Each New Year we hit the reset button as a culture and consider again who we’ve been, who we are, and who we’d like to be in the next year.
Happy New Year! Here at Real FM, we're celebrating the calendar flipping over to 2022 in the only way we know how: with some certified bangers! We've got a great selection of Real FM Fresh Finds for you this week. Here's our five newest tracks that you absolutely need to hear.
Each January we get an opportunity to reset our lives. I can’t help but think of the reset button on my original Nintendo back in the day. I would press that reset button so much to try to get those game cartridges to work properly.
There are lingering concerns about Covid to be sure, but it also seems like we are emerging from the pandemic and at least some of the fallout—like a bear might emerge from its hibernation. We’re entering the winter season on the one hand, and yet on the other hand we are emerging from the winter that was Covid.
Hey there, it's Isaac from Middays. I've got some free concert tickets to give away! Needtobreathe and Switchfoot are coming to the AMP on October 19th. I KNOW. I want you to be there. So quick, before they shut me down, here's how you get entered to win.
Justin, Staff Chaplain at Real FM, offers some insight on the powerful but simple act of hospitality, and Jesus' invitation to all of us to better love our neighbors.
Last week, Hurricane Ida made landfall on the Louisiana coast as a massive Category 4 storm and caused immense destruction as it came ashore. Thousands of people along the Gulf Coast have had their lives turned upside down because of the storm.
Justin, Staff Chaplain for Real FM, is back with another idea for loving our neighbors this week: through simple acts of serving. Join us this week in seeking out opportunities to serve your neighbor.
Continuing our series on learning the art of neighboring, Justin, Staff Chaplain at Real FM, shares a story about Tom. Tom reminded Justin how impactful words can be.
Justin, staff chaplain at Real FM, shares an encounter at a coffee shop that reminded him of how important knowing your neighbor's name can be.