Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Please pray for our firefighters!  The Station Fire is now at 190 square miles, with 53 homes destroyed, and two firefighters lost, Capt. Ted Hall, 47, of San Bernardino and Arnie Quinones, 35, of Palmdale – whose wife is expecting a child in a few weeks.  3,600 firefighters are battling the blaze along the 50 mile fire line, with full containment expected around Sept. 15.
330-338Jeffrey Blom, Vice President of Investigations at the International Justice Mission (, an agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression by working with local governments to ensure victim rescue, to prosecute perpetrators, and to strengthen the community and civic factors that promote functioning public justice systems.  After many years in law enforcement, Jeffrey joined IJM in 2006, and has traveled extensively in Asia, leading numerous undercover investigations to expose the trafficking and exploitation of children.  And, coming up on Wednesday, November 4th at 6:30pm at the Millennium Biltmore Downtown, IJM is having their Los Angeles Benefit Silent Auction – for info, contact
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428-437Debra Saunders, nationally-syndicated columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle (, on her piece below.
• Debra Saunders (9/1/09) How They Missed Jaycee.
443-452Debra Saunders
458-508A little teaching on Worldview.
512-523A little teaching on Worldview.
528-538Jeff Marx ( became the youngest Pulitzer Prize winner for investigative reporting at the age of 23.  His Season of Life has sold over 300,000 copies, and his latest book is The Long Snapper is now #11 on the New York Times bestseller list.  It tells the story of Brian Kinchen, the 38 year old husband, father of four, and 7th grade Bible teacher whose NFL career had been over for three years when the New England Patriots called on December 15, 2003.  He ended up overcoming his greatest fear and snapped the ball on the historic game-winning field goal with only seconds left in Superbowl XXXVIII, on February 1, 2004 when the Patriots beat the Panthers 32-29.  Adam Vinatieri kicked the 41 yard field goal with :04 seconds to go.
Jeff is co-founder and director of the non-profit Wendy Marx Foundation for Organ Donor Awareness (established in 1990), named for his sister who died, at the age of 36, in 2003, a liver transplant recipient who parlayed her own health challenges into a powerful message of hope for others.
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555[2:00] Let's check in with the "pros" at Applied Financial Planning, "The Money Guys" Robert Micone and Bill O'Connor at 866-SEEK-COUNSEL or  [Questions… 1) " Hey Bill, It's been a year now since most of us took a hit on our investments. Some of us have changed the way we do our investing and are gaining our money back. But some of us haven't. Is it too late to make changes now?"  2) "So what do you advise people to do?"  3) "Do you have information for our listeners?"]  So get independent, unbiased advice on your investments and retirement planning from the "pros" in the investment world in Southern California for decades, "The Money Guys," Robert Micone & Bill O'Connor, at Applied Financial Planning, by calling 866-SEEK-COUNSEL or on the web at
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