Monday, April 25, 2011

400-408 – Dr. James Dobson, host of Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson (, heard weekdays at 10:00am, along with co-hosts Luanne Crane and his son Ryan Dobson – their one-year anniversary is coming up May 3rd.  Doc's latest book is the long-awaited Bringing Up Girls: Practical Advice and Encouragement for Those Shaping the Next Generation of Women.  Shirley is once again the Chairman of the National Day of Prayer coming up the first Thursday of May, May 5th (, with this year's theme "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" – and Joni is the honorary chairperson this year.

• Dr. Dobson will be our special guest-speaker at two upcoming events, both on Thursday, May 26th – first, our Pastor's Luncheon at the Universal Hilton that's free to all church leaders and pastors and their wives, and second, our big listener event that evening at Lake Avenue at 7pm.  They're both free, but you need to pre-register with us at

413-423 – Dr. James Dobson,  How do we address the modesty-in-clothing issue with our daughters, especially when you've got the Bratz dolls and Barbies increasingly looking like pole-dancers, and Abercrombie selling push-up bras for tweens – which, by the way, is getting younger and younger every year.

428-437 – Jeff Myers, will become the new president of Summit Ministries ( in October 2011, replacing the retiring David Noebel after 49 years of wonderful service – their 50th Anniversary is in 2012 – having mobilized over 150,000 students to intentionally move into positions of culture-shaping influence through in-person programs and study.  Jeff was formerly the Chairman of the Board of Summit and the President of Passing the Baton International (, and for the past 20 years, he's been on the front lines of youth leadership development as a college professor, communicator, author and curriculum developer.  He's authored seven books including Handoff, and five video-coaching systems including Understanding the Times, the curriculum that introduced biblical worldview training to Christian schools around the world.  More than two million people have used Jeff's training courses in worldview, leadership and communication.  Summit hosts 2-week conferences throughout the summer around the country, and the cost is just $895 for the entire two weeks – a great insurance policy against the thousands of dollars you'll be paying in college tuition, and a wonderful way to inoculate your kids against the toxic ideas that infect university campuses.

• Jeff and David Noebel are on Family Talk tomorrow with Dr. Dobson at 10am!

443-452 – Jeff Myers,  When and how do we start teaching worldview to our kids?  Is it ever too late to start?  What if we're new believers ourselves, how do we start?

• The Place to Start is "Who is God?"  (See the pdf here.)

• The essential worldview document is the Summit Worldview Chart, get it here (

458-508 – Jeff Myers,

512-523 – Jeff Myers,

528-539 – Hugh Ross, founder and president of Reasons to Believe (, is both an astrophysicist (Ph.D.  Astronomy, University of Toronto, and post-doc research at Cal Tech), and a pastor at Sierra Madre Congregational Church.  The author of over a dozen books, including his latest, now in paperback, Why The Universe Is The Way It Is.  Today, we start by talking about the "God particle," then we take your calls on the Bible and science.


• Fox News (4/25/2011) WH Fails to Release Easter Proclamation.

• Fox News (4/25/2011) Has Quest for the Elusive 'God Particle' Succeeded?

• Fox News (4/22/2011) World's Largest Atom Smasher May Have Detected 'God Particle'.

540 – Paul Karpf, Founder and CEO of Financial Recovery USA (, 800-385-0745), has an "A" rating with the BBB, and is one of just ten companies in America certified by the Attorney General as a "Certified Foreclosure Consultant."  • And if you call before 8pm tonight to schedule a "face to face," Paul will have you meet personally and confidentially with one of his counselors for free – that's a savings of $250!  Offices in Orange and Woodland Hills.

544-554 – Hugh Ross,

558-608 – Hugh Ross,

612-623 – Hugh Ross,

628-639 – Hugh Ross,

644-656 – Hugh Ross,