How we talk has an effect on how we relate to each other. Sometimes we give away where we’re from in how we speak, an accent. So the question is, is it mocking or endearing when we try to talk like someone from a different region?
We’re learning it probably depends on the individual who is doing the imitating and their relationship to the person they are imitating. If you know the person well, they would know your intent. If endearing is your goal, make sure you know your audience. If it is endearing, it can be a celebration of where you are from.
Angie and her husband just went to court to cancel their divorce! They are thankful to God and for the support of Family Life Radio. She says it was there to remind her of God’s grace. She also called the prayer hotline.
Now, they’re getting marriage counseling. She says through prayer and communication, it is possible. She and her husband are taking things one step at a time. She’s appreciative that Family Life Radio was there for her when she was in the “bottom of the pit”. She’s thankful to the people who support the radio station that made her story possible.
We’re celebrating with Angie! Congrats!
Research says if you stand and look in the mirror for 10 minutes at a time. It can ruin your self esteem. It’s because the longer you look, the more flaws you pick out. The good news is we don’t have to believe the lies of the devil. We can be encouraged by knowing that we are created in the image of God. It says so in Genesis 1:27, So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
We can also look forward to our heavenly bodies, we’ll have a renewed, glorified body.
Hi, I’m Mike Kankelfritz. I’m the new guy. I’ve been asking for the Lord’s help with pushing the right buttons at the right time here in the studio. I feel privileged to be a part of this ministry that began in 1966. I’m excited I get to work with Dr. Randy.
My wife Becky and I are celebrating 20 years of marriage this year! We’ve got two kids. Abby Grace is 14. She has some special needs. We also have an 8 year old son named Sam. He is Mr. Personality! I look forward to sharing life with you as we get to know one another.