Shaunti Feldhaun joined us this morning to talk about her new book The Life-Ready Woman: Thriving in a Do-It-All World. This book is for every woman that feels like she has to do it all, be it all and have it all. Listen to our conversation:
-Coming up Friday: Our movie guy, Bob, from Focus on the Family has a look at the weekend's new releases at 7:10 AM. We'll share highlights from Winter Jam and talk about Valentine's gifts that don't cost a lot but mean so much.
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-David Crowder joined us this morning. He's at Winter Jam on Thursday night at the James Brown Arena. We talked about his ability (or inability) to play golf, his beard and the story on "Oh, Happiness." Listen to the conversation:
-John and Amy are in the second week of potty training with their 3 year-old, Evan, and so far, he's been without an accident for three whole days. If Evan stays dry for an entire week, he gets to go to the circus when it comes to Augusta next month. They're keeping up with the progress on a handy potty progress chart that you can download here, should you need one too. Listener Kevin shared a great idea for potty training parents. On those days when you want to reward your little one for using the potty, take them to the Dollar Tree and tell them to pick out whatever they want. Kevin says "they're excited for the freedom - you're excited to get change back from $1.10."
-John's been working on his taxes and recommends a great website that allows you to e-file your federal return for free. Also, for those of us who work in one state and live in another, it does a great job figuring both state tax returns. The site is http://www.taxact.com/.
-We gave you another quick and easy recipe this morning during Simple Cooking with John and Cleve. Look for the breakfast casserole in the post below this one. Share your recipes with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we use yours, you'll get a thank-you gift.
Coming up Thursday: We'll talk to best-selling author and speaker Shaunti Feldhaun at 6:10 and 7:40. She has a new book out called The Life-Ready Woman: Thriving in a Do-It-All World.
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1 can crescent rolls
1 roll of mild sausage
1/2 block of cream cheese
2 cups (1 bag) of shredded cheese
Cook sausage in skillet.
Mix cream cheese with sausage in bowl.
Spread one layer of crescent rolls in bottom of 8x8 pan.
Put a layer of cheese on top of the crescent rolls.
Add sausage/cream cheese mixture on top of cheese.
Sprinkle the rest of the cheese on top of the mixture.
Top with another layer of crescent rolls.
Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.
If you need more, double the recipe and use a 9x13 pan.
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-Jennifer Losgar of Evans was inducted into Cleve's Coffee Club this morning. Click here to hear why she needs coffee!
-We're thankful for the return of sunshine today in the CSRA after several days of rain and overcast conditions. A recent poll found that 75% of people say that winter gives them a case of the blues. We talked about ways that you stay happy during the coldest season of the year. Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page. We also talked to some in the 25% who say winter energizes them. Click here to find out why from listener Jennifer.
-Mark Hall of Casting Crowns and Amy Grant are part of an upcoming Veggie Tales worship CD. Read more
-Coming up Wednesday: It's our last Winter Jam Wednesday. David Crowder joins us at 7:10 and you'll have a chance to win his music, along with passes to Winter Jam. Plus, we'll have another quick and easy recipe to share in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve at 8:10.
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-Monday Morning Mindbender
Q: For the first time in its 45 year history, last night's Super Bowl was missing an element that most sports teams consider important. What was missing?
Chase Lord of Grovetown, with the help of his carpool, figured it out on the way to Plant Vogtle in Waynesboro this morning.
printable $.35 coupon (1 print per e-mail address per computer), and if you're able to print two of them, it's like getting two bags of cough drops for $.30 plus tax. If you're a fan of Rite Aid's Video Values program, there's a $.50 coupon available that you can use too.
-Missed a Super Bowl commercial? Watch all of them here. Tell us your favorite on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.
-Super Bowl commercial flashblack: Read what happened after Focus on the Family's ad with the Tebows ran during last year's Super Bowl.
Read about it
-Coming up Tuesday: We'll induct another member into Cleve's Coffee Club at 6:50 AM.
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