-Bob Waliszewski, our movie guy from Focus On the Family, joined us for his weekly movie reviews. There's nothing new suitable for families this weekend, but Bob suggests Soul Surfer, Thor, Prom and Hoodwinked Too as possible options. Read full reviews of all movies at http://www.pluggedin.com/.
-Columbia County is hosting a fun family event on Saturday called Art in the Park. 88.3 WAFJ's David Perry will be there from 10 am to 12 noon. Read more
-You can help Augusta's Golden Harvest Food Bank by leaving canned goods at your mailbox on Saturday for the USPS Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
-Coming up Monday: Listen for your chance to win Augusta Greenjackets tickets with the Monday Morning Mindbender at 6:10 and the Cheapie of the Week at 7:40. Also, we'll talk about those times when you should've read the directions at 7:10.
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http://www.homeworksofamerica.org/. Listen to our conversation: Part 1 Part 2
-TV meteorologist Jack Church was fired from his job at a California station after objecting to news content that conflicted with his Christian values. (read more) We talked about times when you've had to make a tough decision and take a stand for your faith. You can join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.
-Coming up Friday: Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family tells us what may be of interest to families at the theater this weekend.
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-Mike Padgett Highway in Augusta has become a deadly highway with four fatalities in the last month. Police say it is because of impatient drivers. Read more
-John has made a lot of progess on tiling the floor in one of his bathrooms. Thanks to actually reading the instructions, he was able to install a new toilet without any problems. The highlight was Evan, his three-year old, wanting to test out the new potty. He climbed up on it and told Amy that "This new potty sure is comfortable, Momma. Let's just sit and talk. I could just sit here and talk all day." Where's the tape recorder when you need it? :)
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-Hope Cason shared her quick and easy recipe for a Taco Ring this morning in Simple Cooking. You can get the recipe from the post below this one. Click here to hear Hope talk about the recipe.
-Pete can't believe what he's seeing on the TLC show Extreme Couponing. Listen
-Jars of Clay is celebrating a milestone that has nothing to do with their music career. Read more
-Coming up on Thursday: Jeff Bair from Home Works will join us at 6:10 to talk about a family service project next month in Aiken. Also, we'll talk about a TV weatherman who was fired for taking a Christian stance. How far will you go to defend your faith? Plus, don't miss your chance to win a family-four pack of tickets to see Michael W. Smith on Friday in Aiken.
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1 lb ground beef or turkey (browned and drained)
Add taco seasoning mix according to package directions.
2 packages of crescent rolls arrange on a round baking sheet in a star shape overlapping slightly with smaller end in center of sheet.
Take taco meet and add to crescent rolls (about 1 tbs per crescent roll and wrap each inward to cover mixture) bake according to crescent package directions.
While baking is taking place prepare lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream, and picante sauce as you would for tacos.
When ring comes out of oven let set for 5 minutes then cut and serve after topping. This is very good and a deviation from the same old taco.
Submitted by Hope Cason of Augusta. If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, send it to email@example.com and include a daytime phone number. You'll receive a thank-you gift if we use your recipe.
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Word of Promise Audio Bible. This is a neat way to enjoy God's word and feel like you're actually there in the story. Hundreds of professional actors and actresses are part of narrating the Bible in a way you've probably never heard.
-Blair Davis of Jackson is the newest member of Cleve's Coffee Club. Click here to hear his coffee story and the question that Cleve can't believe John asked him.
perfect attendance record from K5-12th grade. He is so conscientious in his studies that he doesn't want to miss one day. This led us into a conversation about young people you know who are setting a good example for others to follow. Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.
-Coming up Wednesday: Caleb from Anthem Lights joins us at 7:40, and you'll have a chance to win their debut CD. At 8:10, Hope Cason shares her Taco Ring recipe in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve. Also, don't miss another chance to win a family four-pack of tickets to the Michael W. Smith concert in Aiken on Friday.
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