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Ed Boston has broadcast over 1,200 shows here on Blog Talk Radio. As we relaunch we want to address how we can still be Doing The Right Thing in our every day lives.

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http://www.mightyoaksprograms.org/chad_robichaux_bcpc Chad Robichaux leads Serving California's Might Oaks Warrior program – which treats soldiers, vets and their families who are suffering from PTSD. Chad served 8 tours in... more

Today's sermon is titled Forgiveness and is taken from the text in John 21: 15 - 25. Music for today is Christmas music from Jackie Evancho. Jackie both opens and closes to show with her beautiful voice and wonderful Christmas music.

The topic of the night was ADVENT. Yes we looked at the words associated with this time: Hope, Love, Joy and Peace, but more importantly we talked about those words and the anticipation of the 2nd coming of our Savior. Scripture included... more

Christmas music from the Smalltown Poets and the sermon is titled For God So Loved The World. The text is John 3: 16 and 17.

Ed Boston's weekly podcast looking at what's going on in the world around us. As always, Ed will be looking at the subjects from his own unique Christian perspective.

Chris Tomlin will open the show followed by a sermon titled The Lost Sheep Around The World. The program finishes with The Smalltown Poets new version of Joy to the World.

With the holiday season just around the corner, Smalltown Poets is honored to release their second Christmas album, ?Christmas Time Again?, on November 25. On the heels of the release, Smalltown Poets will perform a short run of... more

As the verdict has just been announced in the case of the shooting death of a Ferguson teenager, prayer for peace and healing is needed. That's what I will be doing.

EdBoston.com brings you an online church service. This week, the sermon is Let Us Pray - First. Music is from The Newsboys and Casting Crowns. Join us and praise and worship the Lord.

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