Christian Truth Radio™ – Q 90 FM
You’ve just GOT to visit the new Cup O’ Joy location at 525 N. Taylor Street in Green Bay.
Sat Sept 16 Marty Simpson Comedy 2 shows
Fri Sept 22 Jason Gray
Sat Sept 23 Open Mic
Sat Sept 30 Jenn Bostic
Sat Oct 14 Consumed By Fire
Fri Oct 20 Danen Kane
Sat Oct 21 Arilya Band single release
Fri Oct 27 Open Mic
Fri Nov 3 Side Walk Prophets, Stories & Songs
Fri Nov 17 Taylor Mason Comedy 2 shows
Sat Nov 25 Jean Watson Christmas
Fri Dec 1 Closed
Sat Dec 2 Brandon Heath Benefit Concert
Sat Dec 23 Closed for Christmas
Fri Dec 29 Open Mic
Local Christian entertainment for believers of all ages. Free will offering, no cover charge. Early Bird Passes available for purchase for early entry and other perks, too.
Q90 plays all their hits over the decade and they’re coming to Green Bay LIVE in concert October 26th. Buy your tickets NOW before they’re all gone! Rend Collective! This is a live show you don’t want to miss – another great show from Echo Concerts!
Tickets go on sales for the Green Bay show on September 22! Save the date and link https://bit.ly/487Lk9p
The phrase the whole counsel of God is found in Acts 20:27. In his farewell speech to the elders of the Ephesian church, Paul says, “Therefore I testify to you this day that I am innocent of the blood of all, for I did not shrink from declaring to you the whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:26–27, ESV). Declaring the whole counsel of God is what made Paul “innocent” of anyone’s choice to turn away from the truth. Paul had fulfilled his ministry among the Ephesians.
Paul spent several years in Ephesus prior to this speech. When he first arrived in Ephesus, Paul had found some disciples who had only heard of John the Baptist and did not yet know of the completed ministry of Jesus or the coming of the Holy Spirit. After bringing them up to speed by presenting Jesus to them, Paul baptized them “in the name of the Lord Jesus” (Acts 19:4–5). Paul then spent time teaching in the synagogue and, when he was opposed there, taught at the lecture hall, and “all the Jews and Greeks who lived in the province of Asia heard the word of the Lord” (Acts 19:10). Verse 20 says, “The word of the Lord spread widely and grew in power.” Later, a group of merchants in Ephesus started a riot over the positive impact of the gospel in their city. After the riot ended, Paul said goodbye to the disciples in Ephesus before going to Macedonia. Several months later, on his way to Jerusalem, Paul called the Ephesian elders to Miletus to meet with him. It is here that Paul reminds the Ephesians that he had “not hesitated to proclaim . . . the whole will of God” (Acts 20:27). Read more at GotQuestions.org
Q90 is once again sharing local events in our listening area from non-profit organizations needing to get the word out. It’s good old fashion snail mail (we need to keep records). On your organization’s letterhead, type the bullet points (see image below), mail it in, and we’ll share it throughout the day on our FM signals and online as content/time allows.
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“Where would YOU be today if the one who shared the Gospel with you would have been too afraid to share THEIR faith?”
This is the Gospel (Good News): The Just and loving Creator of the universe has looked upon hopeless sinful people and sent His Son, God in the flesh, to bear His wrath against sin on the cross and to show His power over sin in the resurrection so that all who trust in Him will be reconciled to God forever.
We got free GOOD NEWS cards to pass along. Come by during ministry hours and grab a handful!
Plant the seed, water it and pray!