Hi there and welcome to my radio show blog. I'm glad you are here and hope you will find something useful.

I'm a 72 year old radio broadcaster who found great peace in his old age in the forgiveness that Jesus Christ offers to sinners. And I enjoy doing radio podcasts that encourage us all to have faith in Jesus and follow Him daily.

If you have not already, I would like to encourage you to trust Jesus Christ to save you. If you have fallen out of fellowship with Him and have been living a sinful life then come back to Jesus right now. If your heart is broken then come to Jesus right now. If you are bound by sinful habits and can't get free then come to Jesus right now and he will deliver you. He has done it for me and I know He will do this for you.

Friday Show Features

Corny Joke Of The Day:

Max the little camel walks into his parents' room at 3 a.m. and asks for a glass of water. "Another one?" says his father. "That's the second glass this month."


Rich's Crazy News Story Of The Day:
An Alabama judge, offended by a 20-year-old defendant's low-slung blue jeans, sent him to jail for three days for contempt of court. The young man was in Autauga County Circuit Court to enter a plea for a charge of receiving stolen property. The judge said "You are in contempt of court because you showed your butt in court."


The Wacky World of Crime With Officer Hancock's police blotter:

Denver police said a woman took off all of her clothing and stood naked in front of a check-in counter at Denver International Airport. Police did not know why the woman took off her clothes. She was taken to a hospital for evaluation.

This is Officer Hancock. Be careful. There are a lot of wackos out there!


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Rich's thought to ponder:
Happiness is a combination of good health and a bad memory.


The latest news from the Hancock News Service - odd news fair and balanced!

Over in the UK, a blind author who didn't realize her pen had run out of ink has been saved after police officers used forensic techniques to recover her words. Trish Vickers was devastated to learn that the first 26 pages of her book were blank. The family took the manuscript to their local police and asked for help. Forensic experts worked in their spare time. After five months of painstaking work the forensic team was able to recover the whole text.