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Listeners on Guam can hear these devotionals at 1:15 am, 10:15 am, and 8:15 pm every day on 88.1 FM. Live streaming around the globe is also available on khmg.org.
Transcripts and original Guam images included
In Acts 8:35, Philip opened his mouth to preach the gospel. This audio devotional focuses on this passage and our responsibility to do the same.
This audio devotional is about the unexpected benefits of persecution. It is from Acts 8:3-4, regarding Saul; he made havock of the church.
"Ye have been now" is an audio devotional from Acts 7:52. It is about a portion of Stephen's sermon that is particularly direct and forceful.
Stephen spoke with a wisdom and a spirit that his listeners were not able to resist. This audio devotional from Acts 6:10 further examines these ideas.
This is an audio devotional from Acts 6:2, which discusses the primary responsibilities of deacons, chief among them to, as this passage says, "serve tables."
This "Filled Jerusalem" audio devotional is written based on Acts 5:28. It longs for a time when our own home-towns are filled with the doctrine of the Bible.
"More than unto God" is an audio devotional focused on Acts 4:19. It is based on an episode in the lives of Peter and John - and how they handled it.
Peter tried the direct approach in Acts 3:14-15. This audio devotional called "Ye denied the Holy One" examines that approach and its benefits.
This audio devotional from Acts 3:5-6 is called "Such as I have." It records a healing encounter with a beggar and the Apostle Peter.