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June 2015
June 22, 2015 - June 26, 2015

This week is ‘Appreciation Week’ on New Day Café!  We’ve set aside a week to give honor to whom honor is due (Romans 13:7).  This week we’ll honor those who give their lives and time in faithful to service to God and people. Our highlights for ‘Appreciation Week’ include ‘Parenting Like A Pro’ with a feature on ‘Discipline,’ Tuesday, Kristie Drake sits down best-selling author Tricia Goyer to discuss her book ‘Teen Mom,’ on Wednesday, Dr. John Trent, President & Founder of Strongfamilies.org and Speaker Valley View Baptist Church & Moody Radio South Marriage Conference coming to Tuscaloosa on August 14-15, and former morning show hosts June Felix on Thursday & Martin Houston on Friday. Also, join us as we honor Moody Radio South Station Manager Rob Moore as he retires after 27 years of faithful service.  Thanks to everyone for listening! Join us at the table for appreciation week! New Day Cafe - Appreciation Week 

Featured: Monday - June 22, 2015, Tuesday - June 23, 2015, Wednesday - June 24, 2015, Thursday - June 25, 2015, Friday - June 26, 2015

June 15, 2015 - June 19, 2015

This week on New Day Café, in time for Father’s Day, we’re honoring ‘Dads.’  We invite you to join as we talk about the importance of Fathers in the family. We’ll also discuss the role of Fathers from a biblical standpoint. Highlights for this week include ‘Prayerful Petitions’ and ‘Parenting Like A Pro’ on Monday, plus an interview with Phil Waldrep, Host of the ‘Gridiron Men’s Conference’ coming to Birmingham, Ala. June 19-20. On Tuesday, we have a feature from ‘The National Center for Fathering,’ on Thursday, Halo Matzelle, author of ‘Halo Finds Hope,’ joins us to discuss her journey of faith after being diagnosed with a brain tumor, and on Friday, we’ll talk with Dr. John Trent, president of StrongFamilies.com and founder of The Institute for the Blessing at Barclay College and co-Author of ‘The Blessing: Giving the Gift of Unconditional Love and Acceptance.' Happy Father’s Day to all our Dads! Join us at the table! New Day Cafe - Dads

Featured: Monday - June 15, 2015, Tuesday - June 16, 2015, Wednesday - June 17, 2015, Thursday - June 18, 2015, Friday - June 19, 2015

June 8, 2015 - June 12, 2015

On this week’s edition of New Day Café, we’re celebrating ‘Great Southern Traditions.’  We’ll delve into the history and origin behind some of the traditions we love best about the South including music, barbecue, and college football.  Join us for ‘Prayerful Petition’ and ‘Parenting Like A Pro on Monday.’  Also on Monday, we’ll speak with Rhett Hobart Mississippi State University’s Director of Marketing. On Tuesday, Dr. Joshua Rothman, UA Professor and Director of The Summersell Center for the Study of the South, visits with us to talk about the ‘History of Barbecue,’ on Wednesday, Gary Epperson of the Singing Echoes will be with us, and on Friday, we’ll have an interview with Stephanie Rogers, Executive Director of the Monroe County Heritage Museum in Monroe County Alabama.  We’ll see you at the table! New Day Cafe - Great Southern Traditions

Featured: Monday - June 8, 2015, Tuesday - June 9, 2015, Wednesday - June 10, 2015, Thursday - June 11, 2015, Friday - June 12, 2015

June 1, 2015 - June 5, 2015

This week on Moody Radio South our focus is ‘Religious Liberty.’ Join as we emphasize the right of Christians to express our faith.  We’ll also talk about some of the specific threats to religious freedom that Christians face in our nation today.  Highlights for the week include ‘Prayerful Petitions’ and ‘Parenting Like A Pro’ on Monday, from Tuesday through Friday we’ll have features on ‘Ministry and The Law’ from Attorney David Gibbs III host of ‘Law Talk Live’ and President of The National Center For Life and Liberty, and David Cortman, senior counsel and vice-president of religious liberty with Alliance Defending Freedom joins us on Friday.  Also, tune in for Thursday’s ‘Seat at the City Gate’ on Women’s Issues.  We’ll see you at the table! New Day Cafe - Religious Liberty

Featured: Monday - June 1, 2015, Tuesday - June 2, 2015, Wednesday - June 3, 2015, Thursday - June 4, 2015, Friday - June 5, 2015

May 2015
May 25, 2015 - May 29, 2015

Summer is a less than a month away!  This week on New Day Café, in addition to celebrating Memorial Day, we’re focusing on activities and events that will help you enhance your summer.  This week’s highlights include ‘A History of Memorial Day’ feature on Monday, on Tuesday, we’ll talk with Allie Sorlie, Education Outreach Coordinator for The Alabama Museum of Natural History, on Wednesday a feature on ‘Vacation Bible School,’ and on Friday, Ryan Simpson of ‘GodFit,’ an organizations designed to help us pursue God through health and fitness, joins us to talk about summer fitness.  Have a safe and happy Memorial Day everyone!  We’ll see you at the table! New Day Cafe - Summer Activities

Featured: Monday - May 25, 2015, Tuesday - May 26, 2015, Wednesday - May 27, 2015, Thursday - May 28, 2015, Friday - May 29, 2015

May 18, 2015 - May 22, 2015

On this week’s edition of New Day Café our focus is ‘This We Believe.’  We’ll talk about the foundations of the Christian faith including The Trinity, doctrine, The Holy Spirit, baptism and more. Highlights for this week include ‘Parenting Like A Pro’ and ‘Prayerful Petitions’ on Monday, John Lennox joins us on Tuesday to talk about tenets of the faith, on Wednesday, we’ll have a teaching from Dr. Kevin Blackwell of Samford University in Birmingham, and on Friday Richard Vice is here to talk about the ‘Christian Creed.’  Join us at the table! New Day Cafe - This We Believe

Featured: Monday - May 18, 2015, Tuesday - May 19, 2015, Wednesday - May 20, 2015, Thursday - May 21, 2015, Friday - May 22, 2015

May 11, 2015 - May 15, 2015

May 11-15 is ‘Military Week’ on this edition of New Day Café.  All weeklong we acknowledge and salute the men and women who sacrifice their lives and their times to keep our nation safe.  Our features for this week include an interview with Attorney David Gibbs III, President of the National Center For Life and Liberty, joins us to talk about Religious Liberty and the upcoming ‘Church Leadership Legal Seminars’ – coming to our area on June 14-15.  Also, on Tuesday, Gil McKee, Pastor of First Baptist Church Tuscaloosa will be with us to talk about FBC’s ‘Religious Liberty Conference,’ on Wednesday and Thursday we’ll talk with one of the Doolittle Raiders, and on Friday don’t miss our ‘Honor Flight Feature,’ where we’ll talk about the many organizations helping veterans to visit the memorials built in the their honor.  Join us at the table! New Day Cafe - Military Armed Forces Week

Featured: Monday - May 11, 2015, Tuesday - May 12, 2015, Wednesday - May 13, 2015, Thursday - May 14, 2015, Friday - May 15, 2015

May 4, 2015 - May 8, 2015

Welcome to this week’s edition of New Day Café. Our theme for this week is ‘Prayer.’ In Luke 18, Jesus teaches us that we should always pray and never give up. Prayer is essential to our Christian walk and this week we’ll discuss the importance of prayer in the life of the believer. Highlight’s for May 4th – 8th include Prayerful Petitions and Parenting Like A Pro on Monday, Mandy Arioto, Director of Marketing and Membership for MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) International, Inc. in Denver, CO. joins us on Tuesday, on Thursday, Seat at the City Gate returns with a feature on ‘Doing Business God’s Way,’ and on Friday, join us for ‘Prayer and the Local Church.’  Join us at the table!  New Day Cafe - Lord, Hear Our Cry - Prayer Focus

Featured: Monday - May 4, 2015, Tuesday - May 5, 2015, Wednesday - May 6, 2015, Thursday - May 7, 2015, Friday - May 8, 2015

April 2015
April 27, 2015 - May 1, 2015

Welcome to another week of New Day Café at Moody Radio South! Our focus for April 27th – May 1st is “Stories of Great Christians.” We’ll talk about Christians who overcame great obstacles in life, those whose great faith still inspires today. Tune in Monday for Prayerful Petitions and Parenting Like a Pro.  Also on Monday, we’ll focus on the life of Sarah Dunn Clark and Tuscaloosa Firefighter Miles Dutton joins us to talk about life four years after the devastating tornado of April 27th. On Tuesday and Wednesday, we’ll sit down with Bennie Crockett of William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Miss., and on Friday, we’ll look into the life of prolific hymn-writer and composer, Fanny Crosby. We’ll see you at the table. New Day Cafe -Stories of Great Christians

Featured: Monday - April 27, 2015, Tuesday - April 28, 2015, Wednesday - April 29, 2015, Thursday - April 30, 2015, Friday - May 1, 2015

April 20, 2015 - April 24, 2015

Many of today’s news reports credit Islam as the fastest growing religion in the world.  As Christians, how much do we really know about Islam?  What is it all about?  What does the Islamic faith teach about Jesus?  In this week’s edition of New Day Café, our focus is ‘Unveiling Islam.’   We’ll highlight some of the differences between Islam and Christianity and discuss the basic tenets of the Islamic faith.  This week’s features include ’ Charles Dyer, Host of ‘The Land and The Book’ with a teaching on ‘Islam Unveiled,’ and Todd Nettleton of Director of Media and Public Relations for The Voice of the Martyrs with a talk on ‘Understanding Islam.  Also, tune in for our regular weekly features including ‘Parenting Like A Pro,’ ‘Prayerful Petitions,’ and ‘A Look at Leadership.’  Join us at the table!  New Day Cafe - Unveiling Islam

Featured: Monday - April 20, 2015, Tuesday - April 21, 2015, Wednesday - April 22, 2015, Thursday - April 23, 2015, Friday - April 24, 2015

April 13, 2015 - April 17, 2015

This week’s New Day Café focus is ‘Misguided Priorities.’ We’ll offer a biblical perspective on how we can properly prioritize work, family, finances, and relationships to name a few.  Join us for this week’s features including our Monday feature with Dr. Javonda Williams, Director of the Bachelor of Social Work Program for University of Alabama, will talk about setting proper priorities for our youth’ on Tuesday, Howard Dayton, Host of ‘Hey Howard’ will discuss priorities in ‘Finances,’ and on Friday, Dr. Kevin Blackwell, Director of the Ministry Training Institute at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala. will talk with us about ‘Misguided Priorities in Marriage.’  Join us at the table!  New Day Cafe - Misguided Priorities

Featured: Monday - April 13, 2015, Tuesday - April 14, 2015, Wednesday - April 15, 2015, Thursday - April 16, 2015, Friday - April 17, 2015

April 6, 2015 - April 10, 2015

March 7th marked the commemoration of Bloody Sunday in Selma, Ala. and in that same year on August 6th 1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law prohibiting racial discrimination in voting. This week on New Day Café, we’ll examine the struggles to date and the progress that’s been made over the last 50 years. Our focus is ‘Fifty Years of the Voting Rights Act; How Far We’ve Come--- Where We Need to Go.’ Guests and Features for this week include Prayerful Petitions and Parenting Like A Pro, an interview on the upcoming ‘Tuscaloosa Bible Reading Marathon,’ Civil Rights Activist John Perkins is with us on Wednesday, and on Friday Jake Jackson talks about the march from Selma to Montgomery. Join us at the table! New Day Cafe - Fifty Years of the Voting Rights Act; How Far We’ve Come--- Where We Need to Go

Featured: Monday - April 6, 2015, Tuesday - April 7, 2015, Wednesday - April 8, 2015, Thursday - April 9, 2015, Friday - April 10, 2015

March 2015
March 30, 2015 - April 3, 2015

"Why do you seek the living One among the dead? He is not here, but He has risen.” – Luke 24:5-6 Happy Easter to everyone!  We hope you’ll join us on New Day Café as we celebrate Christ, the propitiation for our sins – his birth, his death on the cross, and his triumphant resurrection!  All this week we’ll have interviews and features – including April 2nd’s ‘Seat at the City Gate - commemorating ‘The Last Supper’ and The Resurrection.  Also, don't miss our Monday Feature with Griffin Rodgers of the National Institute of Diabetes promoting Diabetes Awareness.  We’ll see you at the table! New Day Cafe - Easter

Featured: Monday - March 31, 2015, April 1, 2015, Wednesday - April 2, 2015, Thursday - April 3, 2015, Friday - April 4, 2015

March 23, 2015 - March 27, 2015

Spring is here!  And this week on Moody Radio South we’re talking about ‘Putting a Spring in Your Step.’  This week we’ll discuss some of the things that can help you maximize springtime!  Highlights for the week include a Monday feature with Neal Hargle with ‘Gardening Tips,’ on Tuesday Laurie Wallin, Author of ‘Get Your Joy Back,’ joins us, on Thursday Greg Rogers will talk with representatives from next month’s ‘West Alabama Leadership Prayer Breakfast’ coming to UA’s Bryant Conference Center on April 15th, and on Friday, Becky Booker of Tuscaloosa Parks and Recreation joins us to talk about Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority’s upcoming spring activities.  Join us at the table!  New Day Cafe - Putting A Spring In Your Step

Featured: Monday - March 23, 2015, Tuesday - March 24, 2015, Wednesday - March 25, 2015, Thursday - March 26, 2015, Friday - March 27, 2015

March 16, 2015 - March 20, 2015

Here at Moody Radio South, Share season is in full swing! Join us this week for Share 2015 as we proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and help believers to grow in the journey with the Lord.  Also, stop by and visit the Moody Radio South studios during Share! Every day this week, Monday through Friday, we’re hosting an Open House from 6 am to 6 pm. Drop in and tour the studios and catch up with your local Moody Radio Team. Thanks to all of our listeners for your faithful support of Moody Radio South! New Day Cafe - Share 2015

Featured: Monday - March 16, 2015, Tuesday - March 17, 2015, Wednesday - March 18, 2015, Thursday - March 19, 2015, Friday - March 20, 2015

March 9, 2015 - March 13, 2015

“Behold I make all things new.” - Revelation 21:5. Spring is rapidly approaching. And this week’s theme, just in time for our Share 2015, is ‘Refresh-Renew.’ We’ll focus on things that refresh and new our physical bodies, our souls, and our spirits. This Week’s guests include, Scott Veigel, Direct Marketing Manager at Moody Radio in Chicago, Ill., joins us to talk about next week’s Share 2015, Pastor J. Clark of Sebastopol Baptist Church, Mississippi joins us with a teaching on ‘Renewal,’and Collin Spradley sits down with us on Thursday to discuss physical renewal through ‘Fitness and Exercise.’ Have a blessed week everyone! And remember to tune in next week, March 16-20 for Share 2015! Join us at the table! New Day Cafe - Refresh-Renew

Featured: Monday - March 9, 2015, Tuesday - March 10, 2015, Wednesday - March 11, 2015, Thursday - March 12, 2015, Friday - March 13, 2015

March 2, 2015 - March 6, 2015

What is leadership? And what makes a good leader? We’ll tackle both of these questions and more on this week’s edition of New Day Café, ‘Learning Leadership.’  Don’t miss this week’s features including Parenting Like A Pro and Prayerful Petitions on Monday and on Friday, Wayne Pederson, Host of ‘Lesson’s for Leaders,’ joins us to talk about qualities of good leadership.  Also, tune in for Thursday’s “Seat at the City Gate’ on ‘Called to Evangelize.’ Join us at the table!  New Day Cafe - Learning Leadership

Featured: Monday - March 2, 2015, Tuesday - March 3, 2015, Wednesday - March 4, 2015, Thursday - March 5, 2015, Friday - March 6, 2015

February 2015
February 23, 2015 - February 27, 2015

This week on New Day Café, our focus is ‘Church DNA.’    We’ll discuss the basic life-sustaining functions of the church including small group ministry, worship, and fellowship among Christians.  Our guests for the week include Jackie Hudgins of Church of the Highlands on the value of small group ministry, Lynn Cowell of Proverbs 31 Ministries is here on Wednesday to talk about ‘Ministering to Girls,’ also on Wednesday Josh Hilliker will be with us for a live feature on ‘Worship,’ and on Friday Justin Martin joins us to talk about ‘Church Planting.’  We’ll see you at the table! New Day Cafe - Church DNA

Featured: Monday - February 23, 2015, Tuesday - February 24, 2015, Wednesday - February 25, 2015, Thursday - February 26, 2015, Friday - February 27, 2015

February 16, 2015 - February 20, 2015

The bible documents the progressive moral and spiritual decline of the nation of Israel as it continuously turned away from The Lord to serve other gods.  In our world today, we face similar issues as our culture moves further and further away from biblical principles.  Join us this week’s on New Day Café for our focus ‘Spiritual Erosion.’  We’ll confront some of the hot button issues facing our nation and we’ll share ways you can protect your faith from spiritual deterioration.  This week’s guests include Mississippi State Representative Tom Miles, Michelle Roberts, Author of ‘Is He Still My Prince,’ and Moody Radio Host and Psychologist Dr. Juli Slattery, Author of ‘Pulling Back the Shades.’  Join us at the table!  New Day Cafe - Spiritual Erosion

Featured: Monday - February 16, 2015, Tuesday - February 17, 2015, Wednesday - February 18, 2015, Thursday - February 19, 2015, Friday - February 20, 2015

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