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A show to engage, encourage & equip men to ask tough questions of themselves, and to live out their destiny as men, by God’s design. Saturdays at 10am on 94.7FM the Spirit, Louisville, KY, with Kurt Sauder and Chad Russell
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There are 8 billion people in the world. About 350,000 of them are Messianic Jews, Jewish people who believe that Jesus is the Messiah that was prophesied about in the Old Testament. On this weeks show, Kurt and Chad are joined by Jewish believer Rachel Kushner, founder of Links to Messiah https://linkstomessiah.com , a ministry that helps parents …
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“He was better than us at everything.” “If he’s around, everything is going to be OK.”- Jason Deming, Green Beret, United States Army, speaking about Pedro Muñoz. “I don’t get ready, I stay ready.”- Pedro Muñoz, Sergeant First Class, Green Beret, United States ArmySo imagine this: you’re in the 82nd airborne, you’re a Green Beret, you are a future …
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“Honor begins immediately.” - Eric Johnson, retired police Sergeant from Louisville, Metro Police and Executive Director of Supporting Heroes. https://supportingheroes.org Imagine waking up and going to work, knowing that you may not come home that day because you die as a result of what you do for a living. The men and women who serve in our commu…
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Like father, like son. Imagine you’re a 5 year old boy and your mother is being beaten by her boyfriend. You are helpless and scared. Someone needs to come and help. Suddenly there’s a knock on the door. There’s a man in uniform, gun on his hip, who is here to take away the man who is hurting your mom. This is the moment you know what you want to b…
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This week’s guest is former sportscaster Garry Gupton. At one time he had what most men would consider a dream job - covering local and national sports on a popular TV station. But as he explains to Kurt and Chad, "I didn't have my dream job - my dream job had me." In what seemed like the worst day of his professional career, Garry was asked to lea…
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This week’s guest is former sportscaster Garry Gupton. At one time he had what most men would consider a dream job - covering local and national sports on a popular TV station. But as he explains to Kurt and Chad, "I didn't have my dream job - my dream job had me." In what seemed like the worst day of his professional career, Garry was asked to lea…
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This week’s radio show is about honoring and valuing our seniors. Our guests are Murphy Belding, who ministers to the over 65, and Larry Garwood, a senior who ministers to his contemporaries. They talk with Kurt and Chad about the challenges facing our seniors, as well as ways we can engage and encourage them. Listen now and learn some simple ways …
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This week’s radio show is about honoring and valuing our seniors. Our guests are Murphy Belding, who ministers to the over 65, and Larry Garwood, a senior who ministers to his contemporaries. They talk with Kurt and Chad about the challenges facing our seniors, as well as ways we can engage and encourage them. Listen now and learn some simple ways …
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This week Kurt and Chad talk with two professional athletes about their careers in sports. Amos Martin played in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings (he has three Super Bowl rings to show for it!) and Ted Schulz played golf on the PGA tour, where he won several tournaments. Both men are University of Louisville Hall of Famers. They have great stories…
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This week Kurt and Chad talk with two professional athletes about their careers in sports. Amos Martin played in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings (he has three Super Bowl rings to show for it!) and Ted Schulz played golf on the PGA tour, where he won several tournaments. Both men are University of Louisville Hall of Famers. They have great stories…
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On this week’s show Kent Evans of Manhood Journey returns to talk with Chad and Kurt about discipling our children. Do you feel inadequate in this area? You are. But God is not. Listen now to learn how you can lead your children to Christ, even if your own father did not model that for you. (This is a repeat episode - enjoy!)…
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For Soundcloud use https://soundcloud.com/solidstepsradio/sets/solid-steps-radio-10-29-16 On this week’s show Kent Evans of Manhood Journey returns to talk with Chad and Kurt about discipling our children. Do you feel inadequate in this area? You are. But God is not. Listen now to learn how you can lead your children to Christ, even if your own fat…
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She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children arise and call her blessed;” Proverbs 31:27-28 NIV “It’s not easy being a mother. If it were easy, fathers would do it.” —Dorothy on The Golden Girls. Mother’s Day. It’s a day where mothers receive 1/365th of the attention they deserve each year. Moth…
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The Kentucky Derby is known as “the greatest two minutes in sports.” The Derby is the oldest American sporting event. Every year the city of Louisville, Kentucky celebrates for two weeks in preparation for a two minute horse race. Is the build up worth it? If you've ever been to the Kentucky Derby, you’d have to say it is. And the majority of the t…
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Warning: This episode is rated PG. Dave Harris of Download Youth Ministries is this week’s guest. Dave talks with Chad and Kurt about ways keep your children safe in the sometimes dangerous world of technology. God has called fathers to be the protectors of our families. Listen now to learn how to help your children navigate these sometimes treache…
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Warning: This episode is rated PG. Dave Harris of Download Youth Ministries is this week’s guest. Dave talks with Chad and Kurt about ways keep your children safe in the sometimes dangerous world of technology. God has called fathers to be the protectors of our families. Listen now to learn how to help your children navigate these sometimes treache…
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This week Kurt and Chad sit down with NFL Pro Bowler Eric Wood to talk about faith, family and football. Listen as Eric describes how his high school and U of L football experiences led to his being a first-round draft pick for the Buffalo Bills. Eric lost a brother due to complications of severe cerebral palsy, so he recently established the Eric …
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This week Kurt and Chad sit down with NFL Pro Bowler Eric Wood to talk about faith, family and football. Listen as Eric describes how his high school and U of L football experiences led to his being a first-round draft pick for the Buffalo Bills. Eric lost a brother due to complications of severe cerebral palsy, so he recently established the Eric …
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This week’s program is about attaining wisdom. Chad and Kurt ask Barney Long, Robbie Brown, and Gary Bernard to share what they’ve learned in their combined 228 years of living. Find out what they have to say about success, regrets, faithfulness, and marriage. The Bible says, “How much better to get wisdom than gold…” (Proverbs 16:16 NIV) This is a…
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This week’s program is about attaining wisdom. Chad and Kurt ask Barney Long, Robbie Brown, and Gary Bernard to share what they’ve learned in their combined 228 years of living. Find out what they have to say about success, regrets, faithfulness, and marriage. The Bible says, “How much better to get wisdom than gold…” (Proverbs 16:16 NIV) This is a…
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“Jesus is in your heart, but your grandpa is in your bones.” Generational sin. Two words that can stir up some confusion and religious anxiety. It justifies the question: “Am I being punished for the sins of my parents?” On this weeks show, Kurt and Chad welcome certified counselor, Nick Buda, to talk about his personal journey and also what genera…
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Easter is the celebration of Jesus walking out of the grave. But before He could defeat death and sin, he had to die himself. It wasn’t fast and painless. On this week’s show, physiology professor Dr Gary Anderson, talks about the aspects of Jesus’s death on the cross - the death that is still impacting people today. (This is a repeat episode - enj…
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CHOOSE A LINK TO LISTEN to the Solid Steps Radio podcast for March 22, 2024. For iTunes use https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/solid-steps-radio/id1086366166?mt=2 For Soundcloud use“We’re listening to ourselves too much, and not speaking over ourselves enough.”- Tony Gore. What questions are you asking yourself? Are there questions you’ve been ask…
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Dave Stone, former Senior Pastor of Southeast Christian Church, talks with Chad and Kurt about one of his favorite subjects - parenting. Dave has written three books on the subject. He explains that a Dad’s role in the family is crucial in raising Godly children, but don’t let that overwhelm you. In Dave’s words - “God is more interested in your di…
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Dave Stone, former Senior Pastor of Southeast Christian Church, talks with Chad and Kurt about one of his favorite subjects - parenting. Dave has written three books on the subject. He explains that a Dad’s role in the family is crucial in raising Godly children, but don’t let that overwhelm you. In Dave’s words - “God is more interested in your di…
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S@x trafficking. What comes to mind when you see those words? Across the world, in a dark place, on another continent? Women who are “working the streets”? All the above are true, but also in our own backyard, s@x trafficking is a a reality, in our own schools and communities here in Louisville and across the country. On this weeks show, Kurt and C…
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Growing up as a pastors kid, Brandon Gatson had plans of being a pro basketball player and geared his life around that dream. But by God’s intervention, he went from basketball to Bible study, from pleasure to purpose. At a conference, Brandon and his wife August looked around the room and noticed a lack of diversity. From that, the School of Refor…
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Mental health - two words that typically bring a stereotype image to people’s minds. Maybe the person who is wandering on the street, the relative who acts erratic, or a violent person hurting innocent people. But what about the outburst of anger that you didn’t see coming? Or not being able to get out of bed for work? When invited to do something …
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“Do you think about what you think about?”- Darryll Davis, Executive Director of The Prisoner’s Hope. https://theprisonershope.lifeOn the 2nd part of a two week series on the internal dialogue and narrative, Kurt and Chad welcome back the president of The Prisoner’s Hope, Darryll Davis, as he speaks about the effect of trauma and wounds in a man’s …
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“Some people set up camp, and die there.”- Darryll Davis, Executive Director of The Prisoner’s Hope. What does the conversation in your head sound like? Where do you fit in the story of your life? On this weeks show, Kurt and Chad welcome the president of The Prisoner’s Hope. www.theprisonershope.life Darryll Davis speaks about the effect of trauma…
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1000 adult movies. If someone had watched that many adult films, you would probably be concerned for them and put them in the category of an addict. But what would you call the one who has acted in that many movies? On this weeks show, former adult film actor Joshua Broome tells of his journey from being raised by a single Mom in South Carolina to …
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“Therefore, go make disciples of all nations….”- Jesus The short-term-mission movement began in the 1960s and grew dramatically through the 1980s and 1990s. Today it draws upwards of 2 million participants each year from America alone.”- from an article on Shortermmissions.com Are they worth it? On a show that aired the week of August 19-21, 2022, …
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“I am self sufficient.” That is a lie that many a men (and women) have believed for generations. “I can do it without any help, and do what I want to do.” God has called us to live dependent and surrendered lives to him. For some, it is an eye opening moment, to others it is a slow fade for the realization of that truth. On this week’s show, Gus Ca…
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How exactly did an average Joe turn a bankrupt company into a 30-branch business that earns over $300 million in revenue and gives 10 percent of its profits to ministries across the world? John Wieland has asked himself that question hundreds of times—and in the end, he wrote a book to figure it out. His conclusion? Success is an intricate and beau…
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“The Lord is in the details.”-David Laughlin $80. That’s how much David needed, to the dollar, in order to make some movement in his personal word. They took up a collection for him at a tiny church, and how much do you think they came up with, to the dollar? On this week show friends David Laughlin and Amos Martin talk about their journey of gener…
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“The average age of a young woman that is recruited into sex trafficking is 11-13.” - Jeanne Allert. Jeanne Allert has been an English teacher, instructional designer, technology director, and Internet consultant. But a conversation with 19 year old Heather on Payson Street in downtown Baltimore, changed the trajectory of Jeanne’s life, and eventua…
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“Growing up, no one was allowed to talk at the dinner table except dad.” Dan Woodard was raised with six unspoken rules: don’t talk, don’t feel, don’t trust, don’t think, don’t choose, and don’t change. These rules guided his life from boyhood till early in his marriage. When he finally dared to break these rules, it disrupted his status quo but ul…
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“Suicide is a disease for which prevention is the only acceptable treatment.”- Dr. Matthew Sleeth author of Hope Always: How To Be A Force For Life In A Culture Of Suicide. Suicide. It’s a cold, frustrating and gross word. When you hear it, someone comes to mind, someone personal. 130 people everyday will take their own life in America. About 5 an …
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From prison to PHD. One mans journey from lowest of lows that include drinking in middle school, drug addiction, drug smuggling, 30 year prison sentence and a miracle release after 7 days (a judge erases Victor sentence for no reason other than Gods conviction to do so) to a path God has called him as a pastor and a professor, Victor Vinson tells h…
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Thanksgiving is associated with a specific day in a specific month. Can’t you have Thanksgiving all year long? On this week’s show, Chad and Kurt welcome Pastors Bob Russell and Matthew Sleeth into the studio to talk about living a life of thankfulness. There is a connection between cynicism and ungratefulness. Complaining can kill any chance of ha…
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Thanksgiving is associated with a specific day in a specific month. Can’t you have Thanksgiving all year long? On this week’s show, Chad and Kurt welcome Pastors Bob Russell and Matthew Sleeth into the studio to talk about living a life of thankfulness. There is a connection between cynicism and ungratefulness. Complaining can kill any chance of ha…
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"The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.”-GK Chesterton Most 16 year olds these days are thinking about getting a drivers license. On this weeks show, we met a man who signed up to go to off to fight in WWII when he was 16. On a special Veterans Day show, Kurt and Chad talk to 3…
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“Train how you fight and fight like you train” - Robert McKenzie, Major Battalion Executive Officer, United States Army, retired. “More you sweat the less you bleed.” “You don’t rise to the occasion, you sink to the level of training.”- Jason Deming, 3rd generation Silver Star recipient as a Green Beret in the United States Army. Normandy Beach. Vi…
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“God created government, man created politics…Government role is to protect people from evil and those who won’t govern themselves…if you’re not doing politics, politics is going to be doing something to you.” - John Hodgson, Kentucky State Representative District 36 (Eastern Jefferson County) Religion and politics. Two things that we’ve been told,…
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“I never quit.”-Robert McKenzieBorn to birth parents who put you up for adoption, in foster care for over a year, and you’re adopted family, after one year, your adopted mother leaves you to be raised by an alcoholic father and a grandmother. Not the start to one’s life that would lead you to believe success is in your future, but God… On this week…
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“Against all hope, Abraham in hope believed and so became the father of many nations, just as it had been said to him, ‘So shall your offspring be’.”(Romans 4:18) On this week’s show, Dr. Eric Schansberg continues his walk through Genesis as he covers the life of Abraham, revered for his faith, but also known for his faults. What can we learn from …
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“God created government, man created politics…Government role is to protect people from evil and those who won’t govern themselves…if you’re not doing politics, politics is going to be doing something to you.” - John Hodgson, Kentucky State Representative District 36 (Eastern Jefferson County) Religion and politics. Two things that we’ve been told,…
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“Fortnite keeps me in business.”- Brent Colwick, Child Therapist. When past generations hung out with friends (as children), the worst they would see was an R rated movie on late night cable. Or they might find a magazine hidden away in a closet. Things have changed for today’s generation. They have access to the some of the most addictive and mind…
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