Let's all say it together: Ah-poker-ah-dokey-ah! (No, that's not how you spell it, that's how you say it.) Now listen to the message from TSA-Eureka with your neck craned forward, your face outstretched to the front, excited and expectant, so you can find out what it means and how knowing something like that could help introduce fresh joy into your life!
This week we call down a little fire on our enemies! Or at least we try to. Turns out God isn't as excited about that kind of thing as we are. Why not? Well... Maybe you'd better listen to this week's message from TSA-Eureka to find out.
I imagine being inside a fish's gut would be like having a hot, wet, smelly tongue wrapped around your entire body and head. I suspect it is not a pleasant experience. There is no hope once those jawas have closed around you. Of course, for Jonah, there had been no hope before.
What can the hopeless do from inside their hopeless situation? Perhaps this week's message from TSA-Eureka can shed a little light on the darkness for you.
Hey, wanna go to a party? It's gonna be AWESOME! I guess there is a prince getting married and the King wants you to come celebrate with him. Yes, YOU! So cool, right?
Check out what it means to come to the party and find out how Roger got thrown out of Disneyland in this classic rebroadcast.
DON'T FORGET! Next week we begin a new journey through the book of Jonah. What's up with this guy and the fish and why is that the part people remember when the REST of the story is SO MUCH COOLER even than that? Jonah: Not A Fish Story begins Sunday, June 11 at TSA-Eureka!
The rabbis said the garlic had seven vital properties - none of which really sound like something a bulbous vegetable from the onion family would be responsible for. And what does that have to do with prayer?
You'll need to listen to find out! Join us for this week's message from TSA-Eureka!
What can we learn about the afterlife from the story about Lazarus and the Rich Man? Why should you scribble out the headers in your Bible? What's with all the questions? Why don't you listen to this week's message and find out? Why am I still typing? Why haven't you clicked away to download and play this episode from Luke 16? And why is a 1917 Agriculture Department poster being used as the cover for this one? Do you want answers? Or do you just wish I'd stop asking questions?