Are we too comfortable with God?

(Oct. 13, 2018) -- In the Old Testament, the process people had to go through to atone for their own sins was pretty remarkable considering all the burnt offerings, grain offerings, fellowship offerings, sin offerings, guilt offerings, wave offerings, food offerings, and drink offerings. Compared to Old Testament reverence, today we worship our work, work at our play, and play at our worship.

Podcast 204 looks at open house, RVing in New England

(Oct. 11, 2018) -- Bob Zagami, executive director of the New England RV Dealers Association, and John DiPietro, a videographer with RVing in New England, attended the event and are this week’s guests to discuss their impressions with the open house. They also talk about their hit video show on Facebook called RVing in New England, which focuses on the RV lifestyle in that part of the country.

Have you heard of, met or do you truly know Jesus?

(Oct. 6, 2018) -- It is a decision you alone must make. Even if you scoffed at Jesus (like I did), made fun of Christians (like I did), and ran away from his church (like I did), he still wants a relationship with you. He’ll forgive you of those mistakes because Jesus knows that if you spend time with him, you’ll come to know the real Jesus and to genuinely love him.

Stella Mare RV Resort featured on podcast 203

(Oct. 4, 2018) -- Cindy Harter is the general manager of Stella Mare RV Resort, which is located in Galveston, Texas. Stella Mare caters primarily to families during the spring and summer months, then shifts gears in the fall and winter to welcome snowbirds. She’ll describe some of the challenges and opportunities working with each group brings.

A revolutionary failure

(Sept. 29, 2018) -- Human relationships are difficult, and they are messy. They always have been and likely always will be. It is because of sin and the problem has been around since the beginning of time. America thought it had the answer in the 1960s. But, a crazy thing happened on the way home from the Sexual Revolution.

Podcast 202 looks at branding with Tom McManimon

(Sept. 27, 2018) -- This week’s podcast guest is Tom McManimon, the president of StimulusBrand Communications, and the author of two books: The Stuff That Sticks and The Position Player. He talks about avoiding brand confusion, especially on social media. He also suggests when companies should look at rebranding and the best time to take that type of action.

Podcast 201 addresses campground guides with AGS

(Sept, 29, 2018) -- Brian Schaeffer describes why it is so important for campgrounds to convey a professional image and how the companies can utilize relationships with other local firms to provide guests with the information they want when they arrive in the area. He will explain why the idea that print is dead doesn’t apply to campgrounds once people arrive in the local area looking for things to do and places to eat.

Podcast 200 focuses on the new RV Training Academy

(Sept. 13, 2018) -- erry and Evada Cooper are joined by Steve and Kathy Jo Anderson to describe their vision for the training center and what they hope to offer to the RV industry and RV owners. We’ll talk about the various components of the training curriculum and the types of course offerings that will be available for professional technicians and amateur RV owners alike.