On this Thank God it's Friday edition of Live From Seattle we talked about Kelly Clarkson new show being in the Google Trends this week. We discussed the Lightening storm at the Husky game in our Sports Time Out, and the news surrounding the rape allegation that was brought against Antonio Brown. Also, we tied in some weird news, which included a 74 year having twins.
We did a special on 9/11 today. People who are just entering college were born after 9/11 happened and do not understand what an impact it had on our society. But it is very important that we never forget that it happened and lives that were lost because of that tragedy.
With suicides on the rise Michelle discussed with her guests why the numbers are so high. Also our guests told us what some of the warning signs are, and furthermore how we can help someone who is thinking about suicide.
Michelle Discussed Generation Z on today's show. Which, is the next group of adults coming into the work force, and how they need the gospel because they are the loneliest and most depressed generation of our time.
We had a big response to our "isms" show on Monday so Michelle took an in depth look into how all the "isms" our affecting our society, and how we can better understand what some of these "isms" really mean.
With Storm Area 51 all over the news and social media Michelle decided to talk about aliens, and the question do you think aliens are real? She also had on Hugh Ross from Reasons to Believe to discuss aliens from a religious perspective.
Thank God it's Friday-On today's show Michelle had Michael Tate from the Christian band News Boys on the first segment. Michael was talking about his connection to God and music, and he also sang a song to Michelle at the end of the segment. throughout the rest of the show she talked about the top google trends of the week, of course she had her sports time out, she discussed movies, and last she had a little weird news.
This Thursday we did something a little different. We talked about how people came in the hundreds to donate blood, water, pizza, and random acts of kindness in the after math of the El Paso shooting. We also discussed the science behind being kind to other people and how it not only benefits the people being helped but it also benefits the health of the person who is being kind.
Joel Vanderspek from Christian Solidarity International came on today's show to bring awareness to people being brutally enslaved because they are Christian in South Sudanese. If you want to help call 800-222-5909.