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When the Ship is Out of Control - #2644
Something in your life that is stressful, maybe in trouble, something that is getting out of control and that could even go aground. This is no time for panic, this is a time for right priorities. Protect the people from getting hurt. What happens to the ship is not nearly as important as what happens to the people.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Checking Out a Man - #8224 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and in sports, in relationships, in business, in stressful moments, there’s a way that a guy proves he’s a man.

Garbage Where it Doesn't Belong - #5818
Bring your complaints straight to God. First, He's not going to be hurt by them. He's not going to be poisoned by them like the people around you will. Secondly, He can do something about your complaints much more than the people around you can do.

The Most Off-Key Chorus Of All - #5718
He wants to help you and me handle the moments when we just want to think about ourselves. It's at those times when I'm really tired, when I'm really stressed, when I'm really not feeling good, that I have to reach beyond my feelings and say, "Dear Lord, give me the grace to still think about others when I feel like just thinking about me."

Quiet in the Bible: Psalm 131:1-3
In this passage, the psalmist describes God "quieting" his soul--putting his worries to rest and granting him inner peace. God's power to relieve our worries is often mentioned in the Bible.

Stress in the Bible: Matthew 6:27
We've all experienced stress and worry, and sometimes it feels utterly crippling. Jesus invites us to look at our worries from a different perspective. What tangible good will come of stress and worry? If our worry isn't helping to solve our problem, perhaps it's time to let it go.

The Kingdom in the Bible: Matthew 6:25-34
How much time do we spend each day worrying? Food, shelter, jobs, relationships... these things are important, and it's natural to worry about how we'll find or keep them. But this passage reminds us that these worries simply pale before the importance of Christ--and that if we focus on Him instead of on our mundane daily worries, we'll find that God actually provides all of those things too.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Resting Comfortably In the Chaos - #8216 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
Well, with my mouth near his ear, I just started singing a soft little tune that I’ve sung to my children, and now to my grandchildren. Our little guy just totally relaxed and he fell asleep in the middle of it in spite of all the craziness going on around him. ... I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and in that tender moment, something hit me. “This is you, Ron, in the arms of your Heavenly Father.”

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The Middle East Minefield - #8209 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and the focus of the news will shift every day to the hot-spot du jour. But the spotlight of God, the Lord of history, is always focused on the Middle East. It's where God planted the people He chose.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Obama, Lincoln, and God - #9189 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
It’s a very small club–only 43 times has a man become the President of the United States…and now 44. No matter their political differences, there’s a strange bond between these men who have borne these unique burdens. And there’s one President whose life many of them turn to for guidance, including President Obama. That man is, of course, Abraham Lincoln. We all have a lot to learn from him.