The Morning Cruise Replay - Choose Your Chill

Wednesday, September 16, 2020


You might have heard us say that 2020 needs to chill. And one of the ways we are responding is with our Choose Your Chill giveaway that you'll hear about in today's episode of The Morning Cruise Replay. As for the rest of the show, we talked about different ways that people find to chill and some of the effects of those choices. 

Perhaps you like to chill out with a little bit of Country and Christian music. Or maybe you'd like to use your chill time to pray but don't know how or where to start. 

And we're praying for folks along the Gulf coast as Hurricane Sally approaches as well as the folks in California dealing with wildfires. 

Maybe you want to get away from it all. Dave tells us how you might be able to get your hands on a cruise ship! 

If you choose to chill with Netflix and Social media, we recommend you check out The Social Dilemma docudrama as it explores the impact that social media has had on us from those that created it. 

If you're more in the mood to chill with a sweet treat, Dave's got a possible new menu item from Chick-fil-A with some sweet heat, while Carmen's got a couple of recommendations on Keto Ice Cream. 

And as we are seeing a change in listening trends, we thought we'd check in to see who's still chilling at home and who's getting back to the daily grind.

While some in Singapore aren't getting very far with a flight to nowhere that offers a unique way to chill. 

And finally, we're being 'indefatigable' about our reading of The Gospels in September. 

00:32 Reba and Bill

03:46 Country Music teaming up with Christian artists 

06:42 A Prayer How To 

14:39 Storms and Fires 

17:00 Carnival Cruise Ships For Sale 

20:10 Sharathon- Choose Your Chill 

24:45 The Social Dilemma - Part 1

32:21 The Social Dilemma - Part 2

36:41 Chick-fil-A testing new menu item 

39:35 Keto Ice Cream 

44:50 Checking In - 1-10

49:32 Flights To Nowhere 

54:15 Read The Gospels - Mary's Heart 

59:17 Read The Gospels - historical context 

1:03:35 Bill's BIG Word (for the 4th time!) 

 


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