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Betty Rock is always trying to better herself. That is why when artists come by, we like for them to teach us something interesting or odd.  For this Teachable Moment, the guys in We the Kingdom tried to teach us to beat box, and one of us kind of killed it!  Watch to the end to see if it was Betty or Wally.      

Ordinary Angels is a new faith-based movie staring Hilary Swank and Alan Ritchson. It is based on the true story of a lady named Sharon, a struggling hairdresser in a small town who discovers a renewed sense of purpose when she decides to help Ed, a who is a widower working hard to make ends meet for his two daughters. We loved the movie and asked people to share stories of their real life ordinary…

Photo Op is where Wally makes us send him the last photo we took on our phones and tell him the story behind it. Which photo do you like the best? Gavin: My wife and I recently told my parents that they were going to be grandparents for the first time. We bought them these sweatshirts with their grandparent nicknames on them, and they were ecstatic.   Wally: My wife and I are on a…

Photo Op is where Wally makes us send him the last photo we took on our phones and tell him the story behind it. Which photo do you like the best? I can't believe Pastor Chad, from WayFM, wasted all that time at seminary.  I got ordained in 30 seconds online:)  I was asked by our best friend's daughter to officiate her wedding and this was the only way I could do it.  I am…

Betty Rock has been wanting a Buc-ee's onesie just as much as the kid from the "Christmas Shoes" wanted slippers for his mom.  She wanted it so badly, that she even threatened to help me see Jesus if I did not get it for her. So, here is a Christmas song that tells the story exactly as it happened. And if you have never seen it here is, "The Christmas Shoes," the song that started…

'Twas the Night Before Christmas is a classic poem that most of us know almost by heart but, for Millennials and Gen Zers, some of the references might seem antiquated.  So, Wally rewrote the classic poem to make it more accessible and not "triggering" to our younger generation.