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Stephen Flurry
May 7 • Trumpet Daily Radio Show
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Executive Editor
Stephen Flurry
May 7 • Trumpet Daily Radio Show
We Have Good News!
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“Your program Friday on the homeless in Seattle was one of my favorite Trumpet Dailys! You mentioned about how the people living there suffer the most with high crime, drugs , & death. The other cities that are suffering also are San Francisco, L.A. and here in Philadelphia! These are dark times in America. After your program Friday, I watched the YouTube video “Seattle is dying.” Hard to believe this is America.”
Philadelphia
“Listening to just how bad it is in Seattle it seems all too familiar in Canada since we have legalized marijuana. My father and I were walking out of our local mall and there was a sign that said no smoking then one below that that said no vaping and the newest one says no smoking marijuana. We could only think about how sad it is that we need those signs because we know God doesn’t approve any of it and now our local mayor and premiere are trying to build what are called safe injection sites where people addicted to drugs can go and have a doctor or nurse help them to take those drugs ‘safely.’ It’s sad to see the way we are destroying ourselves.”
Canada
– “What a program, how very sad. I am from the Seattle area, and moved to Oklahoma about six years ago. I frequently tell people Seattle is my favorite big city, how gorgeous it is on a sunny day (which is rare, I know:) and the character of that city that I grew up around. How wonderful it was to go to the Pike Place Market and watch the Salmon throwing! and then enjoy the sunset overlooking Puget Sound, a breathtaking site. “I am glad I did not see what has happened to ‘my city,’ and I am shocked listening to the residents, police, and especially that arrogant homeless man who was interviewed. This is a broken city, and it is a great shame of America, I long so much for the world coming you described, what a glorious future we all have, but first we must endure these dark days. Keep up the great work, this program is the best daily program on the planet!”
Oklahoma
“I think the story about Benjamin Watson was a great, positive story to share with us. This world we live in is upside down and looking at it every day, everywhere we go, we see lawlessness, anti-family. Negative all the way. I think God brought this story to our attention to fill us with positive energy knowing that all negative wears on his people. Stories like these give us the fighting spirit we need to continue this fight for righteousness. Thanks very much for sharing this with us and may our God continue to give us stories like these to boost our morale.”

04:30 Too Much News (30 minutes)

Few realize how much the news dominates our society. In the age of smartphones, everyone is just a button away from breaking news happening anywhere on Earth. This may seem like a good thing, but what sort of impact is it having on the way we process news? More than ever, the priority with reporting is to grab attention—to be first, rather than to inform. The narrative and the slant dominate the story more than the events the stories are about. More people are scanning headlines rather than investing time in research. How is it that news is more ubiquitous and accessible than ever while at the same time truth and facts are harder to find?

Jesus Christ said the Pharisees could discern the warning signs in the weather, but they could “not discern the signs of the times.” They couldn’t understand important events and explain where they were leading. In this segment, I talk about the real news you should be watching and why it is being buried by so much noise.

35:05 Historian John Lukacs Dies at Age 95 (20 minutes)

Historian John Lukacs died yesterday. The Associated Press wrote that “in a profession where liberals were a clear majority, [Lukacs] was sharply critical of the left and of the cultural revolution of the 1960s.” In this segment, I discuss Lukacs’s approach to studying history and what lessons we learn from it.

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About The Trumpet daily
The Trumpet Daily Radio Show proves the Bible’s relevancy to your life. Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry hosts a show covering wide-ranging topics with an emphasis on world news.
Trumpet Daily Radio Show records from Trumpet Daily facilities at Edstone in the United Kingdom. The program is available on-demand at the Trumpet Daily website or the Trumpet Daily channel on YouTube. The program airs every morning at 7 a.m. (US Central Time) on KPCG 101.3 FM in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Meet Stephen Flurry
Stephen Flurry is executive editor of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine and president of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma.
He served on the Philadelphia Church of God’s legal team in the battle against the Worldwide Church of God over the copyrights to Herbert W. Armstrong’s literature.
He currently resides in Edstone, England, with his wife and son.
Raising The Ruins
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A grueling, life-and-death, six-year copyright battle ensued in which the Worldwide Church of God and the Philadelphia Church of God went head to head over the beliefs outlined in Mystery of the Ages.
Relying on a wealth of official WCG documents and depositions submitted in federal courts, this book reveals the truth behind the shipwreck of the Worldwide Church of God.

04:30 Too Much News (30 minutes)

Few realize how much the news dominates our society. In the age of smartphones, everyone is just a button away from breaking news happening anywhere on Earth. This may seem like a good thing, but what sort of impact is it having on the way we process news? More than ever, the priority with reporting is to grab attention—to be first, rather than to inform. The narrative and the slant dominate the story more than the events the stories are about. More people are scanning headlines rather than investing time in research. How is it that news is more ubiquitous and accessible than ever while at the same time truth and facts are harder to find?

Jesus Christ said the Pharisees could discern the warning signs in the weather, but they could “not discern the signs of the times.” They couldn’t understand important events and explain where they were leading. In this segment, I talk about the real news you should be watching and why it is being buried by so much noise.

35:05 Historian John Lukacs Dies at Age 95 (20 minutes)

Historian John Lukacs died yesterday. The Associated Press wrote that “in a profession where liberals were a clear majority, [Lukacs] was sharply critical of the left and of the cultural revolution of the 1960s.” In this segment, I discuss Lukacs’s approach to studying history and what lessons we learn from it.

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Send a voice message to the Trumpet Daily Radio Show
Record your comments and questions below. You can mention your name and the city, or region you are from if you like, or choose to remain anonymous. We would appreciate it if you referenced the episode you are responding to. Thank you for speaking with us!
If you prefer to e-mail a comment or question, you can always reach the show at td@kpcg.fm.
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About The Trumpet daily
The Trumpet Daily Radio Show proves the Bible’s relevancy to your life. Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry hosts a show covering wide-ranging topics with an emphasis on world news.
Trumpet Daily Radio Show records from Trumpet Daily facilities at Edstone in the United Kingdom. The program is available on-demand at the Trumpet Daily website or the Trumpet Daily channel on YouTube. The program airs every morning at 7 a.m. (US Central Time) on KPCG 101.3 FM in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Meet Stephen Flurry
Stephen Flurry is executive editor of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine and president of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma.
He served on the Philadelphia Church of God’s legal team in the battle against the Worldwide Church of God over the copyrights to Herbert W. Armstrong’s literature.
He currently resides in Edstone, England, with his wife and son.
Personal Appearances
Register To Attend
Raising The Ruins
Rtr en e01
A grueling, life-and-death, six-year copyright battle ensued in which the Worldwide Church of God and the Philadelphia Church of God went head to head over the beliefs outlined in Mystery of the Ages.
Relying on a wealth of official WCG documents and depositions submitted in federal courts, this book reveals the truth behind the shipwreck of the Worldwide Church of God.

04:30 Too Much News (30 minutes)

Few realize how much the news dominates our society. In the age of smartphones, everyone is just a button away from breaking news happening anywhere on Earth. This may seem like a good thing, but what sort of impact is it having on the way we process news? More than ever, the priority with reporting is to grab attention—to be first, rather than to inform. The narrative and the slant dominate the story more than the events the stories are about. More people are scanning headlines rather than investing time in research. How is it that news is more ubiquitous and accessible than ever while at the same time truth and facts are harder to find?

Jesus Christ said the Pharisees could discern the warning signs in the weather, but they could “not discern the signs of the times.” They couldn’t understand important events and explain where they were leading. In this segment, I talk about the real news you should be watching and why it is being buried by so much noise.

35:05 Historian John Lukacs Dies at Age 95 (20 minutes)

Historian John Lukacs died yesterday. The Associated Press wrote that “in a profession where liberals were a clear majority, [Lukacs] was sharply critical of the left and of the cultural revolution of the 1960s.” In this segment, I discuss Lukacs’s approach to studying history and what lessons we learn from it.

Program Archive
Send a voice message to the Trumpet Daily Radio Show
Record your comments and questions below. You can mention your name and the city, or region you are from if you like, or choose to remain anonymous. We would appreciate it if you referenced the episode you are responding to. Thank you for speaking with us!
If you prefer to e-mail a comment or question, you can always reach the show at td@kpcg.fm.
About The Trumpet daily
The Trumpet Daily Radio Show proves the Bible’s relevancy to your life. Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry hosts a show covering wide-ranging topics with an emphasis on world news.
Trumpet Daily Radio Show records from Trumpet Daily facilities at Edstone in the United Kingdom. The program is available on-demand at the Trumpet Daily website or the Trumpet Daily channel on YouTube. The program airs every morning at 7 a.m. (US Central Time) on KPCG 101.3 FM in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Meet Stephen Flurry
Stephen Flurry is executive editor of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine and president of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma.
He served on the Philadelphia Church of God’s legal team in the battle against the Worldwide Church of God over the copyrights to Herbert W. Armstrong’s literature.
He currently resides in Edstone, England, with his wife and son.
Personal Appearances
Register To Attend
Videos
Book club Book club mobile
Book Club
Visit My Book Club
Raising The Ruins
Rtr en e01
A grueling, life-and-death, six-year copyright battle ensued in which the Worldwide Church of God and the Philadelphia Church of God went head to head over the beliefs outlined in Mystery of the Ages.
Relying on a wealth of official WCG documents and depositions submitted in federal courts, this book reveals the truth behind the shipwreck of the Worldwide Church of God.