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This is a collection of Bob Dye's timeless messages recorded between 1987 and 2004.Bob Dye was an active member and Deacon/Elder of Noelridge Park Church since he and his wife Coral moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1970. Bob L. Dye was born on March 15, 1937 in Gowanda, a small town in rural western New York State. He was the third child of Ralph and Marian Scott Dye. Bob grew up on a dairy farm on Dye Road in South Dayton, NY.A devoted Christian, Bob graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College in North Chili, NY with a degree in Religion & Philosophy. Later he became an ordained minister.Bob met his future wife Coral Small at his brother Nelson’s wedding. Bob and Coral married in Silver Creek, NY on June 14, 1958 (Flag Day). Bob’s first job out of college was for Youth for Christ (YFC) in Fort Wayne, Indiana, an organization whose first employee was Billy Graham. His true lifelong mission was helping teenagers come to know Jesus Christ. He would go on to serve the Lord through his work with YFC for the next 48 years, until his retirement from YFC in 2007.In 1961, Coral and Bob moved to Port Huron, Michigan to head up the local YFC chapter. He led a “Teen Team” of college students on a YFC mission trip to Peru, the first of many trips overseas. He and Coral moved to Cedar Rapids in 1970 to be Executive Director of Eastern Iowa Youth for Christ. In 1972, Bob started the annual Campus Life Caravan, a 10-day Colorado camping trip for about 100 teenagers. He created and built the renowned “Chuck Wagon”, a pull-behind kitchen designed to serve Caravan meals and community pancake breakfasts.In 1987, he was promoted to YFC’s Northern States Regional Field Director and served a five-state region for 15 years, traveling thousands of miles. He looked forward to collaborating with YFC Directors and was a mentor to many young YFC staff in their shared passion for reaching kids for Christ.In 2004, Bob and Coral started “Breakfast Club” at Kennedy High School to provide thought-provoking discussion over breakfast. On Thursday afternoons Bob visited during all four lunch periods at the Kennedy cafeteria and made it a point to sit next to someone new every week. He loved connecting with everyone he met and would ask, “How are you doing today?” or “Where are you from?” and was genuinely interested in listening and learning their story.Bob and Coral hosted 22 foreign-exchange students from Central America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia and enjoyed the sharing of cultures.

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When Fantasies Meet Reality

Date: 8/22/04 A humorous start as Bob shares how he grew up with the Lone Ranger and how he rode his horse on his farm trying to bring that character into his life. Today we live in a world of fantasy--unrestrained imagination. We forget reality and the laws of nature. When Jesus walked on water to where the disciples were struggling in a storm, we don't know if He meant to join them or to walk on by. When Jesus passes by, what is our cry for help? He doesn't need our help to get from point A to point B. But we need His help to get from point B (birth) to D (death) to E (eternity).

34 MIN2017 NOV 12
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When Fantasies Meet Reality

Father's Day

Date: 6/15/03 What do fathers think about on Father's Day? A lot about memories, and he asked several men to share (they were not on the microphone so difficult to hear). Bob gives advice beginning with being as positive as you can be to anticipate your children's next stage of life. Fathers should demonstrate a strong relational quality to give courage, hope, and confidence to their children. Much of a child's sense of spirituality comes from the father.

29 MIN2017 NOV 12
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Father's Day

Kingdom Living in a Secular Culture

Date: 7/13/03 Matthew 5: "You are the light of the world--let your light shine so they will praise your Father in heaven." Jesus left a powerful impact on His culture. He addressed the total needs of people: mental, social, spiritual, and physical. People should be able to see kingdom living in our life. Bob's life verse was Colossians 3:17. It guided him throughout his life. Illustration of the difference between the Teton mountains and the Alps.

33 MIN2017 NOV 12
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Kingdom Living in a Secular Culture

Latest Episodes

When Fantasies Meet Reality

Date: 8/22/04 A humorous start as Bob shares how he grew up with the Lone Ranger and how he rode his horse on his farm trying to bring that character into his life. Today we live in a world of fantasy--unrestrained imagination. We forget reality and the laws of nature. When Jesus walked on water to where the disciples were struggling in a storm, we don't know if He meant to join them or to walk on by. When Jesus passes by, what is our cry for help? He doesn't need our help to get from point A to point B. But we need His help to get from point B (birth) to D (death) to E (eternity).

34 MIN2017 NOV 12
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When Fantasies Meet Reality

Father's Day

Date: 6/15/03 What do fathers think about on Father's Day? A lot about memories, and he asked several men to share (they were not on the microphone so difficult to hear). Bob gives advice beginning with being as positive as you can be to anticipate your children's next stage of life. Fathers should demonstrate a strong relational quality to give courage, hope, and confidence to their children. Much of a child's sense of spirituality comes from the father.

29 MIN2017 NOV 12
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Father's Day

Kingdom Living in a Secular Culture

Date: 7/13/03 Matthew 5: "You are the light of the world--let your light shine so they will praise your Father in heaven." Jesus left a powerful impact on His culture. He addressed the total needs of people: mental, social, spiritual, and physical. People should be able to see kingdom living in our life. Bob's life verse was Colossians 3:17. It guided him throughout his life. Illustration of the difference between the Teton mountains and the Alps.

33 MIN2017 NOV 12
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Kingdom Living in a Secular Culture

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