11:00am to 2:00pm

The Midday Bible Brain Buster comes your way today around 12:40P.  Here's a look at today's question -  
Nicodemus put how many pounds of myrrh and aloes on the body of Jesus?  

Answer is 100 pounds and is found in John 19:39  
Congratulations to Nancy of Laotto! Nancy won a WBCL prize pack including a Tim Hawkins DVD by having the correct answer to today's Midday Bible Brain Buster!
If your a Homeschooler grades 3 - 6 the next WBCL Homeschool Pop Quiz will take place next Monday, May 5th  around 12:40pm.   Good Luck!

Dates the Homeschool Pop Quiz will not be played!
               (All dates subject to change)
April 28
May 19 or 26
Grand prize drawing to take place Monday June 9th around 12:40pm.
Featured books on WBCL'S Book Market with Lynne Ford:
April 24 - "Opening the Door to Your God-Sized Dream." (40 Days of Encouragement for Your Heart) by Holley Gerth,  Published by (Revell). 
April 10 - "Life Stinks...And Then You Die" - Living Well in a Sick World by Bob Hostetler - (Leafwood Publishers)

March 25 - "Waiting in Wonder" (Growing in Faith While You're Expecting) A Devotional Journal by Catherine Claire Larson - (Thomas Nelson)
March 20 - "You'll Get Through This" (Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times) by Max Lucado - (Thomas Nelson)

February 25 - "The Daniel Plan "40 Days to a Healthier Life"  by Rick Warren and by Dr's. Daniel Amen and Mark Hyman -  (Zondervan)
February 11 - "52 Things Daughters Need from Their Dads" by Jay Payleitner - (Harvest House).

Cindy's Money Savings Tips for April 22 - Bad Money Habits. 

 Tax day is over for another year, it's now time to reflect where all your money went in 2013. Where there some bad money habits that you need to look at and address? Here are a few that could be hurting your pocket book:
Carrying a credit card balance - remember, don't charge more than you can pay off when it comes due. If you already have a credit card balance, make it you goal to pay it off as soon as possible. .

Begin shopping for the best deal - Be patient and wait for the item you "need" to go on sale.

You might want to cut back on your coffee needs a bit - Of course, it's fine to treat yourself occasionally; however, when it becomes a daily habit it can and does get expensive costing you extra money that you may need elsewhere. Beware! 

Do NOT use shopping as entertainment - Shop when there is a need, not a want and NEVER when you are bored.
       REMEMBER, the best good money habit you can start if you don't already, is involve God in your finances. God has given us more than 2,300 verses in the Bible to instruct us in how to be good stewards of what God has placed in our care.