Laughter is Good for the Soul
About the Guest
Laughter is good medicine, healing to the soul. Whether it pops up suddenly from someone's slip of the tongue, or it's pursued carefully and crafted as a career and life mission. Our guests, Michael Jr., Tim Hawkins, and Kristin Exton, explain how laughter is therapeutic, even on a spiritual level.
Laughter is good medicine, healing to the soul. Our guests, Michael Jr., Tim Hawkins, and Kristin Exton, explain how laughter is therapeutic, even on a spiritual level.
Bob: Do they turn angry on you?
Dennis: Do they stone you?
Tim: No; they don't! They're awesome; they're awesome people. I mean, yes.
Dennis: So they can laugh about themselves?
Tim: Yes; they make their own clothes, but they're also very cool people. [Laughter] And they make their own soap and—you know; but that's—you know, that's just one of those little subcultures.
Bob: And then you mentioned you wrote a song about Chick-fil-A.
Bob: And I saw this online.
Tim: Yes; I'm a celebrity over at the Chick-fil-A now—at the home office.
Bob: You've been down to the headquarters; right?
Tim: Yes; I talked to Mr. Dan Cathy, who is the President, the other day on the phone. He loves it. He plays—actually, the video on YouTube—he plays it before he speaks all over the country. So I might get some free chicken sandwiches out of it. It goes something like this—[Singing Chick-fil-A song] [Laughter] Everybody!
All Voices: MmmMmm—Chick-fil-A.
Tim: Oooh, that was rough.
Bob: That was pretty awful. [Laughter]
Tim: But that's what I do. I’m a frustrated rock star, I think. I just wanted to start off writing serious songs. It just always turns weird, so I just went with the weird. [Laughter]
Michelle: Funny, funny man: Tim Hawkins. Wasn't that great?
You know, now that we've had our fill of laughter—oh wait; wait. We can never have our fill of laughter—in fact, go to our website, FamilyLifeThisWeek.com; that’s FamilyLifeThisWeek.com—and there we’ll have some links to the FamilyLife Today programs with Tim Hawkins and also with Michael Jr.
Well, next week, we're going to go on a cruise. Yep; you got that right—all-inclusive; I pay for it, because I'm made of money or something—but we're going to go on a cruise. We're going to hear from Laura Story and, also, Gary Thomas and Voddie Baucham from the Love Like You Mean It cruise. It's going to be a great show. Oh, wait; no—they're on the cruise; you're just listening. It'll be fun; I guarantee it. I'm excited about it; I hope you are too.
Hey, thanks for listening. I want to thank the president of FamilyLife, David Robbins, along with our station partners around the country. And a big “Thank you!” to our engineer today, Keith Lynch. Thanks to our producers, Bruce Goff and Marques Holt. Justin Adams is our mastering engineer and Meghan Martin is our production coordinator.
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I'm Michelle Hill, inviting you to join us again next time for another edition of FamilyLife This Week.
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