Joe and Jen Butler started Ability Tree to provide a place of rest for families like theirs who are facing the challenge of raising a child with special needs. They shared how KLRC not only provides them encouragement with music, but also gives them a platform to share their mission of hope for our community.
Sometimes I make things too complicated. I get this idea in my head that I have to do HUGE things for God, or they somehow don’t count. I hear about people moving to other countries to build orphanages, be doctors, or just learn a completely new culture in order to introduce people to Jesus.
Whenever I’m faced with uncertainty in life, I always get jealous of the people in the Bible that heard God’s voice audibly. I so badly want the thunder to crack and hear God’s unmistakably booming voice say: “Isaac, you need to do ‘X’ and stop thinking about ‘Y’. ” Sadly, though, that doesn’t happen-at least not for me.
Confession Question: What’s a space in your life that felt unsafe but has become a brave place? Guest Christy Rodriguez talks with us about overcoming fear and daring to step into all God has for us.
Robyn Hubbard, a wife, mom, and teacher, takes us on an honest, educational, and thought- provoking journey behind the scenes of life with her autistic son, Luke.
On this episode we had the pleasure of talking with Rickey and Brittany Booker about coming together to get their finances in order.
Winter Jam, which is hallmarked annually by its musical diversity, centr...
Don't miss this opportunity to meet Katherine and Jay Wolf of Hope Heals...