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Over these past few weeks we’ve been given a lot instructions on how to take care of our bodies, our neighbors, and our communities to try be physically healthy.


At KLRC, part of caring for our listening family is sharing conversations that will help all of us as we navigate these challenging days. Each week, we'll check-in with friends of KLRC who can lend some helpful perspective. If you missed either of our conversations from this week, we have them here for you on-demand!.


One of my favorite movies of all times is “First Knight” where Sean Connery plays King Arthur. There’s a scene where an enemy of Camelot enters the throne room and confronts the Knights of the Round Table.


It’s the week that the word seems to pop up everywhere! It’s all over the card aisles, the candy section, and the flower shop. Everything seems focused on LOVE. The Valentine’s Day celebration of love will happen in so many ways: from candy shared between school children to special dinners and dates celebrating years of affection.


Hiking through the woods has always been one of my favorite pastimes. I come by it naturally as both of my parents are nature lovers and I spent many a Saturday exploring the trails around Arkansas as a kid.


You never know what God will use to teach you something powerful. For me, the lesson came in trying to buy a home security system. Our family had been considering one for a while, and when the “Black Friday” sales started popping up all over our phones, we decided to take the plunge.


The other night, our small group was sitting in a living room when my friend Brad shared something really insightful. He told our little community that he has recently been discovering again how gratitude leads us to God’s presence.


I want to climb a mountain. I don’t know where the idea came from, but it’s there. This nudging in a deep recess of my mind that is calling me to climb. This summer I’m planning a trip that involves an opportunity to climb. It’s not Everest or even Mt.


This morning I was supposed to get on a flight to Florida.  The conference I was scheduled to attend wisely cancelled as Florida residents and others along the east coast are bracing for the fury of now category 5 Hurricane Dorian. It's hard to even imagine the size and prowess of a storm like Dorian.


As I hugged her goodbye I reminded myself not to cry until after I left the apartment. In that moment it didn’t matter how mature and capable I knew she was, all I could think about was how many miles were between her apartment in Manhattan and my house in Arkansas (1,304 if you were wondering).