The last few days have been amazing, and we could not more be grateful! We heard so many powerful stories and saw God do such incredible things, including providing (through you, our listening family) 99% of our Fall Fundraiser need!.
I am writing to share my gratitude with you for your selfless and gracious gifts that keep KLRC on the air. Last spring, my friends at KLRC invited me to share my story with you. Maybe you remember hearing it? I found KLRC on my 20th day of recovery from alcoholism.
It’s the best kind of news you can hear early on a Monday morning. I remember walking into the studio and checking our KLRC email. Over the weekend, we had received a note from Shelly in Park Hill, Oklahoma.
The light had turned green. It was green. Bright green, in fact. On a structure specifically designed to be easily noticed by drivers. And the car in front of me remained stationary. .
Anyone who had the privilege of meeting Titus will tell you the same thing: you always walked away with a new friend, and a deeper understanding of what it truly means to remain focused on Christ.
If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say, "We are to encourage and build one another up. " Paul says it best in 1 Thessalonians 5:11, "Therefore encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing.
This month KLRC is excited to feature Nicole's House as our non-profit of the month. Nicole's House was born out of a mom's desire to provide a safe place for women who are overcoming addiction in honor of her daughter, Nicole, who lost her life to an addiction.
A parable is told of a farmer who owned an old mule. The mule fell into the farmer’s well. The farmer heard the mule braying and went to investigate. After carefully assessing the situation, the farmer sympathized with the mule, but decided that neither the mule nor the well were worth the trouble of saving.
Last week, our co-worker Lauren shared a few thoughts in an email to KLRC Insiders (you can sign-up anytime on KLRC's homepage) about one of her favorite portions of Scripture. This week we're going to reflect on it as our Words of Hope.
If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say, "We're still in this!" Sometimes we just need to hear the words "we're still in this" to make us feel secure.