This year, would you like to find a way that you can serve your community? If so, take a few minutes today to look through the Non-Profit Database here at KLRC. com. You can find out more about a non-profit or two that you find interesting, or that meets a need in the community that resonates with you.
It's Day 4 of the 30 Day Challenge, and today we're giving you a sneak peek at the song we are going to start playing this Monday on KLRC! Take a listen to Matthew West's own "All In" story!.
The other day my daughter and I were talking about the realities of adult life. The business, the obligations, the pressure to be involved. Even the best kinds of involvement can be exhausting, because there is just so much going on all the time! My daughter told me a story that has stuck with me ever since.
Welcome to Day 2 of the 30 Day Challenge! On Wednesdays during the 30 day challenge we will have an emphasis on prayer. Today, your challenge is to take 10 minutes to visit the Prayer Center at KLRC. com. Pick one prayer request from the list that especially touches your heart.
I can still remember his words even though it’s been almost 20 years. I don’t think I’ll ever forget the wisdom from one of the most influential mentors in my life: “Mark, for some, following Jesus is a crutch. But what He really wants to be is a total life support system.
2018 might have exactly the hope you need to make this year the best one yet! So we’re challenging you to try something for 30 days that might be life changing. Step 1: Choose to listen exclusively to KLRC’s uplifting, encouraging music for 30 days. Just see what listening will do to your perspective!.
You made it! As we close the 21 Day Challenge, we want to encourage you to continue connecting with God in a variety of ways. Of course, we’ll be here with uplifting music and encouraging words on the radio each and every day.
When there’s a crisis they’re the first to come to the rescue, to fight the flames, and to hold a hand. When the crisis is over they’re sometimes the last to eat, to sleep, and to hear the words “thank you.
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of making a little trip to Phoenix, Arizona, for a chance to get a preview of what the guys at Mercy Me have been up to. They've been working on a brand new album, and it comes out later this year!.