KLRC is excited to launch our Month of Gratitude during the month of July! This month, we want to intentionally focus on being grateful for all that God has done and given to us. We invite you to join.
You did it! God worked through KLRC listeners locally and around the country to not only hit this week’s fundraiser need, but to go up and over the goal a full 24 hours ahead of schedule… and during a pandemic! The $225,000 budget need was met and an additional $19,680 was pledged to help meet ministry growth needs that we...
Thanks to God's faithfulness and your generosity, KLRC's Spring Fundraiser goal of $225,000 was reached this morning around 10:40! Thank you for sharing hope in Christ through your support of KLRC. In an effort to be good stewards in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis, we previously reset our budget to 2016 levels.
Great news! Your gift to KLRC’s special fundraiser now helps reach even more people with the hope of Jesus.
At KLRC, we love to find ways to "Pay It Forward" with acts of kindness all over our community. Right now, we and our friends at DaySpring want to encourage you to “Say It Forward” and share hope with a card! It’s the safest way to "hug" someone you care about.
Hey, it's Keri from the KLRC Morning Show! Sooo, are you over this yet? Because I'm very much over it and would really like to go eat some chips and salsa with my friends again. But hey, for now we're still in it, and KLRC is to help you survive and thrive.
During these times, it’s more important than ever to fill our minds with uplifting music and encouraging conversations. And KLRC is here to help fill your home with hope… just like we normally do in your car! Here's a few ways you can listen to KLRC at home.
Each November, you've heard about and perhaps participated in our annual Drive-Thru Difference Day. This Friday, we're bringing it back, with a twist. Introducing Delivery Difference Day! Kindness and generosity are needed in our world more than ever. Delivery Difference Day is a great opportunity to show God's love to those around us.
In recent days, it feels like the world has been turned upside down. Events everywhere are being canceled, universities and schools are closing, and hundreds are being subjected to quarantines. In the midst of the craziness, scripture reminds us that none of this was a surprise to God.
My parents instilled in me a strong sense of gratitude. Numerous times growing up, our family would receive unexpected gifts from people that helped our family in very challenging times. I vividly remember my dad falling off a building on a job site, leaving our family to survive on $95 per week from workers' compensation.