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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.


There are certain pivotal moments in life that change us forever. For Jordan, that moment came during her junior year of high school when her doctor spoke just three words: “You have diabetes. ” Jordan’s life changed dramatically the day that she received her diagnosis.


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.


I'm guilty of inflating my role in things pretty often. Given the chance, I tend to make things "the Isaac show" in my own head. This obviously spills over into my relationship with God.


What a week it’s been! On Friday morning we wrapped up the on-air portion of KLRC’s 2019 Spring Fundraiser. We are thankful and thrilled that over 1900 of you chose to share hope in Jesus through a gift of support to KLRC.


This is it.  We are down to the final full day of our Spring Fundraiser! We are encouraged by so many who have said they want to be part of this critical time for KLRC.


We’re always blown away by how God uses uplifting songs and encouraging conversations on KLRC to reach into so many places. Sometimes it’s a heart that needs encouraged in a hard work environment, and other times it’s the little hearts singing along in the back of an SUV.


Let's be real, 7th grade is tough.  It comes with a lot of challenges. Remember those math problems? Those were rough. But there are plenty of other challenges that come with being a 7th grader. Mary wrote us recently to share how she's coping with those daily struggles.