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.
Wow. We are completely in awe at what we just saw God do through you this week during KLRC’s fall fundraiser.
After much prayer and many hours invested in the budget process last spring, we determined the listener portion of our budget for 2018 to be $1,200,000. This week, we'll hold the second of two on-air fundraisers to reach our annual listener budget need.
When we talk about vision at KLRC, it’s really not our vision – but His vision. We are absolutely convinced that God wants to bring hope to as many hearts as possible. Our role is to use the opportunities He has provided to do that in a variety ways.
Betina sat across from me in my office, sharing her story with tears in her eyes. When her family moved here from Los Angeles, they were looking for something to help them adjust to their new life. "We were always listening to a Christian radio station, and when we moved here I couldn't find it on the dial.
Life can be scary sometimes. During a crisis, there are helpers we turn to. People who give their lives to those in need. But it's not easy. We recently heard from Micah, a 911 Dispatcher.