Viewing entries posted in January 2018
Today, we called Mandi to tell her that the KLRC listening family and Sam's Furniture were going to make her family's Christmas really special this year! You can listen to make the call right here.
I only ask, because here we are just a few days away from celebrating the birth of our Savior, the most significant event to have ever happened, and I’ve realized that I haven’t taken time to properly reflect and rejoice.
To continue to fulfill our mission of sharing hope in Jesus with as many people as possible, we are launching something brand new in January: The KLRC Podcast Network! We spent much of 2018 researching, planning, and praying, and God provided some great content partners we are excited for you to experience.
Today, we called Mike and Kim to tell them about the overwhelming love and support the KLRC listening family and Sam's Furniture were showering on them! If you missed it, you can listen to our conversation here.
Today, The KLRC Morning Show had the opportunity to call Kendra and tell her that the KLRC listening family and Sam's Furniture were granting their wish. Kendra's family was nominated by by Kelly. Take a listen to the reveal!.
Giant killers have great confidence in the power of God! That’s the story of David as he boldly took Goliath’s challenge to fight until death. Others saw David as only a weak young lad, small in stature. But when used by God, David was transformed into a giant killer.
Some people have turned crabby into an art form. If you say, “I don’t have anything to complain about,” they are happy to offer some suggestions. I think we live in the most prosperous nation in the most amazing time in history, and yet on social media it seems that all I hear is complaining.
I turned around to check on the two little guys on the trail behind me when I heard a wail. The three-year-old lay crumpled in a heap. “You left me!” he wailed. He had lost sight of us for a second, and that was enough to frighten him.
“Is my faith dead?” I get frequent updates on my Instagram feed from a friend of mine who splits her time between Uganda, and the United States. She’s an incredible photographer, and posts beautiful photos of her job working in a school surrounded by adorable children. I am both impressed and intimidated by her.
If we could have coffee today, I'd say, "If you could listen in on my thoughts about myself some days, it would sound like a series of accusations. 'You're not good enough, you need to try harder, you're just being selfish.