Hi, it's KLRC General Manager Sean Sawatzky. Like you, we're getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving with those we love, and as we take time to thank God for all His good gifts, we want you to know you are one of those gifts we are giving thanks for.
If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say: “Let your heart be thankful. ” Many say that the antidote to bitterness is thankfulness. Polar opposites, making it almost impossible for the two to coexist.
This month during Pay it Forward we will be joining together to fill the shelves at the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank! We all know that when cold weather and the holiday season comes there are a lot more families in our community who struggle with food insecurity.
8:00pm - 12:00am
Check out stories of how The Positive Difference is impacting lives in Northwest Arkansas, northeast Oklahoma, and beyond by fulfilling a mission to Share hope in Christ with as many people as possible.
I love your radio station!! I know that whenever I turn it on, I will hear something I need to hear that day. I have really been struggling with my faith this year, but listening to KLRC has really helped.
I love your radio station!! I know that whenever I turn it on, I will hear something I need to hear that day. I have really been struggling with my faith this year, but listening to KLRC has really helped. I was sexually assaulted earlier this year and became pregnant as a result.
What's going on in NW Arkansas and NE Oklahoma? Check out our Event Calendar to find events happening near you, or submit an event you're planning to spread the word to the KLRC listening community!
Have a prayer request you'd like to share? There's a whole community of KLRC listeners that would be happy to lift you up. Share your requests and pray for others through the KLRC Prayer Center.
My son and I have had a very trying year. His father and I divorced. My son will be seventeen soon and I recently found out he is making some very bad life choices and he may have an inherited mental illness. He is very angry and depressed. After living through what we have, I never imagined he would make these kinds of choices! Since finding out about his choices, he has had some counseling and his grades are improving a little, however his attitude is not. He made very bad choices again last weekend. I thought I could trust him, however I am finding out I cannot. I have made specific rules for this weekend and the upcoming school break. Last night he did exactly as I told him and even came home early and I praise God for this victory. I am taking this whole break one day at a time. I am terrified when he is out of my sight. I know this is not a healthy attitude for either of us or our relationship.