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Viewing entries posted in March 2015


Last week, our co-worker Lauren shared a few thoughts in an email to KLRC Insiders (you can sign-up anytime on KLRC's homepage) about one of her favorite portions of Scripture.  This week we're going to reflect on it as our Words of Hope.


If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say, "We're still in this!" Sometimes we just need to hear the words "we're still in this" to make us feel secure.


It's not often that you enter a workplace to be greeted by smiling faces of people who are all happy to be at work. But if you get a chance to visit Open Avenues during business hours that's exactly what you will find.


I love verses like the one we have for our Words of Hope this week. It’s quick and concise – getting the point across and satisfying our short attention spans. If I had just a few seconds with you to describe God’s love for us, I’d tell you this.


I was on a flight a few years ago and the airport we were due to land in was experiencing some congestion on the runway due to inclement weather.


You wouldn't think that pushing a cart through a grocery store could be life changing, but at Compassion NWA it is.  Compassion NWA has created a unique way to help combat one of the biggest issues in our community: food insecurity.


There’s an entire industry built around people telling us how to achieve true fulfillment at our job, in our marriage, and in leadership. Depending on who we ask, the ultimate source of joy and fulfillment can be found in daily meditation and scripture reading, or just more protein… so it’s probably wise to consider the source of advice.


The brand new and much improved KLRC App is here and available in the App Store and Google Play! Listen to uplifting music and encouraging conversations (including podcasts), share prayer requests, send us a shout-out, and more.  .


I recently read of a young man whose short life illustrates the way we all should live.  This young man became a Christian as a teenager. In his early twenties, he felt God call him to the foreign mission field. In the back of his Bible he wrote two words and underlined them: NO RESERVATION.


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.