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Viewing entries posted in January 2018


Thanks to our friends at Sam's Furniture and a whole host of KLRC listeners, three deserving families had their wishes granted this Christmas season! Did you miss any of our 3 Christmas Wish reveals? Grab some tissues and catch up with our audio recaps.


In order to prepare for Christmas Day, we celebrate the season of Advent. Advent simply means "the arrival or coming of something. " We've created a reading plan that will walk you through the coming of Jesus in the scripture. Below you can find this simple tool to help your family celebrate the Advent season.  .


"Sticks and stones may break my bones. " Chances are you didn’t even have to think about the rest of the expression. It’s one of those sayings that somehow we just know.


The excitement of Christmas is something kids young and old look forward to every year, but for many families right here in our community there’s more dread than excitement when they think of Christmas.


The power was still off when I woke up Monday morning. From my front window I could already see some of the damage left behind from Sunday’s extreme bout of storms. It was just getting bright enough outside to walk around and assess the damage.


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.


The light had turned green.  It was green. Bright green, in fact. On a structure specifically designed to be easily noticed by drivers. And the car in front of me remained stationary.  .


Anyone who had the privilege of meeting Titus will tell you the same thing: you always walked away with a new friend, and a deeper understanding of what it truly means to remain focused on Christ.