Viewing entries posted in January 2018
If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships you might hear me ask, "Have you ever thought that saying 'I’m done' is a good thing?" God loves it because then He can say, “Good, finally you are done, now let Me take over.
You know those stray gift cards you have in your wallet that you forgot about? What if they could make a real difference for someone? .
It's time for our final week of the KLRC Listening Challenge. Whether you've joined us for each week thus far, or are diving into the challenge for the first time, join us this week as Tracy shares suggestions for listening to God when the journey leads us into new territory.
We're on to Week 3 of the KLRC Listening Challenge! This week, Tracy shares some ideas for listening to God when the journey takes us into a valley of fog and confusion. .
It's Week 2 of the KLRC Listening Challenge! This week, Tracy shares some ideas for listening to God when our path is leading us to joy. Try one exercise a day to focus on grounding yourself in God's voice.
I recently went out to lunch with a friend of mine and as we were doing the song and dance of figuring out where to eat, he named off at least two restaurants in my small town that I hadn’t even realized were there.
Today we start our first week of the listening challenge! Below are some exercises from KLRC Podcast Host Tracy Balzer to help you listen to God in the midst of the ordinary. Try one exercise a day to focus on grounding yourself in God's voice.
As we start a new year and a new decade, KLRC wants to invite you into a special challenge this January. The future holds plenty of uncertainties, but one thing we’re pretty sure of is that there will be a lot of noise fighting for our attention in 2020.
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. .