Viewing entries posted in February 2019
KLRC is excited to launch our Month of Gratitude during the month of July! This month, we want to intentionally focus on being grateful for all that God has done and given to us. We invite you to join.
We're so excited! It's been a long time since we had an in-person concert in Northwest Arkansas, but Casting Crowns is coming to the 112 Drive-In July 15th, and we want to send you! For a chance to win, be sure to tune in each day from Tuesday, July 7th through Friday, July 10th around 8:10 during the KLRC Morning Show.
Hi! I’m Alexus, and I could lovingly be referred to as a pen collector, highlighter junkie, and post-it hoarder. In other words, I'm a thorough planner. I carry my planner with me everywhere and have had nightmares about losing it to the wind.
You did it! God worked through KLRC listeners locally and around the country to not only hit this week’s fundraiser need, but to go up and over the goal a full 24 hours ahead of schedule… and during a pandemic! The $225,000 budget need was met and an additional $19,680 was pledged to help meet ministry growth needs that we...
Thanks to God's faithfulness and your generosity, KLRC's Spring Fundraiser goal of $225,000 was reached this morning around 10:40! Thank you for sharing hope in Christ through your support of KLRC. In an effort to be good stewards in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis, we previously reset our budget to 2016 levels.
Great news! Your gift to KLRC’s special fundraiser now helps reach even more people with the hope of Jesus.
“If I choose my mood then I'm going to stay in that mood. If I'm upset I'd pick an upsetting playlist. But when I listen to KLRC, it's just uplifting. " Alyssa recently discovered KLRC, in the middle of a rough day. "I didn't get the promotion that I thought I was going to get.
Feed the 479 has been serving our community for many years making sure families in Northwest Arkansas has food on their tables.
I have kept my face glued to my screen(s) over the last weekend, my heart breaking. I don’t know of a better analogy for human fallenness than a peaceful event turning violent due to the sin nature that we all wrestle with. Fear, anger, racism, and confusion.
In March, we made the decision to postpone our on-air fundraiser. One of the core reasons we exist is to love and serve our community well, and we knew that fulfilling that mission would take 100% of our focus. Since making that decision, we have seen Jesus and His hope in the way you responded!.