When my husband and I first got together, he was a Jehovah's Witness. I was a Christian and listened to your station and talked about God a lot, and one day my husband started listening to your station himself.
Everyone has been talking about loved ones that are graduating this year and I would like to tell you about someone very special. He is my 5 year old grandson, Urijah, who just graduated from Kindergarten. And, yes, I did shed some tears for more than just one reason. To me, this is my miracle baby.
I love how this music encourages me and keeps me going. Even if I want to give up on life, I keep on pushing through because I know Jesus knows how I feel and I know that by listening to KLRC's music.
Approximately three years ago, my daughter became very ill. After weeks of doctor visits without any results, she became so sick that we took her to the emergency room to learn a few days later that she had Lupus Nephritis, an auto immune disease. Her body was attacking her kidneys, and they were only functioning at 20%. After months of prayer, blood tests and medications, she was in remission. She has since been blessed with a college degree in Engineering, a great husband, and a wonderful job.
I love KLRC because the music helps me cope with chronic pain due to fibromyalgia. Every day is hard, so I listen a lot because your music fills me with hope and strength in the midst of the pain.
I read a quote on Facebook that went something like, "A woman's heart should be hidden so deep in God's heart, that a man has to seek God to find her." And vice versa too, I suppose.
I never listened to Christian radio, but my boss supports KLRC in the workplace. One day I changed the station to KLRC just to see what he was always going on about. That was 1 month ago, and my radio at work is still on KLRC along with the car radio and the radio at home.
I have listened to KLRC all my life and it has given me hope when I had none. I may be a teenager now but me and my single mother have been through a lot. After I lost my grandmother who was like a second mother to me I looked to faith.
Recently my world has been turned upside down and this has brought my husband and I closer to The Lord, but I am struggling and needing encouragement! My husband starting listening to KLRC and I saw how encouraged he was, and I have been tuning in.
It is so hard in today's world to be a Christian in the corporate environment. I am so thankful that while I work I can pick up your radio station on my phone. Sometimes I feel so alone at work and I can pray to God to give me strength to make it through the day and turn on your radio station and it's like the perfect song gets played.