This morning as I drove into work, I dropped by husband off at work (he is a Rogers postal carrier) and drove into my office. As usual, I turned on the radio to KLRC. Within moments, "Before the Morning" by Josh Wilson came on. This song touched my heart and really connected with me.
Recently, two immediate family members committed suicide. It has been a rough season recovering and coping. Often, my thoughts are centered around death – almost anticipating my own death.
When growing up, I had decided that marriage and kids was not my thing. Who in their right mind would want to be tied down and risk giving their hearts to people who could eventually drop them like a bad habit? At the ripe age of 18, the whole thing was too much for my mind to understand. I had made up my mind that those two things would NOT be a part of my future life.
Divorce is not good, and I would know because my mom and dad have been split up since I was a newborn. I have been in the middle of everything and I hate it.
I want to share how much your station has meant to my husband and I, especially over the last year.
My husband and I have been married for almost 3 years this year. My husband has a daughter from a previous marriage and we now have a 5 month old little boy! These two gifts from God are our pride and joy.
There was a time in my life when I couldn't get things together. I struggled with temptations and foolish choices. Nothing in my life was working out. I was unstable financially, physically, and spiritually. I was in and out of church trying to make things better on my own. I tried to fix things myself without God.
KLRC has made a huge difference in my life for years. My two boys and I listen to KLRC every day before work and school. My sons are always singing along to the songs and I'm so grateful that they have positive songs running through their minds as they start their day.
My husband and I were almost inseparable. When I went to the grocery store he was right there in the front seat with me. When I went to pay our bills he was the first one in the car never wanting to leave my side.
In 2012, I found out my husband had betrayed me.