After a diagnosis of anxiety and agoraphobia, Patsy decided to start playing KLRC on the radio in her bedroom 24/7. As KLRC played in the background of her day, Patsy started to see a change. She said that listening to the music really made a difference in her life.
After much prayer and many hours invested in the budget process, we’ve determined the listener portion of our budget for 2018 to be $1,300,000.
We’re anticipating the need to hold two on-air fundraisers to reach our annual listener budget need. The first is happening March 13-16th during KLRC’s "All In" Spring Fundraiser. Our goal for this specific event is $810,000.
Did you know that you can celebrate a special person or occasion through your support of KLRC?
Maybe you’ve heard the announcements on-air celebrating holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or loved ones. Those announcements are a great way to celebrate a special occasion while also supporting KLRC's ministry in a big way!
One of the awesome ways God uses KLRC is as a megaphone for the life-changing non-profits in our listening area! This year, we are excited to be partnering with Samaritan’s Feet.
Samaritan’s Feet serves and inspires hope in children by providing shoes as the foundation to a spiritual and healthy life, resulting in the advancement of education and economic opportunities
One of my favorite things is when people tell me how KLRC uplifts them at work. I close my eyes and imagine people using music as a conversation starter in their local businesses, or having a brief moment of worship in their cubicle while they get ready to tackle their workload for the day. I love hearing that KLRC serves as even a small reminder that Jesus is with us during the day-to-day. It's beautiful.
I love the idea of a simpler life. A life that is less crowded, less complicated. I'm inspired by people who take it seriously, and likewise I'm discouraged when my own life feels the curse of what Richard Foster rightly calls, "muchness and manyness."
Simplifying, pairing things down in responsibilities that we carry, can really be a good thing in life. It can also be good for the health of our souls. Is it possible that even in my own pursuit of God I can be held back by muchness and manyness? Jesus had strong words for this kind of person. A pharisee, who loved to be seen and heard for their religiosity.
What started as a way to provide an income for her family while still spending time with her kids has turned into a ministry. Used 2B New in Fayetteville looks like a typical resale store from the outside, but once you step inside you’ll notice some differences.
One of the first things Cristy does when she arrives at the store in the morning is turn on KLRC. As someone who didn’t become a Christian until she was an adult she says that listening to Christian music has become an important part of her daily life. Being able to play KLRC in her store is just one way that Cristy and her team ministers to customers.
The people in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, had a great idea back in 1962. They assembled a time capsule to preserve the town’s history for future generations. Then they buried it. The problem was, when they wanted to dig it up 25 years later for a city celebration, no one could recall where it was.
“All to Jesus, I freely give. As long as there’s breath in these lungs, I will live with reckless abandon, my heart in your hands. I surrender it all, I’m going all in.”
During this time of year, we are often reminded of 2 categories of change: the things we need to stop, and the things we need to start.
This is no surprise, because when we are facing pain our discomfort in in everyday life, these are the two paths that present themselves the most.