I'm Holley Gerth, and if we had coffee today I'd say, "You don’t have to feel ready for God to use you."
I once overheard a young man and his mentor talking about faith. The young man asked, "When am I going to be ready to help someone else?"
Today’s challenge is to connect with God through prayer.
So often we think of prayer as us telling God what we need, what we are worried about, or what we're struggling through. While, like a good Father, God welcomes us pouring our hearts out to Him, today’s challenge is to see prayer as a conversation that starts with God.
Welcome to the first day of KLRC's 21 Day Challenge! We're so excited you're joining us.
To kick off our journey, Keri (from The KLRC Morning Show) shares with us the importance of finding some peace in the midst of the chaos and focusing on being present in each moment.
Are you up for a very special 21-Day-Challenge?
The next 21 days might have exactly the hope you need to make this year the best one yet! So we’re challenging you to try something for 21 days that might be life changing!
Thanks for being a part of KLRC's Christmas Wish!
With the help of Sam's Furniture and lots of other benevolent businesses, families, and individuals in Northwest Arkansas and beyond, we were able to bring a little joy to three families who needed a reminder of God's love this Christmas season.
I always notice it when the temperature turns colder, the ringing in the air. I’m sure you’ve heard it too as you're trying to complete your Christmas errands. Maybe like me, you’ve dug cold fingers into your wallet looking for some change to drop into the Red Kettle. Its become as much of a Christmas tradition for me as putting up the tree and making cookies with the kids.
Did someone you didn’t know give you a gift today? We took over the drive-thru with hopes of spreading some Christmas JOY.
You had a debt. It was paid for you. You can’t pay it back. Your job is to receive it with joy.
It’s what is at the heart of Christmas!
As we get ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, our hearts are full of gratitude for you, our KLRC listening family! When we gather with friends and family, we'll be thanking God for the blessing of serving you each and every day.
Then, on Thursday night, the Positive Difference becomes the Holiday Difference, NWA's Uplifting Christmas Music Station!
One of my favorite films and books is A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean. It was the thrill and art of fly fishing that first pulled me into this story. However, as I got older, I began to appreciate how the author would describe his family. Maclean would include both joyful and difficult stories about his family. It was a reminder that our family has a huge impact on our lives; and let's face it, there is nothing like the holiday season to remind us of the value and imperfections of our families.
So, here we are in this season of thankfulness, yet how do we have gratitude for our imperfect families?
Sometimes pain can be the catalyst that God uses to completely change the course of our lives, and for Sammy that’s exactly what happened. Sammy lost her best friend since 3rd grade, Deborah, in 2012. Deborah had been adopted and Sammy wanted to do something to honor her memory that would help other foster kids like Deborah. That is how the DEB project was born.