It’s been an amazing week filled with special stories of how God is using a small army of people to impact lives throughout Northwest Arkansas, Northeast Oklahoma, and Southwest Missouri! I’m so grateful to each of you who have responded already and am looking forward with great expectation to what God has in store for us on this final day of the KLRC fall fundraiser!
"I used to live at the Salvation Army and was able to save up money so I could get a place to live. When I got there all I had were the clothes on my back. Now I have an apartment of my own. I started listening to KLRC and the music helped me find God and give up drugs and alcohol." –James, Rogers
Often we see homeless people at busy intersections, and we want to do something. I have good news for you – this is your moment to do something!
At KLRC, we’re excited to be partnering with another great organization that makes a positive difference among our community. Established locally in 1896, The Salvation Army has been providing healthy meals 365 days a year. In our listening area, ANYONE in need of food can come to a Salvation Army Kitchen and be fed for free.
The balloons are hung, the volunteer schedule is filling up, and I can't help but believe we are about to see a miracle unfold as we kick off KLRC's fall fundraiser.
Hi this is Mark from the KLRC Morning Show.
One of the best parts of my job is getting to hear stories from listeners just like you! Many of those stories come from meeting listeners at events, talking on phone, or even through letters like the one we heard from Greg, a listener in one of our new Oklahoma communities.
We carry crock pots into the kitchen and set them on the table. Soup is ladled into bowls. Bread is neatly placed on plates. Dessert stands ready on a counter nearby. Outside hungry people wait. My community group is serving those in need tonight.
And aren't we all in need?
Not too long ago this normally happy girl was grouchy, overly sensitive, and emotional. The last thing I wanted was to be the person with her cranky pants on. Yet here I was wearing them with a capital "C."
That’s when Zephaniah 3:17 came to mind. “The LORD your God is in your midst.” Right then. Right there. He was with me.
Hi, this is Ansen from the Drive-Home!
When you support KLRC, God is using your gifts to truly make a Positive Difference.
Have you ever gone to a networking or social event and realize you're talking with someone, but you’re not hearing a word they say? Sure, you're doing everything right – making eye contact, verbally acknowledging their thoughts when they pause, even leaving a smile plastered across your face – but the truth is, you're not listening. You're not there. You're somewhere else.
Have you ever felt pursued? Oppressed? Sensed the devil nipping at your heels?
I'd like to draw a parallel between how Pharaoh acted in Exodus 14 and how Satan acts throughout history.
Both are unyielding enemies, coveting the power of God for themselves. Both have been plundered by the Almighty, and both are enraged beyond endurance. Both have assembled vast armies for the destruction of God’s people – yet neither seems to realize how utterly defeated he already was and is.