If I were a silent voice inside your head right now helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say, “Generally speaking, what is said is never what is heard.”
More times than not, we assume the worst, and then we start acting out what we think we heard. It’s like we instantly become mind-readers or something. And then we’re mad at our spouse, a friend, or a colleague, and they might not even know anything is wrong! Why? Because no one stopped to clarify, or even ask the question, “Did you mean that? Because I heard this.”
2018 might have exactly the hope you need to make this year the best one yet! So we’re challenging you to try something for 30 days that might be life changing.
Step 1: Choose to listen exclusively to KLRC’s uplifting, encouraging music for 30 days. Just see what listening will do to your perspective!
We've been pondering the unimaginable love of God, and how we can pray for such love in the lives around us. Paul is teaching us in Ephesians 3, praying that his friends would be rooted and established in love, and that they would come to know how wide the love of Christ is.
If we could have coffee today, I’d say, “It’s ok not to be ok.”
For many years, my life was mostly sunny, but then came “the storm.” Rain streamed down in my world and hurt poured out from a place in my heart that I’d kept locked for years.
Hearing that you child has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is one of the hardest things a parent can face. In one moment life completely changes for the whole family. Hospitals and therapy and pharmacies become the new normal.
Hi, it's KLRC General Manager Sean Sawatzky.
Like you, we're getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving with those we love, and as we take time to thank God for all His good gifts, we want you to know you are one of those gifts we are giving thanks for. We're so grateful to have you as part of the KLRC family!
If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say: “Let your heart be thankful.”
Many say that the antidote to bitterness is thankfulness. Polar opposites, making it almost impossible for the two to coexist.
This month during Pay it Forward we will be joining together to fill the shelves at the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank!
We all know that when cold weather and the holiday season comes there are a lot more families in our community who struggle with food insecurity. Let’s join together to make sure that our neighbors are well cared for this November!
If we could have coffee today, I’d say, “God will never give up on us.”
One day, memories of a stunning series of failures in my life began playing like a bad home movie in my mind. Have you ever had that happen? This script usually goes like this: “You can’t be used by God. God is going to lose patience with you.” Or even, “You don’t deserve to be loved.”
When we think of prayer, our default, for better or for worse, is that we tend to ask God for things. Fortunately, he is a loving Father who loves it when His children come to Him with all kinds of requests.
But prayer is so much more than that. The apostle Paul models it for us in chapter 3 of Ephesians. Paul’s prayer for others is that they’d be rooted and established in love. Yes! Let’s pray this for each other. Let’s pray this for our children, our leaders, and for everyone we know.