Oct 03 2013

Taking a Step Out in Faith

Maybe it's time for you to step out in faith like Sandra! Stepping out in faith makes a difference not only for others, but for you as well. 

"My coworker introduced me to K-LOVE when I first started working at my current job about 4 1/2 years ago. I am grateful that my coworker introduced me to klove. When I was nineteen, I became sick and was in ICU for over a week. During this week, I barely knew what was going on; I do however remember asking my mom to turn on klove. During my darkest hours, K-LOVE was there to uplift my spirits, all along while God was performing a miracle. I have always wanted to give, but never stepped out and gave. For 4 1/2 years you have blessed my coworker and I with songs, stories, and encouragement to make it throughout hard, stressful days. I give to K-LOVE not only because it has helped me with my walk, but I see where it has helped others. Much love and thanks to K-LOVE!"  

Thank you Sandra! Thank you for praying about what you can do to impact the lives of listeners like Sandra and then call and make a pledge at 1-800-525-5683 or give online at K-LOVE.com!

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Oct 02 2013

How God used K-LOVE in Donna's Life

Everyday we here amazing stories of how God uses the ministry of K-LOVE, it wouldn't be possible without the support of listeners just like you. We believe that 'hope changes everything,' and this note from Donna about how God has used the station in here life, is proof.

"I started listening to K-love in 2010 and gave my first pledge in the spring pledge drive in 2012. I went through my daughter being killed in a semi-truck in January 2012 and then my marriage of 12 years ended in April 2012 because my husband said he never loved me, but through it all K-LOVE was there; encouraging me. I am praising God every day for the fact I get up every morning and turn on K-LOVE and am encouraged to keep on keeping on. I believe that God causes all things to work together for our good. The Lord uses an encouraging word by a DJ or a song at just the right time, and boy it makes a big difference to know God is always there no matter what comes our way.

I know how important it is to continue to support K-LOVE so others can have K-LOVE to help encourage them in the goodness and mercy of Our Father God."

Thanks to people just like you, stories like this are possible! You can give NOW at www.klove.com or call us anytime at 1-800-525-5683!

Sep 25 2013

Willing... Not 'Perfect!'

“God needs people who are willing…not perfect." I shared that on twitter yesterday because it is such a great reminder that in spite of our faults and failures, God can and will use us if we are ‘WILLING.'

I hope it serves as a reminder that God wants to use you to ‘make a difference' in the world. He chose ‘you’ to be a world changer! God wants to work through you! As Pastor Rick Warren writes in Purpose Driven Life, “What matters is not the ‘duration’ of your life, but the ‘donation’ of it. Not how ‘long’ you have lived, but ‘how’ you have lived.”

Pastor Warren then shares this great picture of how God, throughout history, uses us in spite of our brokenness. 

“Abraham was old, Jacob was insecure, Leah was unattractive, Joseph was abused, Moses stuttered, Gideon was poor, Samson was codependent, Rahab was immoral, David had an affair and all kinds of family problems, Elijah was suicidal, Jeremiah was reluctant, Naomi was a widow, John the Baptist was eccentric to say the least, Peter was impulsive and hot tempered, Martha worried a lot, the Samaritan woman had several failed marriages, Zacchaues was unpopular, Thomas had doubts, Paul had poor health, and Timothy was timid.” 

That is a quite a collection of misfits, but God used every one of them! God wants to use ‘you’ too; all you have to do is quit making excuses. We are reminded of this in Ephesians 2:10,

“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”