Jun 23 2010

Addison Road

Their new album "Stories" came out yesterday and today they join us in studio - it's Jenny, Ryan, Travis and Richard from Addison Road

 

Jun 22 2010

"Lead Me" - The Story Behind the Song

Matt Hammitt, lead singer of Sanctus Real, joined us this morning to share the story behind their song "Lead Me".  It's a song that really speaks to the hearts of lots of K-LOVE listeners, especially men. We appreciate Matt's honesty and transparency.  If you missed what Matt had to say or want to hear it again, click the link below to listen.

The Story Behind Lead Me

 

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Jun 22 2010

Men & Respect

Author & Speaker Shaunti Feldhahn is with us this morning, talking about something men crave - R-E-S-P-E-C-T!

The Five Respect Needs of Men

1. Respect his judgement
2. Respect his abilities
3. Respect in communication
4. Respect in public
5. Respect in our assumptions

For more on this, check out Shaunti's column at iMom

 

Jun 21 2010

Shine Your Light

On this first day of Summer there is more sunlight today than any other day of the year.  So we have more "light" to let our light shine.  Here are some ways you can make a difference today, courtesy of author and Pastor Max Lucado ...

  • Volunteer at a local prison.
  • Visit patients in a local AIDS hospice or hospital.
  • Read books or share music with the elderly at a nursing home.
  • Take a fast from drinking anything but water for a month, and donate the money saved to help bring clean water to those who need wells.
  • Look around your neighborhood and ask if single parents, handicapped, or elderly people need help with house or yard projects.
  • Throw a special dinner party at your house for people who usually eat alone.
  • Be a big brother or big sister to a child who doesn't have two parents.
  • Organize clothes or a food drive to aid local ministries.
  • Pack "snack packs" to hand out to homeless people to see on the street.
  • Take a working mission trip outside the country.
  • Write letters of support to soldiers stationed away from their families.
  • Learn about child slavery and work with service organizations.
  • Secretly pay for someone's dinner bill at a restaurant.
  • Identify a group of people you have previously disliked or held a bias against, then make an effort to move toward them in love.
  • Help to paint or fix - up worn down fences and houses in low-income parts of your town.
  • Help organize a community garden to aid those living on a fixed income.
  • Build teams to help raise funds and awareness for specific charities through walks, runs and other fundraisers (such as Hoops of Hope, 40 - Hour Famine, Soles4Souls).
  • Schedule prayer marathons at your church to pray about specific needs in your community.