Jul 25 2011

Greatest Moments

Thank you so much for sharing your lives with us over the years. We wanted to retrace our steps and take you back through some of the moments on the K-LOVE Morning Show over the past few years...

WOW God - You have WOWed us time and time again, and here are some samples...

An Operation Christmas Child donor "randomly" meets the recipient of the gift in Armenia:

Woman takes picture of husband years before meeting him:

Becky in Louisiana and her adoption story:

The mother of John John, graduating kindergarten today:

Angie Williams was one of the survivors of the tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri this spring. Read Angie's full story and see pictures 

Adventures across America - As we've travelled and spoke with you from all parts of the globe, here are some of the adventures we've encountered:

Lisa leads a caravan of strangers to Chicago:

Debbie shares from Plato, MO, the census bureau's exact center of the population bureau of the United States:

The birth of Producer KC's daughter Elianah:

The communication plan with Lisa and Eric once the baby is born (KC to the baby in the womb: "Leave everything the way you found it"):

Lisa reporting from the hospital:

Parenting advice from France to Producer KC, as he awaited for the arrival of his daughter Elianah:


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Jul 24 2011

Greatest Moments - The voices behind the music

We've had some incredible guests over the last few years, and many were from some of the artists who play the music on K-LOVE. Check out some of our favorite moments from them:

David Crowder Band
Seeing his face in a Mexican newspaper:

Running into Richard Simmons at the airport:

Matthew West
The 2011 Next Great Love Song and the story behind it (read the story):

His encounter with a cabin mouse and the mouse's Twitter account:

Eric dreaming of Matthew West as a nutritionist:

Chris August:
His Candy Wrap

Third Day
Mac Powell and the guys from Third Day visited Jake McConahay, a little boy with stage 4 cancer. We were able to make Jake's wish come true of giving 1,000 Pillow Pets to sick children at Riley's Children's Hospital.

See the photos of our visit with Jake

Jul 20 2011



A familiar voice to K-LOVE, Sean Dunn with Groundwire.net, joins us this morning. Groundwire offers you the opportunity to leverage the world's technology to connect thousands of un-churched young people with the Gospel of Jesus. Their mission is to reach outside of the church walls by placing thirty and sixty-second Christ-centered spots on aggressive and influential secular radio stations and TV networks, like MTV.

By partnering with them you can shine light in the midst of darkness, speak hope to the hopeless, and truth to those drowning in lies.

Jul 12 2011

Whole Hearts Foundation - Matt Hammitt of Sanctus Real


With the birth of his baby boy Bowen this past year, Matt Hammitt of Sanctus Real has a whole new mission in life. To help families that have loved ones with similar heart conditions that Bowen has - a serious and rare congenital heart defect called Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS).

Matt and his wife Sarah have created the Whole Hearts Foundation, which is in the running for a $50,000 grant from Pepsi. You can help by voiting daily at the links provided on this page. Let's rally behind Bowen and families that will benefit from this grant.

YOU CAN VOTE EVERY DAY this month, and here’s how!

1. Go to www.refresheverything.com/wholehearts and click “Vote for this idea” once a day. You can also get there by clicking on the banner in the sidebar of Bowensheart.com.

2. Text 107706 to 73774 once a day. (standards rates apply, but there is no extra charge)

3. Look for “Power Votes” on Pepsi products and go back to the Whole Hearts Foundation voting page to cash them in.

4. Utilize the social networking tools/buttons at the voting page which can help you tweet about it, post the info on your Facebook page and even embed the voting widget on your site or page.

5. Spread the word!

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