Dec 22 2011

Christmas Flash Mob

Christmas Flash Mob!

 

 

Cute story from K-LOVE listener Brandi

I love listening to you guys and wanted to share this story with you. Last Friday my daughter's 1st grade class had a Christmas party during which they exchanged gifts. My daughter received 2 Barbie dolls. While she was waiting for the bus after school she noticed her best friend, who's in another class, wasn't carrying a gift. The friend started crying and said her class didn't have a party. My daughter said she didn't want her friend to feel bad so she gave both Barbie dolls to her friend. When I asked her what made her think of doing that she told me "Duh mommy! It's what Jesus would've done!" I pray every day that the Lord will use me as a light for Him and just when I least expect it, I see His light shining through my daughter.

 

 

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12/22/2011 9:59:41 AM
Annetta Reeder United States
Annetta Reeder
     I loved the Christmas Flash Mob!  Praise God!  We should all go tell it on the mountain. Each day more and more of  God is taken out of our schools, country, everyday speech,etc.  When will it be obvious without God all will fail. This is what is wrong with our school systems, government, communities,etc.
     Without God we have no hope. But with God all things are possible. I believe us Christians should stand up stronger than ever before.
     I love your radio station and listen to it everyday.  God bless all of you, and I hope you all have a very Merry CHRISTmas.
12/26/2011 5:47:41 AM
Lloyd United States
Lloyd
Beautiful Story about your daughter. It's great when we parents get a little positive feedback, showing us that we are on the right track.
12/26/2011 8:03:40 AM
Nancy United States
Nancy
The Flash Mob story brought me to tears!  WOW! What a way to reach people at Christmas time!  Way to go.
12/28/2011 6:45:54 AM
Carla Bassett United States
Carla Bassett
This was truly a definition of simple worship.  No orchestra, special effects, lighting, and no rehearsed scripts-just simple words that we have known since grade school. Very moving and loved it!!
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