Jan 25 2010

Have YOU made a Difference???

Today is Make A Difference Monday!!! I love that today is a chance share the Love of Jesus in a practical way! What have you done to make a difference today??? What has someone done for you???

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1/1/2010 10:42:00 AM
Brandon United States
It was no difference to me or to the world as a whole, but a guy on the bus asked me for fifty cents and before I could even turn around to see who the guy was, I had my hand in my pocket and my hand around two of about eight quarters.
1/1/2010 10:46:49 AM
james harvey United States
james harvey
some one made a differnce for me today a really big one!! i was driving my fathers truck and it broke down on me and in the worst spot. i was first in line at an intersection on a busy road and i was trying to go straight and there was a straight lane on my right and a left turn lane on my left. many many cars had passed and i got a bunch of dirty looks and also got hit many time i was pretty scared. i was unable to push the truck my self and a guy pulled up next to me to make a left turn and offerd to help me push it. we were unable to push it by hand and he was willing to push my truck with his truck and said he didnt care if it caused any damager to his truck. this guy really made my day and possibly kept me from serious harm by helping me get ot off the road. he also said that if i wasnt able to get my truck home i could park it at his house and work on it there. what an amazing guy i realled needed that today to. it amazes me how good works somtimes i belieave that my car breaking dow was part of his plan so that he could show his work through somone. i dont know if he listens to klove but i would really appericate if you could air this so i can say thank you again becuase i was so caught up in the moment that i never proerly thanked him and id really like to. thank you klove.
1/1/2010 10:58:31 AM
Robin Brokaw United States
Robin Brokaw
"Oh when the saints go marching in" has been my song I hope the saints win I think its been a long time and they really deserve it..
1/1/2010 5:44:58 PM
Summit United States
omigosh every monday is a difference for me because God had blessed me with my wonderful school in which i can truly feel at home. i use to go to a public school and i was HORRIBLY! now my school is a special school in which we all care about each other. so every monday God has blessed me with a unpayable blessing to see all of my classmates faces and to let my troubles be released and relaxed.
1/1/2010 6:11:53 PM
Laurie Bradford United States
Laurie Bradford
Scott and Kelli,

The Lord just touched me deeply through the drive-up teller at the bank!

My father-in-law died last October. Because my husband died a few years ago, I've been left alone to handle his father's estate. It's been heart-wrenching work, but Dad Bradford was a fine man, a real pillar of the community. Immediately after Dad's death, his friends and fans encouraged me with stories of his personal kindnesses to them. But, understandably, the stories have stopped and life is going on.

Today, I received a check from Dad's life insurance company and wanted to drop it off at the bank. But I chose not to go in because the very presence of that check had me ready to cry. So I pulled into a drive-up lane and greeted the teller.

When Martina saw the check, she stopped to tell me how much Dad had meant to her family--particularly how kind he'd been to her son, Carlos. It was just the comfort I needed today.

I didn't know quite what to say in return, except, "Thanks, Martina." I pulled away with tears starting to well in my eyes. I'm going to have to write her a thank-you note.

But more than that, I'm thanking Jesus for meeting the needs of my heart on a very down day.

God is so-o-o good!

1/1/2010 6:41:24 PM
andrea United States
our school is doing a penny for hati drive and i think it is awesome.that is when you take all the pennies you have at home we collect it and send it to a salvation  army. and we are also are doing a dollar at lunch for hati when we(if we can give a dollar for every school lunch we buy and that is send to a salvation army. so far we haven't gotten a lot,but we have 5 dollars so far
1/1/2010 6:47:18 PM
summit United States
omigosh how do i explain this feeling? that phone call earlier about the man who hasn't gotten his pay check, i just started crying huge tears. than you everone in klove
1/28/2010 4:34:53 PM
Chloe Kay United States
Chloe Kay
It's not always make a difference monday for me, but a random weekday. Our church youth group (Life Teen) randomly does things for ppl in the neighborhood. In the fall we rake leaves, send care packeages to college students, give out dinners to others, and help out with our food pantry.
All of us look forward to these things because it makes a happy making others happy by doing the little things.
Even the elders at our church "look up to us" because of our kindness towards the members of the congregation. They love to the youth doing things trying to make a difference in our parish community.
2/1/2010 7:26:37 AM
melissa Cushman United States
melissa Cushman
I lost my way sometime ago, I always had faith, but like most, did things my way. I fell and got lost, I always wanted to be a good person, be a good christian,but others and myself for many years keep me from that path, I longed to walk! I hated my life, was suicidial,used alchol to take away the pain, fears and even drugs and lost hope and could not see the light, till Febuary 17th, 2010! I was watching an informercial and it was neehim.org! I never knew within myself how strong my faith really was and How easy it really was to Just talk to God, repent and ask for his forgiveness, I cried so much and by time I stop crying I felt such peace, such love, such hope! My sins were washed away, God had forgiven my sins and took my hand and started me back on that path! Later that afternoon I was telling my boyfriend that I need to stop and find my Bible at his place, when I got there he handed me The greatest gift one person could give another, he too find his way,He Found God and was walking that path, but he too was once lost and did things, he too did alot of the things I have and when he found God was able to turn away from those things that keeped him from being close  God, from being a christian and that was 20 yrs. ago. He had a Bible he carried along with him for that walk into God's path, from the beginning of his walk on that path, his journey and he turned to me and Said I have something for you, he then turned and handed me his Bible, so that I can have it with me on my walk with God! I can't tell you how emotional and touching that was to me and how much it meant to me! That is the greatest gift anyone person has ever or could ever give me! Of course, he went and bought a new Bible for himself, but I know how that Bible carried him through those 20 yrs. of his life and was such apart of his life, he loved greatly to pass it on to me and that moment has changed me in such away and was God's way of talking to me too through him as well! I am blessed, I am saved and I will never let anything keep me from My journey with God, my faith! I want to praise God for his mysterious workings and glorious love for all of us! Pray, believe, trust, love and walk with God for there is no other way, he is the only way! Amen!!!!!!
2/1/2010 10:38:51 AM
melissa Cushman United States
melissa Cushman
D.O. You made a difference in my life,may  God Bless you and praise you for most the loving and giving thing you could of ever have given me, such a beautiful gift to me!
2/11/2010 1:56:10 AM
Stephen United States
When I was going through my divorce I discovered something called parental alienation.  I could have just said I would only going to fight for my child but realized that millions of children, hundreds of thousands of fathers and thousands of mothers were going through the same thing.  So I started doing what I could to help bring knowledge and understanding to the issue by forming www.WheresDADDY.org (which also contains www.WheresMOMMY.org) and www.AChildsRights.org.
4/15/2010 2:32:56 AM
Maddie United States
Yesterday (Sunday) I was on my way back from church and the Bible Superstore by myself. It was really nice outside but suddenly, a sheet of rain came across the town I go to college in. I was turning onto a side street when I saw a boy that lives in my dorm room running down the sidewalk in the pouring rain. I tried to get his attention but there was a car behind me. So I turned into a little dirt parking lot, turned around and tried to get his attention again but he still didn't see me. So I pulled out onto the street and honked at him, as he turned around I smiled and waved! I rolled down the window and asked him if he wanted a ride! Then I finally introduced myself. He lives in my building, is in one of my lab classes, and most important I often see him at Campus Crusade for Christ! I told him I was on my way back from church and getting my boyfriend that is in the Marines a card to send to encourage him to continue his walk with God.
4/30/2010 9:17:02 PM
Dee United States
Today a co-worker of mine had no lunch and no money.
So I bought him lunch. Just feeding the least of these.

4/30/2010 10:37:15 PM
Jack United States
Today our sink was overflowing with dishes. So I decided to wash all of them for my mom. When she came down stairs she was so happy.
5/1/2010 6:55:34 AM
Mattie United States
This is how I made a difference:  last Christmas I found
out about a little girl named Abby.  She lives in Oklahoma and has been battling luekemia since age 3 (she's now 5) she was adopted from Guatamala.  Her only wish was to adopt a baby brother or sister!  A 5 year old's wish was to help someone else!  Unfortunetly with all the medical bills and such this family couldn't afford the insanely expensive adoption.  So, I decided to give up all of my Christmas gifts and ask for money for Abby's Wish.  I did countless fundraisers and the grand total after Christmas was $3,000!  Before I started I asked God to give me a goal, that goal was $1,000.  God tripled the goal!  After Christmas, I just wasn't done yet!  So for my birthday I threw a big Abby's Wish birthday party.  Again, I only asked for donations.  After my birthday I raised another $1,000 dollars.  Through that whole time God was faithful.  Abby is still battling cancer, so please pray for her.  I forgot to mention that I am 12 years old.  Don't you just love God?!

PS y'all did a story on my family a few weeks back.  My mom, Lorraine did a phone interview about my little sister Chrissie.  Who is struggling for life in PICU after major heart 29 days ago.  Pray for us too please!
9/11/2010 7:39:45 PM
Jessie United States
I'm in the seventh grade. For the last few weeks I have and want to continue to show God's love to a boy that isn't very "popular" or liked. I am having a blast being kind to him!
12/21/2010 1:38:15 PM
TERRI United States
a friend of mine at church has a vary serious health problem and his wife is very busy trying to earn money for the family. i felt i could do something to help just by taking dinner over for them today.God always meets our needs as long as we are making an effort to help others.please pray for Chris, he is wonderful and needs healing and his wife needs prayer too, for strength thru this very difficult time.thanku and god bless.
12/29/2010 11:59:57 AM
Jessica United States
I paid for a Hunger Box to give to someone in need.
1/12/2011 1:31:27 PM
Brandon Tharman United States
Brandon Tharman
i want to thank all the people who help support this station because every day i can get encouraged by the great music every day when i get low and sad
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