Nov 23 2010

Give Thanksgiving to someone in need

Donate to provide food for starving Africans in Niger

Rachidatou helps her family every day by wetting their garden of Moringa trees. She’s fifteen and attends the local secondary school. She said, “The green leaves are very delicious food for us…. I like working in the garden because you are sure of reaping its fruits soon.”

The Moringa trees are the “Swiss Army Knife” of hunger relief. The leaves are full of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. They help common stomach ailments and turn the tide on malnutrition. The branches can be fed to livestock and will help the produce healthier milk. Plus, the trees are so desirable, families like Rachindatou’s can sell them. She said, “The money we get from the sale of the moringa is … used to … maintain our garden.”

When you give to Thanksgiving 4 Africa, you’re providing food for today and hope for the future. That hope might come in the form of Moringa seeds for a family like Rachindatou’s.

Make a difference today with your gift of $25. And remember, when you give $25, your gift will be multiplied FOUR times. You’ll be feeding FOUR starving people in Africa. How many people can you help?

Donate to Thanksgiving 4 Africa >>

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Nov 22 2010

Chris Tomlin is our guest today!

Chris Tomlin is our guest on the show today! Lots going on in his life lately...Chris is a newlywed (awww!) and has a new album, "And if our God is for Us," that just released last week. Got something you want to say to Chris? Feel free to share it here!

Chris Tomlin on his songs off his new album and the passion behind them:

Chris Tomlin talks about his relationship with his wife and "bowlin'" haircut:

Listen to the full interview

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Nov 22 2010

Happy Make a Difference Monday!

It's Make a Difference Monday! We love hearing what you've been doing to make a difference in the lives of those around you. Perhaps someone has done something for you? Share your ideas here and together, we can make a difference!
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Live at Life Light
Sep 02 2011

Live at Life Light

Our studio here at the Life Light Music Festival

 

Interview with David Frey from Sidewalk Prophets

Story about "You Love Me Anyway"

Remembering 9-11

Interview with Jeremy Camp

Playing at Life Light

New Son and the meaning of his name

Being an example and God moving

Full interview here.

Nooo! George Lucas Makes More Changes to Original Trilogy. K-LOVE News Page

Energency Planning and Checklists. FEMA

Woman gives birth to 16-pound baby K-LOVE News Page

How to get a designer handbag for half price. K-LOVE News Page

Lighten up your Labor Day with these painless swaps. TODAY

9/11 Memorial to feature StoryCorps oral histories. The Wall Street Journal

 

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9/2/2011 2:06:43 PM
Lauren United States
Lauren
I thought I wasn't gonna b able to hear you!
LOL you guys work wonders hahaha THANK YOU for still being on air Laughing
9/2/2011 5:00:17 PM
Gale lane United States
Gale lane
Please" we need you and others to realize that september is "CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH!Will you please put it on your show and use your voice to bring awareness to this for the sake of our children. Do you know about 46/7? well 46 school kids will be diagnoised with cancer a day, and 7 will die everyday from childhood cancers. Please share this so funding can be sought and found for it.We need a cure, you see pink ribbons for breast cancer, and hear about prostate and colon cancer. But bet you didn't know about 46/7. Beaware to care for our children. God bless you and our children.Thank you so much for being a part of my life.
9/3/2011 8:15:59 AM
Dirk United States
Dirk
It's a little old now, but a couple days/weeks (?) ago Kelli was lamenting being "unfashionable". The next time you start to sense that remember that "fashion" would also have you showing your undrwear in various ways. So glad you choose classic elegance, which never goes out of style.

Mostly get to listen to you while driving, and really appreciate you all. Our 3 yo is learning the songs, and linking them to the ones we sing at church. Thanks for your ministry.
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