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  • Monday, April 17, 2017

    It's time for KLOVE's Spring Pledge Drive and I'm already blown away by the stories that are rolling in...stories of lives that have been changed!

    In fact, we heard from a listener in Florida who said "My 7-year-old son wanted to donate $20 to KLOVE, because he loves KLOVE! Today, when I was driving with him, he asked me 'Daddy, can I have this car when I grow older? It has KLOVE in it!'"

    If you give to KLOVE, thank you! If not, will you join us? You can be a part of writing life-changing stories...for 7-year-old kids in Florida, and for your family!

  • Monday, April 17, 2017

    There's a group of kids who are homeless in Chicago, who are feeling a bit of love today!

    Angela Hicks runs a transitional housing charity called “Margaret's Village.”  She said that a group of teenagers and retirement home residents worked together the other day to assemble Easter baskets for 50 kids! They made sure to include useful things like writing utensils and even toothbrushes. And, of course, candy!

    Angela said “Unfortunately, candy and an Easter basket is a luxury for us because we're trying to make sure that we have enough money to keep the lights on, to keep the heat going, to have food for the shelter.”

    She went on to stress what a difference these simple Easter baskets make. She said “People like to think of children as resilient. But children are really sponges. They soak up all the energy, all the pain…we don't want the children to have a horrible image of this period in their lives when they were homeless.”

    One of the teens that helped to assemble the Easter baskets said it so well when she said “I just want to see the smile on their faces. It just makes me happy and I know they're happy.”

     

  • Thursday, April 13, 2017

    With Easter Sunday coming up this weekend, I've been thinking a lot about Jesus and who He is. He demonstrated the huge, loving heart of God to everyone he met. He showed the lengths that He was willing to go to for us, by dying on the cross.

    I saw this thought today:

    “Jesus washed the dirty feet of

    Judas, who betrayed him,

    Peter, who denied him,

    & the disciples, who

    deserted him.

    That's what God is like.”

    Isn't that beautiful?! It got me thinking. Do you know someone who has been Jesus to you? Someone who showed you love when others turned away? Maybe it was a teacher, a pastor, your spouse…or your kid.

    I would love to hear about it! Who has shown the heart of Jesus to you?