Dec 19 2011

My Friend Tommy

Well today is Make A Difference Monday! There are LOTS of opportunities to Make A Difference during the Holidays... Tell me what have you done, Or What you're going to do! I want to share your great ideas on the radio!

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12/19/2011 3:17:33 PM
Paula Bonsu United States
Paula Bonsu
We are a military family that had to move recently but while at our last base in San Antonio we had the Honor of being part of a small group at our (then) church Westover Hills Assembly of God (WHAG). We had an amazing group of people and I just saw on facebook that they recently M.A.D. in a families life for Christmas by buying gifts for the whole family that was in need. The family does not attend the church but our wonderful small group family knew someone was in need and they were happy to be a blessing. I miss and love them all very much!!!!1
12/19/2011 5:05:07 PM
Mike Radosevic United States
Mike Radosevic
Scott, Thanks so much for your inspiring story of meeting Tommy. I will pray for Him and all others who are homeless. I was really blessed with this story and I continue to love and pray for the wonderful things Klove does for all the listeners.

God bless, Mike
12/20/2011 1:14:31 PM
amanda United States
well our Dog is Pinky - a german short hair - she is full of energy and no brain   lol
12/26/2011 11:34:43 AM
Suzy United States
It was Go M.A.D. Monday and my cousins Dmitriy and Timmy, two seniors in highschool, decided they were going to clean up the lunchroom, this was usually done by kids who had detention or just got into some trouble. After they eaten their lunch, they started putting chairs away and folding up the lunch tables. If that wasn't enough, they went out to the halls and started picking up the trash on the ground that was laying around from other's lunches. "Who are these guys, the janitors?" Kids asked as they passed by. lol. It was small, but in God's eyes, every act of kindness is a great big step in the right direction. Your mondays are really making a difference KLove!Smile
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