K-LOVE News

K-LOVE News

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December 7, 2022 3 min
Billie Wright talks with Jeff Mosier, East Central Indiana Director for Fellowship for Christian Athletes about how he leads teenagers toward Christ through the annual event, Fields of Faith in Muncie, Indiana.
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By Richard Hunt “When I have my adoptions, I talk about the superheroes that were adopted, fictional characters – Superman, Spiderman and Batman were all adopted in different ways,” which helps the kids being adopted to better understand what adoption is. “The best adoption in the Bible is when we figure out, we can’t make it through this world on our own and we cry out for God’s help, and he adopts us right away and saves us.”
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Monika Kelly speaks to Pastor Greg Laurie, author of Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon. The book has been made into a movie to be released December 5-7, 2022 for a limited run in theaters nationwide. Pastor Greg speaks candidly about Johnny Cash's faith in Jesus as well his battles with drug addiction. Johnny Cash left a legacy of sharing the Gospel at Billy Graham Crusades, on his records and even in Folsom Priso...
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“Young man, what are you doing to help the poor and suffering?” Hal Donaldson was pierced to his soul by her words. “Everyone can do something.” Donaldson was interviewing Mother Teresa when she asked him the question that would inspire him to launch Convoy of Hope. He went home, bought $600 groceries for hungry neighbors and in the years since 1994, the international ministry he founded has given away $2-Billion relief supplies wo...
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By Richard Hunt There are plans for seven seasons in all, sticking with “an authentic and intimate picture of Jesus’ life and ministry, seen through the eyes of the people who knew him.”
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No arms? No legs? No problem! “Whether you’re an amputee, double amputee, triple amputee, you’re paralyzed, our skydiving, our scuba, our car races -- they are all adaptive capable.” In fact, the leaders and trainers at RR events are themselves disabled vets. “Our skydiving program manager, he’s an 82nd airborne guy, double amputee.” Participation in these events can bring a soldier camaraderie and a renewed sense of purpose toward...
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Collaboration between Nashville Police and mental health professionals are changing the way policing is done. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.
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Monika Kelly speaks to Matt Belwood, National Director Deaf Teen Quest as part of Youth for Christ. Matt is an advocate for deaf and hard of hearing teens and describes how caring Christian adults come alongside of deaf teens to help them navigate their youth and faith.
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By Richard Hunt Because Tennessee has a large number of Jeep owners, “In the Jeep community I learned that there is this love language with rubber ducks…when that Jeep owner comes out and they see that rubber duck (on the hood) they’re just so encouraged, they know someone is thinking about them.” For Pastor David Evans, that generated a question: “How can we use this to introduce people to Jesus?” He saw the cute little yellow ...
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Kids are getting pills that look like Xanax or Percocet online or in the locker room. Often laced with fentanyl, these deadly drugs can be 100x stronger than morphine. “It’s terrifying,” says Pat Aussem of the Partnership to End Addiction. Ed Ternan, co-founder of Song for Charlie lost his college-aged son to one pill and now helps other parents warn their children. “We still say ‘just say no’ but we spell it K. N. O. W. because ma...
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By Richard Hunt “Our drive and our desire behind that is that everyone, everywhere, could have access to the life-changing story about Jesus … in their heart language.” When people “see Jesus speaking their own language – and hearing it – in their own language, it becomes a spiritual breakthrough for many many people.”
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By Richard Hunt Daniel Boll shares with seriousness the risk of not explaining the Gospel to children. “The stat comes from Barna Research – 4% of teens accept Christ when given a chance. 6% of adults will accept. But with kids, it’s 32% accept Jesus when they’re given a chance.” So once a child begins to mature, the odds of him or her forming a saving relationship with Jesus diminish greatly. “I want them to experience what Go...
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Billie Branham talks with interior designer, Alysa Butterfield about why she’s donating her services to renovate a women’s shelter in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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By Richard Hunt Isaiah Kofie heard some unexpected music coming from the basement where his son, Jude, had been looking at musical instruments. “I was listening to the news in the living room – and I heard him play something on the keyboard, for the very first time, in the basement.” To his father’s amazement, Jude, then age 10, was playing a Ghanian worship song like an experienced keyboardist. Except he wasn’t.
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By Richard Hunt The water from a major flood is contaminated with mud, chemicals, livestock and human waste, bacteria, and many more unpleasant and even dangerous elements. But salvaging essential things, like clothing, is often necessary. So how do you make it safe and wearable? There’s a ministry for that. Carolyn Gray leads the team that brings this unique blessing.
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American Heritage Girl’s Pen Pal Program encourages girls to connect by writing letters to each other. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.
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By Richard Hunt Dr. Robert Clark makes history real, and sometimes he breaks into a song. ‘The Singing Professor?’ Yes, he sometimes sings to explain an historic moment, but he’s not a showman. He’s a teacher who loves his students.
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Food costs more these days. COVID-19 shutdowns drove up the price of labor, fertilizer and fuel needed to move crops from farms to factories to stores and eventually to your kitchen. What can you do? Should you panic buy? Comparison shop? K-LOVE’s Billie Branham checks in with Assoc Prof. Joe Balagtas at Purdue University and Jordan Page, lifestyle blogger and mom of 8 for proven tips on cutting your grocery bill. [Educational Medi...
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Billie Branham talks with Josh Clayton, an online gamer using platforms to walk with people through hard times and share his faith.
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By Richard Hunt A ministry event called “Late Night Pancakes” has been an annual event At EKU for years, but the most recent pancake dinner saw an explosion of student interest. “We ended up serving about 5,000 pancakes to about 2,500+ students.” That’s unheard of. Jake describes the patiently-waiting students outside BCM’s building as “a large swarm of people” and shares that “we were trying to cook the pancakes as fast as we ...
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