K-LOVE News

K-LOVE News

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September 20, 2021 9 min
By Richard Hunt With hundreds of school venues taking place nationally, we share the plans in one Midwest region, East Central Indiana. Ethan, a senior musician, acknowledges that it takes “a lot of courage” to gather with others at the flagpole, publicly displaying faith in Jesus. Ethan says at some schools, not his, he knows standing-up for Jesus “is not cool.” Kayla, a senior vocalist, describes SYATP: “I think it’s beautiful. A...
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The Hidden Genius Project began when five business and tech titans, all black men, partnered to mentor black boys for careers in science and technology in Oakland California. Not only do 95% of program participants graduate from high school, but many go on to head up other impactful social and educational outreaches in their communities. K-LOVE's Kindra Ponzio talks with founding exec. director Brandon Nicholson. (Educational M...
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GenZ Christians have questions about practical faith. They want Scripture-based solutions for the issues they face alongside their friends. “I can no longer avoid truths about racial injustice, about environmental destruction and I do not know if the Church cares about this.” For them it’s pastoral – not political. K-LOVE's Monika Kelly reports. (Educational Media Foundation - All Rights Reserved 2021)
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By Richard Hunt After losing a job, 24-year-old Ken Walker was low on money and confidence in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He found help and encouragement at the Union Gospel Mission. “Up and Running” - a half marathon - gives Ken Walker confidence for his life!
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K-LOVE's Monika Kelly speaks to Mark Martin, founder and CEO of Build Up Birmingham, a non-profit organization with a path for low-income students to complete high school, an associate's degree, all the way working their way towards home ownership in their own community. Build Up students work with local construction and real estate experts, hands-on, to rehab homes, eventually leading to purchasing those homes.
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Billie Branham talk with chef Michael Casper about how he manages to feed thousands of families in Portland, Oregon
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Tim Carentz worked as a young Air Force medic at the Pentagon crash site. He suffered his first panic attack the next year and was eventually diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). After struggling with nightmares, fits of rage and suicidal thoughts, he finally reached out to a chaplain for help. Leaning on faith in Jesus and the support of his military community, he retired from the USAF as a Chief Master Sergeant a...
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Kevin Ellers D. Min, stood in sacred silence alongside firefighters and chaplains at Ground Zero when human remains were found in the rubble of what recovery workers called ‘The Pile.’ His experience revealed the awful truth that most first responders are not properly trained to process their own very normal human emotions in the face of tragedy. He then dedicated his life to trauma care, eventually designing curriculum with titles...
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By Richard Hunt Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives as four airliners were hijacked by Islamic terrorists on September 11, 2001. Pastor Mickey Stonier explains, “9/11 drew us together as a nation 20 years ago. People of faith and even different faiths united together for the sake of loving one another.” He also notes America is not that way these days. In our podcast, Pastor Mickey offers advice to cope with these unusual times...
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By Richard Hunt “We’re glad and we’re proud and we’re honored to do it…but our ultimate hope – and our only hope – is in our risen Savior. And that’s what we want to offer people for healing,” declares Pastor Scott Brown of Waverly (Tenn.) First Baptist Church. In the time since the dramatic flood roared through town taking more than 20 lives, the church has served as a shelter, then developed into a feeding station, and also a ba...
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By Richard Hunt “Crime doesn’t stop just because it’s 3 in the morning, so I have to be ready to be able to go 24/7.” And Molly knows, too. Perhaps, like never before, law enforcement members need encouragement. They often deal with the dark side of humanity and see and experience things that can only be compartmentalized for so long. One man and one dog are doing their part to make a difference. Chaplain Ron Leonard and therapy...
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By Richard Hunt Was pilot Joel Boyers fearful? No. “Something just told me that, like, ‘it was going to be okay.’ That God was going to be with me.” Joel plucked 17 people from rooftops and other uncomfortable places. One flood survivor he helped told him about a girl clinging to a tree, with a dog. They found her, still holding that dog she had rescued, and got both to safety. It wouldn’t be fully known until some days later, but ...
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By Richard Hunt Would this be a particularly good time to talk with children about God? “Absolutely. I think if we can help them to see that – even in the midst of the most crazy times – we have help, we have strength from God, then we’re setting them up for success – we can model that for them, too.” The thoughts of pastor and author Levi Lusko. “I am gravely concerned about my own mental health, and especially kids, too. These ...
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Hope is to teach their own 2 children with Down Syndrome basic life skills while raising awareness for special needs. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.
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Doctors say your disease can be treated, but it cannot be cured. Your life becomes a swirl of appointments and pills. Finances suffer. Even your faith takes a hit. You feel alone, as loved ones can often be the last to accept the diagnosis. But there's hope for living well with chronic illness. K-LOVE's Billie Braham talks with licensed clinical social worker Susan Rodriguez and Pamela Piquette, founder of Chronic Joy Minis...
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By Richard Hunt When Jennifer saw the text from the recruiter asking if her son, Peyton, would be interested in a military career, “I laughed, actually. I laughed out loud for half-a-second, then it just hit me with a little bit of sadness.” You see, Jennifer’s son is non-verbal special needs. Now while all this might have become unpleasant, it didn’t. That’s because the heart of a loving mom, and the kindness of a military profes...
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By Richard Hunt More than a million people have been affected by the magnitude 7.2 earthquake that struck this past Saturday “and 540,000 of those are kids who are displaced,” explains Forhetz, “and the Lord blessed us in such a way that we already have a children’s feeding program going on on the island … we’ve been in Haiti operating since 2006.”
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“When people hurt, you hurt.” – Pastor Eric Camp Camp, who pastors Collective Church in Pascagoula, tell us, believers from at least 10 churches took part in the car-based evening prayer at three hospitals. “We were asking God, first of all, to strengthen the medical personnel, to bless them, keep them safe, to heal those who have COVID in the hospital…and bring relief during this pandemic.” In our podcast, Pastor Eric offers a po...
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By Richard Hunt Faith: “It’s a part of who I am, and so that means a lot of just giving my life, my workouts, my competitions over to God … there’s a lot more peace that comes with that.” – Grace Norman In our podcast, Grace offers her take on the current buzz-topic of athletes’ mental health and she describes the way she focuses with cues, “seeing yourself into the moment and the now, instead of getting caught up in what’s coming...
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Billie Branham talks with Chicago Eco House founder and president Quilen Blackwell about his impact on neighborhoods in Chicago
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