K-LOVE News

K-LOVE News

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December 5, 2021 13 min
By Richard D. Hunt “What a neat idea to be able to build twin size beds to give to children who don’t have a bed to sleep in.” Pastor Robbie Perkins notes that some kids are sleeping on a couch, maybe a recliner, or in bed with their mom or dad.
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By Richard Hunt First-grader Graeme helps make sure classmates’ families, community, have enough food. “I’m sad to think some of my friends might not have enough food at home.” “He likes math. He likes numbers,” Amber explains, “And when I said ‘one-in-six kids [may be going hungry],’” Graeme immediately realized: “’That’s three kids in my class. That’s this many kids on my baseball team.’” That personalized the statistics for Gra...
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By Richard Hunt “Is God still awake?” That’s a question little Sheila Walsh asked her mother while growing up in Scotland. “I’d gone on up to bed, but I wanted to talk to God about something … I didn’t know what hours God kept.” And mother assured her that “God is open 24/7.” Sheila has crafted a book for children, featuring an adorable little girl named Poppy. “I want little ones to know that they can talk to God at any point i...
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Hope is to ensure these aged-out foster kids find hope and encouragement and don’t drop-off the radar. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.
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“Why was I made like this? And for many years, I was mad at God. I didn’t understand,” but now Marissa does. Marissa Conrad is a successful college sophomore, but “I am so obviously different that sometimes people assume I can’t do much.” That difference is her lack of hands. However, people are very mistaken if that means Marissa is unable to do much. For example, she won an award for “Best Handwriting” in pre-school. She can use ...
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November 5, 2021 21 min
Monika Kelly speaks with Chad "Doc" NeSmith, diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, a form of "tunnel vision" at age 12. He eventually lost his sight, but God had big plans for this man and his wife. Doc got his doctorate in counselor education, opened a private clinic helping children with disabilities and eventually learned how to play golf, blind. He went on to win several national championships and formed a non-pr...
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November 4, 2021 3 min
Billie Branham talks with Tammi Regan about why she takes Hank, the rescue horse, inside local libraries for reading time with kids.
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By Richard D. Hunt Zoe Zimmerman recalls making a boy go home crying, and spraying another boy ‘who smelled bad’ with air freshener. She knows she’s forgiven by God and wants to help others with their issues. Zoe, now a junior at Cedarville University, is reaching out to girls in middle school through the STARS mentorship program. “We just go through a lesson. We talk. We talk about life. And there’s so many influences going on in...
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By Richard D. Hunt One factor that may surprise many, Matthew Holgate shares that “labor trafficking” is the biggest form of trafficking. ‘Human trafficking is one of the most tangible forces of evil that we can see today. Trafficking at its core is people hurting people – and people taking away the freedom that God gave everyone – and using another person’s freedom for their own personal gain.’
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The COVID-19 pandemic pressed the accelerator on a pre-existing trend in the United States. Americans are on the move. Not all of us and not from everywhere, but “we’re seeing the very early stages of a sort of ‘reshuffling’ in the country." People have clearly begun “re-evaluating where they live: looking at housing costs, they’re looking at tax structure -- they’re looking at lifestyle.” K-LOVE's Bob Dittman reports.
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By Richard Hunt https://bit.ly/3ms9aWk High school can be challenging, especially if you don’t have any friends. For Andrew Schultz, who has autism, the lunchroom was especially lonely, “pretty much mostly sadness,’ he shares. “For a mom, that’s very hard.” Lisa was motivated to go to God for help, on her knees, “asking God just to send Andrew one friend…just for one, to fill that loneliness.” Lisa’s heartfelt mom-to-Jesus prayer...
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By Richard Hunt “People will be saved who didn’t even expect to be saved. We’ve heard stories of people coming with a friend and they just met God right there… and they’re like ‘whoa!’” https://www.klove.com/news/faith/october-football-fields-become-fields-of-faith-podcast-26196 For nearly 20 years, student-led prayer and worship has been taking place on cool autumn days or nights at schools across America.
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By Richard Hunt Randy and his wife are making a difference in lives, creating friendships and fun. Years back, when he bought an inexpensive bike at a big box store, Randy Fry had no intention of creating a very active bicycle club with as many as 60 riders hitting the road. But once he experienced riding on the roads and trails around Battlefield/Springfield, Missouri, Randy was hooked on cycling. “You know, when you’re talking t...
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By Richard Hunt Now married, and a new mom, Sadie wants to share things she’s experienced and learned in her new devotional, “Live on Purpose.” Sadie knows that many people often wonder, “Why am I here? What’s my purpose?” In our podcast, she has a simple – yet powerful- answer to that mental dilemma.
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Youth for Christ NYC’s Daniel Sanabria teaches business skills to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated young people to help them change their risky behavior. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.
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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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