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KJOL E-Newsletter Vol. 138 â€“ September 2016
â€śIf any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given to him.â€ť
- James 1:5 (ESV)
-- Inside This Edition --
Cry Out!-A Free Simulcast Prayer Event for Women Sept. 23 from 7-10 PM in Clifton & Paonia
Fields of Faith- Tuesday, September 27 @ 6:30 PM @ Stocker Stadium
Ministry Spotlight- Featuring â€śFather to the Fatherlessâ€ť Tonight at 7 PM
Womenâ€™s Conference- Surprised By The Healer â€“ Oct. 15 in Colorado Springs
From The Managerâ€™s Desk-Thank YOU!
Kurtâ€™s â™«Music Notesâ™«-New Artists Who Are Already Nashville Veterans
Listenerâ€™s Corner- Giving So Others May Hear!
Revive Our Hearts is presenting Cry Out!Â - a free simulcast prayer event for women.Â Clifton Christian Church (615 I-70 Business Loop in Clifton), and Paonia Christian Fellowship (3rd & Box Elder in Paonia), are hosting this simulcast prayer event.Â Join your hearts and hands with thousands of women across this land to cry out to the Lord from 7 to 10 PM on Friday, September 23rd.Â
Our world is grieving in the wake of recent violence, death, and destruction. Although the days grow darker, itâ€™s not a time to despair.
Now is an opportunity for the Lord to display His power like He has in the pastâ€”to revive the church and save the lost.
If only we will ask.
Desperate times call for urgent prayer. Thereâ€™s no other answer than to join our hearts to seek Godâ€™s face. Itâ€™s time for the wailing women to come (Jer. 9:17).
Joni Eareckson Tada, Kay Arthur, and more will be joining Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth for a historic prayer gathering. Listen to Nancy share how you can join with thousands of women on September 23.
Gather your friends, join a group, or learn about hosting a location.
â€śWhen the righteous cry for help, the LORD hears.â€ť (Ps. 34:17)
Fields of Faith- Tuesday, September 27 @ 6:30 PM @ Stocker Stadium Join thousands of community members in asking God to make Himself known as you take a stand at the 2nd annual Fields of Faith at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction! Â Students and their families are invited to join thousands of others meeting on athletic fields across the nation on Tues., September 27 @ 6:30 PM to humble themselves in prayer, worship together, and challenge one another to read the Bible and apply it to their lives.Â The event is FREE, family friendly, and tailgating begins at 5:30 PM with concessions available.Â Find out more by clicking here now, calling Tina @ 970-628-4690 or emailing email@example.com.
Our new program, Ministry Spotlight, continues to bring a focus on ministries God is using locally, nationally, and around the world. Listen tonight at 7 PM for Mathias Mulumba, founder of Father to the Fatherless International, based in Grand Junction, CO. We will hear his captivating story of being an abused "fatherless" Ugandan street orphan, who grew up to found a ministry to the orphans and widows in Uganda. Be encouraged with God's leading and provision, be challenged to a life of integrity and ministry, and be faithful to HIS call. Tune in tonight @ 7 PM for the next Ministry Spotlight and remember if you miss the program, youâ€™ll be able to listen online anytime after it airs by going to our Special Programming page at kjol.org!Â
Join women ages 18-80 to hear teaching from Dr. Juli Slattery & Linda Dillow Saturday, October 15 from 8:30 AM-3:30 PM at Rocky Mountain Calvary Church in Colorado Springs.Â The day will be filled with community worship and Truth from God.Â Tickets are available now until September 15 for $44 and $49 afterward.Â Tickets include lunch and may be purchased now at authenticintimacy.com/colorado.Â
Teenage girls (14-17yrs), are invited to join Abby Ludvigson (sexbydesign.com), while the older women are experiencing the Womenâ€™s Conference.Â She will share Godâ€™s design for sex, the promise of His grace, forgiveness when we mess up and practical ways to walk out sexual integrity in a sex-crazed world. Tickets are $25 and include lunch.Â Details at authenticintimacy.com/events
From The Managerâ€™s Desk- Thank YOU!
After a pretty challenging Summer, I'm grateful to say that August was a surprisingly good month, and we were able to significantly reduce our shortfall to date. As I've said (probably too often), May was a very hard month, but we are chipping away at that deficit, and we are SO thankful to each of you who prayed and shared. Many of you gave extra - even sacrificially - and that is very humbling and sobering to us. Again, thank you! With two thirds of the year gone, we are trusting the LORD to fulfill our need in the final third of 2016. HE is faithful!
You may have noticed a new voice on KJOL. Her name is Leslie Kell, a very talented and bright young lady who is excited to be a part of local Christian radio. You can welcome her with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and learn more about her on the "About Us" page at www.kjol.org. We are excited to have Leslie on board; she is already a great addition to our staff.
Please keep us in your prayers, as it looks to me that the rest of 2016 will be a BUSY one! We do appreciate your part as a member of our radio Family.
Ken Andrews, Manager
Kurtâ€™s â™«Music Notesâ™«-New Artists Who Are Already Nashville Veterans
This month, we feature another group of â€śnew artistsâ€ť at KJOL.Â However, as you will see, most of them are already veteran musicians or come from families with a long history of musical experience.
Fans of Avalon will no doubt recognize the voice, if not the face, of Jody McBrayer (on right), who left Avalon in 2007.Â He joins Doug Anderson, formerly with Signature Sound, and vocalist TaRanda Greene.Â Their new sound is kind of like Avalon, Selah, and Gaither Vocal Band!
For the last ten years, Hilary Scott has been lead vocalist for the hugely popular country music group Lady Antebellum.Â She was homeschooled by her Nashville musician parents, who join her on her new Christian music release featuring Hilary Scott and the Scott Family.
In 2004, Mike Grayson formed a contemporary Christian band called, for lack of a better name, MIKESCHAIR (yes, named after the chair in Graysonâ€™s Belmont University dorm room).Â Meanwhile, another student at Belmont named Molly Reed had a secret crush on her classmate Mike Grayson.Â When MIKESCHAIR needed a manager for their new band, Molly got the job, and eventually, in 2013, she and Mike got married.Â
In 2012, Molly Reed formed a group called City Harbor.Â Then, in 2016, they retired from their separate groups and formed their own duo, Grayson-Reed.
18-year-old Hannah Kerr is a singer-songwriter and the daughter of a Nashville music producer.Â She also helps lead worship at Brentwood Baptist Church.Â She is the debut artist of Made2Thrive Records started by Mark Hall of Casting Crowns.
This gift is to help with summer giving.
- Dan, Grand Junction
Thank you for your faithfulness.
- Debbie, Palisade
In God we trust.
- Bill, Hotchkiss
I really appreciate your programming.
- Joan, Grand Junction
The good Lord continue to bless and keep you all for your awesome ministry through Christ-honoring praise, preaching and proclamation.
- Jeff, Paonia
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