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KJOL E-Newsletter Vol. 121 – March 2015
“Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.”
- Colossians 3:16 (NIV)
-- Inside This Edition --
The Drop Box Film-Help Save a Life March 3, 4 & 5 @ 7 PM at the Regal
Sharathon 2015- Coming Soon! Thursday – Saturday, April 16-18 from 6 AM to 6 PM on KJOL
Easter Specials- Tune in Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday
From The Manager’s Desk- Get Ready…It’s Coming!
Kurt’s ♫Music Notes♫-New Worship Collections & Audio Adrenaline 3.0
Listener Comments- Notes From The KJOL Family
The Drop Box will be hitting theaters nationwide on March 3, 4, and 5. Presented by Focus on the Family and Kindred Image, this film tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jon-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society.
Showings in over 20 cities have already sold out so get your tickets today!
A portion of the producer’s proceeds goes to support this Pastor’s life-saving ministry. Your movie ticket can help save a life! Find out more about this film by clicking here now!
Pray now about how you can join the KJOL radio family for the first time with your financial gift in Sharathon 2015 or renew/increase your commitment from the past! For frequently asked questions about Sharathon, click here! Updates on our progress will be available at www.kjol.org during the event.
Our theme verse is Matthew 5:16- “…let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” Our need this year is $176,500 and we hope you’ll encourage others to let their light shine with your Faith Promise today by clicking here, and listen April 16th-18th to hear how the Lord is using KJOL to push back the darkness in Western Colorado and the world via our radio and internet ministry.
Remember, we don’t automatically renew or add your Faith Promise from last year! So, let us hear from you April 16th-18th at 254-5565 or now via our Faith Promise form online at www.kjol.org.
Easter Specials- Tune in Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday
The Resurrection: An Answer for This Generation
Friday, April 3 @ 11 AM & Sunday, April 5 @ 2 PM
Tune in for a powerful and life-challenging message on resurrection life for today's Christians. Carter Conlon, Pastor of Times Square Church in New York City, provides a unique message, pleading the case for us to get back to Biblical Christianity... interwoven with impacting testimonies of lives transformed by the Cross.
It IS indeed that time of year as we anticipate our annual fundraising event. I think we could all agree the last several years have been challenging for Christian ministries. But of course, challenges also mean opportunities! Given the culture and social climate we live in today, the opportunities are endless to be "salt and light" in these interesting times.
As a result, we have chosen "Let Your Light Shine" from Matthew 5:16 as the theme for Sharathon 2014. Pastor Jim Cymbala of the Brooklyn Tabernacle once said: "As the world gets darker and more evil, it allows our light to shine brighter." In other words...opportunity! Looking to the coming year, everyone of us will face opportunities to "Let Our Light Shine" for Christ in an increasingly dark world. It is our hope and prayer that even in dark times, we can help you shine for Christ in your home, job, church, community and beyond as you "Hear the Light" on KJOL.
So, to the details! Sharathon 2015 is scheduled for April 16-18 (Thursday through Saturday.) Our need (as I always say - it is a very REAL need) is $176,500. This represents a small increase over the past few years, but increasing costs are a simple fact of life, as I'm sure you understand. We continue to do our very best to be good stewards of your prayerful investment in local Christian radio.
For now, I have a couple favors to ask of you. First, pray for us as we prepare for Sharathon. Second, pray about your part in supporting KJOL for another broadcast year. Also, pray for others to come on board and commit to investing in local Christian radio. And, if you made a commitment during last year's event, please complete that commitment soon as we move on to this year's event. If you have any question about a possible remaining balance, please feel free to call us at 254-5565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll check it out and get back to you as quickly as possible.
OK...I see I asked for more than a "couple" favors. However, it just shows how important you are to us as a member of our radio family. We simply cannot do what we do without your trusting the LORD as you pray and invest in KJOL. Thank you SO much!
Please keep listening for more details as Sharathon 2015 draws closer. If you are the mailing list, a Pre-Sharathon brochure will be in the mail in a couple of weeks. It is your opportunity to help us start Sharathon with a good foundation toward our complete need. Please read it carefully and respond as the LORD leads. And, if you are not on our mailing list, contact us and we can take care of that in no time! Finally, remember you can make your Faith Promise for 2015 right now online and anytime during the event by clicking here!
"Let YOUR light shine!"
Ken Andrews, Manager
Integrity Music has announced a new offering called WorshipMob, a collective of worship leaders from Colorado Springs. Founded by Sean Mulholland and Garrett Chynoweth, the “Mob” began four years ago as a weekly gathering between two local worship teams. Mulholland had formerly played with Richie & Dana Fike, while Chynoweth was orphaned as a child by a deadly polygamist cult and grew up in FBI protection until he was healed by God.
Today, WorshipMob represents 30 local churches whose worship leaders gather to sing, pray, and encourage one another. They have written hundreds of songs and for the first time are releasing a full-length album called “Carry The Fire.”
I Am They releases debut album
“I Am They” is another collective of musicians, this one from Carson City, Nevada, who first performed together at Solomon’s Porch, a regular worship event uniting believers from across the city. Their new self-titled album debuted in the Top 10. The band takes their name from John 17, where Jesus prays for the disciples as "they."
A.D. The Bible Continues
Coming to NBC on Easter Sunday, “A.D. The Bible Continues” is the latest series from Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, creators of “The Bible” mini-series and “Son Of God” (the movie). “A.D.” portrays the events following the Crucifixion. In conjunction, Integrity Music is releasing “Worship Anthems” featuring Paul Baloche, Jeremy Camp, Darlene Zschech, Kari Jobe, and others.
Audio Adrenaline 3.0
One of CCM’s most distinctive bands has undergone a complete overhaul.
In the 1980s, a group of students from Kentucky Christian University started a band that became known as Audio Adrenaline. Their edgy, high energy music included hits such as “Big House” and “Hands and Feet.”
AudioA (as they are known) disbanded in 2007 after lead singer Mark Stuart developed vocal problems. In 2010, Stuart and fellow member Will McGinnis formed a worship project called the “Know Hope Collective.”
In 2012, McGinnis recruited Kevin Max (of DC Talk) to sing lead vocals in a kind of Audio Adrenaline 2.0. Their “Kings And Queens” album was well-received. They even performed a concert at CMU in 2013.
Enter Audio Adrenaline 3.0. As of 2015, all the former members have decided to move on, and for the first time, AudioA does not have a single founding member. The new lead singer is Adam Agee, who says his former group Stellar Kart is “going to hit pause for a while.” The first single from their new album, “Love Was Stronger,” emphasizes harmonies and acoustic guitars and much less of the rock sound of Audio Adrenaline 1.0.
I tried resisting grace
The son of God still took my place
Cause love was stronger
Love was stronger
God bless & protect.
- Dan, Grand Junction
God is Love! Thanks for being so faithful!
- Debbie, Palisade
Thank you. May God bless you (all) always.
- Bill, Grand Junction
Thanks for all you do. Your station and staff are a blessing.
- Lorella, Delta
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