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KJOL E-Newsletter Vol. 171- June 2019

"And he awoke and rebuked the wind and said to the sea, 'Peace! Be still!' And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm."

- Mark 4:39

-- Inside This Edition –

What's Happening- VBS, Summer Camp, Father's Day, Summer Bummer?
From The Manager’s Desk- Baby Boomers, Baby Diapers and Baby Lessons

Kurt's Music News-Worship Central
Listener Comments- New & Faithful Friends Respond

What's Happening- Vacation Bible School

VBS

Vacation Bible School

June kicks off a summer of VBS! Find an event near you, on the KJOL Community Calendar.  See something missing?  If your church or para-church ministry has a VBS event to share, let us know! We would love to pass it along.


camp

 Summer camping opportunities for kids and families in the Western Slope. For a repudable camp near you, again, check out the KJOL Community Calendar.

We are big fams of Teepee Bible Camp and Twin Peaks Bible Camp.

fathers day

Father's Day

Father's Day is June 16th, and we want to challenge you to show your appreciation to a dad in your life! Family Life Today has some ideas for you.  

summer bummer

Summer Bummer?

Summer Bummer or Summer Hummer?? Things are humming right along here at KJOL; and we especially need your financial support during this time.  We are certainly excited about all the opportunities God is placing before us, and with your help, we can make the month of June, a Summer Hummer!

If you'd like to send a gift this month, click here!

From The Manager’s Desk

David AndrewsBaby Boomers, Baby Diapers, and Baby Lessons.
 
What a world this is turning out to be! I say that with a smile, knowing full well that “the good old days” were never all that they have been cracked up to be either.  Let’s face it; every generation carries its own set of struggles and problems.

Here at KJOL, our staff is a good representation of the different generations from "Baby Boomers" on down.  And we get a kick out of teasing each other about the differences in age groups.  But you know, with the “peculiarities” of the different generations, one commonality of those generations alive today with those that were alive in the past, is that we all have sin to reckon with.  That is sin in the world, sin in our own lives and hearts, and sin in other people.  And that can make for some hard times.  Only with Christ, is there hope.

Mark 4:39 says "And he awoke and rebuked the wind and said to the sea, “Peace! Be still!” And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm."

And there was a great calm.  As a busy graying old overweight decrepit father of three kids under the age of 5…one of them 3 weeks old, one of them very energetic, and one of them with diabetes…I so LOVE that Christ is our calm.  When life is anything but calm, He is…He has our lives safely in His hands. 
 
And in the seasons of struggle, He also brings us seasons of new life. 

I'm happy to tell you about new life...in my life. Children are really such a blessing from the Lord; and as a proud dad of a new baby girl born this month, thanks for letting me share a few pictures of our little Abigail Kind, born on May 8th, 8 lbs 1 ounce, with a stretch of 19.5 inches. 

 
Here’s to the Prince of Peace and the Calmer of Storms.

-Dave Andrews
KJOL Station Manager


Kurt's Music News Three new musicians to KJOL

KurtWorship Central: How a London Anglican Church Leads Revival

Mainstream church membership in England has been declining for years, but  hundreds of dynamic new churches (such as Hillsong) are reversing that trend.
 
One of England’s biggest churches is actually “home grown.”  Holy Trinity Brompton is an evangelical member of the Anglican Church.  They meet in a 200-year old church in central London, but they are now the largest Anglican Church in England.  HTB, as it is known, is best known for creating the Alpha Course, a seeker-friendly evangelistic series of discussions. 
 
HTB is also known for its music.  In 2006, Tim Hughes and Al Gordon began Worship Central, a ministry to train worship pastors and to produce new music for churches. 
 
Tim Hughes had previously learned worship under Matt Redman at Soul Survivor Watford, another Anglican Church.  For years, they both helped lead Soul Survivor, a yearly worship festival begun in 1993 (by a 15 year old Matt Redman!). Hughes is known for his song “Here I Am To Worship.”
 
The son of an Anglican vicar, Hughes is now lead pastor at an HTB church in Birmingham, England.  Luke and Anna Hellebronth lead worship at Hughes’ church.

Listener Comments- Faithful Friends Respond

"Thank you so much for the Goodies. Love my mug!"  -Barb, Grand Junction
 
"Thanks for "In Touch" at 3 pm and "Living on the Edge" at 9 pm!" -Butch, Grand Junction
 
"Continue to let the light of Jesus shine through you! God is great and greatly to be praised! -Debbie, Palisade
 
"Thanks for the programs you provide for the listeners on the Western Slope. I think Pastor Clark will do well on Back to the Bible. Pastor Jobe, Moody President, is so practical. God bless KJOL and all representing the programs." -Linda, Grand Junction
 
"Keep up the good work, May God bless you." -Bettie, Loma

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