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KJOL E-Newsletter Vol. 116 – October 2014
“Now we ask you, brothers and sisters, to acknowledge those who work hard among you, who care for you in the Lord and who admonish you. Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work. Live in peace with each other.”
- I Thessalonians 5:12-13 (NIV)
-- Inside This Edition --
Word To Remember Contest- A Chance to Win A Free Weekend to Remember
Pastor Appreciation Month-Ideas for October & Beyond
From The Manager’s Desk- It’s Coming!
Kurt’s ♫Music Notes♫- New Kids On The Block, 2014, Part 3 (plus twins!)
Listener Comments- Overflowing With Thanks!
You still have a couple more chances to win a FREE Weekend to Remember Marriage Getaway! Listen for the "Word To Remember" throughout the day now-Oct. 3 on KJOL and remember our contest line - 970-254-5555. At 5:15 PM each day, one couple who can quote the "Word for the Day" has a chance to win a book from Family Life Today and a couple’s registration to a Weekend to Remember of your choice. Friday, October 3rd the Grand Prize Package will be awarded including two books from Family Life Today, a complimentary couple’s registration to the Estes Park Weekend to Remember– November 7-9, along with a two-night hotel stay at Rocky Mountain Park Inn for said event. Note: One winner per family, Grand Prize winners must be married, and Weekend to Remember prize registrations are non-transferrable. To register at a discounted rate for a Weekend to Remember click here now or call 1800FLTODAY and mention the code RADIOKJOL for $100 off your next Weekend to Remember Marriage Getaway.
Pastor Appreciation Month is a special time set aside each year to honor pastors and pastoral families for the hard work, sacrificial dedication and multiple blessings provided by these special people. Pastor Appreciation Sunday is coming up October 12th, so make plans to show your appreciation for those shepherds in your life by downloading your free clergy appreciation guide today or clicking the links below.
The Holidays, of course....and with Fall officially underway, it won't be long before we are celebrating with thanks, God's goodness and provision - AND - the provision of His Son too. It is always our desire to provide the best in programming during this special season, with music and programs that keep our focus on the LORD. Please pray for us as we prepare the programming that reminds us continually of the real "Reason for the Season!"
I'm glad to report that our service to Paonia and Hotchkiss is greatly improved and I was able to check it first hand in late September. Replacement equipment is working well and a good back-up unit is in hand too - "just in case." Some work is scheduled at our KJYE (1400 AM) site in Delta. Since we installed the new KJYE transmitter in June, we've been very pleased with the coverage it provides. However, a little tuning is in order so again, please pray!
This final quarter in 2014 will be, as in every year, crucial to our ability to fully meet all our financial obligations and prepare for 2015. Overall, 2014 has been a pretty good year, but income the last couple months have been a bit challenging. While September income came up a bit short of projections, (thankfully) many responded very generously in late September. Thank you!! And, again, a request for you to pray as we always want to be good stewards of our resources and honor the LORD in our conduct at local Christian radio.
In all things, we rejoice in the LORD's faithfulness and His faithfulness through you!
Ken Andrews, Manager
We continue featuring new artists heard on KJOL, affectionately known as the “new kids on the block.” This month’s compilation includes a couple of artists who inadvertently got left out of last month’s newsletter.
Red Roots is a trio of 23-year-old sisters (Nichole, Natalie, and Nika) who are, yes, identical triplets and red haired! They grew up in southern Mississippi and sing Christian country music. Their album “Triplicity” has been nominated for a Dove Award for “Country Album of the Year.” They are in Grand Junction for a concert at Living Stone Christian Center on October 1 @ 7 PM.
“Hope Is Rising”
Spoken For is the new name of the Corey Brooks Band. Corey is a regular visitor to western Colorado, and is planning appearances again this October, including October 19 at First Baptist Church in Grand Junction! He and T.K. King started the band when they were teenagers but now that they’re growing up, it was time for a new name to go with their new, more contemporary sound. The name, according to King, comes from 1 John 2 which says that “when we sin, Jesus speaks on our behalf and brings us to the Father.”
Tim Neufeld & The Glory Boys
Tim Neufeld is a Canadian musician who, with his brother Jon, lead a group called "Starfield." The (Hallelujah) Glory Boys are a Canadian bluegrass trio. Together they have recorded “a project full of happy little ditties that explore some of the simple, wonderful things about knowing Jesus and the chance to play a part in His Kingdom.” Neufeld says his hope is “that the songs might provide an escape for those feeling stuck under all types of spiritual baggage."
I Am They
“From The Day”
I Am They is a six member group from Carson City, Nevada who came together as a worship team from various area churches. Their name was inspired by John 17, where Jesus prayed for the disciples as "they” such as “I pray for them. I am not praying for the world, but for those you have given me, for they are yours.”
Love & The Outcome
“King of My Heart”
Love & The Outcome is a husband-wife duo of Chris Rademacher and Jodi King from Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada. Jodi was originally a solo artist while her husband played bass in another band. When that band folded, they decided to join forces. In 2013, they were named New Artist of the Year by the Canadian Gospel Music Association.
“You Call Me By Name”
23-year-old Brittany Cordaro began playing piano at age five, and at 16, she was leading worship for her youth group. While studying classical piano at the university, she felt God calling her to pursue a full time music career. She currently resides in Atlanta.
Laura Story has twins
Laura and Martin Story became proud parents of twins, Benjamin Cary and Griffin James, on September 18. "Over six pounds each," says Laura. www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152268427301881
Thank you for all you do!
- Victoria, Clifton
Thank you for all your hard work and encouragement over the radio waves.
- Jolene, Grand Junction
I love KJOL.
- Shirlee, Paonia
Thanks for all you do!
- Christie, Palisade
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