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KJOL E-Newsletter Vol. 162- September 2018

"Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fullt to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain."

- 1 Corinthians 15:58


-- Inside This Edition –

What's Happening- Labor Day, Grandparents Day, See you at the Pole, Church Partnerships.
From The Manager’s Desk-Edu...Edu...Edu...Education!
Listener Comments- New & Faithful Friends Respond

What's Happening- Labor Day

FlagThis Labor Day Weekend, we honor the American men and women who worked so hard to create a prosperous life for us in this nation.   For the believer, we remember the One Who blesses us with the fruit of our labors.  
We can also honor all those who strive for the Kingdom of God around the world!   "That is why we labor and strive, because we have put our hope in the living God, who is the Savior of all people, and especially of those who believe."  -1 Timothy 4:10



Grandparents DayGrandparent's Day 2018

Grandparents Day is is Sunday, September 9th. We mean a lot to them, and they mean so much to us...don't forget to honor a grandparent in your life!








See You At The Pole

There is no question our nation and towns need the Lord's intervention, and an annual time of intercession and prayer is happening Wednesday, September 26th at 7:00am around the nation. Click here to find out how you can join in or plan an event!





.Church Partnerships

There are several churches in Western Colorado that support local Christian radio ministry, and we would love for more to get involved!

If you would like to investigate "why" and "how" your church can support the Good News of The Gospel over the airwaves locally, here's a good starting point.

Looking for a good Biblically based chrch in your area? Click here!




Finance Finances

KJOL ended the month of August mostly meeting budgetary goals. Thanks to all those involved in making that happen.  We still have a large shortfall to make up from the months of April and May, and hope you might consider keeping us in your prayerful and consistent financial support. If you would like to use a credit card for your monthly support, email Ken Andrews, and he will gladly set that up "recurring." 



From The Manager’s Desk-Edu...Edu...Edu...Education!

David Andrews

The kids are back in school, and I feel terrible.  Okay, I said it!  This father of a preschooler grew up making jokes about how prisons and schools are alike (don’t get me started).  And now I am sending my precious 4 year old namesake to preschool several times a week.  When I got married and had kids, I never thought it would come to this! 
Growing up is hard, and I’m not taking about my son.  Here I am, a man who runs a Christian radio station, who can handle a FCC inspection without breaking a sweat, who hunts the majestic elk on his own terrain, who survived the Christian dating scene in Grand Junction…and I am a mess thinking about my son going to school outside of that inter-sanctum affectionately call “home.” BUT he thinks it’s pretty neat being a “big boy” and making friends.  OK, I give. 
I may not like it, but I am going to give him the opportunity to grow because I love him. 
Is there someone in your life that you love and also would like to see grow in the Lord?  I want to invite you to share our ministry with them.  It may not seem like a big deal to give them one more resource to grow in their walk, but then again, it very well could be one day.  I want to especially encourage you to tell someone about your favorite teaching program on KJOL.  The understanding of the truths and foundational principles found in God’s Word is so important in our walk, keeps us on the narrow path, and is also extremely needed in our culture today.  Your loved one can take advantage of the great teaching from  some of the very best of the best right here, all throughout the day, on KJOL. 
If you wouldn’t mind telling someone about KJOL, you can pass on our program guide, send them to our website, tell them about our app, or show them where they can listen.  And one more way...you can “like” and “share” us on Facebook as well. 

Share KJOL with a loved one today…and thanks for spreading the Word!

-Dave Andrews
KJOL Station Manager

LeslieA 'Life' Lesson with Leslie

Coincidence? I think not!  A Reflection on God’s Timing

“You are good and all-powerful, caring for each one of us as though the only one in your care, and yet for all as for each individual.” This quote from St. Augustine is a wonderful reminder of the way our heavenly father cares for each one of us individually, yet also, cares for all of us at once. I had the privilege of  experiencing the reality of this quote first-hand over the past week and it has been amazing to see the way that God has timed everything out perfectly, and that in every moment, He cares for us.

After the recent death of my husband’s grandfather, I have been reflecting on the way God moved through the situation. Through the experience, God made it known to me and my husband, Zach, that He cares for us and He has perfect timing, even when it may not feel like it at the time; nonetheless, God prepares our hearts for what is to come and for what he has planned. Not only that, but because of His care, the Lord walks with us amidst our circumstances.

My husband’s grandfather often read the Our Daily Bread devotional with his wife every morning. On the morning of his death, they had not yet read the devotional assigned to that day, and when his wife opened up the page, the title read, “A Prayer to Point us Home.” The devotional went on about the comfort we find in Christ and the promise of heaven, saying “How comforting it is to know that because of Jesus’ sacrificial love for us, we can rest in God’s care as His children.” God knew that He would be bringing grandpa home that day, and what the world would say was a coincidence, we recognize it as God showing us that He had this planned all along.

God never promised joy without sorrow, but He has promised us that he will never leave us or forsake us. He is the one who has perfectly orchestrated everything that is, has been, or ever will be. When it seems that events are ‘just another coincidence,’ we can rest assured that God is behind it, working out everything perfectly within his plan, and in his timing.

Listener Comments- Faithful Friends Respond

"You're in my thoughts today. " - Marilyn, Montrose
"Love your music and teaching programs! Always praying for the staff and radio station! May the Lord God bless and keep you." -Peggy, Grand Junction
"What blessings and joy you all bring into my life! God is good!"
-Debbie, Palisade
"Thanks for what you do. We enjoy listening, especially in the mornings! 
Keep up the Good Work!" -Adam, Montrose

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