It’s the Bless A Sole In Need Sock Drive! Nothing feels as good as warm socks on cold night. And you can help bring that feeling to a child in your community. It’s the Bless A Sole In Need Sock Drive! We’re collecting new socks and underwear, especially kid’s sizes, for Operation Blessing, Harvest
David says in Psalm 100 know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us and we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his loves endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations. As we celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends, don’t forget to be
Thank you for your support of 88.3 The Journey. We are praising God for almost $65,000 in listener gifts—62% of our goal, helping The Journey share God’s love with people all over North Texas. I am so thankful for your support of this radio ministry! God uses your generosity to remind people of His great love for them every day of the week. It seems we all need His message of love more than ever.
Our annual Fall Sharathon celebration begins in a few days. Without the financial support of our listeners, this ministry can’t survive, let alone thrive and grow. Being a small station with just a few people to do most of the work, we could use your help. You are an important pice of the puzzle. We need people to pray for us every day of the year. But it always seems like we need it more as
Beginnings and endings. Seems I am surrounded by them. I am days from completing my last doctoral class. All that will remain is completion of my capstone project. These final assignments have been filled with reflection on the program, what I have learned, how I have grown and changed over the course of the last two and half years on the way to becoming Dr. Agee. Reflection on beginni
Last Thursday, Wanda and I celebrated 37 years of marriage. That morning, she told me she loved me. We prayed together. She put the dog in the car. And drove away. That’s how couples who have been married thirty-seven years celebrate anniversaries, at least this couple. She headed to Michigan, to spend time with her 89-year-old mother. Been trying to get her up there every few months, becaus
Consider this is your personal invitation! Saturday, July 27th, from 3:00 – 7:00 that afternoon, we are having an open house in our new home. The address is 213 W. Hillcrest in Keene. Click on the address for Google maps location and directions if you need them. We’ll have light refreshments available and smiling faces, eager to show you around. We’re pretty excited about our new space. Than
Greetings from my new office in the Journey’s new building! Wanda, Giselle and Danae have been busy unpacking boxes and getting stuff put into their new spots. I’ve been mostly leaning against ice packs and supervising. Apparently, a 60-year-old manager shouldn’t be lifting heavy objects and crawling around on the floor like a teenager any longer. Lesson learned. And thanks to th
88.3 The Journey has a new home. Granted, it is a home full of boxes and stacks of stuff, equipment still waiting to be plugged in, wires to be run and connected in all three studios, and sound treatment to go up in two studios. Still lots of things to do, and I‘m still uncertain it will all fit. Who knew we had this much stuff? But the important stuff is working and we are still prais
We have a two-week window with engineers to build, move and reconfigure three studios. As I write this, we are beginning the second week. Last week was a week of eighteen-hour days, with a 22-hour day thrown in for good measure, neck deep in cables, wires, equipment and studio furniture. With a few more tweaks over the weekend, two of the three studios were ready to go Monday morning,
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