On today's Network Update, Roger reminds us of the importance of prayer for three very important areas this month. First, continuing to pray for all the new stations that have gone on the air this year! Also, YNOP has some important technical repairs needed at a few of our sites. We need your prayers for protection, safety, and completion of the repairs for the tower crews. Also, dear to our hearts are our pastors- as this is Pastor Appreciation Month! Please join us in prayer for these matters and beyond, as we continue to follow all the Lord has for us, as the YNOP family!
On the morning show, Earl visited with Alex Nsengimana of Operation Christmas Child, he shares his story of receiving an OCC Shoebox as a 7-year-old Rwanda orphan, and how that Shoebox changed his life and future. To learn more about Alex and his testimony, and to see his current work with OCC, head to : https://www.samaritanspurse.org/alex or https://video.samaritanspurse.org/?s=alex%20n.
Roger and Carlene visited this morning for the Network Update. They talked more about what a blessing Sharathon was-- and are giving God all the glory for the outcome. They also discussed the importance for prayer over Hardin, MT, as the mailer that was sent to every household in that area, went out just last week.
Jim Daly, of Focus On The Family, and Michelle Reimer, of Hope Pregnancy Ministries in Kalispell, stopped by the morning show to talk about the upcoming 20th Celebration for Hope. Jim discusses his own story of being adopted, and urges listeners to reach out to those in need. You can find the details for the Hope Pregnancy Ministries 20th Anniversary Celebration on our community calendar on ynop.org.
It's the first Wednesday of October, so our very own Earl visited with Brad Mattes, of Life Issues Institute, this morning. There is a horrific story out right now, coming out after the death of abortionist, George Klopfer, and Brad elaborates on the details.
*** Due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter, this podcast may not be suitable for young children.***
It's the final Monday of September, and time for the Network Update! Roger Lonnquist stopped by and shared some of the highlights from last week's Sharathon. He also reminded us to pray about the mailing going out to every household in Hardin, MT this week. Let's pray that hearts will be softened to the message going out, and that they tune in to Your Network of Praise.
To close out the Day of Hope, we celebrate the 30 year career of Roger Lonnquist, Network General Manager of Your Network of Praise. Carlene and Roger reminisced about all that God has done in the years Roger has been with this ministry.
On our Day Of Hope, Roger Lonnquist talked with evangelist, Will Graham, about the recent Big Sky Celebration events that took place in Montana, and the importance of each of us being ready to share our faith and bring others to Christ every time we have the opportunity.
On our Day Of Hope, Roger Lonnquist and Carlene Prince talk with Dr. Frank Wright, about his new book entitled "Here We Stand." In this conversation they talked with Dr. Wright about the need for Christians to make a radical commitment to Christ in knowing Him as we engage the culture. This includes the need for Christian people to make a strong commitment to knowing Christ, and being responsive to His call on their lives.
On our Day Of Hope, Carlene Prince was joined by author and pastor, Mike Chong Perkinson, for a discussion on the vulnerable, yet powerful, topic of forgiveness. Pastor Mike is the Lead Pastor of Crossroads Christian Fellowship in Bigfork, Montana, a growing network of churches in the U.S., East Africa, the Philippines and abroad. Mike also serves as the Senior Developer for Praxis Center for Church Development and is the President and Dean of the School of Church and Ministry for The Trivium Institute of Leader Development. He has spent over 35,000 hours providing spiritual counsel and has witnessed countless life transformations. Mike has also mentored and coached hundreds of leaders. Carlene and Pastor Mike discuss what forgiveness is and is not, hindrances to forgiveness, and the hope and freedom that is found when forgiveness is released.