I’ll be chatting with Kathy Coady, Executive Director of Hope Ministries, each morning this week as we highlight National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Each day has a different focus, and Hope Ministries is holding multiple open houses so you can check out their services and find ways to help out. Visit their website here to find out more!
Imagine your most precious possession – a piece of jewelry, a memento, a memory – or even a special person. Something or someone you don’t feel you could live without. And this special possession has been the object of your heart affection all of your life. It has become the enjoyment, the comfort, the exhilaration of your soul.
And now you are required to let it go. You willingly allow it to be taken from your hands – the object of your affection has now become the gnawing pain of loss.
This is what it meant for the Father to give up His Son to be rejected, mocked, and crucified. There is simply no greater gift that has ever been given. God is not only the Giver of Life – He is the Giver of His Son to die for your sins and mine.
Whenever Burnadette and I give our dollars to causes we believe in here or around the world, we are comforted in the fact that whatever we share in our giving reflects our true gratefulness that God has given everything for us. Everything.
This is the motivation of a spiritual giver – “how can giving my resources to causes bigger than myself help my heart to connect with the One Who has given everything to me?”
Thanks for your cheerful, measured gifts to Pulse 101.7. And thanks be to God for His indescribable Gift!
Warmest regards for your partnership! Thanks for giving your monthly pledge of $20 -$30 – $40 per month this week. It is huge to our mission.
for the Pulse listening and giving family
“Through Him then, let us continually offer up a sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of lips that give thanks to His name. And do not neglect doing good and sharing, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.” – Hebrews 13.15,16
As 2013 winds down Burnadette and I remember the things which are deeply dear to our hearts.
Our sheer enjoyment of the rigorous journey of life – Our growing family – the friendships we treasure – and the chances we have to partner with others to do good in the world.
Pulse 101.7FM remains our 20 year partner in what the Bible calls “doing good and sharing.” We know that these kinds of sacrifices please God.
So whether you have given your support over the past year to make Pulse 101.7FM remain in our city, or you are choosing to remember us in your year-end giving, thank you for your faithful friendship in walking the journey with us. We are grateful more than words can say.
-Dave with Pulse Mornings, General Manager of Pulse 101.7FM