As I was thinking about writing to you (for I never begin without much prayer and thought for you), I was reminded of what Paul says in his letter to the Philippians: “There has never been the slightest doubt in my mind that the God who started this great work in you would keep at it and bring it
to a flourishing finish on the very day Jesus appears.” This reminds me of the collective work He continues to do – in you, in me, and through ministries like Pulse 101.7FM. How beautiful!
We’ve had a great summer of outreach, including eleven days at the Iowa State Fair. While this is an incredible opportunity to reach out to new listeners, it’s also encouraging to hear from current listeners how God uses the station in such unique ways. Here are some of my favorite comments from this year:
-“My dad died this spring and became a believer about a month before he passed. For those last few weeks he only listened to Christian music and had Pulse playing all the time. Don’t forget the important work you guys are doing!”
– “I have two step children, and my husband and I are trying to raise them differently from the life they have with their mother. We know the kinds of things they’re exposed to in their time with her. We play Pulse all the time – it’s such a help as we do our best to instill good values in our kids.”
– “We’re a missionary family visiting home for the first time in five months. We listen to Pulse every day through the app – love the music and the sounds of home!”
September is Listener Power Month, so I ask you once again to pray and consider a gift of support! We’re in need of $50,000 in one-time gifts and several dozen new monthly supporters. A big lift for one, but many hands make light work.
Will you pray and ask God to direct you in this? While any amount helps, we have a fun
shirt we’ll send you as a thank you when you join Team 40 ($40/month or $480 one time).
Thank you for your consideration and your continued love of the station. You can give online here.
Praying God’s blessing on you and yours,
Rachel Leigh, Station Manager