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Summary: Expanded versions of some of the positive and encouraging stories heard each day on K-LOVE

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 U.S.-Based ‘Water Mission’ Helps Ukrainian Hospitals, Communities, With Safe Water | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:17:24

By Richard Hunt God is at work, even in the chaos. As Water Mission provides thousands of gallons of life-saving water, refuges are coming face-to-face with people who know Jesus. “You are treating me with more love than I’ve ever received – and I’m a complete stranger to you – and because of that, I want your God to be my God.”

 Cancer Survivor Comforts Others With Her Experience, Faith | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:01:32

Billie Branham talks to Samantha Wisor about how her brain tumor gives her empathy for others going through similar health situations.

 Church Team Brings Back In-Person ‘Kings & Queens Prom’ For People With Special Needs | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:06:08

By Richard Hunt It could be that many of us have not considered, Jesus often focused on people with special needs. “70% of his miracles were really on behalf of people with special needs – the disabled, those who couldn’t walk, those who were deaf, who couldn’t see, who had epilepsy. And so we think special needs ministry should be mainstream in the church because it’s closest to the heart of Jesus.” Keeping with that vision, one special needs Kings & Queens Prom was held last Friday at the Liquid Church location in Parsippany, New Jersey, and another prom is set for Friday, June 10th at the church site in Princeton, New Jersey.

 From Orphan to "Dad For All Kids" The Story of Uganda's David Mubiru | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:19:43

Monika Kelly speaks to David Mubiru, a young man who was orphaned at a very young age, who has opened up his own children's home called Yahweh Children Ministry in Kampala, Uganda. David is now "Father" to 38 children and teaches them scripture, how to pray and worship and feeds them healthy food, has given them shelter and considers them to be "one big, happy family."

 Randy Miller - Homeless, He’s Helping Others Who Are Homeless: Cutting Hair, Sharing Encouragement | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:20:56

By Richard Hunt Talking with us from one of his ‘shop’ locations under Interstate-5, Randy guesstimates that he gives about 1,800 free haircuts on the Seattle streets each year. Randy is in a position to help with a haircut, some encouragement, and sometimes some guidance to get the person connected with those who may be able to help.

 Maryland Christian Travels 4,400 Miles To Encourage Ukrainian Refugee Families | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:16:07

By Richard Hunt “I just let them talk. And a lot of times I found that I was silent because they had so much on their hearts, there was so much in their souls just to say, somebody needed just to cry with, just to sit there and pray and give them encouragement.” - Victoria Kolosey

 YWAM Kyiv Reaches Out To Victims Of ‘Putin’s War’ | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:13:03

By Richard Hunt Led by native Ohioan Kyle Schlegel, Youth with a Mission Kyiv shares hope in Christ and is meeting needs. As missiles and then shelling hit Kyiv, YWAM’s first goal was to help with evacuations and to make sure people were fed hot meals from the ministry’s commercial kitchen. The circumstances have left many Ukrainians “super open” to hearing the Gospel message.

 K-LOVE CLOSER LOOK: Ukraine Refugees Fed, Comforted By Convoy Of Hope | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:25:27

“People need hope ultimately --and that’s what a full belly gives them – it allows them to plan for the future," says Ethan Forhetz of Convoy of Hope. Truckloads of tuna, beans, rice, fresh water, baby food, hygiene kits even cellphone chargers distributed through European Christians have been crucial to the survival of displaced families. Lead spokesperson Sara Forhetz says this ultimately fulfills the Convoy mission. “The real hope of the world is Jesus -- to make Him famous through the local church.” K-LOVE's Marya Morgan reports. [Educational Media Foundation - All Rights Reserved]

 K-LOVE CLOSER LOOK: Ukraine Refugees Fed, Comforted By Convoy Of Hope | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:25:27

“People need hope ultimately --and that’s what a full belly gives them – it allows them to plan for the future," says Ethan Forhetz of Convoy of Hope. Truckloads of tuna, beans, rice, fresh water, baby food, hygiene kits even cellphone chargers distributed through European Christians have been crucial to the survival of displaced families. Lead spokesperson Sara Forhetz says this ultimately fulfills the Convoy mission. “The real hope of the world is Jesus -- to make Him famous through the local church.” K-LOVE's Marya Morgan reports. [Educational Media Foundation - All Rights Reserved]

 Pastor Watches 84-Year-Old Dad Decline From Alzheimer’s, Finds Ways To Peace | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:12:39

By Richard Hunt “He couldn’t remember the name of our dog. And he would ask the name of our dog about ten times a day. His grandchildren, my kids, my oldest is 17 and my youngest is 12, and every day he would ask them their names. And sometimes he would remember them, but he would ask their names again and again and again.” And when it came to God, “We would always have him (Paul) pray for dinner, and when he would pray for dinner, it was like there he was. And there was his mind, and it was clear again and he knew what he was thinking and saying. “When I would put him to bed at night, I felt like I was putting my kids to bed when they were four and five, and he would talk to me in the same way, and I’d give him a hug and a kiss, and I’d tuck him in.”

 ‘Medical Mutts’ – Jennifer Cattet Trains Shelter Dogs To Become Service Dogs | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:17:30

Cattet has a heart for training abandoned dogs and placing them with loving people who need a service dog. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.

 Positive People Bob Bell Food For Thought Denver Podcast | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:18:58

Monika Kelly speaks to Bob Bell, founder of Food for Thought Denver. Bob talks about the 50,000 plus school-aged kids in the Denver metro who receive free and reduced-cost lunches during the school week, but are hungry on weekends. Food for Thought Denver sends every child home (from 76 local elementary schools) with a "Power Sack." That's enough food to feed a family of four two meals.

 Cameron Amazingly Survived ‘Internal Decapitation’ In Wreck; Now In College Learning To Help Others | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:08:44

By Richard Hunt In 2007, Cameron Smyly, along with his brother and sister, were being driven to school by his mother in the Mississippi Delta region. At a stop sign, they bowed their heads to say a prayer for the day. Just then, a truck rammed the car. That moment changed his life trajectory forever. Cameron, just a first-grader, had his skull literally separated from his spine, an injury that is often fatal or leads to permanent disability. But today, Cameron is walking, doing workouts, and once he graduates from Mississippi College, he plans to help others with their physical fitness.

 Jessica Wiebe grew up in Kyiv, from first grade on, in a missionary family | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:07:52

By Richard Hunt “I pray for people where I lived (in Ukraine) who don’t know Christ that they, through this, would be able to hear God’s word - and God’s already answered that prayer. There have been quite a few people from the neighborhood (in Ukraine) that I grew up in who have come to my home church and have heard the Gospel simply through the circumstances that Ukraine is in.”

 Abigail Rist lived in Kyiv, Ukraine, most of her life | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:05:57

By Richard Hunt When Russia attacked, for Ukrainians, “Their world was turned upside down, so I would say my world was turned upside down and I was just heartbroken.” Abigail shares that on the Cedarville University campus she and other students with a Ukraine story are being encouraged, and students and professors alike are eager to know more about the country and its people.

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