Radio Station Information
KGKV 88.1 FM
City of License:
Educational Media Foundation
KGKV is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Doss, TX. The station airs christian contemporary music programming and goes by the name "K-Love" on the air. KGKV is owned by Educational Media Foundation.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Howdy - there are two events in April that I would love for your listeners to hear about. How do I do that?
We are Chariots of the Hills, a chapter of the Christian Motorcyclist Association.
April 7th Bluebonnet Selfie Scavenger Hunt/Run register 9-11am at Llano Chamber of Commerce, ride and take selfies as listed and return to see if you've won a 1st,2nd or 3rd place prize - no registration fee, donation only
April 28th Bikes, Burgers and Bullets - shooting competitions/games. $15 registration. Grand Prize is a Handmade Hunting Knife. A great day testing your skills. Chapman Ranch: Starting from the intersection of FM 1431 and RR2900 in Kingsland, proceed south on RR2900 for 5.3 miles. Turn left (east) on FM 2233 for .3 miles. Turn right at 3051 Ranch Road 2233. There will be markers to assist you in locating the Shooting Range. For more information contact Pat Hoffman 325.423.0006 Howdy - there are two events in April that I would love for your listeners to hear about. How do I do that?
Proceeds go to support worldwide missions through Run for the Son
By: Evonne Boggs on March 15, 2018
Please tell me the title and/or the. speaker Tues afternoon 3/13/18 on KGLF from about 3 or 3:30 to 4 or 4:30.
By: Karen Garrett Camp on March 17, 2018
From King Of The Nations Church Staff Correspondent
15th February 2020
Comment on this important Prophecy Related article
In his famous book Man’s Search for Meaning, Dr. Viktor Frankl wrote of his horrific experiences as a survivor of Nazi concentration camps and the book is at our church library to read. Frankl, a psychiatrist, approached his imprisonment with a scientist’s analytical mind. He observed that prisoners who had a clear goal or a cause greater than themselves were the ones most likely to carry on and survive, even in the midst of sadistic brutality and cruel deprivation. Those without such a purpose were likely to perish. Frankl concluded that as the philosopher Nietzsche observed, “He who has a why to live for can bear with almost any how.”
Frankl, a very learned individual of the Jewish faith, came to understand something that the Bible makes very plain. God’s word also demonstrates this principle, preserving for our admonition the stories of people who succeeded and others who failed. We find that lasting success came to those who were motivated by their desire to love, obey, and serve God and to seek His Kingdom. Those who rejected God’s ways—seeking their own temporary selfish goals—ultimately failed.
What does that have to do with us today? We have jobs or careers, family responsibilities, school requirements, and financial difficulties, all of which have to be dealt with. Though there are blessings along the way, for most people there is also a gnawing emptiness inside. The question, “What is the purpose of it all?” comes to mind in quiet moments. Most of us eventually learn that “things” do not fill the void. Activities and pleasures provide only temporary gratification, after which the question still remains, “What happens after I die?” This unanswered question causes much angst and despair for millions of people. Hoping to answer this question, man has come up with a variety of religions and creeds based on different mythic gods and philosophic concepts. Yet, these man-made answers do not really satisfy. Even “mainstream Christianity” offers answers that the Bible does not actually support and that do not prove satisfactory.
So, are there any real answers? Yes, there are! There is a trustworthy source, which starts at the beginning and progresses all the way to the end of a great Plan being carried out by the Creator God of the Bible. Those who have understood this Plan—who have discovered the purpose for their existence, and who have learned God’s way of life, not based on man-made traditions—can face life with joy and contentment, even in times of difficulty. Why? Because, like Dr. Frankl, they have come to realize that we as human beings do have a transcendent goal, a great cause and a reason for being—not an invented or temporary one that may leave us disappointed when it fails, but an enduring one that allows us to handle even life’s most challenging trials with focus and purpose.
Jesus Christ offers these comforting words to those who are troubled: “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light” (Matthew 11:28–30). Those who accept Christ’s invitation, and who make the necessary changes in their lives to take on Christ’s “easy yoke,” will discover for themselves that the true Christian life equips them to handle the frustration and stress that plague our world today. As the Apostle Paul told the Christians in Philippi, “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:6–7).
Are you searching for the meaning of life? Do you long to learn the purpose for which God created you? Read our inspiring and encouraging booklet at our church library, Your Ultimate Destiny, to discover what God has in store for those who serve Him. With God’s help, your search will be successful.
By: King Of The Nations Church on February 15, 2020
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