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  • Prayer List

    Posted by Jimmy C

        Pastor Kim's weekly Message

    Bert Grimm

    Bonnie Grimm

    Liz Grace

    Cecelia Krueka

    Victor and Mary Lewis

    Mary Knobbe

    Katherine Kervevia

    Jean Olmstead

    Rose Kryzanski

    Mary Jane Haggand Nieslow

    Buckey and Mary Marshall

    Annente

    Jimmy and Robin Doss

    Linda Deal

    Johnny and Lucille Robertson

    Rick Barber

    Rohnda Whentworth

    Denise Anderson

    Gary Witherstien

    John and Pat Smit

    Dorthy Newman

    Lewis Shellenburger

    Vera and Vada Johnson

    Andy Silver

    Isaiah Clark

    Mary Wonder

    Greg and Carol Ryan

    Jacob Quimby

    Ted and Sue Gardener

    Mona Barber

    Gary Hughes

         Daniel Doctor    

    Norma Goodough

         Betty Boop        

    Jim Schrader

    Preston Porter

    Bruce Coleburn

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

  • Faith Chapel’s Bluegrass Gospel Festival

    Posted by Jimmy C


    Faith Chapel’s
    Bluegrass Gospel Festival
    June 18, 3:30 PM until Dusk
     
    Faith Chapel Ministies7716 West G Avenue
    Kalamazoo, Michigan, 49009269-353-3767
    featuring
    The Balos Family, from Buchanan, MI
    The Luke Lenhart Band
    The Mike Mclain Band
    Crossroads Country Gospel Band Kalamazoo, MI
    Down Home Bluegrass Gospel from Fennville, MI
    Pat Mertaugh and Melvin McCully, from SW Michigan
    Linda Koning
     
    Free will offering~ Food will be provided
    Outdoor weather permitting, bring lawnchairsIf you own a classic or antique car, drive it to the
    festival.  Special display parking will be provided.

    For questions I am easiest reached on my cell phone, 269-370-0345.
     
    Thank you,
     
    Connie Koning.
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  • Mother's Day Request

    Posted by Jimmy C

    Well it's Mom's day and you know how busy the phone lines are going to be tomorrow.

    I you can, I would recommend using e-mail for your Mom's requests.

    Just send them to: hymntime@yahoo.com I'll be checking e-mail all through the show, we don't want to miss any Mom's.

    You can also send any other request ie service folks, birthday's, anniversary and of course Prayer list as well

  • Prayer List

    Posted by Jimmy C

    Bert Grimm

    Bonnie Grimm

    Liz Grace

    Cecelia Krueka

    Victor and Mary Lewis

    Mary Knobbe

    Katherine Kervevia

    Jean Olmstead

    Rose Kryzanski

    Mary Jane Haggand Nieslow

    Buckey and Mary Marshall

    Annente

    Jimmy and Robin Doss

    Linda Deal

    Johnny and Lucille Robertson

    Rick Barber

    Rohnda Whentworth

    Denise Anderson

    Gary Witherstien

    John and Pat Smit

    Dorthy Newman

    Lewis Shellenburger

    Vera and Vada Johnson

    Andy Silver

    Isaiah Clark

    Mary Wonder

    Greg and Carol Ryan

    Jacob Quimby

    Ted and Sue Gardener

    Mona Barber

    Gary Hughes

         Daniel Doctor    

    Norma Goodough

         Betty Boop        

    Jim Schrader

    Preston Porter

    Bruce Coleburn

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Pastor Kim's weekly Message                                                                                                                        

  • Dr. Buddy Concerts

    Posted by Jimmy C

    Sunday, May 1 @ 10:30am  Addison New Life Baptist Church, 9856 US 127, Addison, MI 49220

     

    Sunday, May 15 @ 11:00am  Rice Creek Community Church, 23906 L Drive N, Marshall, MI

  • Hymntime Country Style Updates

    Posted by Jimmy C

    Good morning, Thanks for stopping by.

    Check back often for Concert Info, Artists info. And We'll have our prayer list and birthdays and anniversaries. So e-mail us at hymntime@yahoo.com or hymn.time@mcwradio.com.

    You can also e-mail request if the phone lines are busy as usual, but Freddy loves talking to all of our listeners.

    Again, thanks for stopping buy and I will strine to make us your one stop shop for music and artist info and any questions for Pastor Kim as well.

  • Hi there, I know it's been a while

    Posted by Jimmy C

    HI,

    I know I need to keep upbetter on my updates andI promise I will.

    I just wanted to share this with you all and Thanks to Donna Green for sending it to me.

    Let me know what ya think, I think it is very well said. I could go on for a while, but I'll let you decide.

    SOURCE: CME Daily Livestock Report 3/25/2011

    Steve Meyer writes: I’m going to step away from market analysis a bit today and provide you a wonderful essay written by Ms. Nora Faris, a ninth-grade student and FFA member from Concordia, MO. Ms. Faris’s essay was named the winner in this year’s National Ag Day Written Essay Contest. She presented it — and stole the show! — at the National Ag Day Dinner in Washington, DC on March 15. Ms. Faris comes from a livestock family — her father is a production manager for Cargill Pork in central Missouri. Joining Ms. Faris as a winner in this year was Kyle Trevino of Madero, CA who produced and submitted the winning National Ag Day Video Essay. It can be found at http://www.agday.org/media/pr4.php. Please take a moment to see Kyle’s work!


    America’s Most Valuable People

    By Nora Faris

    Their faces peer out at me from the glossy cover of a magazine, the bold headline touting them as “America’s Most Valuable People”. Among their ranks are political pundits, ingenious inventors, humble humanitarians, and a host of other charismatic characters. Their varied accomplishments reflect a time-tested tradition of hard work and good ol’ American ingenuity, but their lofty title as our country’s most valuable” citizens makes me wonder. Would Americans perish from “technological withdrawal” if Steve Jobs discontinued the iPad? No. Would a national crisis ensue if Lady GaGa retired from performing? I don’t think so. If Mark Zuckerberg terminated Facebook, would the world as we know it cease to exist? I think not.

    Then it occurs to me: America’s “Most Valuable People” aren’t found on magazine covers. Rather, they are found in farm fields, feed stores, and livestock barns. They are American farmers, a group whose labors, although largely unrecognized, are vital to the lives of all U.S. citizens – or at least the ones that eat. In this modern age of supermarkets and 24-hour fast food restaurants, it has become increasingly hard for the American public to fathom where their food comes from. Long gone are the days when a chicken dinner meant selecting a bird from the henhouse. Today’s consumer, faced with an endless array of choices, selects their poultry with little knowledge of its origin, unaware of the work that went into producing and dispatching the bird. They fail to realize the vital connection between farm and food, between production and consumption. Little do they realize that without our nation’s strong agricultural infrastructure of farmers, their grocery store shelves would be bare.

    As America’s population continues to grow, a farmer’s job is to keep up with the escalating demand for food. They will have to play multiple roles in their quest to provide nutritious, affordable products for more than 300 million Americans. Farmers will become inventors, developing devices that will improve crop yields and abolish dated farming practices. They will become delegates for agriculture, lobbying for the advancement of farming in their legislatures. Most importantly, farmers will become naturalists, determining the best solutions for responsible soil, water, and resource management.

    Although it’s unlikely that a soybean farmer from Kansas will ever steal Kim Kardashian’s VIP publicity, their true importance to their fellow citizens cannot be denied. American farmers’ dedication to maintaining an unrivaled level of food security makes them our nation’s “Most Valuable People” enen if they drive a Case instead of a Cadillac.

    I promise I'll do better keep you up to date. Stay tune for more info on Hymntime live.

  • Hymntime update

    Posted by Jimmy C

    Sorry it's been so long since our last update, but it's just been crazy.

    Freedy's been to Africa and back and we've been looking for and finding lot's of new music.

    Dr. Buddy has a new cd out and we'll see about getting him on the show.

    We'll have more updates and goodies soon, so check back often.

  • Hymntime Live line up

    Posted by Jimmy C

    The line up for Hymntime Live is set.

    This year is our 11th annual and our performers are: The Schwartz Family, Lynn Mccully, Donna Green. Dr Buddy and Friends, Jim Roberts,Jerry Schwartz and Greg Brayton.

    Again it's July 24th, starting at noon.

    Here are some of Lynn's vidieos. http://lynnmccully.com/id4.html

  • Mother's Day

    Posted by Jimmy C

    Well it's Mother's day and you know that means Freddy is going to be quite busy on the phones taking all of those requests. And we don't want to miss any of the mom's listening where ever they are. So you can e-mail your requests to hymntime@yahoo.com. I'll be checking it quite often. Also Terry has friends in Springfield MO. listening with their bowling league on pogo.com Pretty cool. Let us know where you're listening from  and we'll try to give a shout out.

    Stay tuned, more fun stuff on the way, check back often.