Contagious Love brings the hidden and prominent inspirational disability stories of people, ministries and churches to the forefront of America. Throughout 2017 and 2018 on KeepTheFaith Radio, we will witness the stories of disability champions that we've produced over the past few years such as Joni Eareckson Tada, Nick Vujicic, Bethany Hamilton, Jen Bricker, Kevin Laue among many others. This monumental effort is designed to be all-inclusive, inviting all with a heart for Special Needs to participate at no expense to each of these ministries. The sole purpose of this ground-breaking initiative is to inspire local ministries to engage and support those families with special needs.
There is a chance that you or someone you love is living with a disability. And here at KeepTheFaith we have a passion to bring special needs to the forefront. So we are launching a ground breaking plan to welcome those with special needs into every church in America!
CALL 1-800-521-4460 to share your story.
Our goal is to demonstrate that disabilities can be turned into possibilities!
Here's our commitment:
For 52 consecutive weeks, KeepTheFaith Radio--consisting of nearly 300 powerful broadcast affiliates--pledges to use our unprecedented #1-rated broadcast platform reaching millions of listeners across America and Canada in the following ways:
RED CARPET EVENT TO BE EXHIBITED IN HUNDREDS OF THEATERS AND CHURCHES
In addition to the massive on-air radio commitment, KeepTheFaith has teamed up with Cieloscope Media and hundreds of movie theaters and churches nationwide to bring the message of CONTAGIOUS LOVE to the big screen in late 2017. This festive one night-only coast-to-coast pep rally will recognize some of the all-stars of disability as well as leaders who have fully committed to Special Needs ministry in their community. This evening will inspire thousands of theatergoers with their personal stories of hope and inspiration.
In addition, LONG SHOT: The Kevin Laue Story will be featured. Kevin was the first-ever one armed NCAA Division 1 basketball player. Through his hundreds of annual speaking engagements, his story of faith moves mountains for millions of youth each year.
So will you join us? Your personal story matters!
Our trademark mix of songs and stories, brings more listeners to Christian Radio than any other faith-based program in America. In many cities, KeepTheFaith is now airing over 75 hours per week! So we strongly believe God can use KeepTheFaith to change the lives of those living with special needs.
As God continues to use KeepTheFaith Radio in 2017, we want to change lives through CONTAGIOUS LOVE. We would also love to hear from you with your own story of hope and Contagious Encouragement.
CALL 1-800-521-4460 NOW to share your story.
KeepTheFaith is changing lives. Take a listen to stories with disability All-Stars we have done in the past--with many more to come in the weeks and months to come!
Jaci Velasquez and why she thinks her autistic son will be a leader in the future.
Brenda Solomon tells us how her daughter Jill came into this world with a greater purpose.
Hal Donaldson and a remarkable story of how Adam Levine helped a young boy with a disability.
Joel Boggess and the difference a therapy dog made in the life of an autistic child.
Nick Vujicic tells us about dealing with disappointment and a change of heart.
Jim Bradford describes how HK Derryberry has made an amazing impact on his life.
Steven Curtis Chapman talks about Fallon's story of hope and the miracle of life that God provided.
Contagious Love Special Radio Mix.
Heather Avis and how her children can see past the flaws and only see beauty and love.
Jennifer Rothschild encourages us to run to God when we are feeling overwhelmed.
Laura Story and the importance of accepting help from others when you need it most.
Laura Story tells us about the struggles with her marriage after her husband's brain tumor diagnosis.
Jen Bricker shares why she is so proud that God created her the way she is.
Kevin Laue shares that the key to embracing life is loving yourself.
Darlene Zschech's autistic grandson and the positive influence that worship
has had on his life.
Together we can make encouragement and love contagious!