• Immediate Needs

    updated 8.29.11

    We do what we do as missionaries supported by people like you.

    We also prefer to give away as much content as we can, and not cloud that issue with a lot of public requests. That said, we do have specific needs that are met by people who believe the work we do has value.

    If you'd like a short list of immediate financial needs, you can find it HERE.


    Note: This will be updated regularly

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I promise you.

One day, I’m going to start a talk with the words “It was a quiet week in Lake Wobegon, my hometown….out there, on the edge of the prairie.”

Only a small fraction will understand. And I don’t care.

One day.


6 Responses

  1. They may not understand, but if you bring one of those mouth-sound-effects guys, at least they would be entertained. And perhaps then you can explain to the young adults what this old-fashioned thing called radio drama is.

    –Ducky, who missed the APHC rerun this Sunday. Dangit!

  2. Reagan & I are weekly companions!

  3. @Duck – one word: podcast. You never have to miss it again.

  4. Ah yes, I had forgotten this convergence of old and modern technology: radio converted to podcast. Though with a couple NPR stations in the area I usually don’t need to get the podcast; I simply amuse myself by switching back and forth between stations and seeing if one is a few seconds behind the others.

  5. Gonna have to change your name to Garrison!

  6. Youbetcha I knew you was a Lutheran….

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