Dear Friend of KKIM Radio,
I just want to share with you how the LORD is blessing the Radio Ministry of KKIM. We Give Glory and honor to Jesus Christ!
WOW! Becky and Mike from New Mexico Marriages First, heard Sundays at 8:30am on KKIM, told me that by Monday morning their web site has over 500 hits now because of listeners going to their web site for the notes from the show! PRAISE GOD!!!! That means many things……..people want to work on their marriages and the listener ship for KKIM continues to grow with excellent New Mexico based programs like Becky and Mike put on every week. KKIM has more local ministries on than ever before and the Lord has guided us this way to be locally connected. I PRAISE GOD for this, it is all of HIS making! If you have not caught Becky and Mike’s show you need to! KKIM is now the number One Christian Station in the Santa Fe market! PRAISE GOD!!! We give all PRAISE and GLORY to the LORD!
We now have another new feature on KKIM!!! John Paul is our own weatherman! Send him your Church’s or organizations announcements and he will talk about them during is weather reports! You can email him from the new KKIM web site.
Have you visited the new KKIM web site? www.mykkim.com Let me know what you think!
And………….We are thankful to our LORD for the relationships we are making with leaders of our State……….
Hey Dewey:Like your web page. Home page shows some edit commands. Didn’t have time to check them out. Maybe a review is needed to make sure “edit” is the appropriate name for the link. (NOW FIXED THANKS JANICE)Terrific job. When I get lost in the policy part of serving, I check Dewey’s Daily Cup to be reminded of what touches people everyday. Thank you for your service to New Mexico.
Janice E. Arnold-JonesRepresentative, House District 247713 Sierra Azul NEAlbuquerque, NM 87110 (505) 379-0902 cell (505) 938-3141 work (505) 938-3160 fax
Janice is such a blessing to New Mexico!
Also just got this from Janice on the Special session………
Hey Dewey!Back home. Weary! Great cup! Just what I needed today.We did our best and surprisingly there was more reasoned discourse than I have experienced in any other session.Being asked to spend, money now, that is based on a projection of volatile oil and gas prices, and declining GRT revenues, money that really won’t exist until 2010 made us very queasy. What we appropriated was $1,000,000.00 beyond are existing reserves. Liquid reserves are supposed to be about 10% of the budget. Closer to 4%. We have on hand today about $125 million. We appropriated 126 million.The “Refundable Tax Credit” was diminished, will not arrive until November and IS taxable income for Federal Income Taxes. Looking for a silver lining — perhaps the small amount will not hurt those on the cusp of SSI etc.Unseen, we got to a number of process issues. As a result, I am hoping for an improvement of services (and attitude) for and toward our citizens.
Thanks for the update Janice!