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SPIRIT 105.3 is a constant source of encouragement and hope for more than 450,000 people every week around the greater Puget Sound, but there are still millions more who need to hear God’s message of love and hope. Would you help spread the word about SPIRIT 105.3 with your year-end gift to our “Share the SPIRIT” campaign? You can make your gift now by clicking here.

When you give, you’ll be making sure SPIRIT 105.3 is here every day and keeps going strong in 2014 so even more lives can be touched.

  • You encourage those who are out of work, battling cancer, bearing secrets, living in shame, fighting their past, or struggling to move ahead in faith.

  • Your generosity - your investment in God’s work, allows SPIRIT to bring you hope-filled music plus words of comfort and strength that keep you connected to God.

  • You help point others to our God who changes lives--especially those who tune in for SPIRIT’s Christmas music, then continue to listen in the New Year. Many of these new listeners don’t yet know Jesus Christ. Who do you pray will be listening?

Your gift, combined with gifts of many other individuals, families and businesses means SPIRIT 105.3 can provide music and God’s message of life-transforming love in Jesus Christ to even more people in the upcoming year.

Please consider partnering with SPIRIT 105.3 with a year end, tax-deductable gift of $100, $250, or even $500- whatever amount God leads you to give will make a significant difference, and will impact lives in 2014! Thank you for giving today!

Impacting Lives Together,

 

Matt Stockman

SPIRIT 105.3 Program Director

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