Issues, Etc. Radio: 3 Year Anniversary
Dear Issues, Etc. Listener:
In the name of Jesus, greetings.
Our listeners keep Issues, Etc. on the air. We believe this more and more every day.
June 30, 2011, marks the three-year anniversary of our return to radio, the Internet, and on-demand. For those three years (and for more than a decade before that) our listeners have kept us on the air. Thank you.
Please consider supporting Issues, Etc. for the years to come with a special three-year anniversary gift. Any size gift is deeply appreciated. You can make a secure online donation at www.issuesetc.org. You can also donate by check. Make your check payable to “Lutheran Public Radio” and send it to the address below.
P.O. Box 912
Collinsville, IL 62234
Thank you for listening and thanks for your support of Issues, Etc., past, present and future especially during the difficult summer months
Wir sind alle Bettler,
Todd Wilken, Host
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