KFUO Funding — an Alternate Plan
While some people have responded positively to the previous “give no money at all” post, others have voiced objections. A brother pastor said it best on my Wittenberg Trail page: “Walt ... I would ask you to reverse your KFUO decision. The folks at the station are, through no fault of their own, caught in the middle. To take out our frustrations with them only duplicates the victimization. I would therefore encourage you to support KFUO. These are good men and women trying to serve under great duress. Let us give them love and compassion, not further burdens and accusations.”
While I don’t much agree, I also don’t want to totally alienate some whose personal “line in the sand” differs significantly from mine. At least we agree that IE was an excellent thing and that those wishing its demise are quite misguided, at the very least. Therefore, I have created an alternate form for those who want to register their displeasure while still contributing to any worthwhile ventures still undertaken by KFUO-AM.
If you can see no “worthwhile ventures,” there’s still the original Zero Sum form.
As before, if you use this form, I suggest that you cc: your contribution to at least the LCMS entities listed at the bottom of the form. And in or beside the box for the contribution amount, let them know what percentage of your total gift this is — and pledge the remainder should God grant the return of Issues, Etc. to the airwaves and the WWW.
So click on the graphic, print the PDF (at least four copies), and mail to the addresses at the bottom.
Don’t hesitate to link to this post or forward its contents to others. If you want to include the GIF and PDF on your own site, go ahead and link directly to them. I allegedly pay enough for my domain hosting to cover the bandwidth.
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