35 Years of Radio Contest - Easter Bundle Giveaway!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • March 28, 2017
  • 29 Comments
  • Radio

Easter Bundle Giveaway

Since 1982, the Joni and Friends radio program has inspired people around the world. As part of our celebration of this 35 year milestone, we want to hear how Joni's program has inspired you! You are invited to enter the 35th Anniversary Joni and Friends Radio Contest for a chance to win a Joni and Friends Easter Bundle! To enter, all you have to do is share your story about how Joni's radio program has touched your life. The randomly chosen winner will receive the book “God Gave Us Easter,” Joni’s Spirit Wings CD, and more! To enter the contest, please follow the following steps:

Steps to Enter
  1. In the comments section below, share your story about how Joni’s radio program has touched your life. Your story must be submitted by April 7, 2017.
  2. One winner will be randomly chosen to receive a Joni and Friends Easter Bundle. The prize pack includes all items featured in the photo above! The winner will be contacted by email, so be sure to submit an email address that you regularly check along with your comment.
  3. The winner’s story will be featured on the Joni and Friends blog or radio program.

Items included in the Easter Bundle:

  • Resurrection Morning by Max Lucado
  • Why Easter? by Barbara Reaoch
  • God Gave Us Easter by Lisa Tawn Bergren and Laura J. Bryant
  • Evidence for the Resurrection booklet
  • Cause 4 Life t-shirt
  • Joni’s Spirit Wings CD

Don’t forget, the deadline for entry is Friday, April 7! We can’t wait to hear how Joni and Friends radio has inspired you!

 
 

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29 Comments

 
Joni consistently testifies of God's goodness and faithfulness. She makes much of Jesus and gives me courage to press on.
  • April 3, 2017
  • 9:25 a.m.
  • Jennie
I do not always get to listen, since I do so by internet and we have poor internet service. However, that being said, I have found the radio programs helpful that I have been able to hear. I woke up one day in pain, glass shard like pain in hands, feet and knees. Within weeks I had to quit my job as a newly graduated RN, as well as a newlywed. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis...and because of the pain and nausea, i slept nearly 20-22 hours a day for months. When I could do anything at all, feel well enough to prop myself up, I read Joni's story for the first time. The immobility she described, the suddenly ill comparison I made to quadriplegia, was astronomical in helping me to stand strong. I began wading through the other books she has written, reading the Word in great depth. Today, nearly three years later, I am still limited. Still sick. Still in pain. But I do get to read great authors, listen to them, and spend hours upon hours studying God. Thank you, Joni, for sharing so much of your life, to allow those who hit hardships to find a lantern leading them to God and His love, strength and peace.
  • March 30, 2017
  • 6:10 a.m.
  • Erika Morgan
I developed severe chronic myofascial pain after a car accident eight years ago. Joni's comments on suffering really speak to me.
  • March 29, 2017
  • 3:56 p.m.
  • Becky Styer
My name is Glen I live with chronic low back and leg pain. After 3 surgeries with little relief. I have slowly learned that God is in control and I will praise him no matter what. 🙌🙌 Your ministry has been a uplifting tool in my life. The beyond suffering Bible has also been a great study tool.... keep up the Great work Joni praying dayly for your ministry.....
  • March 29, 2017
  • 10:32 a.m.
  • Glen Seymour
I have been following Joni since her first book "Joni" was published by Zondervans when I was in college. I worked in the warehouse and packaged up many posters to go to the stores. I did buy a copy of the book and still have it. Joni has inspired me for many years as a disabled person myself, short stature, severe hearing loss, and other things to keep on believing, try to stay positive and build my faith. Also sharing it. Thank you for your example and steadfast faith having been through so much. God bless your ministry along with you and Ken.
  • March 29, 2017
  • 9:06 a.m.
  • Carolyn Cavanaugh
Joni Life has touched me , the very first book I read The God I love changed my life , I was born with a handicap and when I read or hear what God had, done in Joni life , I know he will do the same for me. God Has bless me in so many ways, Thanks Joni
  • March 29, 2017
  • 9:06 a.m.
  • Steven Mitchell
You have inspired me to keep going in mist of the trial. I live with chronic pain and have shared my god storys twice now and love speaking in public. I got scoliosis at 7 and had to have the rods at age 11 and then had a work injury and a car accident. I am now 50 and God is faithful and is there for carrying us through. It is not easy but He gives you the strength to carry on. I met you in a very dry season of pain at Butcharts in Victoria BC when you were on a cruise. I went into the gift store and there you were...wow....that is Joni. It was a turning point for me. I love how you help others and how you have written so many meaningful books to help us. We will meet on the other side and so thankful for your husband standing beside you, like mine has and it is our 25th wedding anniversary and I love him. I love God and could not do it without either. So blessed to know you and watch how God blesses you. Thank you Joni and Ken for sharing your life and ministry with us. I love you like a sister. hugs, Kerri
  • March 29, 2017
  • 8:47 a.m.
  • Kerri Brain
Joni's radio program goes way back, so as I kid I remember being part of the Joni's Kids club and have listened to many radio programs over the years. The radio shows Joni does helps people understand disabilities and not feel afraid of the unknowns that are part of the daily lives of those with disabilities. The seeds planted when a child and nurtured as I have grown have been part of my husband and I adopting three older children with significant disabilities. We aren't special people or a special family--we love God and know that God has plans for each person--special plans. Joni's radio and ministry continues to help our family grow through the daily victories and challenges reminding us that our focus needs to be on Christ.
  • March 28, 2017
  • 11:41 a.m.
  • Kari
While the Joni and Friends radio program is great, it was actually the TV program that really touched my life. I grew up in a rural area with a cousin with autism. Other than him, my exposure to disability was little. But one night I stumbled on the TV program when I was sick and had nothing else to do. It was so eye opening. I learned about all I had in common with all of these different people. I learned Gods love. My questions about my cousins were answered. Now I am in college and am training to become a speech-language pathologist. I hope to help people around the world understand how to communicate with those around them who have disabilities, especially in areas that have no other resources for people with disabilities and their families. I do not think that I would have chosen this path if it was not for Joni.
  • March 28, 2017
  • 7:42 a.m.
  • Taylor Weaver
 
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