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God in the dark

An inspirational spot from the Year-End 2012 edition of our newsletter, The Nome Static: I would rather walk with God in the dark than go alone in the light. – Mary Gardner Brainard

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Christmas lights

As we move through the dark days of winter and sub-zero weather, KNOM brings light to the lives of remote listeners throughout 100,000 square miles of Western Alaska. It is a special time of year for the KNOM volunteers. They are far from their families, yet they treasure the gifts of service that they share with…

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Christmas greetings, over the airwaves

KNOM broadcasts to remote listeners throughout a signal area roughly the size of California. With about 4 hours of sunlight each day at this time of year, communication can mean everything to families far away from each other. Every year, KNOM broadcasts a seven-hour Christmas greeting program (call-in show) in which families separated by hundreds…

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The brighter they shine

Our inspirational spot for the week: God’s promises are like stars: the darker the night, the brighter they shine.

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