Welcome to the New Year
Along with the beginning of a new year often comes a variety of New Year’s resolutions, including (but certainly not limited to)…
- better eating habits
- more exercise
- lose weight
- quit smoking/drinking
- save more money or get out of debt
For the Christian, New Year’s resolutions may include…
- more prayer
- more Bible study
- regular church attendance
- faithful tithing
- more charitable giving
Sadly, many New Year’s resolutions fail within a short time for one reason or another, and are abandoned. This is often because of a lack of proper motive. This year, why not take a different approach? For each area of your life that you want to improve, identify the motive. If the motive isn’t right, adjust it. And, of course, ask for God’s guidance and strength to help you follow through. It may be a challenge at times and you may ‘fall off the wagon’. If this happens, don’t give up! Keep moving forward, and lean on the Lord for strength.
Remember Philippians 4:13:
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
You can’t do better than that!
CRTC License Renewal Application
VOAR Christian Family Radio is currently going through the process of renewing our licence application with the CRTC. The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) which is the public authority regulating and supervising the Canadian broadcasting system, has received an application concerning the broadcasting license of this station which is due to expire by 31 August, 2015.
If you wish to obtain more information about the application involving this station, a copy of the complete documentation is available by clicking the following link:
or by requesting an electronic copy via e-mail to email@example.com.
Members of the public can make their views known to the CRTC regarding the renewal application of VOAR. Should you wish to make an intervention, a link to the electronic intervention form is also available above and below, and in every Notice of Consultation issued by the Commission. Interventions should clearly identify the station’s name, and the application referred to (2014-0829-5) and indicate whether parties support or oppose the application, including the facts and grounds for your proposal.
An intervention from each person of interest must be received by the Commission and by VOAR on, or before, 9 March, 2015. Along with the copy you send to the CRTC, make sure that you enclose the postal receipt, or messenger receipt to show the Commission that you have sent your comments to VOAR. Submissions must be filed by sending them to the Secretary General of the Commission using only one of the following means:
by completing the [Intervention/comment/answer form]
by mail to
CRTC, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N2
by fax at
Thank you for your support of VOAR Christian Family Radio since 1929.