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I am not sure if this email will reach you or any member of your team, but I am emailing to thank you. I am from Salt Lake City Utah and I am recently married. I returned home from an LDS mission about a year and a half ago. Upon returning home I gained a sudden interest in politics and current events. I began listening to The Blaze Radio every day and it changed my life. I gained a deep love for our country and the values that it was founded upon. I have spent a great deal of time debating what career path I wished to take. For a long time I was focused on Dentistry. Every day listening to your show I would think to myself how badly I wished I could make a difference and make our country a better place. Glenn you have inspired me to follow my true desires and try and make a difference. I have decided to pursue a career in law. By doing this I hope to have a voice for good and justice and make a difference in any small way that I can. Because of you I will uphold the constitution and do everything I can to educate others of the values which this great country was founded upon. I hope one day I may even run for a political office and give back to my community. I thank you for telling the truth with all of your dealings. You have inspired me to make a difference in the country that I love so much. Please keep up the good work. I will remain a faithful listener for a long long time.

Best Regards,




Our neighborhood in Kennewick, WA gathered together in a community prayer. I had never met these people before, but one of my neighbors went door to door telling people that she believed in the power of prayer. She also believed that if many people prayed together on the behalf of one that power could be even stronger. The neighbor we were praying for is dying of Cancer and they were gathering people to pray for a miracle.

This is a group of strangers, caring for one another, and believing that there is a God who hears and listens to us. A group of strangers who believes in miracles. I don’t know if that Miracle will happen or not. I don’t know if that man will be healed. Regardless, there was a miracle that took place last night. We were a neighborhood, not divided by politics, or job, or status. Rather, we were a neighborhood united by our belief in God.

God is still in the hearts of our nation. It’s just not spoken about everyday. Miracles have not ceased, we are busier and have a harder time recognizing them with all the noise that surrounds us.

God Bless you and your Staff!