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I just wanted to thank you for the powerful messages you send out on a daily basis. Words can’t express my gratitude for how they have strengthened my faith.
– Dan T.

Every weekday morning at 9:00am, we send out a short call (between 30-40 seconds) that has an encouraging message from Pastor Al for you to think about for the rest of your day. It’s a great way to start your day on a high note.

We’ve had many people tell us that they’re amazed at how every message is exactly what they needed to hear that morning and how it sets the tone for their whole day.

– It’s FREE!

Yep, that’s right. It costs you zip, zero, nadda. It’s absolutely free.

– Opt-In is easy!

There’s two different methods on this page that you can let us know right now that you’d like to receive these calls.

– Can’t Answer? No problem!

The system will automatically leave a voicemail if you’re unable to answer your phone at the time of the call. Some people actually do this on purpose so they can listen to the message several times and save it if it particularly ministered to them that day.

– Opt-Out is easy too!

If you decide it isn’t for you, no problem! Simply wait until the end of one of the messages and listen for the opt-out prompt. Or come back to this page and use the form to opt out.

 

Examples Of Past Calls:

 

Two Ways To Sign Up:

1) Email Us

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– Please allow up to a week for the calls to begin.

2) Opt-In By Text

Using your cell phone, text the message JOIN AM CALLS to the number 1-800-241-1246.

And that’s it! If it worked, you’ll get a confirmation text within a few minutes. If you don’t get that message, double-check that all the information you sent was correct.

If you have any trouble, call us at the church (712.262.9545) and we’ll help you get it figured out.

– Please allow up to a week for the calls to begin.
– Standard text messaging rates may apply.
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