His big break wasn't a connection or an opportunity, it was a realization.
Hello friend! I’m the guy hanging out & sharing stories with you from 2 to 7 every weekday afternoon.
I’m a product of the great metropolis of Bloomfield, Montana – population seven. But that doesn’t include the suburbs!
I’m a thirty-something single guy who’s made the Upper Midwest my home since graduating from the University of Northwestern in Saint Paul (though – at the time – it was still just a college!).
I did go to school for radio after my high school English teacher told me I should pursue broadcasting while I was pronouncing a list of names from Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. That’s a totally normal way to decide on a career right?!
My very favorite bible verse is Jeremiah 29:11, and I’m the type of person who can spend two hours solid mesmerized by the bubbles arising out of glass of Sprite.
Thanks for stopping by & look forward to spending the afternoon with you!
The pioneering hit-maker traces an extended season on the outside looking in at his dreams, but how he sees now it was a time full of purpose and hope.
One of the most treasured artists in CCM history shares the incredible moment that rekindled a comeback.
Why should I fear - The evidence is here
Truth be told - The truth is rarely told - I say I’m fine, yeah I’m fine oh I’m fine, hey I’m fine but I’m not - I’m broken
You keep hope alive - Because You are alive - Jesus You are alive
Make way through the waters - Walk me through the fire - Do what You are famous for, what You are famous for - Shut the mouths of lions - Bring dry bones to life and - Do what You are famous for, what You are famous for
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