My grandma Flo got me into music since i was a baby almost 29yrs ago. I love lord Jesus so much He has given me a wonderful family and a new wonderful family members I will always love and cherrish them always and I love them so much.
I’ve really been struggling lately. The first sunday of this year my pastor suggested switching our radios to a christian station for a while and see if it makes a difference. Where I sit at my job, I can only get one faint oldie station. That monday when I plugged my headphones in, my radio had been tuned to Star 93.3 and it was coming in perfectly. I thought, now if they play my favorite song. You DID! I’ll never change the station as long as it comes in. I see a huge difference.
I was homeless in August 2015. Me and my son’s father was going from one hotel to the next and was starting to lose hope and our faith in God. I had lost my job and he had lost his. We were afraid that our son would be taken away from us. Then we got a call saying we’d been approved for an apartment. My son’s father found a job in his career. I had to leave mine but I still believe God has and plane for me. My life is not fallen apart, its fallen into place.
I started listening to 93.3 around November because it was the key station that played Christmas music before December. Then I started hearing snippets from the Brant Hansen show, and I found myself listening more and more. I can truly say this station is uplifting and powerful. I’ve started to love myself more and realize how worthy of God’s love I am. I never identified as a Christian before, but I truly feel myself becoming more and more of believer.
Love is STAR 93.3! I’ve been reading through the listener stories and the prayer request on here and listening to the music and it makes me feel loved and that someone does care about me and that is God and you STAR 93.3
I listened to Chris Tomlin this afternoon singing amazing Grace on the radio on STAR 93.3 while I was doing my chores and I was singing along with him and it felt good to me. It was like God was right there next to me.
I was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given 6 months to live. After a massive surgery, I was sent home to die, or so I thought. My only light in the darkness was Christian Radio. It was in 2008 when “I Will Praise Him in the Storm” became popular. Christian Radio is what brought the light back into my spirit and after refusing treatment of any kind, God healed me. I now help others and always say, “Turn your radio on to Praise and Worship music… it is powerful!!
I went to the eye doctors and found out that I am going blind and that I have Fuchs`dystrophy where it attacks your cornea. But I am going to keep listening to STAR 93.3 every day and keep getting stronger.
Thank you soooooooo much for the continuing Christmas music beginning after Halloween and continuing after Christmas. I was so happy to turn on the radio on December 26th to find Christmas music still playing. So many radio stations cut it off at midnight on Christmas night, and it’s a little depressing that the beautiful and happy Christmas music has ended for another year, along with the goodwill and kindness that you see during this blessed time of year. THANKS!
I’m a hospice nurse working with patients and their families in their homes to ease the burden and stress of the dying process. I listen to STAR 93.3 all day long in my car and at work when I am in my office. I love you guys! The positive and encouraging messages you all provide and the awesome music lifts me up every minute of every day! I don’t know how people who don’t know the Lord make it through these turbulent times. Thank you for all you do and I love the christian Christmas music!!
As I listen day after day to 93.3 in my home office I am encouraged in this exciting and challenging new season in my family’s life. We accepted the call to serve in missions a few weeks ago, choosing to join Cru campus ministry to bring Christ to this generation. God has challenged us in the past to sponsor Children through compassion, whom we pray for daily. He later called us to adopt from Ethiopia, and now we step forward once more in faith. Praise the Lord!
My current work environment is considered Hostile/Harrassment by most people I talk to. It’s a cubicle setting and a few coworkers make my days miserable, no matter how much I try to come into work with a smile on my face and tell everyone good morning. These two run back and forth to each others cube whispering, laughing and trying to catch me making errors to make me look bad. Management has addressed it in meetings but they still do it. I listen 6AM – 6:45am. May it help others.