My name is Jena, and I’m from a small town in Indiana. I’m 23, I have an amazingly sweet 1yr old son and have recently been separated from my husband. I’ve been left with over $10,000 in medical bills for both my son and I, a $20,000 vehicle, and no place to stay. God has blessed me with a good steady job, but it’s a day to day struggle to pay for housing, food, and bills on my own. Your station makes an impact on my heart daily when there seems no hope. Thank you for constant encouragement!
The song “Eye of the Storm” really got to me. And I’ve been playing it over and over again. The past couple of months have been hard for me. My Grandma passed away October 2nd. And my Grandpa passed away December 9th. My Mom has been diagnosed with Lupus. Watching her fight hard to provide for the family no matter how sick she is. She’s not giving up neither am I. This song is about being in the eye of the storm. And the storm is pulling you away. It’s pushing you to walk in the darkest valleys.
Years ago I fell in laughter with the work of Brant when he was Aired on other broadcast in my hometown of Knoxville, TN. When he (sadly) left, I was so grieved! If he was gone, then there was no reason to tune in… back to CDs. With recent, discouraging move to Cincy, I was house hunting through tears. This friendless, empty-nester pulled over on side of road and leaked tears to the Lord. I randomly turned on radio. BRANT’S voice! The Lord sent me an old friend!! I’m still smiling! God knew! THX!
As a frequent listener when I’m home in Cincinnati, I knew the very day Star would start playing Christmas music (I love Christmas time). This semester, I’ve lived and studied in Florence, Italy and was able to stream Star 93.3 online to spread Christmas cheer and the story of Jesus over seas. Not only has it been a taste of home, but a great reminder that no matter where I am in the world, God will never leave my side.
I asked my boss one day if I could change the station to 93.3 at my desk and she said it was there for me. One night I was closing and reminded a visitor to turn off the stereo in the back room. He said it was the stereo at my desk playing throughout the building and that he liked my station. Several people have commented that they like it. I’ve never heard a visitor comment about any other station. I’ve met a lot of Christians at my new job I wouldn’t have met otherwise thanks to Star 93.3!
I heard pastor Kathy Elliott, my preacher, started listening to this station and I hope she likes it like I do. This station is everything to me and it helped me through my tough times and my sad times in my life and I wouldn’t know what to do without this station. Keep up with the good music. I love you Star 93.3 and you are the best.
My dad, grandma and I lived together. My mom had to move out because she was not nice to me. I was 5 then and now I am 10. Last year on December 9th my grandma passed away. My grandma was pretty much my mom. She took me everywhere and loved me. Last Saturday we moved to a new house and without God we’d be on the streets. God has helped me through it all. That’s my story.
My wife and I have been listening to Star 93.3 for a long time, but last year we felt God telling us to be more generous so we started looking at our bills and started cutting things like cable or dish so we can give more. Now we are supporting Star 93.3 since the spring Share drive and will be doing it for as long as we can! God gets ALL the GLORY, not us. Thank you for uplifting me and my family all the Tim!
I started listening to STAR 93.3 around 1990 and I found myself listening more and more. I have started to love myself more and it helped me with my depression. My depression got really bad and I had suicidal thoughts. When I listen to your radio station my depression got better and now I believe in God more!
Hi! I’m Sharnel and I’m a 40 year old mother that is disabled. I live in Milford, OH. I suffer with depression, anxiety and chronic pain everyday. I carry a heavy weight each day because of the past and I want to thank you for your station and the positive and refreshing atmosphere you provide. It brings a since of peace for me and helps me remember that I’m not alone and that God is with me. Thank you and God bless! ❤️
My short story- God has kept me sober since October 5th, 2008. I am married to my dream guy and have a wonderful stepson, Ty, who is 11. We lost my mother in law to ALS (after battling breast cancer) in Feb 2015. We started trying for a baby of our own after getting married Sept 6th, 2014. We found out that I had complications which leaves us with IVF as our only way to conceive. It’s extremely scary, financially, but we are trusting God and sharing with the hopes of helping others go through it.
My daughter passed away this year, my sweet baby (even at 44) was such a fighter. Her last days were not in vain. =She trusted God’s healing POWER to the very end. She touched so many lives and let her world know about the love of Jesus. The Lord used her sickness to bless other peoples lives. My precious son in law had a vision for Celebrating her life. Together they made the arrangements. It was a celebration. We can not wait to walk the streets of Gold w.Jesus, Cari. All our loves!!