I drive from So. Indiana to work north of Cincinnati. I hate traffic, the way other people drive, I don’t understand the daily stop and go traffic on the interstate. Sitting in stopped traffic again yesterday morning on 275, I looked up at the semi in front of me and written in the dust on a mudflap was this -Jesus Christ Saves- from Hal. Jesus saved me. My name is Hallie. Wow! I spent the down time thanking God for this message. It helped me reset my mood the rest of the day. GOD has this!
In 2008 I was fixed due to complications with my pregnancy after my son was born. On Nov 16, 2015 I found out I was 22 weeks pregnant and on Nov 25, 2015 I had my daughter at 23 weeks by emergency c section due to my water breaking. She was 1 lb 1 oz and smallest ever at Good Sam Hospital Cincinnati. She had eye, heart and lung issues and now at 18 months she is perfectly healthy. God gave me this miracle child because doctors had no clue how I was able to carry her, she’s a gift from above.
If life is a test I wonder how many people would pass. I took a test with instructions to read the entire paper before I began. It went something like this: 1. Put your name on the top of the page. 2. Do not erase any answers. 3. Draw a square. etc. The last question said only complete # 1. Too late, I already answered them all and couldn’t erase. I should’ve listened. Thank God Jesus is the ultimate eraser! He took life’s test for me and my name is written in the Lamb’s Book of Life!
I am a survivor of physical, mental and sexual abuse at the hand of my father. As a result, I am bipolar and have fibromyalgia. I am in pain every day. I see a Christian counselor and am on a lot of medication. But the reason I find joy in every day is my relationship with Christ. His love reached down to that neglected, hurt little girl and filled her with hope. I had a brother that showed me the unconditional love my parents were incapable of showing me. God never let me go! Praise Him
My wife and I were preparing to retire last evening. I turned the lights out, and my wife started to pray. I was going to pray and then said I’ll wait for her to finish, as though God would not hear me at the same time. I chuckled, and said that’s silly. I then had a thought that I had not considered before. There are billion’s of people praying to Him at the same time, and HE hears each and every one of them, and answers them all. Do we not honor, and serve an awesome God!
I have dealt with a lot of grief and when I listen to “Thy Will” by Hillary Scott it brings me peace that I can have closure to keep my faith firs.t I’m a fighter & God has a plan for me!
I’ve been listening & enjoying STAR 93.3 nearly exclusively over a year now (enjoy some Country Music). Prior, I listened to KLOVE and had no intention of switching. My hands were full when going out to watch my grandson play & I dropped my radio. It looked ok & I snapped the corner of the back into place, only to find out I couldn’t tune in to anything beside STAR 93.3. Hence, His funny way, & now I’m a STAR listener and big fan of the music, artists and especially Brant Hansen & Sherry, and others!
In 2007 my dad became deathly ill. He had MRSA and had gone septic. He had a fever of 107 for 3 weeks. Dr’s told us to look at funeral arrangements because he wouldn’t make it. I remember driving to the hospital one day, it was raining outside and I heard the lyrics in the radio “I will praise you in three storm” I looked at the physical storm I was in but also the storm with my dad, I knew God was with me, he was with us. 4 additional weeks in a coma my dad pulled through. God is good!
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.