In this section:
- Listen to KSBJ online
- Listen to KSBJ on your smart phone
- Songs you’ve heard on air
- Lyrics to the songs we play
- Song title, artist, and album info
- Sign up to help us pick our music
- Learn about our featured artists
- DJs and Shows
In this section:
- Learn about your favorite DJs
- Connect with our DJs on Facebook
- Discover more about our shows
- On-air ministry partnerships including Focus on the Family, Proverbs 31, Insights for Living, etc.
- Plugged in movie reviews
- Concerts and Events
In this section:
- Concerts and ticket info
- Free events
- Meet the artist
- Hang out with KSBJ
- Events near you
- Events for the whole family
- Events for the NOW generation
- Post your event
- Request a DJ for your event
- Prayer and Growth
In this section:
- Need prayer?
- Want to pray for others?
- Becoming a KSBJ prayer volunteer
- Prayer resources and tips
- Strengthen your faith
- Learn about God
- Share an encouraging God story
- See God’s impact in other’s lives
- About KSBJ
In this section:
- What is KSBJ?
- How does KSBJ work?
- KSBJ's mission, vision, and values
- The history of KSBJ
- Listen to KSBJ on your smart phone
- Community involvement
- How to get involved
- Latest news and press releases
- Current job openings
- Industry partnerships
March 07, 2014 by Foluke
Felt a little tired this evening and did not feel like cooking for the family so I ordered some takeout. On my way to pick up my order, I had a thought while I was driving about an accident. I thought that was not a good thought! So I said a quick prayer and went on to pick up my order. I completely forgot about my earlier thoughts- I drive past this place everyday so what could possibly go wrong. I still drove cautiously however but another car backing drove so fast that he almost ran into me. I had to swerve my car as much as I could. I was so shaken after this that I almost could not drive for about 5 mins after. All I could do was say “thank you Jesus” over and over again on my way back home. As soon as I got home I went on my knees to give thanks to God for saving me from an accident and giving me the knowledge ahead. Please praise the name of God along with me, for He is good.
March 07, 2014 by bibi
30 Day Challenge
I have been on the 30 day challenge & i find it very hard to listen to anything else! My children and I love your songs, we ride & sing along! It just puts a smile on my face. Thank you for what you do! I know that this has truly been a blessing in my life. I feel wonderful everyday! I know that Lord is working inside of me & I just love the feeling!
March 07, 2014 by Susan
30 day Challenge and changes seen
The 30 day challenge.
March 07, 2014 by Kathleen
My 30 Day Challenge
About few months ago, I broke up with my boyfriend of two years. I was in a really sad place and knew that the only way to survive was to lean on God. The morning after we broke up, I was driving to work and decided to turn on KSBJ. I decided to take the 30 day challenge and I haven’t turned KSBJ off in over 3 months. I know I am growing stronger every day and I can feel God working in my life now more than ever before. I am so lucky to have taken the 30 days challenge. My commute to and from work is my favorite part of the day thanks to KSBJ
March 07, 2014 by Brittany
Car Accident - Happened For the Best
In early June of 2013, I was in my first ever car accident. Having just got my license, I was one of “those girls.” The kind that got way too excited and drove way too fast, putting the lives of other people on the road at danger. The first thing that happened when I noticed the car stopped spinning was I checked all around the car to make sure everyone was okay, and I was the only one in the car. I was still alive, and I was so grateful. My mind was racing and the first thing that I said out very loudly was “Oh my God, oh my God. Someone please come help me! Are they okay, is he okay?!” I was so surprised to find two adults of a friend I had been very close with race up to the car, and the father picked me up and carried me to their car, where they let me lay down until my mother and the ambulance showed up. A woman that was a retired nurse came up and asked if she could hold me and stay with me, and when she did, she prayed and told me over and over again “You have been saved! God is with you right now!” I didn’t know what to think and was so overwhelmed with adrenaline. I was shaking and had chills, even though it was summer. The husband of the nurse gave me the t-shirt off of his back and covered me in it. I was so incredibly thankful. After the ambulance got there and loaded me onto the stretcher we passed by my disheveled car and I noticed a plush hippo (my favorite animal) that my boyfriend had gotten me weeks before. I asked the man to get it for me, and I held it so tightly throughout the whole trip. After arriving at the hospital, with my friends, family, and incredible boyfriend there to support me and check on me having heard the news, we waited for the doctors and nurses. An officer came in and told me “Brittany, I honestly do not know how you are alive right now.” I started crying. The sixty year old man and myself, the only two people involved, were perfectly okay. Just some swelling and bruising, (which is completely normal). It wasn’t until a few days afterwards that I was sitting on the couch with my boyfriend discussing everything and I look up at him with realization and just said, “Oh my goodness! I have been SAVED!” Tears of joy sprang out. Something I had wished for my whole life up until that point had come true and everyday I am grateful, for I know how quickly your life can be taken away. I cherish every single moment. Although I still have my days that the car accident makes me severely depressed, I turn on KSBJ and I remember why I am still here. The song “Overcomer” has such meaning to me. It comes on at the perfect moments: right before I hit the spot in the road where my accident happened, when I am having a depressed moment, or when I let something bother me. It is so amazing.
March 07, 2014 by carmen
I am an overcomer
when I was 20 years old I went to jail for aggravated robbery. I ruined my life. When i was only 21 I became pregnant with my daughter and once again i thought i ruined my life. I had her when i was 22. Because of my felony on my record it is nearly impossible to find a decent job. But By the grace of God i have had several jobs. Some that pay well and others that pay just enough to get by. I became homeless when my daughter was just one hoping from house to house just to sleep indoors. (My rent became too much for me and i was evicted.) My car was repoed. But i continued to go to work at my dead end job and i continued to try. God landed me an apartment that was very on my minimum wage income. Then i was fired from my job because of me stealing just to pay for day care for my daughter. I didn’t know what i was going to do. I spoke with my daughter’s day care director (who is also a pastor) and she hired me on there. It was prefect. Being with my child as well as others was my dream job. I was later let go because being a felon i cannot work around children. (We tried for months to fight it.) So i began looking for another job .. on the verge of giving up i got a phone call for a nanny job. I got hired and now I’m making more money than ever before. I’m able to provide for my daughter the way i want to and life is no longer a struggle. Thru everything i went thru people always commend me for never quitting. I always say if i stop trying whose going to take care of her (my daughter). I am an over comer .. the Lord blessed me with a child for a reason. I had no will to try anything until i had her. He gave my reason to never give up m to continue to be an over comer. *john 16:33*
March 07, 2014 by Shara
This story is for the morning show. Per Bill’s request I am submitting this short story.
The gist of the message was this:
1. We should love Mondays because it gives us another opportunity to love on people, build relationships with our co-workers, encourage them, and pray for them.
2. Be a man or woman of integrity in our work place.
3. Be grateful and confident that God has placed us in our job for a reason.
4. Seek God to understand what that reason and fulfill it.
5. Be at work on time, be willing to do what it takes to get the job done.
6. Be the person your boss can count on and don’t get caught up the watering hole gossip. Again be a person of integrity.
7. Above all - love God and be grateful for the job you have. Be a light, love going in to work because it is another opportunity to share God’s love and change someone’s life.
March 07, 2014 by Guadalupe Quiroz
Update on prayer request
I wanted to write and thank everyone who prayed for me!
Last August, I wrote in to ask for everybody’s prayers. Something inside me told me that I should write in to request a prayer. It was definitely God doing his work to grow my faith in him when I was in such a low place.
I had been unemployed for 20 months and was going to have an interview. I had gone on many interviews before without success and basically was giving up on life too. It’s amazing how worthless one feels when we aren’t able to get another person to value us enough to give us an employment opportunity. However, once I asked for these prayers from everybody and started receiving those emails saying “Someone prayed for you,” I felt like I had value! Someone cared! I went to my interview so confident and I did so well. I actually got the job and I started in October. I hadn’t had the chance to thank everybody because I’ve been so busy with work (I can hardly believe I am saying that!).
Thank you to everybody in Houston who prayed for me because I have no doubt that your prayers performed the miracle of having this job. I will pay it forward and pray for all of you. Prayer really does work! Thanks again and God Bless all of you! :D
March 07, 2014 by maranda
My mom and dad met in coope elementary school. They have been together ever since. Four kids and three grand kids later they are still deep in love with each other. They may fight like cat and dog. God surely has blessed our family
March 07, 2014 by Liliana
My 30 Day Challenge”
I never really signed up for the 30- Day challenge but when I was pregnant through 2012-2013 I started hearing my local Christian radio station. Every day my car radio was on in that channel and my kids and husband knew that wherever we went we would listen to that channel. Hearing Christian music would give me lots of peace and I was able to overcome my anxiety. Like if God was given me a sign to prepare myself of what was about to happen when I had my son. My son was born on April 2013 with an undiagnosed heart problem, until two days later when we were suppose to get discharge from the hospital. our son has gone through 3 heart surgeries, intestines surgery, and G-tube placement and numerous of hospital stays in the 9 months that he is. God has been with us through good times and bad times. We relocated to Houston and I kept on looking for a Christian radio station and finally KSBJ came across. now my car radio station is just on KSBJ. Today I started hearing it online.
thank you KSBJ and the 30-day challenge that change my life. GOD is great and with him all things are possible.