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God Stories: Lives impacted by KSBJ & NGEN

Husband’s Stage 4 Cancer

November 05, 2016 by Becky

My husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 esophageal cancer and the first thing his doctor told him was “Don’t research this on the web!”  That’s because the survival rate is dismal, especially with a tumor so large we nicknamed it “the Texas tumor.”  The first days were a blur of numbness and shock as we had to wait for space in the program so he could be admitted, and we had the actual feeling of holding on to a tree root as we’re hanging off a cliff.  Through prayer, we LET GO and dropped onto the rock that is Jesus Christ.  Doors opened and my husband was admitted into the MD Anderson proton therapy treatment, which is an amazing technology to blast cancer while lessening the damage to surrounding tissues. 



We arrived at the separate proton therapy facility in the Med Center to find a beautiful, two-story atrium building where you check in on the top floor, then walk down an open staircase to the lower floor.  After we checked in, my husband turned to me and said excitedly, “They’re playing KSBJ!”  With the high ceiling and the two-story lobby, the sound of praise music to God permeated the entire facility.  I felt Jesus walking down the staircase with us, giving us strength for the next step of treatment.  No massive European or American cathedral with stained glass and golf leaf could be as beautiful as this place of hope and life.  Thank you, KSBJ, for lifting our spirits and reminding us of God’s presence and promises.  (5 years cancer-free, take that Satan!)

Answered Prayer

November 03, 2016 by Kathy

Well I have been praying for a very long time to get some help on getting my house repairs done. Back in May, I shared with Jen how I asked a friend for prayer because I was having a hard time not worrying about things. He texted back and said he would pray. Then a few minutes later, I got a text asking me if he can help. I replied that I needed help with my house getting painted, and he said he would come check it out the very next weekend and see if he could help. Well that is where it all started! Now the front and sides of my home exterior have been painted, my dead tree has been removed, and new flowers/bushes have been planted. PLUS now my hallway, front room, bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen have all been painted! It’s so amazing what God has done!!

Small Prayers Can Be Huge

November 01, 2016 by Michael

I officiate football, and one Saturday I had 4 Pee Wee games, 4th and 5th graders at Cinco Ranch High School in Katy. I asked a parent to say a prayer for me before the games began. I didn’t mean right then and there, but the parent immediately said “OK, let’s move over here.” So just a few feet away from everyone, he prays a brief prayer for me out loud.



After that, I had my best day officiating Pee Wees all season. No coaches yelled at me even once for almost 8 hours of game…and that in and of itself was a miracle!!



Today I repaid the favor to a Pei Wei server at one of the new locations here in Katy. KSBJ encouraging prayer to servers really has encouraged me to ask for prayer and ask others if I can pray for them as well.

Is God Real?

October 24, 2016 by Brianna Cox

I grew up in a Christian family and went to church, but I didn’t understand it. I didn’t pray or read the Bible or anything like that. When I couldn’t go to the kid’s service anymore and I had to go to the adult service, for me it was really boring. Sometimes I even tried to go to sleep.



Then one day, when I was playing on my computer, my mom said to put on some Christian music. So I put on some songs from Toby Mac and I liked them. Then later my mom put on KSBJ in the car, and one of the Toby Mac songs was playing. I really loved it. So I started reading the Bible and started to pray and I finally understood it. I finally understand that God is real. So now every morning, right before school, we listen to KSBJ!

Praying for Servers

October 03, 2016 by Mary Ann

I just recently attended a family wedding at an event center in middle Texas.  Being an avid KSBJ listener and a prayer partner at my church. I have been listening to the stories about praying for your food servers if you are at a restaurant.  My husband and I in our travel had the opportunity to do that for the young woman who was tending the buffet line at our hotel. That was awesome! But, here is one more ....



While attending the wedding, they were serving food and alcohol, and they had a police officer on the premises for security purposes.  After thanking this young lady officer for her service, I remembered the KSBJ challenge and asked the officer if there was anything I could pray with her about. She was reluctant at first, but then she told me how her and her husband were fostering a young girl whose father was currently serving time for crimes he did against this 8 year old.  The officer was concerned about the young girl’s future and how she wished her dad could value her as the treasure she surely is. And since he had plea bagained for a lighter sentence he was due to get the young girl back. I prayed with the officer for strength, courage, and comfort and for God to put His hand on the situation.  We both were sincerely touched at this opportunity to share a burden and bring it to the Lord who is able to do all things.



I just wanted to say thank you to KSBJ!  I am a prayer partner at church for those who need/want prayer. But in that capacity I wait for someone to approach me.  Following the example of KSBJ, I went out of my way to offer prayer if wanted by approaching someone who serves.

Feeing God’s Presence

September 29, 2016 by Julie

Church was so amazing today! I felt our Lord Jesus Christ like never before. During the whole service I was praying so hard and wanted an answer. I wanted to know. Right after service was over I was thinking maybe God forgot about me and will answer my prayers later. I was about to leave when a lady came up to me and said, “God was listening to you the whole service when you were praying.” She laid her hands on me and started praying. I raised my hands to Jesus as tears ran down my face. “Jesus loves you. He’s always had and has always been there for you. Jesus is here. Let her feel your love.” The lady continued to pray and I repeated after her. “I surrender to you. Jesus, have your way…” Then she said, “You will feel His love, Now!”



I can’t explain the feeling I had, but as soon as she said that I felt like something overcame my body and I couldn’t control it. More tears came down my face and I couldn’t feel my legs. Slowly I started kneeling down (again, I completely had no control over my body) to my knees, knowing I was kneeling down before our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Then the lady started speaking in tongues. “Jesus is working on you and has great things planned for you.” she said. Then she said, “Let her feel peace!” and I stopped crying. A little after that, she said, “Let her feel joy, Jesus!” and I couldn’t help but smile.



Matthew 7:7-8 (KJV)
7 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:
8 For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.



I know my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is real and he died for me. He loves me and every one of us. I am thankful for the blood of Jesus and please cover my family and friends in it!

God is Faithful

September 22, 2016 by Lisa

My husband and I owned a small manufacturing company that went out of business in January 2016. Since that time, my husband has been working diligently to help Veterans in our area with his ministry.  He does not get paid from the ministry. Times are tough. Money is tight and getting tighter.



On Monday I woke up and went to my prayer closet. I sat down, read some scripture, and called out to God. I asked God to please help us make it through the next two weeks until I got paid again because we had $1.77 in one account and about $8.00 in another account.



When I got to work on Monday, I received an envelope with my name on it from my boss. I looked inside and there was a cash bonus. I started shaking and went into her office. I asked her what this was for and her reply was, “Because you are so awesome!”. I hugged her, thanked her, and told her that I had prayed for God to help us. She smiled and said that when she woke up, she started praying and God spoke to her and told her that I needed that money.



God is SO good! I honestly did not know how we were going to pay for gas, groceries, etc. for the next two weeks. After I sat back down at my desk, I got a vision of God kind of chuckling and saying “I told you I will always take care of you my child”.

Finding a Job & Growing my Faith

September 12, 2016 by Lindsey

I graduated from Texas A&M with my second degree in four and a half years in Dec 2015 and was only 22 years old. I just *knew* I would get a job right out of the gate, but boy was I wrong. I prayed for my first couple of interviews but just had that “gut feeling” that I would get what I wanted quickly. After receiving denials for those first interviews, I was definitely bummed but knew God had something in store for me. Right after my denial email for the job that I really wanted and just knew I would get, the first song I heard on the radio (KSBJ of course because they always play the right song at the right time) was Just Be Held by Casting Crowns. The line that says, “Your world’s not falling apart, it’s falling into place!” spoke to me so clearly, and I knew that God had something in store for me down the road, it just wasn’t the right time. I kept putting in application after application with no luck but I knew something was coming.



Looking back on just a few months ago, I can see that I had blind faith and knew God would eventually provide, not because I was genuinely leaning on him and trusting him but because God wouldn’t let me fail right? Now, I’m 9 months out of school, still with no job, but God is really showing me what it means to actually trust him and lean on him and walk with him not just knowing in the back of my mind that he’ll come through for me.



Since this realization, I’ve gotten involved with a new church in College Station. The first Sunday I went, the pastor was beginning a new sermon series. And guess what the topic of the sermon series was? Five Essentials for Growth (in Your Faith)!! Here I was, knowing that God was working on me, but not really knowing what to do. So I walk into church and there is a giant here-is-exactly-what-you-need! And it doesn’t stop there. 3 weeks in a row, as I’m leaving church, Lauren Daigle’s “I Will Trust In You” comes on KSBJ before I even make it home just right down the street. Each time, I’m left in tears and just sing my heart out because it is so incredibly applicable to my life right now. I’m so thankful that I’m learning to really grow my faith and walk with Christ instead of just apathetically slothing through my trials knowing that God will do the work to take care of me.

KSBJ Settles Me

September 09, 2016 by Jackie

KSBJ came to work with me! I started a new job in February, and was suffering from anxiety. We are allowed to listen to music, but can only catch a few radio stations. Luckily KSBJ is one of those stations. You guys helped settle me, make me laugh, think, and pray.  THANK YOU!

God Sent an Angel

September 07, 2016 by Delena Smith

With all of the bad in this world, I will say there are still angels among us and good things happening! My husband played golf last Thursday morning in Dallas and put his clubs in the bed of his truck. He drove 30 minutes and got to his hotel only to discover his tailgate down and his clubs nowhere to be found! To make it worse; his wallet, cash and credit cards were in his bag! So of course then he is sick to his stomach and has no way to fly home from Dallas. He drove around retracing his path for an hour looking for them with no luck. He had called me when he first discovered his bag was missing, and I started praying for God to send an angel to help. I said, “God, this looks impossible, but I know you are bigger than this situation! I know anyone could find those clubs and keep them but please send an angel to find them.”



My husband received a call within 30 minutes from a man named Stephen who had found his clubs and wallet! He had searched in his wallet to find a card with his work number on it. He then called my husband’s office and they patched him through to my husband’s cell phone. My husband met with him to retrieve his items, and the man would not take anything for returning them! He actually also apologized for having to go through his wallet!



I told my husband, “You just met an angel!!” With this answered prayer I felt such a restored faith in humanity! God bless this man, his family and everyone around him. God is Good!!

KSBJ Brought Me Home

September 05, 2016 by Jill

I was adopted as a newborn. When I was 18, I found my biological parents. 6 months later, I was having dinner with my biological dad. We had become very close since meeting. After we had dinner, we were involved in a road rage dispute and my dad died in the street, in front of the metro stop, after being shot 5 times.



I spent years holding on to anger and hate. I was angry that God could allow me to lose my dad again!



A year ago I began praying and asking God for His forgiveness for the anger I directed at Him a year ago. After praying about this for a few weeks, I turned on KSBJ. Everything has changed in my life since then. I went back to the church where I grew up. I finally felt so much weight off my shoulders and I was able to let go of so many bad feelings. Thank you KSBJ for bringing me home.



Also, if anyone reading this may be one of the many people who helped try to save my dad that night, or who helped me, THANK YOU! I have wanted to thank you all for 14 years. God bless you all!

Healing

August 24, 2016 by Lisa

I had been very worried for several months and agonized over some medical tests that were upcoming. As I waited every day for the results to come back, I would pray for God’s healing and strength and to let my tests come back normal. The day before I received the results, I opened the facebook app on my phone. The first thing that popped up was the scripture posted by KSBJ.  On July 7, the scripture from Mark 5:34 was posted. “He said to her, daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering.”



I knew immediately that God was speaking directly to me and that I was healed. It was one of the most powerful moments in my life. I knew that my test results would be OK. The next day I received a call from the doctor’s office that my test results were normal. I knew before I even got that call that I was healed.



Thank you, God, for speaking to me through KSBJ.  I have shared this with others as a witness to God’s grace and mercy and love for all of us.

Twenty One Pilots

August 02, 2016 by Emma

I have been struggling with depression for a year. And it just seemed to snowball, and get worse. I had lost hope and was even starting to question if God was even out there. But when I felt like my world was completely crumbling around me, God led me straight to a band named Twenty One Pilots. The popular band had a great reputation in radio stations that didn’t have to do much with God. But what I had realized, and the other radio stations must have over looked, is that when you read Twenty One Pilots lyrics, there is a lot of faith in their words.



I found hope with them, and conquered my depression. But most importantly they saved my faith. So for me to hear that KSBJ is starting a new radio station, NGEN, who plays Twenty One Pilots, makes me so happy and hopeful for other teens who are struggling to find faith in their lyrics.

God is Good!

July 27, 2016 by Peggy

I was recently laid off from my job, and for the first time ever found myself unemployed. I volunteered to work at a job fair with KSBJ at The Woodlands Church. I prayed with many people that day, but there was one gentlemen who God specifically placed upon my heart. He was very sad and really needed a job. We prayed together and went our separate ways, but I often wondered about him. Today, I attended a job fair ministry and the same gentleman was there. He spoke and shared how the good Lord has blessed him with a job! To God Be the Glory!!!!



I spoke with him after the meeting, and he wanted to thank KSBJ for being at the job fair.  Keep up the AWESOME work KSBJ!

God Blessed Me

July 22, 2016 by Monica

My car was falling apart and I was stressing out about getting a new car. I was not sure if I could get approved. I prayed about it and said I would leave it in God’s hands. Well, my prayer worked and I was able to get the car I wanted. I thank God because He was able to find a way for me!

A Life of Grace

July 19, 2016 by david

Having been addicted to all types of pornography for many years, I decided that it was time I do something. On June 21st at 10am I met with my pastor to get help in overcoming this addiction. He helped me to realize that when I prayed the Sinners Prayer as a teenager, I was just going through the motions.



After talking to him for about 15 minutes, I came to see that the only way to truly conquer this addiction, was to place my life in the hands of Jesus. At 10:19 that morning, I bowed my head and confessed my sins to Jesus, and asked him to come and rule my life. I now know that He is the only way to live!



It is now 3 weeks later and I no longer have the desire to give in to the enemy and look at the stuff I had before. I know that it is not going to be an easy road that I now travel, but I AM NOT WALKING THE NARROW PATH ALONE, for my God and my Savior is right beside me each step of the way! I will no longer allow the enemy to control my life. Looking back, I can see the many times God tried to get me to turn my life around and I just kept putting it off. I am so thankful for His grace!

Marriage Restored!

July 18, 2016 by Karina Russell

All praise to my king!



After 16 years together, and 13 years of marriage, my husband left me and our 3-year old daughter. He said he had enough and it was best if he left.  Of course like any other marriage we’d had issues, that just kept piling on. Broken down, like I’ve never been before, I did the opposite of what the enemy would have liked for me to do: I stood up and kept living, I put everything in God’s hands, and I got myself a “prayer room” just like the movie! After selling our home, we went separate ways, him to his sister’s home and me to my brother’s.  It was hard, especially some days when I had to handle certain questions from my 3 year old: “Mom, where is daddy?”, “Mom, is daddy coming home?”, “Mom, I want daddy!”



My response from day one was to keep praying for him to come home…to pray, pray, pray for God to make a miracle happen! With my family, his family, close friends, church members, and of course KSBJ praying for him and my marriage, I’m happy to say that God answered our prayers!



Since 6/22/2016 we have been back together.  It didn’t happen like he had planned, but it happened how God planned it out.  A little rough night on 6/21/2016, but needless to say, I choose my husband over anything, I choose to save our marriage, I choose to give him another chance.  The best part of all this, is that my husband also has chosen God, he has re-accepted Christ in his life and he has made a promise with Him and with us that we will get the help we need to make this marriage work.



I thank you all for your prayers!  If I have to say one last thing, it is that God is always faithful! This is not the 1st time He has made a miracle in our lives. Our daughter was a result of God, with the help of In-vitro! We have a long road ahead, but if we keep our eyes focused on God, everything will fall into place!  I’m a true believer of my God who I know is alive and He is my king! And I will share my story anytime to anybody who is going through the same situation.

KSBJ Music in Me

July 12, 2016 by Beverly

I have always loved music of all kinds, but ever since I found KSBJ, I’ve listened to nothing else. I found it humorous in January when the 30 day challenge came along, because for me it was no challenge at all! Songs like “Just Be Held” speak to my soul and are a constant reminder that God is with me. So keep up the good work KSBJ, because not only does God Listen, but so do I, and alot more like me!

The Holy Spirit

July 11, 2016 by Kristen

The most amazing thing in my life just happened an hour ago. I was driving home from work, singing along to Big Daddy Weave’s Overwhelmed, when I felt a rush of the Holy Spirit. He was everywhere, but He was also next to me and sweeping through me. Like a breeze, but inside. A warmth but not the temperature kind. Tingling I guess is the right word too. I started crying without even knowing it. I was laughing with so much joy. Every guilt and shame just . . . left. I’ve never felt His presence so tangible. It was incredible. I can’t stop smiling!!

Sharathon 2016

June 24, 2016 by Ruth

The week of Sharathon started out a little rough for me. I had just gotten a protective order against my ex fiancé. Also there were many other things that week that made me feel so sad, lonely and hopeless. That is until I felt God tugging at my heart to become a giving listener of KSBJ. I made one pledge at the beginning of the week. I still felt Him tugging at my heart so I decided to also give to NGEN and additional gifts to KSBJ. Now that I have obeyed Him, He has blessed me with so much joy and peace. I am praising God that KSBJ is fully funded for another year! I can’t wait to see how he is going to bless my socks off in the following year.

My 6 Year Old Son Gave During Sharathon 2016

June 24, 2016 by Shae

We always listen to KSBJ in the car. My 6 year old son is finally starting to (think he knows) words to alot of the songs and sing along (some translations are hilarious). When you think they aren’t paying attention…they are!



We talked about Sharathon in the car today and he said, “I thought it was a marathon!” So I explained to him what it was all about, and I asked him if he wanted to give some of his money that he’s (unwillingly) saving. (He has a toy addiction and loves to spend as soon as he gets money). I asked him, “Do you want to give some of your money today?” (This was right after we had just left a couple stores where I had told him no to buying more toys and he had cried about it.) He immediately said, “Sure!” and committed to giving $2 of his money (he doesn’t have much saved at this point).



I am just glad to see him learning to think of others and not always himself and toys…some accountability/responsibility if you will. We are always blessed by everything we hear and we truly appreciate KSBJ!

He Will Provide!

June 24, 2016 by Dale

Today, 6/24/2016, I was on my way to my office, and God began speaking to me about giving. He said you pay for a radio service subscription, but what do you get from it? What does your community get from it?



He said sow your seed where fertile ground is (KSBJ). So without a second thought, I logged in to KSBJ once I got to the office and did so.



God sent me more work than I could handle for the next 12 months, enough to not be worried about the giving. I’ve always followed His Leading, and this is His way of blessing me & my house for serving Him.



I’ve learned a long time ago, YOU CAN NOT OUT GIVE GOD!!!! If God tells you to do it, put Him to the test & do it! He will not fail you, He WILL keep His WORD, and you will be blessed.

My 30 dollar switch

June 22, 2016 by Chels

For 7 years, I have been trying to get pregnant. In January, I started fertility treatments, believing in God for a miracle. Praise God, I am now 2 months pregnant! I had been paying for a gym membership at $30 a month but have not been able to go because of the treatment and now being pregnant! Today I decided to cancel my gym membership so that I can make a switch and give those 30 dollars a month to KSBJ. KSBJ has blessed me more times that I can count and God has spoken to me through the DJ’s and the music. Thank you for what you do KSBJ!

Car accident changed my life

June 21, 2016 by CONNIE

I graduated from college when I was 20, got a great job, drove a nice car, and was making good money. I was partying and traveling and thought I was very accomplished, but my heart was restless.


I began volunteering at church and making small changes in my life, but I still loved to go clubbing and listen to rap and hip-hop, and I drove an expensive sports car.


On my way home one afternoon, I ran a stop sign and caused an accident. I was at fault and luckily did not hurt anyone. I called my boyfriend to pick me up and made arrangements for a rental. I was very bitter with God. I was making changes in my life, so why did He allow this to happen? When I was living in sin, life was good, but when I decided to change my ways, bad things started happening. I was mad that it was not fair.


When I picked up my rental car at Enterprise, the radio station in the car was set to KSBJ. I had never listened to Christian music before, ever. I was irritated. I asked God, “Is this a sign? What do you want? Fine. I will listen.” That was the first day I ever listened to Christian music. The words touched my heart and slowly my heart of stone began to soften. The mustard seed was watered and my love for God and my neighbors began to grow, and it continues to grow today, 14 years later. Now I only listen to Christian music, and so does my family. From my own personal experience, what I listen to, even in the background, makes a significant impact on my soul. Listening to KSBJ has changed my life. Thank you for being an instrument of God’s grace and mercy.

I Have a Story to Tell

June 09, 2016 by Joshewa

This is my story. On August 5, 2004 I lost my life. But then to get it back is an extraordinary thing. Now I am a Christian man and I have a story to tell!


I was at Wal-Mart and I was followed by a gang. (I didn’t know any of them) It all happened so quickly…my friend & I were chased down at 110 MPH! Why so fast? I was driving so fast just trying to get away from them. We crashed and we flipped three times.


I am ok now…thank you God for sparing my life!! But at first they couldn’t get me breathing. It was God who put the right workers there at Memorial Herman to save me. I was in a coma for 3 weeks. I still have the pictures from the hospital. At first I couldn’t walk, talk, sit up, or breath on my own. I was on the machines, and I had to learn it all over again.


I have forgiven all of the gang members. Do they know it? Probably not, but God surely knows I have forgiven them. It doesnt matter what you been through. It only matters what you make out of it. I was given chance #2. I love God & his son Jesus Christ.

KSBJ is such an encouragement

June 06, 2016 by Lesley-Carron Brink

I moved to USA from South Africa 8 years ago and what a joy it was when I found your radio station! My car radio and all other radios in the house are set to KSBJ! I love the little devotional “Jesus Calling” and KSBJ is just the same to me. The times when I feel down or discouraged I turn on KSBJ and God will speak to me through the song you are playing.


Our oldest son has faced so many challenges and there was one day in particular where I felt speechless! Tired of praying and feeling discouraged. I got in my car and the song was saying “when you don’t know what to say, say Jesus!” This is just one of the examples. I thank you for all you do to bring hope, encouragement, joy, love and faith to many each and every day. I love you all and appreciate you KSBJ!

Long-Time Listener

May 31, 2016 by Emily

I moved to the Houston area from Florida 13 years ago and thought I’d only be passing through. I started listening to KSBJ almost immediately as I had listened to other Christian radio in other cities. I’ve been reflecting lately on my life and all that I’ve been through in the last decade, and realized how God has used this station so profoundly to keep me afloat through ups and downs.  Thank you. Thank you.

Believe

May 26, 2016 by Phyllis

I have been battling Shingles for 7 weeks now and going through medications that my system cannot handle, and being sick from those. Last week they took me off all the medications to help the nerve pain. I prayed to God some more and told him that I believed he would heal the nerves and relieve me of my pain, which he has in just a week! I have a little discomfort but nothing like it was. I am now trying to get over the insomnia caused by being so stressed over the pain and the medications. I also have turned to God and asked him to help me sleep without medication assistance.


As I was driving to work and praying the song We Believe was also running through my head. I had not been listening much to KSBJ in the past week or so or anything on the radio for that matter. I turned to KSBJ right after I finished praying and guess what was playing…We Believe! God always answers if we can just have patience. Praise be to God!!

Change

May 24, 2016 by Kristie

My name is Kristie. I have been clean from drugs for three years and I just moved my twin sister Kirstie here from Tennessee. She was in a really bad relationship for two years. She told me last night when we got done talking she wants to give her life to Jesus Christ too!

Believing in the Power of Prayer

May 18, 2016 by Shannon

Over the past 2 years my mom’s health has declined and she has been in and out of the hospital. Her diabetes has taken over and has made it very difficult to move around or walk, stand for long periods of time. It’s been very difficult to watch and had taken a toll emotionally. The last visit to the hospital we realized she could no longer live independently because she had lost her vision in her left eye. She could no longer drive and in a since lost her independence. I was completely in distress, not knowing what to do or who I could turn to so I began to pray. I prayed for hours sometimes because I was to worried to sleep or even eat. I cried out to God our father and begged for help and mercy. The places my husband and I began to search were assisted living facilities that were way out of what we could afford. My mother was living on her fixed income. She was only receiving social security benefits and she had no other saving or property.


I prayed for help and within a week God had placed the right people in our life who provided a couple of places she could get the proper care she needed and was within her fixed income.


As I was moving her in the facility, I soon realized that the place was not in the county where my mom was receiving her medical care, and I began to panic. However, the owner of the facility began talking about a new location where she was going to move some of the residents, and asked if we were interested.


It turns out the new facility WAS in the county where she was receiving her medical care. I was so humbled of God’s grace and goodness. I’m forever grateful for all the help he has graced us with. I have changed from the inside after experiencing this miracle and hope to give back someday the same way God gave and provided for my mom. God’s love and mercy carries us through the most difficult times in our lives. Stay in faith, turn to God and his promises are true. I can testify to this for I have experienced his grace. I thank our creator every day.

I Shouldn’t Be Alive

May 16, 2016 by Frank

My story begins at 1 year old. My father told me that as a baby learning how to walk, I was diagnosed with spinal meningitis. My father rushed me to the hospital to find out what the cause was. As the doctors tried to help me, they accidentally put fluid on my brain, causing me to have seizures. During that time, my father had to re-teach me how to walk, talk, and use my arms.


Growing up as a child, I couldn’t live a normal life. There have been several close calls, when seizures while swimming almost caused me to drown, and seizures while riding my bike almost caused me to crash.


At the age of 18, I was given the opportunity to have a brain operation to fix the problem. At first it was a dream come true! My prayers have finally been answered! Then in a split second, realty kicked in. It’s not like you’re buying a car, or something you could return. So I asked the doctor if I could come back in a week with my answer. During that time, I asked a priest for advice. What he said changed my life. He told me: “If you ask someone a question, that’s God answering.”  So through the week, most answers I got were “Yes.” So even though I was scared to death, I went through the surgery, and I made it through with no problems.


Then, a month after 9/11 my trailer burned down to the ground. I had to jump out of the window to get out. A few years later, my appendix almost exploded, and I had to go through an emergency surgery. A month later, I was driving home, and the next thing I remember was waking up in the hospital. My father said someone pulled out in front of me, and I had to be “Life Flighted” to the hospital.


Now today, I am happily married, and I don’t take my life for granted. Today I try to do right by trying to learn the Bible and attending weekly church. The moral to the story is to be happy with what you have, because it could be worse! Thank you.

Help With House

May 16, 2016 by Kathy Law

I have been praying for a while now for help on my house. It is in poor condition. I asked a friend to pray for me. The person said they would pray for me, but then they asked if they could help. I said I could not find anyone to help paint my house. They looked at my house and said they could do it.


So the following week, we went for breakfast and then Home Depot for paint. My friend even bought the paint! So the following weekend they started the project, plus on Sunday we met for breakfast and went to Wal-Mart afterwards to buy stuff for my house which was a shock. So for 3 weekends we worked on the house, and my friend got the front and the sides of my house painted.


Then my friend said maybe they could help with the inside, which does need help, even though I never mentioned it. So this weekend the front hallway was painted as well! This person has been such a blessing to me and a good friend. I am so overwhelmed with joy that it brings me to tears. We are going to get more work done on the house, step by step. Little by little.


The Lord is a good, good father! Don’t ever stop praying for something! He answered my prayers in His time. I feel so blessed.

Coming Back to God

May 15, 2016 by Ruth

I had always listened to my CDs on the way home from work. I briefly turned to a radio station that was my favorite back in the 1990s. In January I started listening to KSBJ when they were having a thirty day challenge.


I did not realize how much I needed God and how far I had drifted away from him until I had a crisis in my family. At that time I was living with my then-fiance. His daughter and son-in-law moved in with us because they had nowhere else to go. I found myself calling and emailing KSBJ almost every night and day because I was so stressed out about the whole situation. I drifted further away from my fiance, his family, and my family and friends while I was communicating with KSBJ so much.


In March around Easter time, I seriously considered ending it all after I had a big argument with my fiance. I did not want to live in isolation anymore. I an so glad I didn’t end my life. The next day I was driving to work when I finally realized how deeply God loves me and all of us. The song “By Your Side” by Tenth Avenue North came on the radio. I felt so much love and joy after hearing that song.


I still thank God for the situation at my house in April. He granted me the strength and courage to get out of an unhealthy, abusive relationship and house. I know I could not have done that without God’s help. Words can not express how much my family, friends, church, coworkers and the DJs, volunteers, and listeners of KSBJ mean to me. They pointed me back to a right relationship with God. They are so faithful in praying for me and supporting me through the ending of my abusive relationship. Thanks be to God for KSBJ!

I’m Healed!

May 12, 2016 by Dee

Driving to work today I heard Rachelle on the morning show. She was talking about how she & her husband lost 100 lbs together. I think that was amazing but it encouraged me to share my story. Maybe I can be a help to someone as well.


On January 2nd 2015, I received my doctor’s report. This report was the worst I have ever gotten. My doctor asked me to make an immediate appointment. So I did and we discussed different options that I could do to help me. I really did not want to do surgery but I told him lets get a plan and if the plan fails, then I’ll consider surgery. So we came up with a basic plan to make healthier choices and exercise. By April 2015 I had lost 20 lbs. I felt good and I was determined that I can continue this and that the hard part was over (training myself to eat better and do something for exercise). In April 2015 I decided I wanted to join the gym and get a trainer. I spoke with a wonderful friend of mine and she encouraged me through the entire process, even going to the gym with me so I can sign up. My trainers weren’t working out, it just seemed like we could not get in sync with one another. I went through 4 trainers before I found the perfect fit for me. We are still hanging in there together.


On December 27 2015 I heard something that I thought I would never hear. My doctor told me that the sickness I have been battling with for almost 20 years was gone & I no longer needed to take medication. This was the massive change of my mindset. I never thought I was going to hear those words. I thought this sickness was going to be my long life sentence. BUT GOD!!! I won’t say it was easy to do because I have had struggles throughout the entire process, but with the support of family and friends and God always whispering in my ear that I can do it, I was able to keep going. My reports are still coming back positive and I am looking great and feeling even greater.


I must add, that many times I’m driving in my car listening to KSBJ, and a song comes on the radio to encourage me and tell me don’t give up. I will never forget me yelling in the car talking to the devil when I was at one of my lows, and Mandisa’s song Overcomer came on. And I told the devil I am an overcomer and I will go through and become victorious! Today I am celebrating a total weight loss of 80 lbs. Thank you for everything that each of you do on a daily basis for so many. Continue to let the Lord do His work in you. You are truly blessing so many. Much love to each of you!!!!

30 Day Challenge LOL!!

May 01, 2016 by Beverly

I started listening to KSBJ in October of 2015. It made such an impact on my heart that every time I changed the station, within 10 minutes I would be back with KSBJ.


Every song that I heard had a message that I needed to hear. Songs like “Just Be Held” and “Let Your Heart Beat Again” ... and artists like Casting Crowns and Danny Gokey and the many many others that God has used to get his message across to me because he knows thats how he gets me to hear him.


I have found a wonderful church in my neighborhood that has in it’s music base alot of the songs I hear on KSBJ, so these songs continue to minister to me even when I am not actively listening to KSBJ.


So, when the 30 Day Challenge came up in January, I had to laugh because since October I already could not make myself change the station. Thank you and God Bless you for what you do!

God’s Healing Hands

April 29, 2016 by Giselle Rodriguez

When I was a child, my father wasn’t always there for my family and I. He worked hard to provide for our family so he was rarely home. Whenever he was home, he was either angry or he was happy. The times that he was happy, he would smile at me and make me laugh. But when he came home angry, I was afraid because he would yell a lot. As I grew up, his anger built up and his happiness faded.


It wasn’t until my father and mother were hanging on by a thread to their marriage when my father started seeking Christ. One day when I was 8 years old, my father and I were outside, and he was saying he felt as if the world was at an end. God spoke through me and gave me the words “There’s still hope.” Those words pushed my father to try to be better for his family and for God. But growing up I still wasn’t that close to my Dad. Some part of me was still afraid but another part of me wanted my dad back.


I’m 14 years old and I have made many mistakes…Mistakes that have distanced us much more than I would imagine…but one day we were in church and the feeling of the Holy Spirit was strong as I cried out for strength for my family and I.


As I cried out, my father was crying too, and I heard a voice telling me to lay my hands on him to pray for him. In my surprise he hugged me. The only words I had to say to him were “I’m sorry” and “I can’t do this without you.” He told me “You’re not alone anymore” and “You’ll always be my little girl.” This may not be a big story, but I have my father back thanks to God’s healing in our relationship. God has broken that chain. All I can do is say “Thank You God!”

God Heals

April 26, 2016 by JC

A few days ago my husband and I posted a prayer for our baby with Fetal Hydrops condition. Today God answered our prayers. For those of you who have prayed, God hears you! Today doctors took another ultrasound and they were shocked when they realized that the fluid that was in our little baby has drained. Only God has drained it! God cured our baby and we are very grateful for this miracle. Our baby looks good except for two little cysts on his neck. I have faith that God will take care of those as well. Our God is capable.


For those of you who are sick, have a specific desire or a problem, please turn to the Lord and believe He hears you when you pray. Please don’t lose hope. He will answer your prayers and will guide you in troubling times, in Jesus name.

My personal testimony of KSBJ’s witness of God

April 22, 2016 by Verona

I grew up in a Christian home and first consciously accepted God as my Saviour at the age of 12. I participated in all church activities and attended several Sunday Schools in my community. I was an active member of Girl’s Brigade and our local Youth Fellowship. However, as I grew up, I found myself drifting from the Word and not actively chasing after God. I fell into sin. Although during all of this, I was still attending church and sometimes professing to be a Christian. I realized that what I was doing was wrong and would feel extremely guilty and would often ask God for forgiveness and promise Him that I would stop. I didn’t stop, however and would fall back into my sinful practices time and time again.


I was first introduced to KSBJ in December of 2013 when I visited my sister in Texas. I did not continue to listen to the station after I left, but when I visited her again a year later, I asked her if she had any Christian music that was more gospel music to listen to. We tried in vain to find another radio station besides KSBJ to listen to but could only find secular music. So I conceded defeat and consciously listened to the words of the songs. As it was December, you were playing many well loved Christmas carols and I was surprised to hear some of the hymns that I had grown up singing in the Methodist church.


By the end of my visit, I had decided to take the 30 day challenge and listened to KSBJ online when I returned home. By the end of January, my mother, sister and niece were singing along with me. The words of the songs played resonated in my mind and their scriptural references encouraged me to return to my first love and develop a deeper walk with Jesus. During lent of 2015, I pledged to deny myself and gave up my sinful habits, and began to read the Bible and more Christian literature as well as spend more time in prayer and fellowship with God. I rejoined my church’s bible study and became even more convicted of my need to change.


Glory be to God I am now praying my way through temptation and depending on Jehovah-Tsidkenu to help me live in right relationship with God and man. I thank God for using your ministry as a tool in helping me to repent and return to Him. I pray that my story will help others caught in sin to realize that God is real and that His grace is sufficient for ALL our needs as Paul tells us.


God bless you KSBJ as you continue to spread the gospel thoughout the world! I thank God for you.

Flood of Love

April 18, 2016 by Lauren

Monday, April 18th, I was headed to work in Houston. I noticed that the thunderstorm the night before had laid out the rain pretty bad and was driving extra careful. Just as I was passing Beltway 8, I heard on the radio that I-10 was shut down and that was the road I took to get work. So I hopped off the freeway only to see that the feeder was starting to flood. I turned into a neighborhood in hopes of going North to get on a freeway. But the water was too deep to pass through, even in my truck, so I turned left to go south. The water was quickly rising and I needed to get to higher ground. I headed back to the highway only to pull over at a storage unit where other trucks had gathered. I called my family and my boyfriend to let them know I was okay but it looked like I would be there for a while. My boyfriend, being as brave as he is, told his boss he was going on a rescue mission to come get me, but he had a Mustang and didn’t know anyone with a truck.


With nothing but God to lean on, I group messaged everyone and told them I was letting God take control and shut my phone off. With nothing to do I opened my Bible and started reading Genesis 1. I cried until I fell asleep and woke up when I noticed I had to go to the bathroom. I had been sitting there from 7:30 - 11:45. Just as I was about to start walking, I heard a knock on my window. Not sure what to expect, I looked up and saw my parents holding a bag with rain boots, a hoodie, and some rain shunts in them. We walked about half a mile North where a family friend’s truck sat waiting for us. We drove home in a short amount of time and I have never felt my prayers answered more than that day, when my parent’s flood of love for me, outweighed the flood I was trapped in!

Healing

April 11, 2016 by Diana

After my mother passed away 6 1/2 yrs ago, my life has not been the same. I was not the same. I was an emotional wreck, and I missed her so much. I missed her even more when I started my own family, wishing she was here by my side.


I had been listening to KSBJ on and off but never did the 30 day challenge. In February I started to listen to KSBJ again. I was committed to do the 30 day challenge this time. I was close to the end of my challenge when I was listening to you guys and I was healed. I haven’t felt this way in years. Thank you so much. I needed this. You guys do an awesome job!!

Life-Saving Healing

April 06, 2016 by Hallie

When I was 12 (2007) I was diagnosed with a condition called Pseudotumor Cerebri. Medications were working and I was getting better until suddenly I became allergic. With the spinal pressure raising too quickly and the fear of having a stroke, I underwent surgery to have a lumbar shunt placed in 2011 to help drain the fluid off my brain and into my stomach.


In October of 2012 I had a woman at my church pray over me at an altar call. Two days later I felt like something wasn’t right. My headaches were back but this time because the shunt was removing too much fluid. I went into my doctor who did not believe in God and told him want happened. Of course he did not believe me but he knew my pressure was too low so he did a revision and turned the flow of the shunt down.


3 months later, in January 2012, I was back because it was happening again so he agreed to turn it down to the lowest possible setting, still not believing that it should come out. The following month I was back. He kept saying that I will have to have it put back in if he removes it but I insisted.


So he removed the shunt and I am now on my 4th year being free from Pseudotumor Cerebri. With it and my shunt I couldn’t do the things most teenagers do. I spent 1 year in Pediatric ICU because of it. To this day my doctor still calls me and asks me to pray for him and over his patients (no names or information of course just that they need prayer). I was told when I got pregnant that it would come back, but I have a now 3 year old daughter and my pseudotumor has not come back one time. This was all God’s doing. They say that once you are as old as I was when I got the shunt (16) that I would have to have it my entire life. I will never be grateful enough that God healed me of this!

My Difference

April 03, 2016 by maria

KBSJ has impacted my life and my daughter’s lives. We listen to the station on the way to my job. My daughters love the songs they play, and we sing loud!


Listening to KBSJ puts love and compassion in my heart and I can share it with my coworkers and patients. So thank you for the best radio station!


Blessings always…a loyal listener.

Miracles

April 02, 2016 by colette

This past week I have witnessed 2 more miracles. The first one, a man who couldn’t eat or drink (being nourished by a tube in his stomach) ate 5 (!) teaspoons of ice without choking or any problems! Ice Cream here he comes!!


The second one, an older lady will be able to see via eye surgery (cataracts have left her almost blind and her family didn’t know if she was a good surgical candidate). Her surgery is planned later this month!


We were hungry and God fed us; we were blind and He made us see! Praise be to God!!

A Glimpse of Grace

March 31, 2016 by Ali

I work in home health as an occupational therapist.  I was working in the Tomball area, near the hospital, seeing patients in one of the assisted living facilities in the area. As I was driving to my next patient, a car drifted into my lane and was headed straight for me. It was a narrow two lane road with a steep ditch to the side. I only had seconds to make a decision to avoid a head on collision….the ditch or oncoming traffic. I swerved into oncoming traffic. Luckily no one was in that lane at that moment. I drove on a little way, furious at this other driver for nearly killing us, assuming they were probably texting. I decided to turn around to catch up to the other driver and give them a piece of my mind.


It didn’t take long to find the other driver pulled over on the side of the road. She rolled down the window and I realized it was an elderly woman and my whole demeanor changed. Visibly shaken, I asked her if she was okay. She said she was very sorry and had never done anything like that before. She was trying to get to the doctor and missed her turn. She just looked down for a minute to find her directions and when she looked up I was in front of her. She thanked me for being so nice coming back to check on her, for being such a defensive driver and doing the right thing to avoid what could have been such a terrible tragedy. I was on the verge of tears by this point.  All I could say was “hallelujah and praise God!” She told me she prays every time she gets in her car and that God was with both of us that day. We said our goodbyes and parted ways.


Later that day I was replaying the events over in my mind and thanking God for my safety. Right at that moment I looked over and saw a hand painted sign on the side of the road that said “A glimpse of grace.” I don’t know if it was the name of a business or what. I have never seen that sign on this road before. I felt a peace wash over me and I think it was God speaking to me, reminding me of His goodness, grace, and mercy. God is always with us and He loves us, but sometimes it helps to have a little reminder.

Realization of God’s great love

March 25, 2016 by Ruth

One night this week I was seriously considering it all, after an argument with my fiance. I am so glad I didn’t. Something absolutely awesome happened the next day. I was driving to work the next day when I had the most awesome realization about God’s love for me. He went to the cross because of His great love for each of us individually. I really am amazed that it did not hit me even twenty five years ago when I invited Jesus into my heart as my personal Lord and Savior. Easter truly has a completely new meaning to me this year.

Second Chance

March 23, 2016 by Daniel

This past Christmas my son wanted to watch God’s Not Dead, but I wasn’t interested in watching it. I believed in God, but at the time, I was pulling away from Him. So he and his mother sat down to watch the movie and I sat at the kitchen table working on a project. Surprisingly, the movie kept drawing me in. The movie ended and we went to bed.


I woke up early the next morning to clean out the turkey fryer and just felt compelled to put on a station my wife had been telling me about, KSBJ. As I was scrubbing the pot, I don’t know how to explain it, but something was happening inside of me. I grabbed the water hose to rinse out my brush and I was doing that and as the grime was washing off, the wind blew across my face. Immediately I knew something was happening and I felt it in my soul. I’m having trouble putting it into words, but it was as if God was telling me, “See how you’re rinsing your brush, I will rinse your doubt.”


Since that moment I have completely turned my life over to Him. I am getting my Holy Sacraments done, attending RCIA classes, and this June after 19 years of marriage I am going to marry my wife in church before God. It’s not an easy road but it’s worth it and KSBJ definitely makes the ride that much smoother. Thank y’all for letting me share and God bless.

Only God Could Do This

March 17, 2016 by Tini Siders

I was one of those in a prayer circle that wouldn’t speak prayer out loud.  God prompted me to begin a prayer group at work.  It started as a handful who gathered with me to pray for others.  We bridged the gap for others through prayer, so we call ourselves the Bridge Prayer Group.  We grew too large to meet together so I began sending out weekly devotions.  I chose a collection and published in my first devotional, “Building a Bridge One Prayer at a Time”. Churches have used this as a stepping stone for youth as well as women’s Bible study groups to get folks started in prayer groups.  I have just completed my second book, “Bridging the Gap One Prayer at a Time”.  I will be hosting a book signing in just a few days, but my book order was printed incorrectly so right now I do not have any books for the event.


The books came in last week and were printed incorrectly, leaving me with 341 books that I can’t sell.  I immediately got on the phone with the publisher that night and sent pictures to show the issue.  They began working to reprint the order.  To date, I still do not have my books.  They have assured me I will have them before the signing.  I have called, checked status, asked questions, escalated etc and still feel in limbo.  I have prayed so much over this book.  I want the Lord to connect the people to this book that He wants to read it and change their lives.  I want Him to receive the glory.  I know the Lord is telling me to trust Him.  It’s incredibly difficult to remain calm knowing you have an event planned around the books and not have books!  I presented my Pastor with his book last night.  You see, the hard covers came in perfectly as planned!  My Pastor and I had a great conversation.  When I saw my neighbors last night, we began talking about different things and “Trust the Lord” came up again.  We talked about being able to see how the Lord will use this situation to bring glory to Him through the books we can’t sell. 


We decided we are going to donate them to the troops, women’s shelter etc.  This was another great conversation where the Lord is leading me to peace.  This morning coming to work, I heard Rachelle’s sons recite the 8th resurrection egg story.  When one of them said “and Jesus died”, I began to cry.  Such emotion came over me.  I then heard several great songs on the radio, causing me to totally forget to call my husband to let him know I was on my way to work.  One song in particular was “I Trust In You”, by Lauren Daigle.  I worshipped all the way to work!  If you are struggling with trusting the Lord fully with a situation, I shared this to hopefully encourage you.  There’s nothing like the peace that only God can give us.  When you have a chance, listen to the song I mentioned.  You will be blessed.

God is on the move!

March 15, 2016 by Lauren Franklin

I’ve been debating about posting this for a few days now, but the excitement of how great God is is so overwhelming right now, and I feel strongly this might help someone who takes the time out to read this post. To put things as plainly and simply as I possibly can - without giving away too much information. With the weather being the way it has been lately and just this time of year can be slow for anyone who has a job that requires them to work outside - take my husband for example - you simply cannot operate a ginormous crane with high winds, rain etc. It makes taking care of your responsibilities very hard..and at times you may come to find that there’s more bills than there is money in the account. I cannot explain to anyone how I got to the place I am now with God ... but there’s definitely been times where I just wanna sit and cry and dwell on why life has to be so hard and so stressful ... that’s no way to live. I’ve asked God many times to deliver me from the things that are keeping me from growing more in my faith ... that could be stress, worry, greed etc. Although I’ve asked that, my heart still was holding on to these things I prayed about. I still wanted to be “in control”.  I’m telling you right now - when you truly let go of whatever that thing is holding you back ... the blessings just pour in. When you put all of your cares and trust in the Lord and you stay obedient to him ... it pays off. He IS listening to you - He knows all the desires of your heart, if you’ll just stop, take a moment and speak out loud. Call forth the things in your life holding you back, breaking your heart, destroying relationships etc. Call forth the things you wish to see improve in your life and speak to it as if it were already there!!


*Romans 4:17 says, “I have made you a father of many nations. He is our father in the sight of God, in whom he believed—the God who gives life to the dead and calls into being things that were.”
*Mark 11:23 says, “Truly I tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them.”


In conclusion I’m here to tell you ... God is on the move! Last week I got a large check in the mail from our energy company - which was our deposit when we moved in over a year ago. We received it for on time payments. I have been so in “awe” this week at moments being like “wow God - you are so amazing!” It couldn’t have come at a better time ... it was the exact amount we needed! He has absolutely perfect timing for everything & He will not let you fail in life ... if you allow Him into your heart..and pray for change ... it will happen. At times it may make you uncomfortable and you may have to go through some dark valleys along the way but I promise you ... God is right there along side with you every step on the way. And there is a reason for the detour.

Who was our helper?

March 04, 2016 by Mary

It was around 3:30 am when I was awakened by a loud thump. In all reality I normally say to myself “oh Alex fell again”, roll over, and go back to sleep. Well not on this morning. This morning I felt like someone had sat me up so I hurried out of my bedroom to find my husband Alex laying on his back on the floor. I called out his name and shook him and he didn’t answer. He was out for a while and wasn’t breathing. He then finally gasped for air, blubbered his lips and opened his eyes. I helped him sit up and that’s when I saw all the blood on the floor coming from his head. I then hurried and knocked on my daughter Audrey’s bedroom door. When she opened the door I saw the faces of 2 people standing there but only my daughter walked out and closed the door behind her. I assumed the other one was her husband Miguel.


Audrey and I took my husband to the emergency room where the doctor put 6 staples in his head and after 2 days they let him go home. Later that evening Audrey, Miguel and I were discussing what happened and I said “When I knocked on the bedroom door and Audrey opened the door I saw you right behind her Miguel but I guess she didn’t want you to see her Dad in that condition so she hurried and closed the door.” He said “I never got up, I thought maybe our daughter was up crying or something.”  So who was the person standing behind Audrey? We believe it must have been an angel.


I told my story to two of my closest friends and had a nurse confirm our suspicion that my husband may have died that night and come back. I truly believe someone perhaps an angel or maybe even God but someone helped us that Saturday morning and I thank God for giving my husband a second chance! My prayers are that God will touch his heart and heal him in the name of Jesus.


My husband has been off hard liquor since August 12, 2015 after this happened, and I thank God everyday and it’s in God’s hands and we are truly blessed. Our struggle with alcohol has been long and hard and my husband has gone to alcohol rehab 3 times before. I know my God is real because there were days when I truly didn’t know how I was going to feed my family. But God always came through for us and I’m talking about delicious home cooked meals without even asking or letting people know we had no food. How great is my God! Today my husband is doing well and he even has a full time job. Praise God! He doesn’t make as much as his previous job and our house is in foreclosure but I’m not worried. We’re happy and I know God has a plan for us. I’m just very very thankful that God removed the awful chains of alcohol addiction from my husband! On March 31, 2016 we God willing will complete 26 years of marriage and I thank God for all he has helped me. I know God has a plan for me. Jeremiah 29:11.

Power of prayer

February 25, 2016 by Diana Terry

A very good friend of mine, her name is Betty and is 74, found out a few years back that her breast cancer had came back, after 20 years. She went through all the chemo but ended up having a double mastectomy. She does not live here, and I don’t keep in touch as much as I should. So when I talked to her at the end of January she shared what had been going on with her. That is when I found out that she had lung cancer and 4 spots on her liver. Doctors weren’t too worried with the liver as they figured when she did the chemo on her lungs that it would take care of that also. So she went in for her first treatment only to find out that the chemo helped 2 of the spots but the other 2 were growing. That is where I came into the picture as they were going to be coming to Houston to MDS for radiation.


I suggested we meet for lunch when they got here, as they always come in a day early. So we met Sunday afternoon to eat. She has lost all her hair, but is in very good spirits. Her husband even told us that the doctors said they might have to cut out the part of her liver that was infected as it was a fast growing cancer.


I felt so compelled to pray for her. I prayed for her every morning for three days, as she was to have another scan that Wednesday morning. I called her on my way home from work to get the results Wednesday evening, only to find out that the spots on her liver were gone and the spots on her lungs were almost gone. They said she will probably only do one more chemo treatment and she should be good and in remission.
All I said was PRAISE THE LORD! Prayer is such a powerful thing, and our Lord does answer prayers!

God Answered My Prayer!

February 19, 2016 by Shamira Moreno

My father was in ICU for 2 months and doctors said he would never wake up. I had to make the decision whether or not to take him off life support. I couldn’t live with the fact that I will have the guilt of taking my father off life support but the Doctors said they would make a decision if I didn’t make one soon. I prayed that my father for one last time would open his eyes and look at me his daughter. The day the doctors were making the decision my father woke up and his breathing tube was removed. He was conscious, he was awake, he was crying and telling me in a raspy voice that God had better plans. 2 days later my father passed away. All glory to God that I will see my father again and I know he is in heaven. I thank God for all his love and all his mercy, that my father is not suffering anymore and he is in a better place. My mother died when I was 3 years old and by my dad passing it hurt me, but with time I have gotten closer to God and committed all my siblings to follow Jesus as well, and that He has better plans for us.

My turn around

February 15, 2016 by Aley

I didn’t have a phone and I was very mad. Everyone my age had a phone. So I got a texting app on my iPod with my own “phone number” and everything. One day, I was playing a game online. A boy chatted with me and asked me for my number. I told him I had a phone and a number and gave it to him. I felt so cool. But I was nervous and weary. I’d never texted any boy besides my father and brother. At first, we talked about normal things, like things about our daily life and activities. But soon he started adding hearts to the end of his messages and told me I was probably beautiful, so I should send a picture of myself. I didn’t at first, but after awhile l I sent him one. From then on, he told me he loved me and I was his princess. And I believed it. I didn’t even think about my Jesus and at church I glazed my eyes over and blocked out the messages. I became ugly. I wore so much makeup, it didn’t look good. I stayed up all night texting him and my grades in school failed because I kept falling asleep. My online “friend” soon became very personal asking me questions about my love life. I was now blind and took it as love. I thought I had everything I needed. A boyfriend. Like everyone else. But I still felt empty, but looked to him to fill my gap.


My dad took my iPod one day and started looking through it. I immediately grabbed it and wrestled it from him, losing. He gave me a second chance, knowing something was up, and asked me I was hiding anything. I told him no. When I went to bed, I tried holding my breath to kill myself. I knew they would find out everything so I prayed to Jesus for the first time in months that they won’t find out. But He had other plans. My dad came in my room with a stone face and brought me downstairs. My parents talked to me, silently, but sadly. They asked me if I still was a Christian, and how could I do this. How could I? I didn’t even know. I slept fitfully that night, but the best in months. Weights were lifted of my shoulders by telling them, but I was still mad about not having my boyfriend to tell me that I was pretty, I was smart, and I was worth it. My makeup, iPod, computer, and nail polish were taken away. I felt empty. Months passed, and Jesus kept passing through my mind.


Finally, I re-accepted Jesus into my life. The hole was filled! I felt new and changed. I knew I didn’t need anyone to tell me I was pretty, Jesus could help me! Now I know that if this whole thing had never happened to me, I might have done it now. Jesus turned this bad thing into a lesson. Now I will follow Him forever! My new motto is: IF YOU FEEL THE NEED FOR HUMANLY DESIRES, FILL THE HOLE WITH JESUS!

Nothing is impossible for God

February 15, 2016 by Raul

On Wednesday February 10, 2016 they told my uncle that he had stage 4 cancer in his pancreas. Yesterday (February 14, 2016) they said they can’t believe it but he doesn’t have any more cancer!

God Listens Billboard

February 12, 2016 by Lisa

A couple of years ago I was going through a divorce that I did not want. I was devastated, distraught, lost and didn’t know where to turn. I prayed one Sunday and cried so hard and ask God to please give me a sign, a clear cut sign that I couldn’t miss as to what I am supposed to do next? I fell asleep and had a dream. In my dream I was driving down 45 South, God spoke to me and said you’re heading in the wrong direction, you need to turn around. So I immediately jumped off the highway in such a hurry I went too fast and spun out of control. As I was reaching the turn around, my car slid up on the curb under the overpass and died right there, and wouldn’t start back up. I looked around and it was not a nice area, there was a big fence with junk all behind it and I thought why would they have that stuff like that by the highway? I looked up in my dream and said God I need you now, please help me, I’m very scared! And he clearly said, remain calm and simply wait, I’ve got you. I woke up right then.


Two weeks went by and I was heading to an area just inside the loop to meet a client. When I arrived it was a pretty scary place and I prayed for safety but went in to meet the client ... Once finished I was trying to hurry to get out of there, and had already programed my GPS for my next client so I turned it on and started to drive… my GPS had me heading South on 45 and it dawned on me my next client is in Conroe, why South? So I got off the next exit to turn around to go in the correct direction ... as I did I realized this is the same place as my dream!! I got goose bumps on my arms as I approached the overpass area and sure enough, there was the fence and all the junk under there!  I got goose bumps all over now ... I slowed down to about 2 miles an hour as I wondered what could this mean?? Then it dawned on me, what’s on the other side of this bridge? As I crept my car up slowly and automatically looked up at the sky towards God, the very first thing I saw on the other side of that overpass was the KSBJ billboard that simply said God Listens ... I broke into tears knowing He heard my cries, He knows my heart, He knows my pain, and He has me in his arms.


I ended up writing a book basically due to this and some other similar things that followed. My book came out this week on Amazon.com. The title is: Life Before And After Death, With God’s Love.
I have complete faith that God is directing my every step. Thank you for your sign!

Broken Spirit

February 12, 2016 by Lety

When I started the 30 day challenge, I had severe anxiety and was severely depressed. Having 4-6 panic attacks every day made me feel like my life had no point. I couldn’t be a wife to my husband, a mother to my kids, or even a good employee. I even developed agoraphobia. But listening to KSBJ, I realized that God does listen to me. My kids made sure we all listened to KSBJ. They even started singing along to all the lyrics. Now I know why God blessed me with two beautiful kids, a wonderful husband, and amazing co-workers. They are my Jesus Christ. I suffered for 6 months without any help. The thought of me going to therapy or even trying medication made me feel weak. But to God, I’m perfect. I’m learning to carry this new cross that the Lord has given me and I couldn’t have done it without KSBJ. I’m still fighting this mental illness but now I actually feel hope.

30 day challenge

February 03, 2016 by Betty

I have been listening to the station off and on. When I moved to Humble and found out y’all were down the street I was so glad. I am going through spiritual warfare now, but since I started listening to KSBJ there’s a real change in me. My spirit is really feeding off the music and the show that y’all have. On my secondary job that is at night, I love the music and prayers that are on the program.

God worked on my daughter’s heart

January 27, 2016 by Elizabeth DeLeon

When I first started the challenge a friend told me to switch all my stations to KSBJ so that I wont be tempted to listen to anything other than KSBJ. Well that was a real challenge with my daughter Andrea! She is a 13 year old and loves to listen to music that I really don’t agree with her listening to, but as she says “It’s cool music!” Well she would get very upset when we would ride in the car because she wanted to listen to cool music not KSBJ. She asked me daily “How many days until your challenge is over?” It would upset me but I kept listening. Well yesterday I was on day 5 of the challenge and we were coming back from visiting her grandmother and I was so overwhelmed, when all of a sudden Andrea turned the radio up really loud and said “Oh I love this song!” She started singing and knew all the words. She looks at me and says “Mama I really like this song a lot.” It brought tears to my eyes and I said “Thank you Jesus!!” Only 5 days into the challenge and I see God working on her! I can’t wait for the days to come so I can see more miracles.

Music to Pump You UP!

January 25, 2016 by Emily

While in the car headed to my son’s basketball game my husband had the radio on a 90’s station playing some old tunes loud and considered hard core in our day.  He asked my son if the the music was getting him pumped because this is what he would listen to to get energized before his basketball games.  My son said “No”.  “So, what song would pump you up?”, my husband inquired.  My son replied “God’s Not Dead”. My heart swelled that my son finds power in songs about our God and his Savior and I’m appreciative to the Newsboys for creating hard hitting music that can pump my son up for sports and the Lord.

30 day challenge

January 19, 2016 by Lina

Last year I took the 30 day challenge, and now I am very happy I did. I started to go to church a few months before but still felt like during the week I wanted to hear more of God. As soon as I started to listen to KSBJ I felt like God was talking to me with the songs. Somehow every time I needed encouragement, a song would come on that would make me feel better. I can clearly remember feeling drained and hearing “He Knows” by Jeremy Camp. That song gave me hope in that horrible time. I really want to encourage other people to take the challenge. I feel happy, complete and hopeful since I stated listening.

Needed God’s strength

January 13, 2016 by Margaret

I decided to listen to KSBJ for 30 days and take the 30 day KSBJ challenge. I got in the car after work today, feeling exhausted, and the DJ talked about how God can give us strength to get through. 2 songs in a row talked about needing God to give us strength and hope and peace. I felt like God was talking to me and I reached out to pray with a prayer volunteer. I’m so thankful for KSBJ today!

Trust in the Lord

January 06, 2016 by Melissa

I was on my way to court for my ongoing divorce case which has been open for almost 2 years in March. Of course for peace of mind I listen to KSBJ in the mornings and Pam Kelly was talking about having patience in His plans and quoted Proverbs 3:5 which is “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding”. And when I heard that, I was like wow, you know this case has been going on for so long and every time something has gone wrong with the case I always got upset and questioned why things were going the way they were. I did not understand why things were going so badly. My daughter’s father has been out of our lives for 2 years and has not appeared for any court dates nor had any contact with us. We were not able to find him to finalize the divorce. When I get to the court house, I always felt sick to my stomach, but I went in with an open mind and heart just hoping it would go well because the first time a default divorce was granted without child support. Not this time. We had a different judge and they finalized it along with granting child support. I know divorces aren’t something right, but I suffered alot of emotional pain and verbal abuse through this marriage and knew in my heart I could no longer be with this person. So I know God has a plan for me and I just needed to be patient with everything! I am at a loss for words for how grateful I am for listening this morning. Thank you KSBJ for all the encouragement you give me to keep going every day for my daughter.

My righteous king Jesus Christ

January 04, 2016 by Javier

I have been an alcoholic for a long time and have lived my life for myself and never thinking of others. This past 2 weeks of my life I have found comfort in Jesus as he saved me from myself and for the first time in a long time I feel alive ...  I have started going back to church, reading my bible and reading anything I can about giving myself to God. I am thirsty and I will drink from God’s cup as he shows me the way to his kingdom.

I love a challenge

January 03, 2016 by Skip

I first turned into KSBJ 2 years ago. I heard about the 30 Day Challenge and I love a good challenge. I took the challenge and won!  I have taken it 24 times since then and have won every time. I believe that KSBJ helps me be a winner living for God. Thank you KSBJ!

30 Day Challenge

January 01, 2016 by Ronda

The first time I did the 30 Day Challenge, I stopped listening to “Talk Radio” on the way home from work. I would actually switch back and forth between KSBJ and a talk show. The host of the talk show was far from polite.

At the end of 30 days, I found I had no interest in continuing to listen to the talk show. The negativity that the host spewed on a daily basis had more of an effect on me than I realized.

Due to KSBJ’s calming effect, I consistently arrived home in a positive and peaceful mood.

Joy in my own holiday schedule

December 21, 2015 by Amy

I’m a divorced mom of two girls. They are blessed to have two good parents, so we share custody.  Every other year they are with their Dad for the week of Christmas, and this is one of those years. Most people will feel sad when they hear that I will be alone for Christmas.  I am thankful for their compassion and their open invitations to go have family dinner with them.  This year I am sharing my joy with all the single parents out there who are sharing their children for the holidays.  I am more than happy to spend this week alone.  I am so full of JOY! Why am I so full of JOY? I get an entire extra week to go shopping before my girls are back.  I can take my time and I’m in no rush.  We get to have our own holiday next week!  #blessed! Because I’m a school teacher, and last week was so chaotic and busy, that I am happy to have some time to relax and sleep before spending every waking moment with my sweet girls. Because this year I get to attend as many Christmas Eve services as I want, and I can sing along without embarrassing my kids. Because I honestly do NOT have a talent for holiday decorating, nor do I have much money this year, and their dad and stepmom do, so this year I know they’re in good hands having a fabulous time for the holidays. Because I love reading and hiking, and I get a few days to do that before the kiddos get back. Because next week I get to hear all their stories.  They tell me everything, and they love that I listen!  So I get to hear story after story of their fun week.  Their happiness brings me joy. (...so does the fact that the younger one will exaggerate her stories and the older one will insist on correcting her every time… cracks me up…) Because earlier this year I came to know Jesus, and I have been more at peace this year than any other year, and I thank Him for the gifts of Love and Peace He brings.  To all the single parents out there who do not have their kiddos on Christmas this year:  My prayer is that you will enjoy this week and I hope you get to have your own fabulous holiday when your kids get back.  If you’re an extrovert, I pray you have family and friends with whom you can share this time.  If you’re an introvert (like me), I pray you enjoy the quiet time with a fabulous book and hot chocolate.  And I pray you will all feel God’s peace and love in your hearts.

Choosing joy every day

December 16, 2015 by Donna

I was married for 37 years and after struggling the last 3 years of my marriage to keep it together, I finally relented and gave in to the divorce. I had not been joyful in my marriage and had become quite bitter, but through trying to save my marriage, I chose Joy every day.  Shortly after my divorce 2 years ago, I found a Godly man and we are sharing life together.  I choose joy every day because I’ve been on the other side and it’s not pretty nor satisfying at all.  I can and do choose Joy because of the sacrifice my Lord and Savior made for me.  There’s no greater love than that He has shown me through His sacrifice on the cross.  I praise Him for always being there for me.  If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.  That’s the truth I hold on to.

Amazing true story

December 15, 2015 by David

On 12/15/15, I was in a store called Palais Royal. There was a man there who asked an employee if they could sell him the materials to wrap a gift and also help him wrap it because he couldnt do it himself. A young lady assisted him, and it turned out that all he wanted to wrap was a single sheet of paper. As she began to help him wrap the piece of paper in a beautiful box with a bow and all the trimmings, he started a conversation with her. He said that he had been diagnosed a few months earlier with a terminal illness and given only weeks to live. He and his wife had children, some of whom were still young, and the thought of leaving his wife and children without a husband or father had broken his heart. His oldest son had died a couple of years earlier, and the grief over his son’s death had devastated him so severely that he ended up becoming sick with this terminal illness due to his body having given up the will to live. It was very sad. Then the young lady wanted to know what the paper was and why he wanted it gift wrapped, though she was obviously too polite to ask him directly. It turns out that shortly after his diagnosis, he became confined to a wheelchair, had lost the ability to speak, and had some other things happen too. His family had even purchased his casket and made his funeral arrangements with his input. As the two stood there wrapping the gift and talking, the man turned away several different times to hide his face, but it was clear that he was overcome with emotion and trying hard not to cry in public. As it turns out, it was not tears of sorrow he was fighting back, but tears of joy. You see, with support from his wife and her prayers standing with him, he had at a certain point decided to CHOOSE JOY in spite of everything. Once he decided that, his body began to heal. He no longer needed the wheelchair, and he was speaking clearly as if he had never been sick. And the paper he was wrapping? He explained that he had received the paper earlier that day, and it contained results of medical testing. He said that it showed him to be one hundred percent healed and that he expected to be around for his wife and children for a long time to come. The young lady was so sweet and as they were finishing up she said that she wished him and his wife long lives together. He asked her to write the card for him, and to make it “to Mommy and Daddy”, and it would be a surprise for his wife on Christmas. She wrote out the card to Mommy and Daddy, then added below it: “Love, God”. This is a true story, and I know it is, because I was that man.

God is always listening

December 14, 2015 by Gina

My family has been struggling financially for sometime.  In fact, my husband has moved temporarily to another state to earn some extra money to cover our rising medical bills, home bills, and life in general.  With much struggle, we were able to pay for the mortgage, vehicle, and even save enough money for Christmas travel to visit him in the North.  However, this took the entire paycheck leaving my son and I with $20 until payday.  We were almost out of everything to eat on Saturday.  At 4pm on Saturday, I made a decision to take some books and clothing to sell at a consignment store.  It was successful and I was paid $38.25.  I immediately stopped at the local grocery store to purchase meat, bread, and some staples to cover us for the remainder of the week.  When I checked out at the counter my grand total was $38.10.  GOD provided a miracle for me and my family. He always listens to our prayers.  Thank you!

Merry Christmas!

My friends Niece

December 09, 2015 by Donna

The Friday after Thanksgiving, my very good friend found out that her niece was taken to the ER. she is from Idaho, but, was visiting her relatives near Fort Worth, TX. She had been sick with what she thought was a stomach virus. She is an alcoholic and had been told by her doctor that she was going to die if she did not quit drinking. The 2 weeks she was sick, she hardly ate at all. At the hospital, she was diagnosed with liver failure, a severe infection in her colon which was about to rupture, her kidneys were not working and her ammonia level was deadly. Lots of prayers have been said for her, including those at KSBJ, she was not expected to live through the night. But, she did. She was not expected to make it through the next night. But, she did. I asked God for a complete healing for her. She has 2 young children and they need their mom. Well, this story is really long if I tell everything as it happened, but, to make it shorter, it is a miracle that she collapsed in the Fort Worth area and taken to the hospital she was taken to. Tonight, I received a picture on my phone showing her without the ventilator. She is responding to commands, breathing on her own, off of the dialysis and still alive!!! What a blessing. She has not spoken or really opened her eyes yet, but, what a long way she has come. All due to the power of prayer. Thank You Lord for always being there for me and for all the miracles You perform daily. I have seen one.

Broken Together

November 11, 2015 by Donna

This song has new meaning for me.  While I tried to save a 37-year marriage, my husband just didn’t value it and it ended a couple of years ago.  In God’s perfect timing, I found a new love and we have worked hard to build a wonderful relationship. It hasn’t come without baggage as people in their 50s and 60s often have after failed marriages.  When I hear “Broken Together”, it reminds me that our love will never be perfect, there will be hard times and misunderstandings sometimes, and past lives to intertwine in our new relationship, but as long as we recognize we are all broken, with God, brokenness makes you stronger, not weaker.  We both have broken relationships and are “broken together”.  God can and does heal relationships, hurts, our past and forgives as we are called to forgive.  I am so thankful for a loving God and one who truly cares not only about me, but about those in my life.  I am thankful for my new love and for the healing God is doing in both of us.

Favoring Love

November 10, 2015 by Enrique

My name is Enrique and my wife’s name is Jeffrey Genesse. We married September 2nd 2015. We have known each other since June 2015. We clicked right away, I have never been so connected to any human being like I am with my wife. I knew the first day, I was going to spend the rest of my life with this amazing person. I haven’t left her side once. My wife was born in El Salvador, moving to Houston Texas as a child, her mother raised her alone. I know of some awesome people (my mother raised four children while getting a Doctorates and fighting Leukemia), however my wife and her mother exemplifies true determination and living the American dream. My wife was diagnosed with Lupus as a young girl, having to go through chemo, she learned the value of a simplistic lifestyle. Her outlook on how life and great opportunities are, gives me the motivation to dedicate my life to ensuring her happiness. It has been an experience for the record books. Every moment we share is one of fabulous memories and lots of laughter. I was born in Houston Texas, my birth mother came here from Nigeria. I was adopted my mother is Caucasian and my father was Hispanic (hence the name). My father passed away from a tumor in 1995, moving me, my mother, and three sisters (my two younger sisters are adopted, all from different bloodlines), to Colorado. Regardless of what life has put in front of us, we have overcome it all with the love and favor from the Lord. We are a humble couple who have financial struggles, however we keep a attitude of gratitude. My wife and I have God at the center of our marriage and love each other unconditionally. We even got married without rings, ceremony, family, or anything. Just the Lord and our Love. Please and thank you for your prayers.

God saved my daughter from dying

November 10, 2015 by Christine

It was a regular day at my home with the kids. I had just got off of work and going through my regular routine of fixing dinner. My kids were playing outside and came in to ask if they can go to the high school across the street I said yes so they went. I get a phone call saying that my daughter just got hit by a truck and I thought it was a sick joke so I laughed a little bit and asked if this was a prank call the person said it again and where it happened. I ran with my one year old son in my arms across the street and saw people everywhere, cops and my daughter lying on the road. It was like I was in a movie. She was life flighted to the hospital and my friend drove me to the hospital. In that moment I was so mad at God I was kicking and screaming and yelling at God for letting this happen. The drive seemed like an eternity and I just wanted to be with my daughter. Finally got to the hospital where my daughter was treated. She only ended up with two concussions and a scar on her face. She made it out alive! Thanks to God for saving my daughters life.

The beginning (of my understanding and faith)

November 03, 2015 by Sorangel

I love God. He has done wonders for me and right at this moment I walk with peace in the midst of a storm. I put everything in his hands and rely on my faith for strength. It is my praise to God to share his blessings, his doings. God is a jealous God and deserves his recognition’s. I would love to share a few of my testimonies with you all, starting with this testimony. About 10 to 12 years ago, God sent me a message. It was a verbal message given to me by a total stranger. This stranger did not understand the message, all he knew was that he was bound (ordered) to relate this message to me.

How this started: Prior to receiving this message through this total stranger, I was questioning God’s love for me. I would ask God “how can you love me?” “I am a fake, how can you love someone like me when I smile at all these people, telling them to have a good day, to enjoy their day, but I don’t even smile at you God. I am empty, I am a two face person giving smiles away and to you nothing.” This feeling played heavy in my heart. I guess God heard me because he used someone to tell me that he LOVES me. I did not know this person and till this day I still don’t know who he is. The only reason I found this stranger was because I was an 18/19 year old female looking for an entry level desk job. A friend of the family offered to take me to this temp agency location that was mainly directed to people with skills in refinery or construction sites. My friend was a welder and I should have known better. It was around 7 or 8 pm at night when we got to this temp agency. The place was a minute away from putting their “close” sign up and there was only one person left in the building. I went to this person’s desk, introduced myself and told him that I was looking for a clerical job. He informs me that they really did not have any positions of my particular interest, however, he would try to help me out. I said thank you, turned around and headed towards the exit door, thinking why I even came to this place. Prior to me leaving I saw him standing up through the reflection of a window. He walked towards my direction saying he had a message for me. I turned around and looked at him. He then tells me that he did not know why he needed to tell me this but that the Lord kept bugging him to give me this message and he could not keep it to himself.

The message: He tells me “this might sound weird and I do not understand the meaning of the message and why I have to tell you this message. It sounds like it might be problems with your boyfriend or husband” (hahaha I had none) “but he wants you to know he LOVES you. No matter what, he loves you and you are okay with him”. He then asked me if knew or understood what God was talking about. I smiled and said “I know exactly what he (GOD) is talking about and thank you”

The irony: I went looking for a job, which was very much needed, but I did not ask him for a job. So a job was not given. Yet, something was given. An answer to my troubling, questioning heart. That is just too funny, I believe. He indeed answered my question. He answered me at a temp. agency that is meant to find people jobs and the reason why I went there. Guess God had other plans.

I did not know how this was possible nor did I understand it. But I will say this, I do not have to know how this was possible nor do I need to understand it and I really do not need an answer to that . I am just happy and amazed it happened. God works in mysterious ways and I am a proof of that.

Understanding Unique Design

October 28, 2015 by Allie

I have a special needs child and I used to think something was wrong with her. The world would say something is wrong with her because she is disabled. Through God’s love and grace He has showed me that she is uniquely made and just as God intended. No matter what she looks like or what her mental or physical capabilities are she is beautiful and pleasing to God.  This realization has changed my life. I thank God for her every day and thank him for her disability. It has enabled me to grow so much in my faith and to see others with disabilities as God’s beautiful creations as well.  She will have challenges in life, but God will use her disability to touch lives that might not have been possible otherwise.  She has definitely touched mine!

Our Tragedies Our Blessings

October 26, 2015 by Mike Kohn

    Our Tragedies
        Our Blessings

Ryan was about five years old when we were playing football and he fell and broke his arm. I believe the deepest pain a parent can experience is to see your child badly hurt, I can assure you that for me it was and it was one I would have traded one hundred times over to bear myself. Twenty five years later when I got the call and realized that he was in a life threatening situation that deepest pain was revisited.
He had a stroke and was being life-flighted from a remote location into Houston. When we reached the hospital what began for him was a struggle for his life and for me and his family the beginning of facing he could perish. How do you accept that your child could die, how do you begin to process that. This will destroy me I believed, the inability to accept it with peace would slowly over the course of whatever life I had left whither my soul away. All the other wonderful people I am blessed with would not have been able to save me. I was positive this was what was at stake! For days I constantly searched for an answer that I knew could only come from God he was the only one that could offer hope in accepting the loss of my son as he was the only one that could save either of us. But I did not feel I had the right to beg him for Ryan’s life, I would have but for me it seemed ungrateful and unaccepting of Gods plan. To have true faith I would have to be able to accept any outcome. After days of this agony and just before the critical time when we would be faced with the highest risk of losing him I heard Gods answer and when you get to hear his answer you know that you know that you know beyond any shadow of a doubt with the most complete peace, in fact it defines peace!
The morning before his neuro surgery after telling him goodbye my wife and I went to the Chapel in the hospital and this was my prayer to God.
Thank you Almighty God for this child you have blessed me with for the last thirty years, he has been my delight and the delight of so many others. He has been a wonderful son to me and your gift of that is as great as your glory. At this moment and for the rest of my life I am overflowing with gratitude that you gave him to me for thirty years.  I cannot blame you if you want to call him back to you so you can hold him close as you have allowed us to. He was yours to begin with and you shared him with us, I am so grateful.
I said this prayer thinking of all Ryan meant to me and the life I had had with him. But I said it most of all with absolute gratitude for what God had allowed in my life. Nothing else was there, no hope or wanting that I would have more only that I appreciated what I have received. With that came a peace that I knew would more than sustain me. From that time my life has not been the same, the peace I received has resonated within me each day and I give all the credit and Glory to God and God only!
We were so abundantly blessed throughout this tragedy, so many thousands of people prayed for him, he was taken to the best hospital with the most competent and professional caregivers. He awoke to a new relationship with God. His family rallied around him in such a loving and caring way. He had every right as anyone would have to struggle and feel sorry for himself, I never saw him do that for even a moment, he was so inspiring. That young man almost glowed in bed with peaceful calm and we all new that God was present with him. This tragedy had so many blessings I could go on and on. And I believe we received so many of them because of how close God was holding us as a community.
Ryan attacked his recovery tenaciously it was a faithful inspiration. And as a father the pain was absent and the pride was abundant. It was clear that Ryan had also accepted faithfully whatever God had in store.
I encourage all those touched by this event a year ago to share their experience.

Our ever present help

October 24, 2015 by Ashley

Yesterday at work we were short handed and I was asked to do double what I normally would and that help would be sent later in the day. I was very stressed and just took my eyes off Jesus trying to go as fast a I could to get things done. By the end of the day I tired and irritated because no help was sent and I still had to finish things, I really wanted to say some unkind words and complain to the person who had said they would come help me, but l was able to hold back because I knew I shouldn’t say them and prayed for help to hold back the words. Then I heard a voice say “Complain to me” so I did and asked Jesus why is this happening and he said so that I could rely on him more. That refocused me on him and lifted me up and I was able to finish with peace and calm and resist saying what I know I shouldn’t.

God’s Quiet Voice

October 24, 2015 by Joanne

One Saturday morning around 9am during a very heartbreaking time in my life I was driving to my mom’s to spend time with her as I do every other Saturday. I was going through a difficult time in my life feeling unloved, unworthy & forgotten about by God. I felt I didn’t have any worth. Lots of negative thoughts about myself running through my mind-even not continuing to go on with life. As I was trying to get all of my crying out before spending the day with my mom I heard one of the short voice overs that KSBJ plays between songs. It said something along the lines of, “Today, as you listen, you’ll hear 2 voices speaking to you. One that screams and yells that you’re not worthy, you don’t measure up, God doesn’t love you. And another voice that is very quiet and will be difficult to hear so you’ll have to strain to hear it. It says, God loves you, you have value, you are important.” 
Wow, even as I type this 2 1/2 years later tears are streaming down my face. I never heard that voice over before & I never heard it again but I continue to bring it to mind as soon as any negative thought tries to creep in.
That voice over reminds me of the lyrics in the song “Overwhelmed” by Big Daddy Weave-“I hear the sound of Your voice. All at once It’s a Gentle and Thundering noise”. God has to speak to us so quietly because He is so Mighty.  It would be like us trying to pet an ant. No matter how gently we would try to be, we would crush the ant.
Thank you to whomever came up with that short voice over & for playing it at just the right time.
I LOVE KSBJ!!

Finding rest with KSBJ

October 24, 2015 by Stephanie

I am a busy mother of 4, whose life was jolted by a cancer diagnosis at 40.  I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, stage 3C (locally advanced BC).  My life, like many other moms was crazy and hectic.  I battled the beast and won!  Following a major scare of recurrence 5 weeks ago, I was diagnosed with Sarcoidosis.  Which is an auto-immune disease that caused my PET scan to light up and mimic a cancer recurrence.  I was spared the C word, but required another biopsy for the breast.  When the Dr. went to biopsy the breast a week later, whatever was showing up on PET scan was gone!  Thank you Jesus for the miracle!  I was then able to proceed with my fourth breast reconstruction surgery within that next week.  Following several complications, I was unable to sleep in the hospital for several days/nights because I was worrying too much.  The Dr. tried medication to help me sleep without any luck.  She suggested listening to music. My husband downloaded the station I listen to which is KSBJ and I have slept like a baby ever. I remember waking up to my Dr. telling the story of my husband saying that when he looked at my scars on my chest he was reminded of my strength and beauty. Thank you Jesus and thank you KSBJ for playing this music that I am able to find comfort and rest in.

When You Can’t Breathe

October 22, 2015 by Andrew

When I was born, I had a black spot in my lungs and I couldn’t breathe. Mom and Dad brought me to many, many doctors, but truth be told, none of them had a cure or knew what to do. Finally, the doctors took an x-ray of me to see if the black spot was gone or growing. The spot was gone! This just goes to show that our God is awesome at everything he does. He created you and me, and he does miracles with/too all of us. I am now 12 years old, healthy, and strong. Praise God!

losing

October 10, 2015 by Kenny

I’ve had a lot of bitterness in my life from past hurts. God has used “Losing” from Tenth Avenue North to see the choices in my life. I am now 56 days clean and sober from 38 years drunk…....God loved me all the way through it…...Thank you Jesus:)

God is with you, even when you dont think you deserve it

October 05, 2015 by Ryan

My name is Ryan and I have been listening for almost a year. I have been pulled to share a story and I think your station is a good place to start. I know there is someone out there that needs to hear it.
I was saved my senior year in high school and I was surrounded with people who had an astounding passion for Christ. When I left for college I fell away from a relationship with Jesus and it hasn’t been the same since. I still held onto my beliefs, but it was hard. I really struggled with sin. I woke up daily and made a conscious decision to make choices I knew would pull me from God. I found some relief in a friend. I told him what I was struggling with, how I chose to let sin come between me and God. He asked if I believed God sent Jesus to live and die for our sins. I responded with a yes. His response was one of the best I could ask for, “Well, if you can believe God loves you that much, then it’s kind of silly to put restrictions on the power of his forgiveness.” That helped, but it wasn’t enough to pull me back, God still had a plan for that. Our religion takes a lot to believe in. There is so much that can contradict it, and it can be tough. For me that changed almost a year ago October 21, 2014. After years of asking to get that feeling back I had in High school, that feeling of speaking to God and not feeling like I was talking to air, he answered… But not the way I would have expected. At the age of 30 I suffered a massive stroke due to an AVM. In short a birth defect that left a cluster of deformed blood vessels in my brain. On October 21st it ruptured causing an aneurysm that in turn caused a stroke. Within minutes I went from a normal day to losing all function in my right arm, leg and speech. I remember clearly, being loaded into the life light helicopter and doing what anyone would do who had lost their way. I tried to pray. I wanted to tell God I was sorry. I wanted him to let me live and I especially wanted to make sure that I could be with him in the very real event that I died that day. There was a time when I wouldn’t have worried where I would go if I had died, but that was a long time ago. Unfortunately it was too late. Along with my speech I lost the ability to mentally focus. So I couldn’t even pray in my head. I remember giving up and settling for a 3 word prayer, “God, you know.”
I woke up 4 days later. After going through an emergency brain surgery and being intubated (breathing and eating through machines under very heavy sedation.) What I didn’t know, was that while I had maybe 5 people I would call friends and a lot of family. Those few reached out and prayed for me. Their churches prayed for me, services were held with me in mind and 10’s of thousands of people were asking God to be with me. God answered those prayers and gave me 2 gifts when I woke up. The first was an overwhelming feeling of his presence. Like being hugged by Jesus himself and it was an incredible and indescribable feeling. When I could hardly make out where I was, what was going on, what people were saying around me, I knew, for a fact that I was in Gods hands. I knew that I could die right then and there or I could never recover the massive disabilities I was facing but it didn’t matter. God had a plan for me and no matter what happened I was with him and if it wasn’t me someone would benefit from what happened. The second was my wife. After I came too and was able to comprehend better I remember my wife and my mother by my bed talking to the doctor. The doctor rattled off a list of things I couldn’t do including zero function on my right side, almost no speech, I couldn’t chew or swallow. He said only time will tell, I may recover some functions or none. At that point my wife took my hand and looked me in the eye and said, ” As long as he is alive, that’s all I need.” That gives a new meaning to for better or for worse, and she made me believe it. I may never leave the bed I was in. She would still be there, holding my hand.10 days later I underwent another brain surgery to remove the AVM that had ruptured as well as a second one that would have killed me if it went off. The doctors gave me a 50/50 chance of living through the surgery. I did, but after examining my brain they found a piece they had missed. So they went back in with another 50/50 chance. God was with me and I made it through again. 2 days later I left the ICU, was taken out of a day to day life or death situation and put in a regular room. The next day physical therapy started. I will never forget the tears of happiness when they put a walker in front of me and I stood up on my own. They poured out again the next day as I walked 5 steps, and the next when I walked out of my room and 20 feet down the hall. The next day I was transferred to an rehabilitation facility where I would spend the next two weeks of the most frustrating and happiest days of my life. In two weeks I went from a wheel chair, to a cane to roaming freely on my own. My hand was locked in a partially open partially closed position. I could close my fist but couldn’t open my fingers. It was here when I woke up one morning and realized I was opening my hand fully. Of course, as soon as I realized what I was doing I wasn’t able to continue. But I knew it was possible and I kept trying, and by the end of that night I was able to do it freely. The next day I was able to pick up a pen. The next day I tied my own shoe. It took me 30 minutes per shoe, but I got them both. Then I was transferred to another rehabilitation facility. This one specialized in traumatic brain injuries. It was an uncomfortable place. It showed me how truly fortunate I was. With the love God had for me and the knowledge he instilled in me that he had a much bigger plan for me as well as the dedication instilled by the words of my wife, ” as long as he’s alive, that’s all that matters” was enough for me to never rest. Since God has other plans than bringing me to him in that hospital room, I wanted to give her everything she deserved. Which meant I had work to do. When I wasn’t in a therapy session I was creating my own. I was there for a month.I got stronger and more coordinated better able to speak and process information. Every day it got a little better. I was home just before Christmas and it was the best ever. The sacrifice of Jesus had never been so clear to me. I think it was the first time Christmas wasn’t about my family and gifts. I was able to realize that every moment, especially the times when I thought life couldn’t get any worse, was preparation for this event. God showed me who he was when I was in high school. He showed me how special a life with him was. Then he reminded me what life was like without him, and the power of his love and forgiveness when he opened my eyes again. He let me make terrible decisions in the women I dated before my wife, so I would be able to recognize how incredible she was when I found her. We tried to have a baby for almost 2 years before the stroke. I think he knew what was in store for us, and I think he knew how much I would need her to be there for me. So we didn’t have one, until 4 months later when we learned we were pregnant, a little girl set to be here this November. Most importantly he gave me the ability to see all of this as his plan and be thankful for an experience most would think a tragedy. But I can say clearly without hesitation, this has been the best year of my life. Through God I have survived death and all odds that were against me, which were many. I have had the experience of an extreme loss of brain function and was able to watch it come back, like a circuit board getting fried and rewiring itself day by day. I still have a long way to go, but I can’t wait to see what his plans are for me in the future. I know this was long, but I felt pulled to share it. Even if it is only seen by 1 person, I know there is a purpose in all of this. Take this story and use it, however God intends it to be used.

Because he lives

October 01, 2015 by Yenessa

My boyfriend an I have been together for 5 years now. Ever since I met him he has been going to church. There was a time in our lives that he stopped going because of me. He would always talk to me about God and I just didn’t really care, I never wanted to listen. I finally took the blind fold that I had in my heart and let God in. I realized that you really aren’t living life until you have God by your side. I listen to KSBJ everyday and remind myself that all glory is to God. Everything that I am and that I have, is because he lives! Open your heart to him, let him take control in your life and you will have nothing to worry about.

Amazing Healing

October 01, 2015 by Melissa

My grandmother diagnosed stage 4 cancer and they gave her a short time to live. On Sept 30th the Dr. said the cancer has shrank and is disappearing and is almost all gone. GOD is AWESOME! What the world said is impossible GOD SAYS is Possible!! Amen!

God Knows My Name!

September 28, 2015 by Janice

Every morning lately I had been waking up with a headache.  Figured it didn’t mean anything so took a couple aspirin and forgot about it.  But then I started having episodes of (light) depression and began crying a lot.  That’s not me and I wondered what was going on.  I’m taking a new medicine so I called the pharmacist to see what the side effects were. Depression and headaches had never been reported.  I’ve been taking antidepressants for ten years so I thought maybe I needed to up the dose.  Maybe this was just a bad time in my life. One day my despair was particularly bad so with tears in my eyes, I called a friend who came over to pray with me.  We talked and prayed and she suggested I begin listening to KSBJ during the day so I would be ‘surrounded’ with words of truth and love. I did and a few days later the word ‘aspartame’ began entering my mind. Aspartame! Where did that come from? Then I remembered.  I love lemonade in the summer and about a month earlier I bought a lemonade mix with aspartame as the sweetening agent.  Since then I had been drinking nearly a quart a day of lemonade.  Hurriedly I looked up Side Effects of Aspartame and sure enough - headaches, depression, and mood swings were all listed.  Listening to beautiful music that filled my mind with Christian concepts had made my being more receptive to messages from the Holy Spirit and God could communicate with me.  He knew my name!

Lost and found

September 18, 2015 by Sammantha

My boyfriend and I of 5 years were going out every weekend and getting home late. Basically we were just living how we wanted to. We did that for about 2 years and I got to the point were I was feeling lost. I told myself “There is something missing in my life.” I grew up going to church as a child but never really established a relationship with the Lord. Well one day I was in my car and I saw a bumper sticker that said KSBJ and on the bottom it said God listens. So I turned it to the station and it was playing ‘Strong Enough’ and when I heard that song I just started crying. Right then and there I prayed for God to change my life. A few weeks later my boyfriend and I were talking and he said he wanted to stop going out for drinks and start living for God and I told him me too! It has been 3 years since we been out for drinks and we couldn’t be happier. We pray and read our bibles together and we tell other people about God. Recently we got married going on 3 months now. I just want to let everyone out there to know God is good if you just turn to him in the good times and bad times he will always be there for you..God really listens!

Answered prayers and a familiar “friend”

August 27, 2015 by Sarah

My husband and I lived apart for jobs the past year.  I had a great job, he had a horrible job.  We became pregnant in December, and for the last 9 months, I’ve been praying and hoping for 2 things: 
1. A great job for my husband where his hard work is appreciated and he can enjoy what he does.
2. A healthy baby.

Well, my husband was offered a great job in a different town at the end of July - and our daughter was born 3 weeks early due to my having preeclampsia, but so far she seems to be perfectly healthy.  I’ve been in and out of the hospital for high blood pressure, and she was born via c-section despite all my planning on having a completely natural non c-section child birth, but she and I seem to be healthy and mending after a crazy few weeks. We are a healthy happy family, AND we are now living in the Houston area.  So the radio station I grew up with, *cough KSBJ cough* is accessible on the radio when I drive around running errands. My blood pressure was 190/122 at one point after the birth of my child, and the doctors were convinced I was going to have a stroke.  I am still in the process of recovering, but God has provided my husband with a better job, surrounded by kind and wonderful colleagues and administration, and our family with a beautiful healthy baby girl. I know I had more people than I can imagine praying for me.  And as I drove to a doctor’s appointment today, the first one where I wasn’t immediately checked into a hospital since my daughter’s birth, I was blessed to listen to KSBJ, and feel peace about what has been (and probably will continue to be, but hopefully for different reasons) a crazy life. 

Salvation and Encouragement

August 25, 2015 by Ashley

Praise Jesus I was saved 6 months ago! Even though I grew up in church and listened to this station throughout the years I had stopped doing both a few years ago. I got really depressed and felt so alone and apathetic. I was searching for something but didn’t know what. I then decided to turn KSBJon and one day at work Jesus opened my eyes to my sin and Himself and I prayed and asked him to save me. Since then I only listen to KSBJ and Jesus has used this station to teach me, and give hope and encouragement in my walk with him.

God is my Healer, Freedom and Victory!

August 21, 2015 by Debby

Six years ago I allowed myself to become someone I was not. I had been a devoted Christian since childhood. I loved and lived for God. My world around me was good. My marriage was good. But I took my eyes off of all of that and placed them on the world. I sought what I thought I did not have - I was wrong. I made the choice to become something I am not proud of in the least - I was unfaithful to my husband. But I am not named by my sins, nor my past. For Jesus has made me free from that burden. His grace and mercy cleansed me from the inside out. He made me a NEW creation in Him. He forgave me and did NOT leave me where I was. He restored me to wholeness and wellness. I praise Him always!!!
My story does not end there…..for as beautiful as my Savior’s love and grace was for me….my dear and wonderful husband also extended that same love and grace….complete pardon and forgiveness. He has extended such patience and help to me through these 6 years….as there have been real struggles to overcome. But he has loved me with the very love of God Himself….and I thank my God each and every single day for the beautiful gift of my dear husband that He has gifted me so beautifully with. I also share how that KSBJ has been such an incredible tool in my healing….for the songs they have played have been used to encourage and strengthen me daily. I thank God for this radio station!!! It is a HUGE BLESSING in my life. As Big Daddy Weave sings these words…..“Of the grace that is greater than all my sin Of when justice was served and where mercy wins Of the kindness of Jesus that draws me in To tell you my story is to tell of Him” I sing too….for this is my story and my story is to tell of HIM….always.

Friend, if this story is similar to what you are going through or what has happened in your life…..be encouraged. KNOW that God is for YOU. KNOW that He WILL see you through. KNOW that God will heal YOU. KNOW that it takes time. KNOW that even when we make mistakes - He is so amazing that He uses them for good. My marriage and my relationship with God is stronger today than it EVER has been…..all because of Jesus and His beautiful grace.
Thank you, Jesus.

Uplifting

August 20, 2015 by Brandy

I was in the process of getting a great job. Days and miles of traveling to the other side of town. I finished the testing and passed it with flying colors. After all that time, effort and endless paperwork, I informed the owner that I had doctor appointment in a few days for my son and I who are both diabetics, and asked if I could start after I’m done. He was very rude and told me that he didn’t want to give me a chance because of HIS past experience with other people. I even told him that I would reschedule the appointment for myself and someone else to take my son to his appointment. He still said no and I felt so angry and hurt because he didn’t know me and he blamed me for possibly doing something that someone else had done. As soon as I got in my car the tears began to flow uncontrollably I felt so defeated. But then a time came when I paused and the song “Overcomer” came on and my tears instantly stopped. Every word of that song moved me in such a wonderful positive motivating way. In a way that I know only God can move me. At that moment I instantly turned my music up as loud as it could go and turned off my air conditioning, let my windows down and proclaimed it to everyone and anyone that was around me “I am NOT defeated I’m a child of God and He said that I am an Overcomer.” Thank you so very much KSBJ. You all our God’s loving touching hands and voices to his children that listen to you and that are involved with you in every form or fashion. Again from the bottom of my heart from my family to all of you, thank you.

Bye broken heart

August 17, 2015 by Yasmin

High school broke me. I was torn in many ways. I let a boy break my heart and this is when depression began for me. But it was through that broken heart that God FILLED my heart with true love. The day I let go of the pain, the sadness, the depression, and my broken heart was the day that I received happiness, joy, and fullness from God. No relationship can give you what God will give you. You don’t need anyone to complete for you are already completed in Christ. Fall in love with God first. Once you experience God’s love, you’ll be never the same. To that guy that broke my heart, THANK YOU SO MUCH. I found my true love, God. Psalms 34:18 “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted: He rescues those whose spirits are crushed.” NLT

God gave me my life back… and more

August 17, 2015 by Hope

I struggled with drug addiction for 5 years. My friends and most of my family gave up on me, but God didn’t. After 11 rehabs, 15 therapists and a whole lot of misery, I fell to my knees and prayed to God for the first time in years. I asked Him to help guide me and drastically change my life to stay clean and find my purpose.  It has been one year since I said that prayer. Today I have a beautiful baby boy, I am almost 1 year clean and sober, and I have a great job. I work with children at my church and get to serve the Lord! God works miracles. You just have to let Him and get out of your own way!

Nothing More Amazing

August 16, 2015 by vicky

Amazing! Words can’t explain the emotion I’m feeling as I’m writing this. I’ve been crying for about thirty minutes now but not because I’m sad but because I’m happy. I have been home for about three weeks due to having a newborn. Have not gone out or done anything this whole time. But tonight something brought me to tears. My newborn crying and I couldn’t get him to calm down so I told myself “let me turn on my Pandora to KSBJ and see if that will calm him down.” In two seconds he got quiet and did nothing but listen and eventually fell asleep. Why did this make me cry? Well to begin he was listening to the music, but most importantly it made me feel as if he remembered me listening to KSBJ full blast everyday in my tummy when I would commute to and from work and every other random drive. Needless to say I needed to feel this joy as I’m struggling being a single mom of two.

My College Acceptance letter!!

August 12, 2015 by Cody

Hi, I am Cody and I recently applied to Blinn College in Brenham, Texas. I had been praying to God that I would get accepted and I finally heard from the college this last week that I did and that I was getting to room with my best friend from high school. I just think this is a blessing from God to me. I wanna study Political Science and I hope to do well.

God speaks His Word through music too!

August 07, 2015 by Tina

I just wanted to share this one, of many times, God used KSBJ and the music they play to personally speak to me with that still small voice, that inner comfort that says “I will never leave you or forsake you.” Back in 2010, I had been going through a rough season in my life. I believe I was at a coffee shop working on homework & just feeling distant from God, almost stuck in my walk with Him. I desperately needed to know He was still there, & what I was doing to prevent my ongoing relationship with Him. The scripture was in Psalm 8 came to my heart where it says “What is man that you are mindful of him… you’ve made him a little lower than the angels, & given him the works of Your hands..” I felt so humbled by this verse. “Who am I that you are mindful of me Lord?” I thought. Then within minutes, I decided to leave the coffee shop. I got in my car & started it, KSBJ on the radio with this song playing “Who am I that You are mindful of me? That You hear me when I call… I am a friend of God…” Wow! I knew that was God! He was still there speaking to me! If that wasn’t enough, the very next song that came on was Mercy Me & lyrics were “Who are we that You would be mindful of us..” I was speechless. I never once thought to share this with you guys, it was 5 years ago! I just thought tonight to let y’all know that you may hear many testimonies of how God is using KSBJ, but just know that y’all are touching even more people’s lives than what y’all hear about! I’m just one example of the many you’ve probably never heard from. You won’t know the impact of the lives y’all touched until we all stand before God. I hope anyone who reads this is blessed knowing that God is very real, very interested in your life, and He is always speaking (psalm 19) and listening!

My victory

August 06, 2015 by Miguel

God bless you! My name is Miguel and I would like to share a small story.  I am a person that has seen God’s miracles in my life time and time again. Recently I went through a small struggle with myself.  I weighed 250 pounds and it came time for me to do something for myself.  I prayed to God to help me and over a period of time I lost 93 pounds.  The moral of this story is to believe that with God by your side you can overcome any obstacles and adversities. Anything is possible with God. Philippians 4:13. Thank you and God bless

Answered Prayer

August 02, 2015 by Kennedy

After I took the test, I had no idea WHAT to feel and I was so nervous. Then when the results came, I passed! I now don’t have to worry about Algebra I and having to take it again as an intervention class! I just want to thank God for that. I’m so thankful for that. Algebra itself held me down so much and gave me LOTS of stress and was one of the triggers of depression. Now I’m finally able to move on from it!

Believe and get blessed!

August 01, 2015 by Pattie

Out of work for 9 months. Working with the bank to save my house with a loan modification. Opened the door and saw the FedEx package the paperwork was supposed to come in—and chose to BELIEVE that it was approved. It was! The lady from the bank called a few minutes later—she found no record of the letter till the next day… God could of made it go either way—it takes Faith AND Believing. Then I prayed AND chose to BELIEVE, and my son texted me & said he would help me with several hundred dollars. Once again I prayed AND chose to BELIEVE, and I got a new client worth several hundred dollars. Faith and prayer are the tools, but it requires the next step to activate God’s power… You have to BELIEVE!

God will ALWAYS provide!!

July 31, 2015 by Silvia

I’m sure most people living paycheck to paycheck can understand how exciting it is to have a 5 week pay month with an additional paycheck that month. ( It always needed some where, right?) Last week I needed to put aside $100 to cover the mortgage payment due the following week, but I didn’t take into consideration that I hadn’t gone grocery shopping for the week! I went to get what I could and realized I needed about $20 more worth of groceries and was conflicted on whether to pull it from the $100 for the mortgage I set aside or not. God spoke to my heart and said “Get it, I will provide.” I did. Like I mentioned earlier it is a 5 week pay month, when I got my check it was $22 more than usual because I had already paid off all my insurance cost for the month! (Which covered the $20 I used for groceries) God assured me HE was with me and since I listened my family didn’t have to go without. Praise God He’ll never leave us hungry physically or spiritually.

Gave Me Comfort

July 29, 2015 by Robin

We moved here on October last year. With all these changes, it was so comforted to hear the familiar songs that I listened to back home. Driving back and forth to and from work, listening to KSBJ, is my private worship service. Thank you KSBJ.

God is faithful

July 21, 2015 by Rovielyn

I have had my heart broken three times and God removed them from my life. God shut the door and it hurt but I choose to cling to God and trust him with my broken pieces. I’m waiting and reserving myself to God and now he is showing the Godly man I’m longing for. God is faithful when you are faithful to him. While I’m waiting for that man to come, I will serve God and be faithful to him even more.

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