I had a chance to talk with Stars Go Dim's frontman Chris Cleveland about meeting an eleven year old boy who decided to keep living because of what he heard in that song.
I enjoy being your trusted friend on the KTIS Morning Show! Whether it’s our weekly “I believe” statements, our “sing-offs”, or just listening to your encouraging life stories, I enjoy the time we get to spend together. Since starting in radio at Z100 in New York, I feel this is where God has called me. He is doing incredible things at KTIS, and I can’t wait for what’s ahead.
If you’ve listened, you’ve probably heard my wife Sue, or my four sons; Daniel, Matthew, David and TJ. Together, along with 2 black labs, we enjoy spending time up north portaging to remote lakes looking for bass, pike, or the elusive musky. There is no better place on earth than Minnesota in mid to late August; floating on a lake in a canoe with a paddle, a fishing pole and a surprise “hit” on your top water lure. This is God’s country!
I write a blog called “Stories of Hope.” Here’s where to read it.
It's the life changing encouragement that launched a transformational ministry.
We just started playing this song by Ryan Stevenson on 98.5 KTIS. Have you heard it yet?
The power of a song in God's hands still leaves the beloved artist speechless.
Make it count, leave a mark, build a name for yourself Dream your dreams, chase your heart, above all else Make a name the world…
All good things must come to an end.
It's crazy to see how much those celebrity parents paid to get their kids into a college, but I think what is really striking is even after all that work, the kids didn't even really want to go.