Keith Stevens recently shared with us about the journey he and his wife Sue have been on as she battles cancer. You can hear from Keith here:
Please join the 98.5 KTIS family in praying for Keith and Sue in the days and weeks to come.
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Keith, May you and your wife Sue be encouraged on this unexpected journey by all the notes and prayers from the countless listeners. It has been your words of encouragement given over the years that have touched so many hearts, now it’s time for reciprocity.
I am honored to have had the opportunity to chat with you both at concerts and most recently as the Warm Homes, Warm Hearts winner. You have such a sincere heart and your kind words to me have been sealed in my soul.
May God Bless you both and grant you peace. With much admiration, Amy Dienslake
Recently I called in when Keith was on the air regarding the struggles of just losing my husband to acute renal failure. Keith was so kind and compassionate and prayed for me. Then he mentioned the journey he was on with his wife and I was able to pray for them. Just a sweet moment with the Holy Spirit and us. let Keith know I will continue to pray as they walk through this time in their lives. The difficult time is also a Spirit filled time that brings a couple closer together as they continue to grow closer to God.
Keith I am a long time listener and have been blessed so many times by your ministry through KTIS. My heart has been touch by your words of encouragement and wisdom and the solid teachings of the Bible. Life can be so hard. But, God is Good All the TIme! Please allow me to pray for you and Sue. Dear Lord, I lift up these precious people to you. As they walk together through this difficult time Lord bring them your peace that is promised in your word. Comfort them each day and provide for them all that they need to get through each day. You did not promise us a life without trouble or hardship Lord, but you did promise to carry us though the storm. Carry Keith and Sue now and each moment on their journey. We trust Lord that you go before them making a way. In Jesus name. Amen 2 Corinthians 1:3
May all our KTIS Family of Listeners and Staff. Keith Stevens was a dedicated friend for so many of us with telling us about family sharing stories and lifting up so many KTIS listening with prayers and songs giving tickets and being such a beautiful family friend to us all Keith we miss you we all care Please can there be a time tomorrow where all KTIS Family join in Prayer for Keith your beautiful gorgeous wife Sue may Jesus walk with you through this difficult time and May we Pray for a Miracle for Sue in Jesus Name Amen can the DJ take a time for us all to take a moment and PRAY FOR SUE AND KEITH FAMILY your family is so special and we all loved hearing about your family and Mickey miss you my friend in my thoughts and prayers 🙏✝️🙏✝️🙏
Keith and family,
I only learned recently of your wife’s battle with cancer. So sorry to hear of her passing. Your post of her life and her going home to our Lord is very touching and a wonderful testament of faith. Prayers for you and your family as you mourn her death and celebrate her life with Jesus. May the peace of our Lord and Savior surpass all knowledge in this tough time. God Bless you!!
Keith and family,
I hope that you find peace in the memories of Sue. Know that I will be praying for you and yours. That God’s light will shine in the dark valley you find yourself in to lead you.
I’m so sorry Keith. The Anchor holds despite the storm – Christ is our Anchor.
I pray for you and your boys. I’m so sorry.
Keith, thank you for sharing your journey through the loss of your beautiful wife. As I listened this morning, I was brought back to the loss of my beloved partner, Tom O’Neill on 5/7/1997. I remember exactly how I felt in coping with the fact that he was gone…. I remember the layers of acceptance that I had to experience to incorporate it into my reality. I had put my whole life into finding a way for him to live. I couldn’t conceive that he had chosen death. Tom visited me one night last week. He was joyful and animated. His face shined with love as he told me he was proud of the memorial I had made for him. Thank you for being transparent and allowing us to feel with you. We who know eternal life are not separated from the ones who have gone before. They are always around us, tangible as a whisper, and breathing through the breeze.