I first heard you when I returned to the Olean, NY area from Ralston, PA to visit family. Seemed like every third or fourth song was a hymn sung by George Beverly Shea–not my favorite, but I was glad to know the local airwaves had a Christian presence! By the time I returned for good in 2002, your format had been revamped and was quite contemporary. Every song I heard was a delight, and I became acquainted with Chip Ingram and James McDomald. Mornings with John and Denny made me laugh in the midst of a dark and painful time. I’ve been a faithful listener ever since and cannot tell you how many times a song has touched me deeply or a comment or teaching program has inspired, comforted, encouraged, or enlightened me. Your constant presence in my life continues to support and encourage me and remind me that with Christ in my life, I am never alone or without cause for hope. Thank you for your faithful witness, and to God be the glory!