We receive dozens of letters from our listeners around the world every month and like to share some of those with you: Location: United States Comments: I had converted to Judaism but listened to Allworship every day. Well, guess what–a few months ago, after living, studying, working, and praying in the Jewish world for 12 years, I returned home to the church, where I
Two years ago, I lost a friend who was only 40 years old. Michael was our church’s former youth minister. He had such a passion for life and for young people. He talked their language. He hung with them. He joked with them, and even cried with them. He was always there when they needed him. It didn’t matter what time it was. Michael
Some letters we received in October from our listeners located in all corners of the world: Location: Kenya Comments: I am listening your station all the way from Nairobi. I happened to come across your site yesterday and I am much overwhelmed by the nice worship and praise songs you are playing. The music is making my heart feel alive and is encouraging me to glorify
Here is a cool email that we received the other day from a listener: Thank you guys so much for this station. I have listened to it for years. I have an animation studio in Nova Scotia, Canada that does Christian media and animation and that means we spend a lot of time in front of the computer, in turn a lot of time
We hope you enjoy our new website! It has some enhanced features—this blog; the name of the current song being played is now listed for each format; our four music streams are embedded right on the page, making listening easier; and the website is mobile and tablet friendly, so you can enjoy our website and worship music when you’re on-the-go. We are very excited
We receive dozens of letters from our listeners around the world every month and like to share some of those with you: Location: United Kingdom Comments: It is Sunday. As there are no Christian stations in out area, I turned on BBC Radio 4 for their Sunday programme to end up depressed by the savaging of Christianity by something which is supposed to uplift.