Here’s who you’ll be hearing each day on 89.7 WAY-FM coming this fall! We love when you join the conversation, so don’t forget to click through the links and like each show on Facebook and Twitter!
Mornings: The Wally Show
Wally, Zach, Bekah, and Betty talk about what’s going on in the world and in our lives with sincere honesty. Wally may push a few buttons and tease the girls to no end, but at the end of the day, they’re out to encourage us to love and follow Jesus – even though we’re not perfect.
Afternoons: Carlos & Joy
Carlos and Joy couldn’t be more different. You’ll find Carlos at the gym, realizing he’s not as smooth as he thought around his lovely wife, or practicing his mantra of brutal honesty. Joy’s favorite color is sparkle, she grew up as the girly-girl in a pastor’s family of all boys, and she’s one of the most unfortunate, but sweetest people you’ll ever meet.
All that to say, both Carlos and Joy have the most important things in common: They’re on a mission to love and serve Jesus the best they can and help us keep finding His grace and mercy in our crazy, everyday lives.
Middle-of-the-Day Show: Brant Hansen
Brant likes to let people know, this show probably isn’t what you think. He likes to let people know he’s a little weird, he doesn’t pick up on social cues very well, you may not agree with everything he says, and mostly that he loves Jesus.
He and Producer Sherri want this show to be a place where everyone – literally everyone from any walk of life – feels welcome. So buckle up for the Brant Hansen Show! It’s a wild and entertaining ride.
The Night Guy: Justin Paul
He loves his wife, Amanda, tolerates his dog, Bear, and really, he likes to talk to us about life and how it can make us laugh, cry, and maybe even learn a lesson at the end of the day.
Saturday Nights: The Hopeline
Dawson McAllister hosts The Hope Line every Saturday night (9pm – midnight ET) on 89.7 WAY-FM. He hopes to reach lives in vital need of encouragement and guidance. During his career of 40 years, Dawson has spoken to over 2 million teenagers and young adults face-to-face and tens of millions by radio, television, and video – always offering the message of hope.
Need to talk? We’re listening. Chat with someone who cares!