I volunteer every Friday afternoon on the Pediatric Acute Care Unit of a local children’s hospital. Many of my patients are terminal, but if they don’t listen to WAY-FM, I introduce them to MY Station. A young 17 year old patient with a severe lung disease met me at the unit entrance a while ago and asked me to go to his room. I had introduced him to WAY-FM on an earlier visit. He told me he had a song he had learned from My WAY-FM and a web site. When he started playing and singing “There Will Be A Day” by Jeremy Camp, I lost it. This poor boy could hardly breathe, let alone sing, and he sounded great. He told me that Christian music is his focus now and that he has found some friends that play along with him. Thank You Way FM, for being there and in my car every day.
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My husband is so against religion. Where most couples argue about finances, our arguments are over religion. I started out listening in secret then I gained strength from God to just start playing the station in the house for short periods of time. A year later, I turn it on once I get in the door and leave it on through dinner. To him it is just background music, but I know as long as I do not give up, eventually he will hear the words of the music and it will click. I know God is using this experience to make me stronger in my faith and make sure I am putting HIM first. For so long I have not done that and I catch myself on to many occasions not putting God first. We will both learn from this and become a stronger couple. Thank You WAY-FM
You guys ROCK!!! My son and I listen to your music daily!!! Being a single mom struggling with anxiety, this station speaks truth. God is doing great things with this station. We just started listening a few months ago and when songs come on I take notes and write down the words that speak truth so I can look back and re-read Gods promises. Thank you all for your sacrifices and being so passionate and real.
Your station and the songs I hear on it have helped me a great deal, both during the hardest time of my life and every day since. I was brought to your station by a friend during a very difficult time in my life. My mom was battling cancer. I was her primary caregiver while having a very young child of my own to also care for. When my mom was dying from a 4-yr battle with stage 4 colon cancer, I had to make a decision I wish no one had to make. As my mom’s appointed medical decision-maker, I had to make the decision to withdraw care and ultimately let my mom die when her kidneys failed following surgery. Other family members didn’t agree with my decision to do that. They went so far as to say I had murdered my mom. That put a dagger through my heart. I had only anger and bitterness in my heart towards them. One day, I heard the song “Forgiveness” on your station. It really opened my heart to help in letting go of those negative feelings, which helped to open the rest of my life back up to the good things and people around me. I almost exclusively listen to your station now because of the healing powers your songs seem to have. They continue to get me through both the good times and bad, and help to keep me focused on God and the blessings He gives. He gave me the strength and courage to stand up for my mom on that life-changing night, as well as the blessing of peace and freedom from years of pain to my mom. God is great! Your station helps to remind me of this through your words and songs. Thank you so much for all you do!
WAY-FM called me asking if they could pray for anything going on in my life. Besides a lot of familial issues ongoing, I was beginning law school — a desire that I’ve had in my heart for years and the good Lord allowed AND enabled it to happen. I have the follow-up note from WAY-FM in which they said “they would pray for me” hanging in my locker at school. Although my husband and I live in San Francisco, we are frequent listeners of the Wally Podcast. We just love you and your mission. You’ve IMPACTED my life more than you know and more than I even know or can articulate. We love you so very much.
WAY-FM has reminded me that the future isn’t random or out of control. God is in control and that He has an incredible plan for me. I am applying to the Air Force Academy and listening to WAY-FM has kept my stress and worry out of my way. Thank you so much.
Hi, my name is Tori. I’m only 13 years old but I’ve been listening to WAY-FM since I was about 4. I just wanted to say how thankful I am every day that I can listen to WAY-FM on my way to school. WAY-FM has helped me so much through my hard times. When I felt like giving up, I would listen to a song that came on the radio and it would just make me feel so happy to know that God is always here for me, even when I feel alone.
I have been through some pretty low spots in my life. I have attended church my whole life and always knew the Lord but there are times when I don’t have the desire to attend church for months at a time. But WAY-FM is always there. When no one else can get to me WAY-FM does. It gives me the strength to make it one more day. Thank you for your donations and for WAY-FM.
I accepted Jesus as my savior 2.5 years ago after my mom had been diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. I found this station scanning and heard “The Hurt and The Healer” by Mercy Me. I was brought to my knees in surrender when the lyrics were singing my life. I would share the word with my mom. A year later, I was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer metastatic to my kidneys. I listen to WAY-FM every day, on my way into work, on my way to treatment, ANY time I am in the car. That song still applies to my life and moves me so deeply and reminds me God is in control and He sure is. I know I serve a just God and I can say we are both now in remission. I love this station. Thank you so much for giving me a safe place to worship in song to our Lord and remind me that though we are vulnerable at times, we serve a mighty God. I love to hear from other Christian’s and know I am never alone in spirit or in heart. Thank you!
I went thru a McDonald’s drive thru on lower Brownsboro Road this AM and when I got to the pay window, the gal told me that the woman ahead of me had paid for my Egg McMuffin and handed me a note. My initial thought was that she was saying a big thanks to me for waiving her ahead of me in line, but then I read the note about her participation in the drive thru difference. What a lift! I like to pay for meals when I see a uniformed service person in a restaurant. This is cool too. It gives a stranger a reminder that kindness goes a long way. Thanks for starting something good.