HOUSTON (Feb 28, 2017) – 89.3 KSBJ is taking their annual Love That Sticks initiative to new heights with one day dedicated to appreciate US Astronaut, Shane Kimbrough. Long time Christian music fan, Kimbrough, recently celebrated 100 days aboard the International Space Station. To thank him for his service, KSBJ makes it their final Love That Sticks mission on Tuesday, February 28 to send him encouragement – all the way to outer space. The goal of the mission is to shower Shane with Love That Sticks notes from all across the country to show him how much he is loved through social media by posting #WeLoveYouShane.
Recently, Rachelle & Carder from the KSBJ Morning Show had the opportunity to interview Kimbrough while he is still on the ISS. “Talking with Commander Kimbrough while he is in space is one of the coolest things ever. Hearing his passion for God’s people on this planet, and why he does what he does was even better,” said Carder.
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Each February, KSBJ challenges listeners to grab a sticky note and pen, write a positive message and blanket the city of Houston for Love That Sticks. Pulling inspiration from John 13:34, “love one another just as I have loved you,” Love That Sticks is an opportunity to love on the people around you. With the help of Kimbrough’s team at NASA, KSBJ collected love notes from prominent Christian artists and listeners to make the Astronaut feel special.
Join us in encouraging Shane today by posting Love That Sticks notes on your social media using #WeLoveYouShane!
On the air for over 30 years, KSBJ is Houston’s leading listener-supported, non-profit, non-commercial contemporary Christian music radio station. The purpose of KSBJ is to be the voice of hope connecting people to God, through Christian music, community outreach and events. As a listener supported radio station, and a long-standing member of the ECFA, KSBJ’s ministry is managed by a group of volunteer men and women from across the Greater Houston area, who serve as members of its Board of Directors. The board members represent diverse denominations, backgrounds and professions to provide oversight, direction and accountability for the ministry. KSBJ can be heard on 89.3 FM (North/East of Downtown Houston) and 96.9 FM (South/West of Downtown Houston). For more information about KSBJ and additional frequencies, visit www.ksbj.org.