Josh Wilson visits Z88.3

The Z88.3/Orlando Crew had the opportunity to bless their TEAM 88.3 family with lunch and Josh Wilson today. He taught everyone looping, which gave them a whole new respect for the one man band. He made all the sound effects for each instrument, recorded it in front of everyone and then looped them to play while he actually sung each song.

The Z Crew loves getting together with TEAM 88.3 because there is always a beautiful story about how God has used the Z and the artists to impact lives. Today, one of those stories included Bethany who didn’t originally win an invite to lunch, but shared her story about how Josh’s song “Fall Apart” literally helped her through a stroke and relearning to walk again, homelessness and then a high risk pregnancy. We may not always get to see how God is using radio and artists to impact lives on this side of heaven, but we are grateful that He gives us glimpses through friends like Bethany.

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July – Salary Survey Webinar
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