KSBJ Gives Heartfelt Thanks to CMB and Christian Radio

Houston (October 31, 2017) – What could have been one of the toughest times in KSBJ and NGEN Radio history has become the most uplifting and filled with joy, thanks to our dear friends at CMB and the Christian radio industry.

Hurricane Harvey devastated our station and much of the greater Houston area. It knocked us off the air for four days, caused severe and lasting damage to our tower, and flooded many of our staff’s homes, cars, property, and loved one’s homes. Harvey also hit the week before CMB’s Momentum, meaning most of our staff could not attend what is one of our favorite events.

We were stunned and grateful to learn that CMB, the Christian radio industry, artists, and non-profits decided to raise money during the conference to help our staff recover. This past week, CMB President, Michelle Younkman, and Multi-Media Manager, Jessica Arrendell, visited KSBJ to present our overjoyed and overwhelmed staff with a check for $210,112.48.

This incredible gift means our colleagues can restore their homes and property and continue focusing on KSBJ and NGEN Radio’s mission to be The Voice of Hope Connecting People to God.

Everyone here at KSBJ and NGEN Radio want to thank our dear friends at CMB and the Christian radio industry.  We are amazed by your generosity. To us, you are the hands and feet of Jesus.


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