KSBJ Morning Show Named Houston Chronicle’s Best of the Best

HOUSTON, Texas (July 9, 2020) – The KSBJ Morning Show with Rachelle and Carder was named in Houston Chronicle’s inaugural community choice awards, Best of the Best 2020. Announced as a finalist for Best Radio Morning Show last week, the awards were nominated and voted on by Houstonians across 204 different categories.


“This is an incredible honor for KSBJ’s Morning Show. Rachelle and Carder work so hard to create a show that is fun, upbeat, caring, and welcoming to all of Houston. I hear from people in Houston and all over the country that this morning show is on another level,” said Troy West, KSBJ Program Director.


“What can we say? We are honored to serve God in Houston with His music ministry (aka KSBJ),” said Rachelle and Carder. “Well, I guess we DID know what to say!”


The KSBJ Morning Show features uplifting Christian Music and an amazing mix of fun and spiritual content that draws people in and connects them more deeply to God. From their famous, “You’re Awesome!” phone calls to listeners to highlighting the lesser-known history of Houston with Texas Radio Hall of Famer, Bill Ingram, the KSBJ Morning Show is designed for all ages.


Rachelle and Carder also host the Anything But Quiet Time podcast presented by KSBJ & HOPE ON DEMAND. The podcast is an extension of the radio program and an inside look to what they’re learning as they read through the Bible and how it applies to their daily life.


For more information visit KSBJ.org.


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