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Tim Land Retires From KAMB

KAMB extends its best wishes to General Manager, Tim Land, who announced his retirement to the KAMB board and staff this past month. Tim began his work at KAMB 41 years ago, with the last 28 years as its manager, leading the KAMB staff in growing the market influence of KAMB in California’s Central Valley.
On his time at KAMB, Tim said, “It has been a tremendous blessing to serve in a place that is Christ-centered. It’s equally a privilege to broadcast and stream the Good News freely each day over Central California. One of the greatest blessings is hearing the stories of how people have come to the Lord through KAMB, and hearing how God has used KAMB to encourage people to grow in their walk of faith with Him.”
Under Tim’s guidance, KAMB significantly expanded its broadcast signal with the move of its main transmitter near to Mariposa, and the purchase of additional translators to cover the entire central valley and the central coast. Through God’s faithfulness and provision, he led the station back to a financially healthy position and oversaw the transition from analog to digital platforms over the past 20 years.
Added Christopher Grant, Board Chair for KAMB’s owner, the Central Valley Broadcasting Company, Inc., “Tim has been a valuable part of KAMB/Celebration Radio. His commitment to the Lord, the listener, and the staff have blessed this ministry greatly. The team is grateful for his leadership and looks forward to what the Lord has for him in the next season of his journey.”
Tim will serve his last day at KAMB on June 30, 2023. “There are a lot of long overdue projects both around the house and the yard that I’ll have more time to tackle.” Tim said of his next steps. “My wife and I will travel some, visiting friends and families on the other side of the country. And, although I’m retiring from KAMB, I’m not retiring from volunteer ministry and Kingdom work. My wife and I are very active in the life of our church and I’m continuing to serve in some leadership areas there.”