Industry Spotlight – Kyle Dowden

What is your life verse and why?
Galatians 1:10 – I’m not trying to win the approval of people, but of God. If pleasing people were my goal, I would not be Christ’s servant.

It is super easy to get caught up in pleasing those around you. Sometimes, it can be praised to please your spouse, boss or a friend. Other times, especially in the age of social media and cancel culture, it can become super-unhealthy. What’s interesting is that Paul takes his eyes off of family, friends, and culture. His sole focus is on winning God’s approval.

When my focus in on God, I have clarity of vision, and I can better serve Him and those He has asked me to serve.

Can you touch your tongue to your nose?
No, and in COVID season, that’s a good thing.

What’s your most used Emoji?
Thumbs up

What’s your hidden talent?
I can eat a flaming banana. It really wows the kids.

What’s your go-to roadtrip snack?
Trail mix. It has salty, sweet and you can pour it into your mouth while you drive.

What’s the last show you binged watch?
Monk – It’s perfect for COVID season. If we all learned from Monk, COVID would be gone tomorrow…

Favorite zoo animal?
Penguins

Beach or mountains?
I’m a fan of both, but my wife prefers the beach so I’ll default to the sandy shores.

What’s your middle name?
The same as my father’s.

iPhone or Android?
Android, because it is super-customizable.

Pizza toppings?
Pepperoni and sausage.

Kyle Dowden
Station Manager, KWND/KWFC
CMB Member Since 2015
kyle@TheWind.radio

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