Industry Spotlight – Lisa Keil

What is your life verse and why?
1 John 4:7 – Let us love one another for love is of God; and every one that loves is born of God and knows God. He that does not love does not know God because God is love.

I believe that one of the greatest ways you can show God’s love to others is by how you love. I want people who may not know Jesus to see that in me and hope it points them to Jesus.

 

What was your childhood nickname?
Thanks to my Dad it was “Lou”.

 

What’s your go to karaoke song?
Ohhh…toss up between “Shake it Off” by T.Swift and “Since You’ve Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson

 

What’s the last book you read?
“Remember God” by Annie F. Downs. For the second time. I’ve never read a book that has encouraged me and pointed me more to Jesus in such a personal way.

 

Tacos or hamburgers?
Oh, 100% tacos! Have you had Torchy’s?!?

 

What’s worse: laundry or dishes?
Dishes!

 

Is double dipping ever acceptable?
Nope…never. Ew.

 

Biggest pet peeve?
Smacking. It’s literally not that hard to not do.

 

Dogs or cats?
Dogs.

 

If you could have coffee with anyone, living or dead, who would it be?
My Grandma. She was the absolute best. Had THE best style, loved people so well, loved Jesus with all of her heart and it was evident to all who knew her. The way she and my Grandpa loved each other has been the greatest example of commitment and love that I’ve witnessed on this earth.

 

Lisa Keil
Director of Marketing and Promotions, SPIRIT 105.9
CMB Member Since 2019
lisa@spirit1059.com

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