98.5 KTIS and 4000 Fans Welcome Zach Williams to the Mall of America

On Friday, January 12, 98.5 KTIS’ Program Director/Afternoon Host Keith Stevens, and 4000 fans, welcomed Zach Williams to the Mall of America Rotunda in Minneapolis, MN. The concert was free, which allowed anyone visiting the mall to experience Christian music. Zach sang some of his big hits like “Chain Breaker,” and “Old Church Choir.” He also shared some of his testimony between songs. Zach’s music certainly warmed hearts on a frigid night. 98.5 KTIS fans also had an opportunity to warm the feet of those in need by donating socks to Simpson Housing, a local homeless shelter in Minneapolis. The audience filled over 12 barrels.

98.5 KTIS’ Audience Engagement Manager Sarah Hastings said, “As the crowd began to form, it was amazing to see all four levels lined with people looking down on the Christian artist in such a public place. This is one of my favorite concerts we do here at 98.5 KTIS, because it allows us to have a broader reach, and capture the attention of those who may not know Christ.”

Related posts

2021 Membership Exclusives

January – Your 2021 Radio Goals – Virtual Event
March – Radio Station Field Trip
April – A Webinar for YOUR Board
May – Virtual Mentoring Event
June – SURPRISE BENEFIT at Momentum
July – Salary Survey Webinar
August – Fundraising Webinar
September – Creative Images
October – Techsurvey Webinar
November – Radio Station Field Trip
December – Virtual Christmas Party

*subject to change


Wise, Weird & Welcome: Learning and Leading with the Lepers and the Locust Eaters

We’ve all read the same books about teamwork, leadership, communication, and culture that everybody reads. We’ve mastered Maxwell, studied Sanborn, Sinek, and Sun Tzu, and liberally cribbed Collins in aborted attempts to go from good to great, but…

How’s that working out for you? 

What if you left St. Louis with an entirely new lens through which to view and act upon improvements in:

Let’s examine how this all connects together, but approach it from an entirely different angle. Don’t just think outside the box. Kick the box to the curb and start at zero.