I have always loved communicating with others and learning about their story. At the age of six, I was diagnosed with type one diabetes; I became so sick that I lost some of my memory. I had to relearn how to read, write and speak. As part of my journey of healing and recovery, I took up public speaking, focusing on the disease so that I might bring awareness and inspire others. It is astonishing to witness the Lord's strength shining through my weakness, and by His grace, I am now able to be a part of an amazing ministry that speaks to hundreds of thousands of people.
Growing up in a military family, I moved around a lot, and life was always changing. Despite my dynamic circumstances, listening to radio was always a constant. I believe radio is a place where people from all walks of life can come together and fellowship with one another. I have listened to WGTS for many years and have dreamed of being able to be a part of such an amazing ministry. And now, that dream has finally come true!
I thank the Lord every day that He revealed His plan for me and has carried me through so many hard times. I'd also like to give special thanks and a shout out to my amazing husband, Chase, for always cheering me on and supporting me every step of the way.
My goal is to reach out to others and spread the good news of the gospel through radio. I believe that radio is a very important part of daily life, and I am honored that I have the opportunity to brighten up other people's day with good news, music, and encouragement.