I was so happy to be able to donate to your radio station. You have helped me in so many ways and I am so grateful to you. Whenever I need reassurance I just turn on your station and am able to feel God's love. After learning of my son's autism diagnosis I was filled with despair but you have helped me find the strength to help him and for that I am grateful :)Kerry from Cherry Valley, MA
I just wanted to share with you what happen after we pledge our 20 a month to your station. We enjoy your station a lot but could only get it in the car and wished it would come in, in the house because we are always burning out CD players with our Christian music. We were in the car when we made our pledge and after we said God if we could only hear it on our house radio. That night it came in and we have been listening ever since. Thank God for our little answer prayer and you for inspiring us.Maureen from N. Grosvenordale, CT
Last year, I sadly went through a divorce. Even through the roughest, worst days I would tune into The Q90.1 on my drive into work and listen and pray and even sometimes cry. The song that really gave me a lift was and still is Oceans (Where Feet May Fail). It calmed my fears and really helped me to keep on with each day, turning to Him and giving all my fears and sorrows to Him to heal, which He did!Stacy from Webster, MA
I woke up this morning very tired and sore. Its been a long rough week. I left the house and got in line at Dunkin Donuts. I said a little prayer asking God to give me the strength to get thru the day and to brighten it up. I pulled up to pay for my coffee and she said I was all set. The people in front paid. I ask if it was just the person in front and she said no. It started earlier and everyone has kept it going. So did I. My day definitely looks brighter now ... and it kind of rejuvenated me too. Thank you for all your station does and thank God for everything He does.Jason C. from Charlton City, MA
I have been listening to your station for well over a year and am constantly reminded of how God touches my life in so many ways by the music you play... My request: Please don't ever stop playing Ryan Stevenson's, "Eye of the Storm"!! It is such a reflection of my life right now, and invariably, when I am feeling most hopeless, that song comes on, and I am reminded that God is with me ALL the time, even behind the darkest clouds, and He IS my anchor! God Bless You! Thank you for all that you do!Elizabeth from Worcester, MA
The LORD is more pleased when we do what is right and just than when we offer him sacrifices.