The word is out and the word is Omaha.
Now if you’re a football fan who lives under a rock, you might only think of “Omaha” as the word used famously by future NFL Hall of Famer Peyton Manning when he would call an “audible* or change the play at the line of scrimmage.
But most of the rest of us also know Omaha as that wonderful Midwestern town, just past Council Bluffs where Iowa ends and Nebraska begins. It’s a good sized market of nearly half a million people and home to the famous Henry Doorly Zoo and other interesting attractions.
But wait, there’s more. I’m excited to announce that Omaha will soon have a new radio station. 100.7 KGBI.
That’s right. Life 101.9 has a new baby sister station born in Cornhusker land! The radio station will deliver the same great uplifting music as our stations in Kansas City, Sioux Falls, Fargo, St. Paul, Duluth, Madison, Des Moines and Waterloo/Cedar Rapids.
Just ask Andrew. He’ll tell you that just having a station like Life 101.9 around lowers stress.
“I have been a listener for years and love your station. It has always been obvious to me that your music and commentary help others connect with God. Last night after attending a stress relief class, something else occurred to me. Your station is a great stress relief method, and is helping to keep me more calm in this crazy world. I am very grateful for the work you are doing.”
Thanks Andrew! Looks like we’ll be lowering stress in Omaha soon as well. But seriously, it’s so exciting to be a part of a radio ministry that is intentional in advancing the Gospel through life changing music. It’s energizing to me, and I hope to you as well.
It’s true. You are a part of the advancement, the movement if you will, to share “Life” with more and more people who need to be reminded of God’s love. As the old song says, “His truth is marching on!” Your support to Life 101.9 keeps truth marching forward to Eastern Iowa and to other places in the Midwest.”
Thanks for investing in a hopeful tomorrow with us!
Have a marvelous August!
Video of the month: “Trust in You” – Lauren Daigle