We're excited to be here at Star 105.7. If we're new to you, thanks for giving us a chance to wake you up. If you're new to Star 105.7, welcome! We promise to deliver the show you've grown to love with fun and encouragement. We consider this a HUGE 'salt and light' opportunity.
For those of you that are just trying us out, feel free to drop an email to us or give us a call at 458-1057. Our show is designed for your whole family to enjoy--you'll never hear anything that you'll have to "explain" to your kids...its clean, wholesome fun...with the information you need...and the music you LOVE from Star 105.7!
One of the ways we do this, is by encouraging you to "Think Outside Yourself"...TOY. Have you ever considered paying for the person behind you in line at the drive-thru? We started this many years ago in West Michigan after a call from a woman named Lisa told us how one of our listeners made her day by doing it. We decided to set up special days throughout the year when all of West Michigan did this on the same day. What a HUGE impact! If you've never tried it, give it a shot! You can make someone's day! There are many more ways you can TOY to encourage others. Can you imagine how West Michigan could change if we all did that more?
If you questioned our move to Star 105.7, check this out.
Here's a pretty cool devotion that was written about our transition to STAR 105.7.
Above all, your voice is heard and you direct our show. Do you have a thought or comment? Would you like for us to host your event? Even a prayer request. Feel free to get in touch with us today. We are just experiencing life with you as a community bonded together with similar experiences creating many memorable moments.
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Recently, we learned about a boy named Tyler. It's so inspiring that we wanted to share it with you, too.
(this is Tyler)
Tyler's dad writes, " My son Tyler has a gift....its called love for others. He holds doors for elderly people, has helped a blind man walk Relay for Life, offers gifts for kids less fortunate, and recently delivered dinner to a homeless man on 68th st. Oh, I failed to mention, HE'S 7 YEARS OLD! His mom and I divorced 4 years ago, but between her, her new husband, and myself, I feel we have a pretty good kid. I'm not too concerned with him getting any 'recognition' but I just wanted to let you know there ARE great kids in this area, and that I'm a very proud father. Thank you for reading this, Brian.
Tyler, thanks for being a STAR difference maker! We can all learn from him, and learn what it means to, "Think Outside Yourself" (T.O.Y.).