Monday we visit with Doug Logan who is charging us to make a difference for Christ on our block; Tuesday we welcome Dr. Michael Rydelnik, who answers your Bible questions and Scott Davis shares some of his Sweet Life Comedy; Wednesday Todd Nettleton is along for his bimonthly update and Liberty McArtor shares why the U.S.A is now a member of the Hall of Shame for increased persecutions of Christians; Thursday Arlene Pellicane will get our new year off to a great start with some healthy parenting habits; closing out the week broadcasting LIVE from the Quad Cities Prayer Center, highlighting Women's Choice Center and Pregnancy Resources.
Ken Brooks and Deb Gustafson
Ken Brooks is originally from the state of Montana, where he was
born and raised. Following high school, Ken attended May Technical
College where he studied broadcasting. He landed his first radio
job at KPRK in Livingston, Mont., where he learned how to do
everything in radio and even performed some janitorial duties (with
a small staff everybody had to pitch in). Ken has worked all over
the country in radio including Montana, Oklahoma, Nebraska (three
times), Arizona and Illinois.
Ken and his wife, Debbie, were married in 1983 and have four
adult children. He came to know the Lord in December 1989, while
working at a country station in Oklahoma. He considers it a
privilege to serve the Lord in radio and he loves coming to work
every day to see how the Lord will move.
Deb grew up in Arlington Heights, Ill. Shortly after receiving
her bachelor's degree from Wheaton College she went to work for
Moody Radio in 1983. She has been a part of the Moody
Radio team since then serving in both full and
part-time positions. Deb currently is the morning show
producer/cohost and news director.
Deb has been married to her husband, Charly, since 1984.
Together they have three grown children. Deb has a passion for
music and being a part of the worship ministry at her church.
She enjoys reading and spending time with her family. She aspires
to be available for God's use and glory and to remain moldable and
obedient to what God would desire for her life and talents.