Tag Archives: Radio

Beyond Minimum Coverage

Tonight on the way home from a trip, I passed by the corporate headquarters for an insurance company here in Columbus. SafeAuto is a pioneer in state minimum insurance. Their only point of business is providing minimum auto insurance coverage, and they have made a successful business of it in 16 states, mostly east of the Mississippi.

At the same time, I had just finished listening to a sermon by Pastor Gary Keesee from Faith Life Church in New Albany, Ohio regarding the Good Samaritan. While I have heard sermons on the subject of being a good neighbor (Hey! That’s another insurance company’s slogan!), I had never heard one particular point brought out. And that was, “Why did Jesus mention the inn and paying the innkeeper?” Continue reading

Abundant Broadcasters

In the 35 years that I have been in and around the business, we have grown so much. Recently, I have been listening to Classic Christian 24/7, an online station, featuring artist from early Imperials to Twila Paris and Joe English. While their message was great, the production quality today is so much greater than it was then.

In my travels, I have heard Christian Radio stations in about 45 states. Many of them do a good job, but I think there is a danger lurking, and it’s not production quality. We are in danger of becoming narcissists. Continue reading