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Welcome

Who is this Mike Myers guy

anyway?

Well, I am so glad you asked!

First of all, if you are expecting a

short answer, it probably isn’t

going to happen. I have a

blabber control problem and

radio is my outlet. I have loved

radio, music and electronics for

as long as I can remember.

When I became a Christian in

1990, my entire life took a

dramatic change. Still loving

music as much as I do, I was

thrilled to find plenty of quality

Christian musicians with some

great lyrics to help me grow in

my faith. For a couple of years, I

did a one hour program on

KCCQ, the Ames, Iowa secular

rock station. I was amazed that it

stayed on the airwaves as long

as it did. I didn’t water down the

Gospel in any way which

sometimes caused some

problems with the station

manager and some of her

advertisers. Eventually, I was

unable to fund it any longer and

had to stop the show. It was

called “The Rock!”  In 1994, I

moved to Boone, Iowa to help

with the technical aspects of two

radio stations owned and

operated by Boone Biblical

Ministries. Eventually I became

the general manager and tower

climber and music director and

program director. You get the

picture. I loved it but it was

consuming me and I didn’t

realize what a toll it was taking

on me and my family.

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The Mike Myers Show airs live every morning at 7 central, 6 am Saturdays.
During my time at the station, I made some radical changes and split the am station and the FM station to reach a different audience. CCM on the FM side and a more traditional style on the am side. You can imagine that didn’t go over well with a lot of the older listeners and I took many tongue lashings during that time. After about five years, I could tell that my time there was coming to an end so I resined before I was asked to leave.
Well, here we are today, twenty-two years later and I’m still loving the radio thing and even more-so, my walk with Jesus just continues to grow and grow! I did my first podcasts in 1999, a bit ahead of the crowd. I did that while still managing KFGQ AM and FM, knowing that I had a tremendous desire to continue to share the Gospel using music and commentary without the criticism that I had received in the past. I love it and will probably continue until I just can’t do it any longer.                                           
This was so cool! One of our listeners painted this and donated it to the station. Sweet!
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Welcome

Who is this Mike Myers guy anyway?

Well, I am so glad you asked! First of all, if you

are expecting a short answer, it probably isn’t

going to happen. I have a blabber control

problem and radio is my outlet. I have loved

radio, music and electronics for as long as I can

remember. When I became a Christian in 1990,

my entire life took a dramatic change. Still

loving music as much as I do, I was thrilled to

find plenty of quality Christian musicians with

some great lyrics to help me grow in my faith.

For a couple of years, I did a one hour program

on KCCQ, the Ames, Iowa secular rock station. I

was amazed that it stayed on the airwaves as

long as it did. I didn’t water down the Gospel in

any way which sometimes caused some

problems with the station manager and some

of her advertisers. Eventually, I was unable to

fund it any longer and had to stop the show. It

was called “The Rock!”  In 1994, I moved to

Boone, Iowa to help with the technical aspects

of two radio stations owned and operated by

Boone Biblical Ministries. Eventually I became

the general manager and tower climber and

music director and program director. You get

the picture. I loved it but it was consuming me

and I didn’t realize what a toll it was taking on

me and my family.

During my time at the station, I made some radical changes and split the am station and the FM station to reach a different audience. CCM on the FM side and a more traditional style on the am side. You can imagine that didn’t go over well with a lot of the older listeners and I took many tongue lashings during that time. After about five years, I could tell that my time there was coming to an end so I resined before I was asked to leave.
Well, here we are today, twenty-two years later and I’m still loving the radio thing and even more-so, my walk with Jesus just continues to grow and grow! I did my first podcasts in 1999, a bit ahead of the crowd. I did that while still managing KFGQ AM and FM, knowing that I had a tremendous desire to continue to share the Gospel using music and commentary without the criticism that I had received in the past. I love it and will probably continue until I just can’t do it any longer.