You and I sort of find ourselves in the same boat as I, too, am on the beach after Salem sold the Omaha stations.
Blessings on ya as you search for the next mission.
On October 2, 2018 at 8:13 AM BIll Moede <email@example.com> wrote:
Good luck and thanks!
Let me join the chorus of thanks and “well done”s which you have heard and will hear. You’ve been a great blessing to us at Amb-OS and this forum, in no small measure, has been part of that.
Changes are generally difficult. Abrupt changes can be intolerable. My prayer is that the Lord will use this time to provide you a path to even great ministry in the days ahead.
Bless you, friend!
From: Chris Wygal [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, October 1, 2018 7:05 AM
To: CRTech <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [CRTech] About me:
I anticipate good things for you in the future.
I also anticipate seeing you at the NAB show each year in Vegas!!
To my friends on CRTech
Most of you know I was intending to retire next year. As of Thursday that plan changed, as I am no longer employed by WCSG, Cornerstone University.
Please understand a few things:
I still support the ministry and working staff of WCSG.
Sheila (my amazing wife) and I are in a great spot. Well, maybe. I overheard Sheila talking to someone and she said that she was going to have to get a full time job. The other person asked, "Oh, is money tight?" Sheila said "It has nothing to do with money. I married Tom for better or worse, but not for lunch!" :)
CRTech has always been separate from WCSG, and CRTech will continue in its form. Matter of a fact, I've been thinking about redoing the website so it is more current. I've also thought about moving the email list itself over to groups.io, but for now, things will stay the same.
Most of you use this email address to get hold of me. Of course, the cornerstone.edu account is no longer valid.
Things are good here. I already have the entire week booked!
Thank you to all of you for what has to be 2 decades of crtech. +/- 3 dB!
Audio Concepts <------side gig