Houston’s very own Inspiration Station Praise 92.1 continues to inspire the world and celebrate the city.
On Wednesday, September 21st, 2022, we had our very first “921 Day,” 24 hours dedicated to the power of music, family and fellowship. Guests flooded the Praise studio in the early morning hours and were treated to a delicious breakfast – courtesy of the number one soul food cafe in Houston, Mikki’s Soul Food & Kitchen.
“It’s always about hope because hope is about life’s expectations. We want to inspire people to hope, and we want to edify them, build them up and give them strength,” 92.1 on-air personality AV said.
Encouragement Through AirwaysListeners in Houston called the station requesting prayer and Praise 92.1, recognizing the need for encouragement, and gospel music to uplift Houstonians during tough times. The initial goal was to respond to listeners and connect through the power of the word and bring the gospel and hymns into the weekend following Friday night praise parties.
92.1 Receives Official ProclamationThe City of Houston honored our station in a major way: From now on, September 21st is now officially known as Praise 921 Day!
Roundtable With A Few Familiar FacesPastor E.A. Deckard, Letoya Luckett, Deric Muhammad, DeVante Tidwell, gospel singers Kurt Carr, Darrel Walls, and Dr. Betty Nelson talk with Faith and Fame AV about the origins and history of gospel music.
Words of WisdomYouth pastors Spencer Foreman and William Cumby stopped by for an engaging conversation with AV. Such a special moment and an organic dialogue you could only find on The Inspiration Station.
“When people listen to the station, not only do we want them to be inspired but we want them to receive hope because this day in age a lot of people are in difficult situations and have challenges and face tough times…, but when they turn on praise they always say we lift them up and give them hope and expectation for a brighter future,” AV said..Follow our Instagram @Praisehouston and be a part of the Praise Family.