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July 24, 2017

MercyMe

Since their debut in 2001, Grammy nominated MercyMe has created music that reflects whatever season of life they’re in. Nancy Turner recently caught up with one of the band members before heading out on their fall tour to hear about their latest album and what inspires them to keep making music. 

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Nancy Turner

Born in Mishawaka, Indiana, but raised in Niles, Michigan, Nancy began her radio career in high school, producing and hosting a program on the local radio station. After graduating from high school, she continued to study broadcasting and through her career has worked at WMAQ, Satellite Music Network, US99, Kicks Country and WLS. She has helped host the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon on WGN-TV, fund-raising efforts on WTTW-TV and the Country Music Today program in Chicago. Nancy hosts mid-mornings from 9 a.m. to noon on Moody Radio Chicago and 7:00pm-10:00pm on Moody Radio Cleveland. She also hosts Music for Sunday and the Praise & Worship station. Nancy has one daughter and enjoys reading, baking and experiencing the outdoors.
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Judy Kron - Producer

A native of Illinois, Judy's career in broadcasting began as a satellite engineer and overnight announcer for Moody Radio in 1993 while pursuing her Master's in Biblical Studies from Moody Theological Seminary and Graduate School. She then worked for CNN in Atlanta as an associate producer before returning to Moody Radio as the executive producer of The Morning Ride. She now has more than 20 years of broadcasting experience and has served in many different roles, including producing, engineering and hosting. Judy is also the coordinator of the women's ministry at her church and enjoys baking, gardening, road trips and spending quality time with her husband and three children.

This Is the Day

Real people. Real stories. It's important to share stories about what God is doing in someone's life. It reminds us that we are not alone in our experiences and expands our view of God and the world in which we live. This Is The Day connects with authors to musicians — people just like you. Their lives have been transformed by God and they have a story to tell that could change your life. What's your story?