Brent is a 1997 graduate of Calvary Bible College whose passion is to reach others with the gospel of Christ and encourage them in their faith. Brent has served on air and provided production services for Christian radio stations across the country. Recognized by his peers, Brent was a finalist for Christian Music Broadcasters National Air Personality of the Year in 2011. When he's not at the office you'll find Brent playing softball or riding bikes with his family, enjoying board games with his wife Michelle, or helping with disaster relief through his local church.
Tabi (pronounced "tob-by") Upton graduated from Biola University with a BA in psychology and from Colorado Christian University with an MA in counseling. She has worked with families facing all types of life challenges, counseled military children living outside the U.S., and met with inmates in a local jail. In addition to being a regular guest on local radio stations, her column, Mind Matters, ran in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for 13 years. Tabi loves to laugh and find the humor in everyday moments of life. Most importantly, she is excited to be able to share God's love and encouragement from Scripture with the listeners of Moody Radio Chattanooga.
Jason McKay joined Moody Radio in September 2013. Born and raised in the Chattanooga area, Jason started in Christian radio at the age of 15 and quickly developed a heart for the ministry. After finishing his degree in Knoxville, Jason met his wife, Brittany, while working at the local Christian radio station. Jason, Brittany, and their sons, Cooper and Owen, live and serve in the Chattanooga area.
Chief Meteorologist Patrick Core loves living in the Tennessee Valley. Originally from Folsom, Louisiana, Patrick is a husband and father of three who enjoys the outdoors, fishing, gardening and any kind of sport. Patrick also enjoys spending time with his family. In addition to serving at 88.9 Moody Radio, Patrick has been the chief meteorologist at WDEF News 12 Now since 1990 following a four-year stint at the Weather Channel, and WALB in Albany, Georgia.
As the son of a pastor, Paul had the privilege of growing up in Louisiana, Montana and Kansas. The seeds of a radio career began while listing to late-night AM radio from around the country. After receiving a communications degree from Oklahoma Baptist University, he worked on a masters in Bible from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Paul has worked in the Dallas-Fort Worth area at KNRB and KCBI and in Southern Minnesota at KJLY before bringing his family to Chattanooga to join Moody Radio in 2001.