04/08/2019
Richard Savill
boldin12@yahoo.com
What a comfort. What I needed to hear because I'm going through an anxious patch. I still go through my usual motions of casting my worries and troubles on others. I feel ashamed that I need reminding that Jesus is the one to cast these things on. Not friends and family all the time. I saw a man weeping about his troubles in a restaurant bathroom while a friend comforted him. I don't know what the issue was, but I went away silently praying for him. It struck me that for that moment, my troubles were not as important as what I felt for that person. It's compassion. How abundant does God have of that than a simple guy like me? Thankyou Nightsounds. "Someone Cares" touched me where I needed it.
03/11/2019
Samuel Phillips
I have listened to Nightsounds on KFNW in Fargo, ND and KGLE in Glendive, MT and also online. It is hard to put into words what Bill Pearce, the staff and Nightsounds has meant to me...I know of no other ministry that touches lives for Christ's sake like that of Nightsounds. Bill's messages hit where the rubber meets the road...real life real issues and he really offers practical answers using Gods Word and music. I can't thank you enough. Please keep going.
02/25/2019
Sandy Anderson
sandraandersonspencer@gmail.com
Good morning. My heart fills with sadness and gratitude as I write this comment. The sadness comes from not being able to tell Mr. Bill Pearce how much he has touched my life; the appreciation comes from the reality of just how much he has affected my life. As a child, I ran away because of sexual abuse; I was 11. I did not understand the world nor did I know there were other "monsters" out there. The police picked me up from Fort Lauderdale beach after I left Edward's apartment, a man I was trafficked to when I was an 11 years old runaway. Addiction soon followed many other vices I used to numb the inner torment and shame from what had happened to me. Through the years, while in DCF custody and the foster care system, I would listen to Night Sounds with my little girl, Casita; I was led there by only what I can understand to be the Holy Spirit. I was broken and suicidal. By that time, I was already a 14-year-old mother. I waited for Night Sounds every night, holding on to the message and the music like a raft in the rough seas of my life. God intervened! Today, Casita is 37-years-old, and I am a blessed grandmother of beautiful grandchildren because I held on to a voice coming through the airways; the voice of a man I would never meet on this side of heaven, but a man who significantly impacted my life through faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. That man is Bill Pearce of Night Sounds, and forever may he glory in the Cross for all he has done for the body of Christ, and rejoice in hearing the voice of our Lord as he says "Well done, good and faithful servant." In 2016, I authored an autobiography, Lessons from the Thorns, where I chronicled the haunting years and wrote of how Night Sounds blessed my life. To his memory, may I say with all my heart: thank you, and I love you my brother in Christ. Blessings, Sandy
02/15/2019
Robert Thornton
rgt_tech_services@mchsi.com
I listened to Nightsounds in the early 70's while studying. It was on from 11 to midnight. I loved it!!! Several years ago I picked up a broadcast of Nightsounds and boy did it bring back memories. I then did a search and sadly learned that Bill had had left us. I am now much older and dealing with a failing memory. I was driving last night and recalled how comforting Nightsounds was to me and decided to see if I could find Bill again. I did! What a blessing his was and continues to be. Shalom. b
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