Sunday, October 29, 2017

CCM Sunday's final broadcast...

In June of 1993, CCM Sunday began with a simple mission: to create an on-air home for Contemporary Christian Music in the Chattanooga area and to build His kingdom. Today, there six radio stations in this area that now play His music. Mission accomplished! For that reason and others, our final broadcast was on October 29, 2017.



The Bible says in Ecclesiastes 9:10, 'Whatever the activity in which you engage, do it with all your ability, because there is no work, no planning, no learning, and no wisdom in the next world where you're going..' What that verse says to me is that whatever you do in this life, make it count. Do it with everything you have in you and make a difference! It has been my goal the last 24 years to do just that. I hope I have done just that. Thank you and goodbye.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

This week Bobby has something to tell you...

Dynamic songwriting duo Keith and Kristyn Getty will be at Chattanooga's Memorial Auditorium on Saturday, October 28 @ 7p. Tickets are on sale now, click here, or register to WIN a pair of tickets by filling out the entry form on this site! Register to win a pair of tickets to the show by using the contact form on this site. Tickets and more information available here.

In June of 1993, CCM Sunday began with a simple mission: to create an on-air home for Contemporary Christian Music in the Chattanooga area and to build His kingdom. Today, there six radio stations in this area that now play His music. Mission accomplished! For that reason and others, next Sunday, October 29, 2017, will be CCM Sunday's last broadcast. Join me as we say goodbye and look back at the last 24 years. If you'd like to be a part of the show, call and record a greeting via our special 24/7 hotline at (423) 451-6760. 


Official Press Release / Statement


CCM Sunday on Sunny 92.3 is Signing Off!


For just over twenty-four years CCM Sunday has been the home for the Best Christian Music in the Tennessee Valley area, but on October 29, 2017, it will sign off the air for the last time.


On June 20th, 1993, DMI Concerts (Dove Ministries, Inc) began producing CCM Sunday.  CCM Sunday was all day, every Sunday on what was then Magic 102.7 (WBDX, Chattanooga) and was hosted in those days by Roy McCollum, Bobby Daniels, James Howard, Jason McKay, Rhonda Miskowski and Matt Stockman.   ‘It was the radio arm of our concert ministry,' says Alan Knowles, President of DMI Concerts. CCM Sunday began with a simple mission: to create an on-air home for Contemporary Christian Music in the Chattanooga area and to build His kingdom.


In April of 1998, CCM Sunday moved to Sunny 92.3 (WDEF, Chattanooga) with Bobby Daniels as host. ‘Bobby quickly became part of the family here on South Broad Street,' says Danny Howard, Operations Manager for WDEF Radio. Through the years Bobby Daniels has been employed by Sunny 92.3 handling on-air and behind the scenes duties.


On Sunday morning, October 29, 2017, from 6 to 10a, CCM Sunday - with Bobby Daniels as host as he has been from the very beginning - along with former hosts, listeners the music he loves will say goodbye. ‘It’s mission accomplished,' says Bobby. ‘Today in this market,  there are at least six outlets for this style of music, and His kingdom footprint is larger now that it has ever been.’

Listeners are invited to call (423) 451-6760 and record your comments and well wishes. Listener comments will be aired during the final broadcast.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

CCM Sunday : Mission Accompished


For just over twenty-four years CCM Sunday has been the home for the Best Christian Music in the Tennessee Valley area, but on October 29, 2017, it will sign off the air for the last time.

On June 20th, 1993, DMI Concerts (Dove Ministries, Inc) began producing CCM Sunday. CCM Sunday was an all day, every Sunday program and was hosted in those days by Roy McCollum, Bobby Daniels, James Howard, Jason McKay, Rhonda Miskowski and Matt Stockman. ‘It was the radio arm of our concert ministry,' says Alan Knowles, President of DMI Concerts. CCM Sunday began with a simple mission: to create an on-air home for Contemporary Christian Music in the Chattanooga area and to build His kingdom.

In April of 1998, CCM Sunday began its' near 20 year run on Sunny 92.3 (WDEF, Chattanooga) with Bobby Daniels as host. ‘Bobby quickly became part of the family here on South Broad Street, ‘says, Danny Howard, Station Manager/Dir. of Programming for WDEF Radio. "Through the years Bobby Daniels has been employed by Sunny 92.3 handling on-air and behind the scenes duties and will continue to be a part of our group of talented personalities."

On Sunday morning, October 29, 2017, from 6 to 10a, CCM Sunday - with Bobby Daniels as host as he has been from the very beginning - along with former hosts, listeners the music he loves will say goodbye. ‘It’s mission accomplished,' says Bobby. ‘Today in this market, there are at least six outlets for this style of music, and His kingdom footprint is larger now that it has ever been.’

Listeners are invited to call (423) 451-6760 or email a greeting to bdaniels@wdefradio.com. Comments will be aired during the final broadcast.

Monday, October 16, 2017

CCM Sunday on Sunny 92.3 is Signing Off!

For just over twenty-four years CCM Sunday has been the home for the Best Christian Music in the Tennessee Valley area, but on October 29, 2017, it will sign off the air for the last time.

On June 20th, 1993, DMI Concerts (Dove Ministries, Inc) began producing CCM Sunday. CCM Sunday was an all day, every Sunday program and was hosted in those days by Roy McCollum, Bobby Daniels, James Howard, Jason McKay, Rhonda Miskowski and Matt Stockman. ‘It was the radio arm of our concert ministry,' says Alan Knowles, President of DMI Concerts. CCM Sunday began with a simple mission: to create an on-air home for Contemporary Christian Music in the Chattanooga area and to build His kingdom.

In April of 1998, CCM Sunday began its' near 20 year run on Sunny 92.3 (WDEF, Chattanooga) with Bobby Daniels as host. ‘Bobby quickly became part of the family here on South Broad Street, ‘says, Danny Howard, Station Manager/Dir. of Programming for WDEF Radio. "Through the years Bobby Daniels has been employed by Sunny 92.3 handling on-air and behind the scenes duties and will continue to be a part of our group of talented personalities."

On Sunday morning, October 29, 2017, from 6 to 10a, CCM Sunday - with Bobby Daniels as host as he has been from the very beginning - along with former hosts, listeners the music he loves will say goodbye. ‘It’s mission accomplished,' says Bobby. ‘Today in this market, there are at least six outlets for this style of music, and His kingdom footprint is larger now that it has ever been.’

Listeners are invited to call (423) 451-6760 or email a greeting to bdaniels@wdefradio.com. Comments will be aired during the final broadcast.