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Steve and Amy
in the Morning
6:00am - 9:00am
Steve & Amy have been a popular morning show for over five years and they are very excited about being on radio in Seattle!
They are real people who love talking about family, faith, and life in general, and of course playing lots of uplifting music.
Sometimes it’s light and fun, sometimes more serious, even profound, Mornings with Steve & Amy is always a show the whole family can listen to together.
Submit "Thoughts to Lift Your SPIRIT"
Thank you for joining us every morning. We are grateful for you.
Thank you for joining us this week. We hope you are having a great week!
Thank you for joining us each week. Tell us which quotes are your favorite!
Dear friends, we hope you find encouragement this week. Blessings!
Thank you for stopping by. We hope you are encouraged. Blessings this week!
My real last name is Sunshine. So it's amazing that my wife Gaye was willing to marry me – since it made her name Gaye Sunshine. We have a daughter named Camille and a son named Meyer. Camille is smart-as-a-whip.
In 2nd grade she was asking hard questions about the Bible that made us go "uh…a lot of adults are wondering the same thing." We adopted Meyer from Haiti in 2008. It took us three years and was without a doubt the biggest step of faith in our lives. He fits in great! He's a total showman, song & dance man, and super speedy runner.
He somehow loses that quickness when it's time to eat or walk through a store! I didn't grow up in a Christian home and did not become a Christian until I was 30. My (future) wife played a huge part in my journey by patiently answering my questions.
Having been a cynical non-Christian in the past helps me to relate to people who have negative pre-conceived notions. I love being part of the SPIRIT 105.3 Family!
What an amazing privilege to be able to be a part of your morning each day. I am so grateful!! My heart’s desire is that we’re able to come along side you to encourage, equip and offer hope--- and in the midst, hopefully offering you a good laugh along the way. Life is coming at us from all directions and brings so many challenges. And everyone knows hearty laughter is not only good medicine but it is also a good way to jog internally without having to go to the gym! Steve is truly like the brother I always thought I wanted ;)
My husband, Lloyd, is a true gift. Not only did he move his career so I could take the job at Spirit, but he is also my biggest supporter. We got married soon after he graduated from Law School and accepted his first job at a law firm in Virginia. We got married in Maui, Hawaii and part of our “You’re Married Now” package included a bumper sticker that says, “Just Mauied”—I’ve always love that. HAA!
I am a mom to Quinn, Della and Maggie. Even though I work outside our home— I want with all my heart to mother as if I stay at home. I love cooking and trying out new recipes—and even though all my "experiments" aren't winners, I love that my family never complains about being the guinea pigs. We try and get outside as much as possible, we love anything outdoorsy!
I'm so thankful and excited to be a part of the SPIRIT 105.3 family with Steve. God is so good :)
Thank You Grams with Steve & Amy
Is there someone who has made such a difference in your life that you'd like to thank them publically? Steve & Amy would like to call them and thank them for you... on the air on SPIRIT 105.3! Let us know, who you want us to thank, and why! Shhh! Keep it a secret because we'd love it to be a surprise!
Steve and Amy's Latest Blogs
My husband is an attorney.
When we moved five years ago he couldn’t find a job.
I remember looking at his face when he walked in the door, late, wearing his red uniform shirt with the little white bullseye logo on the pocket from his part –time job. Defeated.
The time leading up to Christmas seems kind of like a crazy frenzy of things we’ve got to do, expectations to meet (those of ours and our own), and generally a lot of rushing around. It hasn’t always been this way though. Historically, Christians have called this time of year Advent, which is a time of anticipation; a time of waiting. During Advent, we look back, anticipating the arrival of Jesus as a baby in a manger. We also look forward to His return in glory as a reigning king.
The time leading up to Christmas seems kind of like a crazy frenzy of things we’ve got to do, expectations to meet (those of ours and our own), and generally a lot of rushing around. It hasn’t always been this way though. Historically, Christians have...