"I've had a pretty tough few years. I got engaged to a man in 2013 and turned out he had a huge drinking problem and a lot of aggression that went with that. And quite often I'd be driving to work in tears and I stumbled across LightFM. I had a lot of anger, not just toward my partner, but toward God as well. And I found that the positivity on LightFM actually started to soften my heart and the hope that was presented started making me think... well okay if other people can get through problems with God's help, I'm going to just hook into God as much as I can."
"Suddenly, I was dark, I was hopeless... and I was like, well, I don't want to live anymore. And if I don't, I'm not going to leave my husband and children... I would still listen to LightFM because the only time that I would feel anything but numb was when I was listening to music and I would start to sing. Slowly it pulled my way out of that dark, dark, horrible place. But if I was listening to any other radio station, I think it would have dragged me down further because it wouldn't have been uplifting. It wouldn't have been speaking to me. It wouldn't have been prayer. And that's what the music is. It's prayer, even if we don't realise it."
Stacey’s a busy mum to three boys – two with special needs, one of which has ASD (autism spectrum disorder). "I have to give to the station that helps me get to those appointments. I have to give to the station that when the school has rang me and told me you need to pick your child up, he's not welcome here anymore, and I put the radio on, and I listen to your inspiration, and I can continue to go. I just, I have to give to that. How can I not?"