HOME.fm is a community-supported radio station. We strive to provide the best selection of Music That Makes You Feel Good, by playing a one-of-a-kind blend of mainstream and Christian music. Our station can be heard across the dial in south-central Michigan at the numbers below. HOME.fm can also be streamed online from anywhere in the world through this website or on our free phone app.
Our professional part- and full-time staff work alongside Spring Arbor University students as they learn about broadcasting, both on the air with us and in the community.
Tim resides in Pittsford MI, and pastors the church where he grew up, First Baptist Church of Hillsdale. When not on air at HOME.fm, he keeps busy with his wife and three children, his church, coaching varsity basketball at Freedom Christian School, and community theatre. He is also on the board of directors at the Sauk theatre in Jonesville and the Hillsdale Area Ministerial Association.
If he has time to sit down between all of that Tim is the world’s biggest Chicago Bulls fan, enjoys reading the occasional comic book, and is a pretty big fan of professional wrestling, but don’t tell anyone. If you are a long-time listener, you may recognize Tim’s voice. He has a Communication Degree from Spring Arbor University and hosted mornings on Power Praise FM from 1998-2000.
Lucas is a Jackson native and still lives there in a small blue house with his wife and their cat. When he’s not on the air he works at YMCA Storer Camps teaching kids all about the outdoors and how it can actually be cooler than their cell phones. He’s excited to finally be able to talk to adults at work (don’t be fooled though, he’s truly a kid at heart).
When he’s not working, Lucas enjoys playing video games, watching movies, and jamming on the guitar or drums (and occasionally beat boxing). Like Tim, Lucas has also been involved in local theater, although through Center Stage Jackson. If you catch him on the street and you’ve got a second to chat he would love to tell you all about eSports, nature hikes, internet videos, or square dances.