Bobbie Thompson received an undergraduate degree in Humanities from The Lemoyne-Owen College and her Master's degree in Social Work Administration from the University of Tennessee at Memphis. She has received numerous certifications in Customer Service and has been a trainer in that subject for employees across the State of Tennessee and those in Not-for-profit and private organizations.
Formerly under the exceptional leadership of Pastor Samuel B. Kyles, she is currently serving at Victory in Christ with Pastor Melvin and Pastor Evangelist Linda Jones, her spiritual leaders
Mrs. Thompson has served as "the VOICE" of the Rainbow PUSH Sunday night broadcast since 2007 and joined the WLOK family on “Let's Talk About It” in September 2013.
A mother and grandmother, her passions are children, senior citizens and those who find themselves homeless.
Brother James Chambers
Known as the Dean of Gospel Music, Brother James Chambers, a native Memphian, has an extensive background in radio. He is the only radio announcer to hold two Stellar Awards. As a successful announcer, he is in demand for local and national events as an outstanding program emcee. He was voted "Announcer of the year" in 1995 by the Gospel Announcers Guild.
Brother Chambers is married to Marva Louise Chambers, is a father of five, ten grandchildren and a great grand.
Delsa Fleming, known as the “Fireball of the South,” has been a personality with 1340 WLOK since 1982. She has received numerous local and national awards. She was awarded with a Stellar Award certificate for her contributions to gospel radio. She has also been recognized nationally among gospel radio’s “Who’s Who in Gospel Music.”
Delsa “Fireball” Fleming is one of Memphis’ most recognizable radio personalities. She has served as Mistress of Ceremonies for numerous programs and concerts throughout the city. She also served as host of a local gospel cable TV show; plus she has conducted many music workshops for various churches in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. Delsa is a member of the National Gospel Music of America Announcers Guild. She was born in Rossville, Tennessee and currently resides in Memphis. She attended Shelby State Community College where she earned a certificate of achievement for music. Delsa is the mother of three daughters and a son. In her spare time, she enjoys singing and reading.
Linda Covington is a native of Water Valley, MS, graduated from WVHS and Rust College with a BA in Broadcast Journalism. Linda was crowned Ms. WVHS and Ms. Yalobusha 1990-1991 and was very active in the Valley. She confessed Christ at the age of nine and was appointed church secretary at her home church in W.V. at the age of 12. Linda was very active at Chapel Hill (MBC) and at New Independence MBC, Coldwater, MS.
She's been Blessed to have worked with many different radio stations AM 990-The Light, 95.7 Hallelujah FM, V101.1, WDIA 1070 AM, FM 100, WBBP AM-1480, 1240 AM -WAVN, traffic reporter for WMC-TV5,and WHBQ Fox 13. She's even worked with Tri-State Defender, and Trinity Broadcast Network and International Radio Network USA Radio news.
Linda participates in community services, team-mom for Whitehaven Lady Tigers (volleyball, basketball) & AAU Lady All Stars, a member of Youth Ministry, It's a Girls World organization and Alpha Kappa Alpha.
Linda is a devoted wife to Minister James Williams, Jr., and mother to three beautiful, active young ladies Dominique, Dajonique and Destinique.
Her favorite scripture -"I can do all things through Christ, which strengthens me"- Philippians 4:13.
Cleveland was born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1957 the oldest of four siblings. Cleveland moved to Decatur, Illinois in 1968 after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He graduated from Stephen Decatur High School in 1975. Cleveland went to Lakeland Jr. College to start his studies in Radio Broadcasting in the fall of 1975. He graduated in May of 1977 with an Associate Degree. After graduating he worked at several radio stations in Decatur, Il. Including a cable radio station where he was recognized as "The Pentecostal Preacher". After changes at his job he decided to go back to school to get his Bachelor degree in the fall of 2013. He took online classes from American Broadcasting School out of Oklahoma City,OK. He received his Bachelor degree in May of 2014. Cleveland decided to pursue his life long passion in radio in March of 2015 by coming to his hometown of Memphis.
Twana Coleman is a native Memphian and alumnae of a historically black college, The LeMoyne-Owen College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She has had the pleasure of serving as a weekend on air personality and board operator for The Tom Joyner Morning Show for KJMS and as a freelance reporter for The New Tri-State Defender. She applies Matthew 5:16, "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven," to her daily routine. In her spare time, Twana enjoys spending quality time with family, researching and cooking.