Benson Gregory is a pastor's kid, or theological offspring as he prefers, who was raised in the church. He committed his life to Christ at an early age and quickly became heavily involved in evangelism and service to the the church. As a Scout and student at Marion Christian School in Marion, OH he learned about community service and caring for those in need. While attending Mansfield Christian High School in Mansfield, OH he was first exposed to domestic missions which has become one of his lifelong passions. It was also in high school that he discovered another lifelong passion of radio while taking classes and working at the school's radio station WVMC 90.7 FM. He eventually served as student station manager of WVMC, where he also hosted several programs and won broadcasting awards and international recognition for both himself and the station. Benson continued his broadcast communications education at Asbury University in Wilmore, KY. He still resides in central Kentucky and has worked for several commercial, non-commercial, religious and main-stream radio stations both on the mic and in management. His commitment to broadcasting, disaster relief, community service and missions have been recognized both locally and nationally.
In 2007 he co-founded International Orphan Rescue, Inc. a non-profit which supports efforts to rescue children from sex-trafficking, abuse, neglect and life on the street.
He currently serves as the Lexington, Kentucky market manager for the Christian Broadcasting System, Ltd., where he also hosts radio programs and podcasts, and volunteers his time to local non-profit agencies and ministries.