Focus on the Family's Radio Theatre has been entertaining and enriching the lives of both young and old for decades. Taking timeless classics such as C.S. Lewis' Screwtape Letters to A Christmas Carol, Radio Theatre makes the stories come alive and . . .
Everyone needs hope. Daily Hope with Rick Warren shares a meaningful message from Scripture, practical and applicable, to encourage, equip and train people to fulfill God’s purposes for their life. Listen M-F for your daily hope! . . .
"RealTalk Weekend with Dr. David Anderson" is a vibrant radio show in Washington D.C. that is insightful, spiritual, witty, and builds bridges across racial, political, and cultural lines, while handling real-time topics that are provocative, . . .
Ring of Truth is the daily radio teaching ministry of Pastor Dan Sexton of Calvary Chapel in Ellicott City, MD. In the summer of 2003, Pastor Dan Sexton and his wife Cameron, moved to Ellicott City to begin the simple ministry of teaching the Word . . .
For over 35 years, The Fellowship has worked tirelessly to help desperate Jews in Israel and around the world. With Bless Israel, your listeners will learn how they can help poor widows, orphans, Holocaust survivors, families and elderly, victims of . . .
The Townhall Review is a one stop shop for relevant news and intelligent analysis from the leading talk show hosts in the nation: Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Dennis Prager, Bill Bennett, and Mike Gallagher.
“So What?” characterizes the essence of Lon’s timeless message: What difference does the Bible make for our lives in the 21st century? His practical and down-to-earth treatment of Scripture is always challenging and thought . . .
The vision is for the family and is intended to minister to each individual from the cradle to the grave or until the Lord's return. We intend to create family units with the father as the head, providing for his family and all their needs; loving . . .
In our fast-changing world, it can be difficult to sort through the issues of the day. From family to faith to the latest in the public square, it’s hard to stay up on what’s happening, much less interpret the news in a way that . . .