Program Schedule

12:00 am
June Hunt
1:00 am
Janet Mefferd
2:00 am
Steve Gregg
3:00 am
Pastor Shane Idleman
3:30 am
Chip Ingram
4:00 am
Chuck Crismier
5:00 am
Gideon Levytam
5:30 am
Pastor Erwin Lutzer
5:57 am
Chuck Bentley
6:00 am
Steve Brown
6:15 am
Joyce Meyer
6:29 am
Charles Morris
6:30 am
Albert Pendarvis
6:45 am
Pastor Leighton Sheley
7:00 am
Pastor Raul Ries
7:30 am
Ron Dozler
8:00 am
Charles Morris
8:27 am
Dan Seaborn
8:30 am
Pastor Chris Swansen
8:55 am
Pastor Leighton Sheley
9:00 am
Michael Youssef
9:30 am
Ravi Zacharias
9:45 am
Pastor Mark Swallow
10:00 am
Chip Ingram
10:30 am
Pastor Greg Laurie
11:00 am
Pastor Erwin Lutzer
11:30 am
Steve Brown
11:45 am
Joyce Meyer
12:00 pm
Pastor Leighton Sheley
12:15 pm
R.G. Hardy and Sharon Hardy Knotts
12:30 pm
Pastor Paul Sheppard
1:00 pm
Ron Dozler
1:26 pm
Ian Taylor
1:30 pm
Pastor Pancho Juarez
2:00 pm
Steve Gregg
3:00 pm
Hank Hanegraaff
3:30 pm
Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier
4:00 pm
Pastor Greg Laurie
4:30 pm
Tom Cantor
5:00 pm
Dan Seaborn
5:15 pm
Pastor Mark Swallow
5:30 pm
Pastor Ray Brown, Sr.
5:58 pm
John Stonestreet
6:00 pm
Rob West and Steve Moore
6:30 pm
Al Pittman
7:00 pm
Pastor Raul Ries
7:30 pm
Gideon Levytam
8:00 pm
Pastor Erwin Lutzer
8:30 pm
Pastor Paul Sheppard
9:00 pm
Pastor Shane Idleman
9:30 pm
Charles Morris
10:00 pm
Steve Brown
10:15 pm
Joyce Meyer
10:30 pm
Ravi Zacharias
10:45 pm
Dan Seaborn
11:00 pm
Hank Hanegraaff
11:30 pm
Ron Dozler

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  • The Fire This Time: Reflections on a Year of Racial Reckoning May 18, 2021
    A free webinar on how it has changed us, and where the church should go from here. One year after George Floyd's death, Christianity Today invites Christian scholars, ministers, and activists to discuss the meaning of a transformative era in American society. How has it changed us, and where does the church go from here? […]
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  • Church Decline and Recovery During COVID-19 May 17, 2021
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  • Fear the Lord. No Other Word Will Do the Trick. May 17, 2021
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    Emily Hazleton
  • Missions at Bay Area Community Church May 16, 2021
    Takeaways and learnings from local church visits I’m restarting my Sunday Journeys series, talking about different churches I’ve visited and taking away some learnings from each. Earlier this year, I was at Bay Area Community Church in Annapolis for their missions conference. Despite the numerous health and logistical complications COVID presented through the planning process, […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Our First Look at How Pompeo and Blinken See Religious Freedom Differently May 14, 2021
    Four takeaways from this week’s release of the State Department’s 2020 IRF report. The rollout of the US State Department’s most recent report on international religious freedom (IRF) this week was a study in the contrasts between the Trump and Biden administrations. But there were also continuities. Here are two of each that stand out […]
    Judd Birdsall
  • Church Discipline in a Christian Non-Profit? Church Discipline, Part 4 May 14, 2021
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    Ed Stetzer, Josh Laxton, and Mark Gossage
  • After Three Lockdowns, Irish Churches Can Finally Meet Again May 14, 2021
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    Megan Fowler
  • Just a Bill: Religious Freedom Consensus Rarely Voted into Law May 13, 2021
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    Jayson Casper

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