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 Linda Rowe
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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  • A World Vision Employee Is Still Awaiting Fair Trial in Israel
    The charges against him don’t make sense. And his day in court has been delayed again and again. Every day, at least once and sometimes more, Khalil el-Halabi logs on to Twitter and posts pictures, videos, and appeals on behalf of his son Mohammad. Tagging people he believes might come to his aid—human rights lawyers, […]
    Ken Chitwood
  • Black Church Group Offers Its Best Shot at Closing Vaccine Gap
    To reach the most vulnerable, leaders say vaccine sites have to set up in hard-hit neighborhoods and let churches spread the word. As the nation passed 500,000 coronavirus deaths this week, government data revealed that the life expectancy for African American men dropped three years—triple the decline among Americans overall during the first half of […]
    Rebecca Randall
  • Iraq’s Struggling Christians Hope for Boost from Pope Francis Visit
    Landmark trip will include Qaraqosh, where most families fled ISIS yet some are now trying to restore the Christian heartland of the Nineveh Plains. Nasser Banyameen speaks about his hometown of Qaraqosh in the historical heartland of Iraqi Christianity with nostalgia. Before Islamic State group fighters swept through the Nineveh Plains in northern Iraq. Before […]
    Mariam Fam - The Associated Press
  • Died: Celebrate Recovery Founder John Baker, Who Shifted Evangelicals’ Approach to Addiction
    The Saddleback Church pastor developed the popular Christ-centered 12-step program for “hurts, habits, and hang-ups.” Celebrate Recovery founder John Baker, who turned his testimony recovering from alcoholism into a biblical 12-step program used by more than 7 million people, died unexpectedly on Tuesday at age 72. Baker’s ministry began in 1991 at Saddleback Church in […]
    Kate Shellnutt
  • Most ‘Nones’ Still Keep the Faith
    When research looks beyond affiliation, the move away from religious institutions becomes more nuanced. I pastor an American Baptist church in a small town in rural Illinois. When the current building was dedicated in 1968, there were more than 300 members. By the last 1990s, there were about a hundred. When I became the pastor […]
    Ryan Burge
  • Southern Baptists Expel Two More Churches Over Abuse
    Top leaders address divides in the denomination at the first in-person Executive Committee meeting in a year. At its first in-person meeting since the pandemic took off a year ago, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) Executive Committee decided to cut ties with two churches whose pastors had been convicted of sexual offenses as well as […]
    Kate Shellnutt
  • Reading While Not Black
    How a group of white church planters learned to listen to African Americans and build a better Christian community. We didn’t know anything about critical race theory. Or implicit bias. There was no elaborate argument for centering minority voices. But as a group of 20-somethings from an almost-all-white suburb about to plant a church in […]
    Doug Ponder
  • Palestinian Christians Promised an Outsized Voice in New Legislature
    President Mahmoud Abbas sets their quota at 7 seats in first elections in West Bank and Gaza since 2006. President Mahmoud Abbas has guaranteed that at least seven seats of a new legislative council will go to Christians in the next elections in the Palestinian territories. Planned for May 22, the elections are hoped to […]
    Daoud Kuttab - Religion News Service
  • If Muslims Can Build Churches in Egypt, Has Persecution Ended?
    With a Christian activist in jail and a grandmother humiliated, religious freedom advocates weigh the value of progress in church legalization and public rhetoric. Egyptian Christians have long struggled to build their churches. But now, they can have Muslim help. Last month, Egypt’s Grand Mufti Shawki Allam issued a fatwa (religious ruling) allowing Muslim paid […]
    Jayson Casper
  • Who Will Save Algeria’s Closed Churches: the UN, US, or Hirak?
    World body challenges North African nation over its treatment of Christians, while local evangelical leaders take heart in renewed protests. Algeria’s Christians hope that a one-two punch may reopen their churches. Last December, a letter from the United Nations asked the North African government to give account. And this week, popular protests resumed after crackdowns […]
    Jayson Casper

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