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Focus On The Family
Mon - Sat 10am

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Focus on the Family is a half-hour daily dose of encouragement and advice for the family with Jim Daly and John Fuller. Focus on the Family began airing in 1977. It is now carried daily on 2,000 radio outlets in the United States and has become one of today's most recognized Christian radio programs.

In a discussion based on her book The Sacrament of Happy, Lisa Harper explain...
Posted: August 15, 2018, 6:00 am
Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread

Daily Devotionals

We can find nearly every argument in the book of Job about why there is pain in the world, but the arguing never seems to help Job much. His is a crisis of relationship more than a crisis of doubt. Can he trust God? Job wants one thing above all else: an appearance by the one Person who can explain his miserable fate. He wants to meet God Himself, face to face.

Eventually Job gets his wish. God shows up in person (see Job 38:1). He times His entrance with perfect irony, just as Job’s friend Elihu is expounding on why Job has no right to expect a visit from God.

No one—not Job, nor any of his friends—is prepared for what God has to say. Job has saved up a long list of questions, but it is God, not Job, who asks the questions. “Brace yourself like a man,” He begins; “I will question you, and you shall answer me” (v. 3). Brushing aside thirty-five chapters’ worth of debates on the problem of pain, God plunges into a majestic poem on the wonders of the natural world.

God’s speech defines the vast difference between the God of all creation and one puny man like Job. His presence spectacularly answers Job’s biggest question: Is anybody out there? Job can only respond, “Surely I spoke of things I did not understand, things too wonderful for me to know” (42:3).

Author: Philip Yancey
Posted: August 15, 2018, 12:00 am
Teaching
Just Thinking
Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.
What happened to reason and logic? It’s easy to be discouraged by the lack of morals around us but when we understand how we got to that point it can help us as we try and defend our faith. On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias explores the path we have taken to arrive where we are now.
 
Testimonial
Unshackled
Unshackled
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm
3526 Larry Delli, Part 2 (Cross-Country Odyssey) Larry comes to Christ and finishes Bible college. Hes drawn to the Pacific Northwest and takes his family in a school bus across the country where his faith is tested as a pastor for six years.

Ekj Ran (I Run) Low German

Ekj Ran (I Run) Low German

Based in Bolivia, Eduard Giesbrecht leads the Ekj Ran (I Run) ministry team in creating radio and video resources that inspire young people to “run…

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Over 100 Shows of Revive and Counting

Over 100 Shows of Revive and Counting

Tune in and listen to Revive; one hour of contemporary Christian music featuring global and local artists with their latest Christian hits!  You are going to hear some of the…

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CIAM is Alert Ready

CIAM is Alert Ready

CIAM Radio has been proactive in giving listeners advisory and emergency messages to listeners in potentially affected areas for over a year before CRTC mandated…

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Your Community Messages on CIAM

Your Community Messages on CIAM

Did you know that you can have your non-profit organization community messages aired for free at CIAM Radio? Maybe you have an upcoming event that…

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CIAM is a Listener Supported Broadcast

CIAM is a Listener Supported Broadcast

Did you know that CIAM is one of the few radio stations that are not charging broadcasters for airtime? We appreciate their faithful dedication over…

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CIAM Cell-Phone Apps – Iphone & Android

CIAM Cell-Phone Apps – Iphone & Android

CIAM Media and Radio Broadcasting Association is pleased to announce the release of the CIAM app for Apple mobile devices. The CIAM app allows you…

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