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February 2015
February 25, 2015

Margaret Feinberg joins us with a personal story of how to find joy in the midst of a great battle. She talks about celebrating more, regretting less and staring down your greatest fears. Then, a young mom won millions of dollars in the Powerball in North Carolina. She's going to tithe part of it. We hear what advice you would give her with her new-found wealth. Fight Back with Joy // Lottery Winnings

Featured: Margaret Feinberg
Host: Chris Fabry


February 24, 2015

Chris' toxic life coach, Andrea Fabry, joins us for an intriguing look at the topic of light. What are the hazards of artificial light? What are the benefits of natural light? We talk about light bulbs, sunscreen, sunglasses and more during our “light” conversation. Then, Chris put an intriguing question on his Facebook page the other day and the answers shocked him. What is your earliest memory? Let’s talk about it Tuesday. Toxic-Free Tips: Light // Your Earliest Memory

Featured: Andrea Fabry
Host: Chris Fabry


February 23, 2015

She was an instrumental evangelical voice in the 19th Century. She helped reform education, she was an abolitionist, but she was also a writer and well-known for her poetry and plays. Learn about Hannah More on Monday. Then, two guests respond to a heartbreaking video of a homeless man in Chicago who simply wants to be treated as a human being. Don’t miss the conversations. The Life of Hannah More // The Homeless are Human Beings

Featured: Karen Swallow Prior, Joe Carlson, Anthony Acevedo
Host: Chris Fabry


February 20, 2015

We oxygenate your blood and your soul with some live music and conversation. American Idol contestant from a few years ago, Phil Stacey, sings a new song called "Reach Beyond." Hear the interesting story from him and the writer, Ty Stokes. Then, Chris' beloved Honda Odyssey has died after 281,000 miles. We hear encouragement and advice from other listeners whose cars have bitten the dust. Reach Beyond // Car Counseling

Featured: Phil Stacey, Ty Stakes
Host: Chris Fabry


February 19, 2015

There’s trouble in the Middle East. ISIS is on the move. Iran wants nuclear power. Thursday, Dr. Michael Youssef talks about Jesus, Jihad and Peace. What are the trends within Judaism, Christianity and Islam that fit into prophetic history? Then, current issues with Israel. Dr. Michael Rydelnik is joined by the president of Israel College of the Bible, Dr. Erez Soref. Don’t miss the program. Jesus, Jihad, and Peace // Issues with Israel

Featured: Michael Youssef, Michael Rydelnik, Erez Soref
Host: Chris Fabry


February 18, 2015

Are you overwhelmed? Are you living with the stress of a packed schedule that’s created an aching in your soul? Don’t miss Wednesday when we welcome New York Times bestselling author Lysa TerKeurst. She’s learned that there’s a big difference in saying yes to everyone—and saying yes to God. Then Dr. Mark Eckel asks, “How should we watch movies Christianly?” It should be a good discussion. The Best Yes // Movie Review as Christian Practice

Featured: Lysa TerKeurst, Mark Eckel
Host: Chris Fabry


February 17, 2015

Come with us to the land of Israel, nearly 2000 years ago. Use your imagination as we look at some of the unmiraculous miracles of Jesus. Singer, songwriter and Bible teacher Michael Card joins us. Then, ISIS beheaded 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians over the weekend. Dr. Charlie Dyer takes a look at the U.S. response to ISIS, Iran nuclear negotiations and more. The Unmiraculous Miracles of Jesus // The ISIS Crisis

Featured: Michael Card, Charlie Dyer
Host: Chris Fabry


February 16, 2015

Chris is excited about a documentary film that’s being released called The Drop Box. It’s a true story about Pastor Lee from Korea about orphans, an idea and love. Jim Daly of Focus on the Family joins us Monday. We also hear who the quiet hero in your life is. Then, Stan Guthrie takes one verse from each of the 66 books of the Bible to help you understand the entire Bible. We talk about God’s Story in 66 Verses. The Drop Box // God's Story in 66 Verses

Featured: Jim Daly, Stan Guthrie
Host: Chris Fabry


February 13, 2015

Steve Hewitt is back to answer your questions about computers, smartphones, tablets and all things tech. Join us with your question. Then, in honor of Valentine's Day, we hear what your pet name for your spouse is and how that name came about. Technology Q & A // Pet Names

Featured: Steve Hewitt
Host: Chris Fabry


February 12, 2015

It's been debated on Facebook, it's been all over the news, and in state governments and federally the situation is heating up. Vaccinating your children. And the question is: how do you get along with someone who disagrees with you on this subject? Then, an email topic: "Chris, I love my daughters but I don’t like being a parent. And I'm not alone." What do you say to someone who feels that way? Civility in the Vaccination Conversation //

Featured: Lina AbuJamra
Host: Chris Fabry


February 11, 2015

On Valentine's Day we talk about love, togetherness, romance. But there are those among us right now who have gone through great loss. Miriam Neff returns to talk about the kind of friends who love through crisis. Then, Dr. Juli Slattery and Dannah Gresh return to pull back the shades. Many women are longing for love but choosing something lesser. We talk about it Wednesday. Friendships after Crisis // Fifty Shades of Grey

Featured: Miriam Neff, Dannah Gresh, Juli Slattery
Host: Chris Fabry


February 10, 2015

What happened to those New Testament figures once the Bible was completed? Was Peter crucified upside down? Were the twelve disciples all martyred? New Testament scholar and professor of Theology at Moody Bible Institute Dr. Bryan Litfin joins us. Then, a journalist tells a tale and gets caught. Does that disqualify him from delivering the news? What do we do with Brian Williams? Join our conversation. After Acts // What to Do with Brian Williams

Featured: Bryan Litfin
Host: Chris Fabry


February 9, 2015

Hear a discussion of the Crusades and how they compare with modern-day killings by those who follow radical Islam. Is there a correlation between what has been done in Christ’s name and the killings we see happening in the name of Allah? We talk about that with Dr. Gregg Quiggle. Then, Dr. Rosalie de Rosset talks about why women are drawn to the erotic, the forbidden and what they're truly searching for. The Crusades // A Woman's Longings

Featured: Gregg Quiggle, Rosalie de Rosset
Host: Chris Fabry


February 6, 2015

On the final day of Founder's Week at Moody Bible Institute, we have two great guests. In the first hour, he speaks to everyone from non-Christian intellectuals at Harvard to poor pastors in Haiti. Author, evangelist, philosopher and professor Dr. Ramesh Richard joins us. Then, her ministry Revive Our Hearts has touched the lives of millions of women and men. Nancy Leigh DeMoss is our guest. Don’t miss the conversations on Friday! Engaging with Theology // The Importance of Scripture

Featured: Ramesh Richard, Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Host: Chris Fabry


February 5, 2015

From house boy to an American soldier in the 1950s to world-renowned evangelist—hear the story of Billy Kim. The hidden hand of God was on his life early on—don’t miss the discussion. Then, another Founder’s Week speaker, Dean of Moody Theological Seminary in Michigan Christopher Brooks joins us to talk about urban apologetics. Don’t miss the conversations Thursday. The Life of Billy Kim // Urban Apologetics

Featured: Billy Kim, Christopher Brooks
Host: Chris Fabry


February 4, 2015

You know him from Evidence that Demands a Verdict, More than a Carpenter, his speaking, teaching and relief work. Josh McDowell speaks tonight at Moody Bible Institute’s Founder’s Week and you can talk with him Wednesday. Then, it’s Bob the Tomato, otherwise known as Phil Vischer, with another encouraging message. If life has knocked you down, don’t miss the conversation. Apologetics // When Life Knocks You Down

Featured: Josh McDowell, Phil and Lisa Vischer
Host: Chris Fabry


February 3, 2015

Tuesday, the author of Radical, David Platt, talks about the battle lines being drawn in today's culture. Marriage, religious liberty, life—you name it. We're no longer concerned with right and wrong—we take a poll. How does a believer faithfully follow Christ today? Then, a topic from a session during the opening days of Founder's Week at Moody Bible Institute. Don’t miss the conversations. Counter Culture // Running the Race

Featured: David Platt
Host: Chris Fabry


February 2, 2015

On Groundhog's Day, we look at what events or decisions we regret. John Koessler joins us to see how this manifests itself in the church. Then, Chris shares a story from church that should spark some interest. Join the conversation today! Don’t miss Monday’s Chris Fabry Live! Church Do Overs // The Woman Behind Chris in Church

Featured: John Koessler
Host: Chris Fabry


January 2015
January 30, 2015

There’s a sporting event this weekend and with it come commercials. And some are funny and cute or poignant. But others will no doubt be obscene. How do you deal with that? Then, what if you could ask God anything? What would it be and how would He answer? Max Lucado is back with a story about a coffee shop and a miracle from God. Avoiding the Ads // Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe

Featured: Max Lucado
Host: Chris Fabry


January 29, 2015

You know him from D.C. Talk and now with the Newsboys. Michael Tait joins us to talk about the "God’s Not Dead" phenomenon, the power of old hymns, and your questions. Then, President of Moody Bible Institute, Dr. Paul Nyquist, helps us Prepare to live in a culture increasingly hostile to faith. Hymns // Founder's Week Preview / Prepare

Featured: Michael Tait, Paul Nyquist
Host: Chris Fabry


January 28, 2015

Last week a caller told a story about walking out with five paint cans but only paying for four. When she opened her SUV, one can spilled on her driveway. Was God disciplining her? What are the dangers of attributing things like this to God? Then, an update on the Pray Chicago movement from Dr. John Fuder and Joe Carlson. And we ask what you would say to your younger self about what you've learned about prayer. A Can of Spilled Paint // Pray Chicago

Featured: Kevin Zuber, Joe Carlson, John Fuder
Host: Chris Fabry


January 27, 2015

You don’t get much different stylistically with the musical artists we’ll hear from on Tuesday. Ginny Owens joins us in the studio to perform her encouraging songs. Then, rapper and author Trip Lee says society teaches youth is a time for carefree self-expression. Trip says God has called you to RISE—you don’t have to aim low. Live for the King! Believers young and old will be challenged by the message. In the Studio with Ginny Owens // Rise

Featured: Ginny Owens, Trip Lee
Host: Chris Fabry


January 26, 2015

Imagine you’re at a march in Washington, D.C. Protesters square off, one-on-one. "You hate women," one says. "You murder babies," says the other. Is there a better conversation between those of differing viewpoints on abortion? Then, if there is a gap between you and your dream, listen to Joël Malm’s story. He created a vision map to help him navigate the path toward a God-given dream. Don’t miss Monday’s program. Justice for All // Vision Map

Featured: Steve Wagner, Jordan Newhouse, Joel Malm
Host: Chris Fabry


January 23, 2015

It was one of the most moving conversations of the past year on Chris Fabry Live! Our resident computer guru Steve Hewitt joined us in December and talked about computers and smart phones—then he shared about Tami, a woman that he and his family have taken in. We get an update on her situation—and then, a moral conundrum. Chris is getting something for free that he shouldn't be getting. Has that ever happened to you? Join us Friday. Technology Q & A // Getting Something for Free

Featured: Steve Hewitt
Host: Chris Fabry


January 22, 2015

He said something about his struggle with cancer that Chris can’t forget, what some people term a “fight.” Thursday, Dr. Walter Wangerin, Jr., returns for a conversation about his stories, his teaching, his life and the lessons he’s learned in the land of cancer. Then, on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade—your stories of healing from abortion. A Studio Conversation with Walt Wangerin, Jr. // Healing After Abortion

Featured: Walt Wangerin, Jr.
Host: Chris Fabry


January 21, 2015

It's the return of Dr. Michael Rydelnik and Dr. Michael Vanlaningham take your questions about the Bible. We'll also discuss books written about people dying, going to heaven or hell, and coming back. Don't miss the two Michaels. Then, author and popular speaker Jill Savage and her husband, Mark, speak about Mark's infidelity. How do you pick up the pieces?  Don’t miss the conversations at the Radio Backyard Fence. Bible Q & A // Infidelity in Marriage

Featured: Michael Rydelnik, Michael Vanlaningham, Mark and Jill Savage
Host: Chris Fabry


January 20, 2015

Pastors, city officials and those with a heart for prayer will join us to do the most powerful thing a believer can do. Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor James Meeks, and many more will pray about what’s happening in our cities and our nation. Then, our good friend Michael Card is back with more biblical encouragement for you in the New Year. Pray for Your City // The Gospel of John

Featured: Roy Patterson, Paco Amador, Felecia Thompson, Erwin Lutzer, James Meeks, Michael Card
Host: Chris Fabry


January 19, 2015

On Martin Luther King Day, we rebroadcast a conversation with the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Alveda King. Guest host Cisco Cotto talks with her about the King Rules—truths that are a little hard to handle in our politically correct culture. Then, a rebroadcast with Chris Fabry and Marie Chapian about Robert Sadler, a man who was sold into slavery at the age of five in the United States in the 1900s. Don’t miss this true story of God’s grace. King Rules // The Emancipation of Robert Sadler

Featured: Alveda King, Marie Chapian
Host: Cisco Cotto, Chris Fabry


January 16, 2015

Pastor Terry Erickson talks with guest host Melinda Schmidt about how we can – and should – make time to hang out in places where we can develop relationships with non-Christians, people who need our friendship and God’s Good News. Then, Spoken Word poet and recovery leader Michael Mark talks about his journey to freedom from addiction and his vision for the church’s place in an addicts’ recovery story. Intentional Relationships with Non-Christians // The Church's Role in Addiction Recovery

Featured: Terry Erickson, Michael Mark
Host: Melinda Schmidt


January 15, 2015

Miriam Neff is queen of responding to unwanted change in life. Thursday, we flip things around and ask what change do you want in your life and how do you achieve it? Then, did you hear Mary's story on Wednesday's program? She talked about an event in her childhood she couldn't figure out—but in her adult years things became clear. Has that happened to you? Don’t miss Thursday's program. Making a Wanted Change // Looking Back It's Clear

Featured: Miriam Neff
Host: Chris Fabry