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September 2014
September 16, 2014

It’s a Toxic Talk Tuesday on the next Chris Fabry Live! Chris' toxic life coach said something that floored him. They've been married more than 30 years, but when she said this, Chris knew he was in trouble. Learn with him relationally Tuesday. Then, spanking, domestic violence and the power of the NFL. Chris has a perspective on these issues that have bubbled the past couple of weeks and we want your reaction. Toxic-Free Tips // Domestic Violence

Featured: Andrea Fabry, Shelley Chapman, Gary Chapman, Kristin McKendall
Host: Chris Fabry


September 15, 2014

This is your invitation to meet someone special. Perhaps you’ve known this person for a long time, but you have no idea why they’re on the planet, why he or she matters, and what they should do with their life. The special person is YOU. Hear practical steps to become who God created you to be. Then, some GREAT news you probably haven’t heard about God’s Word. Plus, hear how God transformed Kent Kressenberg's life. The Person Called You // The Gospel Changes Lives

Featured: Bill Hendricks, Bob Creson, Kent Kressenberg, Nina Williamson
Host: Chris Fabry


September 12, 2014

The issue of suicide is so prevalent, from Hollywood stars to friends around the corner. How can you prevent a friend or family member from taking their own life? What are the warning signs? Then, a visit with a prodigal who wanted nothing to do with her parents’ God or rigidity. She traveled the world and found home in the last place she expected. Suicide Prevention // Atlas Girl

Featured: Karen Mason, Emily Wierenga
Host: Chris Fabry


September 11, 2014

Coming up on 9-11, the group Selah joins us in the studio. They have a new album titled You Amaze Us. We’ll hear their stories of struggle and grief and grace. Their music will encourage you to walk with God through the difficult roads you encounter. Then, we want to hear your response to a question about how God, with time, can build on what seems like rubble. You Amaze Us // Out of the Rubble

Featured: Selah
Host: Chris Fabry


September 10, 2014

Chris Fabry was weeping in the grocery store. He's not an overly emotional person most of the time. But he had an experience the other day that took him back more than 40 years. Hear his story and share your response. Then, another conversation with author and counselor Dr. John Trent. We talk about giving and receiving unconditional love and acceptance. Don’t miss the conversations. Sweet Memories // The Blessing

Featured: John Trent
Host: Chris Fabry


September 9, 2014

If you’re a woman with sexual or physical abuse in your past, if you’ve been abandoned, if you’ve gone through a natural disaster or accident, Shelly Beach and Wanda Sanchez want to talk about the power of lament and hope. We talk with them--then we welcome that troubadour of the soul, Michael Card, for a glimpse of Jesus in the Gospel of John. Love Letters from the Edge // Nicodemus

Featured: Shelly Beach, Wanda Sanchez, Michael Card
Host: Chris Fabry


September 8, 2014

We hear from the Doctor of Digital Democracy, Steve Hewitt. Privacy issues have come to the forefront as actors had pictures stolen from the Cloud. What does this mean for you and me? Present your technology questions Monday. Then, our correspondent to the pastorate, Dr. John Koessler, talks about the Evangelical Industrial Complex—and celebrity pastors. Technology Q & A // Pastoral Character

Featured: Steve Hewitt, John Koessler
Host: Chris Fabry


September 5, 2014

We continue our practical conversations for the week. Are you working in a toxic environment? Paul White wants to help you rise above that toxic workplace. Many employees have bosses who bully and work with poisonous co-workers. Should you cope, change or quit? Then, today was a purposeful day of prayer in Chicago and it continues into this evening. We talk and pray about an answer to the problems plaguing Chicago and America’s larger cities. Don’t miss Friday’s program. Rising Above a Toxic Workplace // PrayChicago

Featured: Paul White, Joe Carlson, Roy Patterson, John Fuder
Host: Chris Fabry


September 4, 2014

We're going to ask you to take off your shoes on Thursday. The reason is because of something pastor and author Palmer Chinchen saw as a first grader in Liberia. A young African girl pulled the shoes off her feet and did something incredible. Then, Arlene Pellicane talks about growing up social. Get tips on screen time and the Internet and help your FAMILY survive the digital invasion. The Barefoot Tribe // Growing Up Social

Featured: Palmer Chinchen, Arlene Pellicane
Host: Chris Fabry


September 3, 2014

What do you do when you don’t know what to do? Do you stall? Do you make a hasty decision? Jeff Shinabarger says these everyday decisions forever shape your life. How do you make that hard decision you’re facing? We talk about it Wednesday. And then, a moment of pure worship—when you’re alone and something springs from your soul. How Everyday Decisions Shape Your Life // Spontaneous Praise

Featured: Jeff Shinabarger
Host: Chris Fabry


September 2, 2014

It’s a love story that has captured the nation. Ian and Larissa met in college and fell in love. They talked about marriage but a devastating accident changed everything. Or did it? Tuesday on Chris Fabry Live!, hear Ian and Larissa’s story. Then, we welcome back Mr. Five Love Languages himself, author, pastor and counselor Dr. Gary Chapman. Don’t miss the encouragement on Tuesday. Eight Twenty-Eight // One More Try

Featured: Larissa Murphy, Gary Chapman
Host: Chris Fabry


September 1, 2014

For Labor Day on Chris Fabry Live!, it’s a "Best of" broadcast featuring calls about your first job. How did flipping burgers, delivering papers or bagging groceries prepare you for what you’re doing today? Then, faith and work. Is what you do from 9-5 just about paying the bills so you can do ministry on the weekend? Or is there more to what you do to provide for your family? Don’t miss the Labor Day conversations. Your First Job // Bringing Your Faith to Work

Featured: David Gill, Sajan Mathews
Host: Chris Fabry


August 2014
August 29, 2014

We end the week with a sigh and a great conversation about whose name you would write on your glove. Nostalgia and a really good question are coming your way. Then, it’s a Farmer Friday "Best of" broadcast about the perfect pig. The perfect pumpkin. When did you have a bumper crop? Don’t miss the end-of-August fun on Friday’s on Chris Fabry Live! The Name on Your Glove // Farmer Friday: The Perfect Crop


Host: Chris Fabry


August 28, 2014

The city of Chicago is known around the country for violence, bloodshed and death. On Thursday, four men who have a passion for God, a belief in prayer and a love for the people of Chicago sit down with us. We talk and pray about an answer to the problems plaguing America’s larger cities. Then, a "Best of" program featuring a performance by the group MercyMe! Don’t miss it, Thursday on Chris Fabry Live! Pray for Chicago // Welcome to the New

Featured: Roy Patterson, Paco Amador, Michael Allen, Vancy Henry, MercyMe
Host: Chris Fabry


August 27, 2014

You’ve heard her song “Blessings.” Now, hear Laura Story like never before—pregnant with TWINS! Join us for a pre-recorded conversation with Laura as she sits down at the piano, sings some songs and shares her heart. Then, a command performance of a program about God’s biscuits. Hear a military police officer’s story about answered prayer. Don’t miss the encouragement on Wednesday. A Studio Visit with Laura Story // Biscuits 101

Featured: Laura Story
Host: Chris Fabry


August 26, 2014

It’s a Toxic Talk Tuesday with Chris' toxic life coach, Andrea Fabry. She joins us for a discussion about the latest toxic news and we take your questions and comments for a first-ever open forum Toxic Talk Tuesday. Then, the American Academy of Pediatrics has suggested a remedy for chronic sleep loss in high schoolers. We hear from Dr. Arch Hart and we want your opinion on the next Chris Fabry Live! Toxic-Free Tips: Open Forum // Sleep Loss and Teenagers

Featured: Andrea Fabry, Archibald Hart
Host: Chris Fabry


August 25, 2014

Get to know Dr. John Trent, recently appointed to Moody Theological Seminary's Gary D. Chapman Chair of Marriage and Family Ministry. Find out who he is and how to send your child back to school with your blessing. Then, Tommie Scott was born into a world of gangs and drugs. His father was one of the first Crips in L.A. Hear about his radical change of life.

Featured: John Trent, Tommie Scott, Tim Berends
Host: Chris Fabry


August 22, 2014

There's nothing in life like a good neighbor. Chris discusses the role of living next door to someone and being the best neighbor you can be. Then, have you ever considered the spiritual debt that you've accumulated over the span of your life? We hear about situations when you realized you could exchange your debt for Christ's righteousness. Join us as we say "THANK YOU!" to God today. Being a Good Neighbor // In Spiritual Debt


Host: Chris Fabry


August 21, 2014

We hear an update from Dr. Kent Brantly who was released from Emory University Hospital earlier today after successfully battling Ebola. Plus, the ice bucket challenge has taken hold in the culture—and FAST! Why did it catch on so quickly and become so widespread? We talk about it Thursday. Then, if you're in the hills of stress, come down to the valley of rest. We talk about worry-free living with two guests. Don't miss it! Update on Kent Brantly / The Ice Bucket Challenge // Worry Free Living

Featured: Nathanael King, Bo Stern, Eugene Cho, Arnie Cole, Michael Ross
Host: Chris Fabry


August 20, 2014

The two Michaels are back from their summer sojourns to take your questions about the Bible and living out your Christian life. Then, we’ll have another topic to challenge or inspire. Don't miss Wednesday's Chris Fabry Live! Bible Q & A // Lessons from the Little League World Series

Featured: Michael Rydelnik, Michael Vanlaningham
Host: Chris Fabry


August 19, 2014

Are you exhausted? Overwhelmed? Overscheduled? Listen to Bill Hybels on Tuesday. He has one word for you: simplify. If you live life at breakneck speed and you’re consumed by everyone else’s agenda, simplify. This is an important and practical program—and in our second hour, you can talk with Bill Hybels. Simplify: The Principles // Simplify: Q & A

Featured: Bill Hybels
Host: Chris Fabry


August 18, 2014

The last time Steve Hewitt was with us, we talked about a prediction he made that has come true. We discussed the latest technology news—how the church is using the Worldwide Web for good. Don’t miss the guy of the gigabyte—your questions for Steve Hewitt—then, in our second hour, George Verwer said on Friday that we focus on the negative much of the time in the church. Let’s talk about some good news on Monday. Technology Q & A // Good News

Featured: Steve Hewitt
Host: Chris Fabry


August 15, 2014

Friday, hear the words of a song written by a 3-year old. That’s right, a very young musician. But his heartfelt lyrics will cause you to stop and think about life. "Please God," he writes, "I need her to come back." Hear more about that story, then we’ll get an update on what God is doing around the world with Operation Mobilization founder George Verwer. Zoe's Life // George Verwer

Featured: Jeff and Mackenzie Rollins, George Verwer
Host: Chris Fabry


August 14, 2014

Another Christian artist has been pulled from the shelves. That’s right, an award-winning singer and songwriter shared his thoughts about Genesis, and a firestorm ensued. We talk with Moody Bible Institute Professor Dr. Kevin Zuber about that. Then, the eyes of the nation are on a suburb of St. Louis called Ferguson, Mo. An 18-year-old man was killed by a police officer earlier this week, followed by riots, looting, racial tension and more. Several guests join us to talk about what's happening and how we should respond. Old Testament Beliefs // Response to Ferguson, Mo.

Featured: Kevin Zuber, L.O. Jones, Victor Montalvo, Joe Costephens
Host: Chris Fabry


August 13, 2014

Kelly Minter shares a jungle adventure through the Amazon. Hear how some forgotten people transformed her understanding of the gospel. Then, straight from America’s Got Talent, it’s the Willis Clan. They’re a talented, amazing group of musicians—from the same family. Hear some live music from the Willis Clan Wednesday! A Renewed Hope // The Willis Clan

Featured: Kelly Minter, The Willis Clan
Host: Chris Fabry


August 12, 2014

Real people, real life -- that’s what we talk about Tuesday as we discuss believers in Iraq who are running from the Islamic State. It’s a life-or-death struggle that has been playing itself out on the world stage. What are you doing for your brothers and sisters in Iraq? Then, Michael Card joins us for a look at the Gospel of John and how the Biblical Imagination series was birthed. Don’t miss it. How to Help Believers in Iraq // The Gospel of John

Featured: Tom Doyle, Daniel Gabriel, Greg Yoder, Jeff Palmer, Aaron Mercer, Jeremy Courtney, Michael Card
Host: Chris Fabry


August 11, 2014

Tell us the teacher who made the biggest difference in your life. It’s back-to-school month for many children—and we’re going to highlight great teachers. Don’t miss the encouragement. Then, Bible teacher and pastor Chip Ingram helps us navigate the cultural issues that divide us. Gay marriage, abortion—is there a way to discuss these issues with people who disagree with us? Can we present truth and not be perceived as hateful? Let’s talk about it Monday. My Favorite Teacher // Culture Shock

Featured: Chip Ingram
Host: Chris Fabry


August 8, 2014

Ann Coulter and Donald Trump have hammered the missionaries in Liberia. They don’t understand why Christians can’t serve people in America. Add to that those who say “Ebola is a judgment from God.” Meet two people whose hearts are in Liberia, who love the people there and long to return. Plus, we talk with Brian Writebol, a family member of one of the Christian workers who has contracted Ebola. Agricultural Ministry in Liberia // An Update on Nancy Writebol

Featured: Travis and Gina Sheets, Brian Writebol
Host: Chris Fabry


August 7, 2014

God is moving and stirring a generation of people who are done with complacency and excess, who don’t want to just live for here and now but for what really matters. If that’s you, listen to author and speaker Jen Hatmaker talks about what happens when God wrecks your comfortable Christianity. Then, we hear how God has wrecked your comfortability and how He’s shaking up your life. Don’t miss it! Interrupted // A Wrecked Life

Featured: Jen Hatmaker
Host: Chris Fabry


August 6, 2014

Wednesday, a fellow author, storyteller and novelist shares her decision to end her career—she will no longer be writing as she has in the past. Does her decision echo anything in your life? Then, a mom named Faith sat down with her daughter. “We have to talk,” the daughter said. And what Faith heard was something she didn’t want to hear. Let’s talk about it. Life-Changing Decisions // Hearing the Unexpected from Your Child

Featured: Lisa Samson
Host: Chris Fabry