Want to get into a fight in any church in America? Bring up worship. On Chris Fabry Live, our guest was asked by his son, “Dad, why do some churches have smoke machines?” He thought about that question for a long time and came up with an answer you have to hear. We’ll talk about honest worship and how to move from a false self to true praise. Don’t miss the argument—I mean, encouragement, on Chris Fabry Live.
He was called to be a pastor to pastors. His encouragement to struggling shepherds of the flock rings through hearts around the world. On Chris Fabry Live, we honor the life and ministry of H. B. London, Jr. There are some people who have been uniquely called by God and gifted by God to carry a load others can’t bear alone. H. B. was one of those people. Hear more about his life and give tribute to your pastor as well.
Was there a person who hurt you so deeply or who you hurt so deeply that you felt it would be impossible to have a relationship? On Chris Fabry Live, our topic is, “I thought we’d never speak again.” What happened to make you feel that way? Why was there such distance between you? And what transpired to change the possibility of a relationship? “I thought we’d never speak again.” And important conversation on this edition of Chris Fabry Live.
We are more connected than ever—and yet, we are disconnected. We scroll through Facebook posts more than we talk with family members right next to us. On Chris Fabry Live, if you feel like you have more friends than ever but you’re more alone, listen to Joe Battaglia. He says we are wired for real community. We need love and acceptance and connection that can’t be met with a smartphone. If you have digital fatigue, don’t miss Chris Fabry Live.
We’re going back to the gym on Chris Fabry Live. Chris’s toxic life coach, Andrea Fabry, will join him with a story about lessons learned from the rowing machine. A choice by a coach in a crowded class made Andrea feel something deeply. That led her to a difficult but good place in the heart. How do you listen well to your life so you can learn? Don’t miss the conversation coming up on Chris Fabry Live.
At the heart of Christianity is the idea of transformation. You’ve heard it said, “Jesus didn’t come to make bad people good, he came to make dead people alive.” On Chris Fabry Live, your transformation. With news stories that have looked at events from high school and college days, perhaps you’ve taken a hard look at your own past. How has God transformed you? Let’s talk about it on Chris Fabry Live.
If you long to be fully alive, if you long to experience the care and compassion of Christ in your troubles, don’t miss Wednesday’s Chris Fabry Live. Susie Larson has filled in for Chris in the past—and you’ll hear them together talking about learning to flourish. Are you tired of treating symptoms? Do you want to live in faith and not fear? Susie has gone through some dark valleys—she has a message of hope for you, Wednesday on Chris Fabry Live.
Interim President of Moody Bible Institute Greg Thornton gives an update on the search for a new President of Moody Bible Institute. Don’t miss the announcement! Then Chris has two encouraging words for you. Two words that have echoed in his soul over the last few months. Two words he’s seen as he’s read between the lines of stories in the Bible. Two words that will encourage you if you’re feeling discouraged about life. Perhaps you feel God hasn’t answered like you thought he would. Join us for a two-word spiritual pick-me-up.
What outrages you? What current news story boils your blood? On Chris Fabry Live, our cultural moment beckons you to jump head-first into the anger pool. But author and commentator Ed Stetzer says when the world’s at its worst, Christians can be at their best. How do we walk worthy through our current cultural storm? Don’t miss the conversation on Chris Fabry Live.
We’ll be joined by Dr. Michael Rydelnik and his life-long biblical sidekick, who also teaches at Moody Bible Institute, Eva Rydelnik. Together they will discuss the book of Proverbs. Do you have a Favorite passage in the book of Proverbs? See what you'll discover as you listen for this encore edition of Chris Fabry Live.
Join us as sage advice from a giant of Bible study comes on the air. Warren Wiersbe provides insight into how to get the most from personal time in God’s Word. Don't miss this inspirational time together on this encore edition of Chris Fabry Live.
She was a radical, committed unbeliever. So what did God use to draw her to himself? An evangelistic rally? A bestselling book? On Chris Fabry Live, Rosaria Butterfield shares how an invitation to dinner changed the course of her life—for eternity. She believes God uses radical, ordinary hospitality to bring the gospel to friends and neighbors. Don’t miss a stirring conversation on this encore broadcast of Chris Fabry Live.
Dr. Erwin Lutzer believes today’s Church can be compared to captive Israel in Babylon. We’re trying to maintain our faith in the midst of an unraveling, pagan culture. On Chris Fabry Live, you’ll hear of the pressures outside and inside the Church that threaten to undo us. Can believers be light in the darkness of today’s culture? Don’t miss the challenge and encouragement on Chris Fabry Live.
How do you live what you believe? How do you model what you preach? On Chris Fabry Live, we’ll talk about a pastor in Texas who had an idea. Pastor Pete preaches that marriage is God’s design for couples and living together before you’re married is out of bounds. So he challenged several couples to unite in holy matrimony at a free wedding. You’ll hear about the service and then you get to respond on Chris Fabry Live.
Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live, one hour of spiritual encouragement from his backyard radio fence. The program challenges listeners to think biblically about their spiritual journeys. Chris is also the author of the Christy Award-winning novel Dogwood, June Bug, ECPA Christian Book Award-winner (Fiction) Almost Heaven, Not in the Heart and Borders of the Heart. He and his family live near Tucson, Ariz.
Chris Fabry Live is designed to build up the spiritual immune system of the Christian man and woman. As you walk through the journey of faith called the Christian life, you meet new people, learn new things, laugh, cry and, most importantly, grow in your understanding of God. With his sense of humor, sense of people and no sense of direction, host Chris Fabry treks that journey with you each weekday. Current events and issues, caller interaction, special guests and a few surprises all complement each other on this program. Chris Fabry Live challenges and encourages listeners in their journeys of faith.