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March 23, 2017

The Weakness and Strength of Bill Sweeney

​Bill was given 3-5 years to live. The doctor’s confirmed he had ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Bill and his wife Mary talk about God’s faithfulness, the disappointments, and the incredible thing Bill has been empowered to do—20 years after his diagnosis.​

The Lost Sermons of Spurgeon

A trove of lost sermons from the late great Charles Spurgeon have been found. Dr. Christian George joins us to talk about this amazing discovery.

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March 22, 2017

What You Couldn't Do

​Have you ever been presented with an opportunity, maybe something you had hoped for, prayed for, and when it finally came about, you couldn’t do it. Chris has a story about a pack rat, a trap, and something he couldn’t do.​

Firing on All Cylinders

Stories of firing on all cylinders. Chris wants to know when you get so into a project that you were lost in that activity.

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March 21, 2017

Toxic-Free Tips: Reasons Not to Eat Healthy

It’s a toxic-talk as Chris welcomes back his toxic life coach, Andrea Fabry. She returns with ten reasons not to eat healthy. If it’s your goal to make healthier choices in your diet, you may have some nagging doubts.​

Joy in the Journey

That traveling troubadour of hesed, Michael Card returns. How do you remain faithful to what you were called to do?

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March 20, 2017

Christians in the Trump Era

In an era of anger and polarization, how can Christians live like Christians? That's the question Bible teacher, pastor and author, Chip Ingram will tackles. "How to be a Christian in the Trump era."

The Power of Being Boring

Daniel Darling says boring church services changed his life. Does everything in church have to be new and fresh and exciting to transform people's hearts?

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March 17, 2017

The Benefits of Counseling

How has counseling helped you? It's a question we asked last year and we had a lot of response. We often hear guests say, "I think you'd benefit from talking with a pastor, a counselor." Does it work? And what hard things have you heard from a counselor? Whether marriage, personal, or spiritual counseling, be encouraged by the stories on Friday.

Becket's Story

Becket Cook was a pro-gay, atheist production designer in Hollywood. Something happened that made him ask some hard questions. Don’t miss his story.

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March 16, 2017

God's Purpose of Marriage

Are you newly engaged? Have you picked the wedding date? Or are you just back from your honeymoon? No matter where you are in your marital journey, you won't want to miss pastor, author and teacher James Ford. He has a lot to say about the reason God gave us marriage.​

Keeping Love Alive

It's the love story of Ed and Rebecca. They met in 1976 and fell for each other but about 10 years ago something changed. The diagnosis finally came of Alzheimer's Disease. Hear about this hard but hope-filled journey.

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March 15, 2017

Help for the Grieving

You have a friend who is grieving. Quick—what do you say? What do you do? You’ve heard the stories of people saying the wrong thing. You don’t want to do that. But how do you reach out? Nancy Guthrie talks about what grieving people say helps and hurts.​

 

Freedom from Addiction

Is there hope for someone hooked on heroin? Jordan Rogers knows what that addiction feels like. Hear his story and find encouragement.

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March 14, 2017

Everlasting Is the Past

One of Chris' literary heroes is Walter Wangerin, Jr. He's written novels and short stories and non-fiction books that have stuck to the soul. Hear an encore presentation of a conversation about Walt's life and the things he reveals, particularly about his childhood, in a memoir. See if his struggles mirror what you've experienced.

On the Block

Doug Logan pastors in Camden, N.J., in a neighborhood where drug abuse, gang violence and extreme poverty are the norm. But God is changing stories on the block.

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March 13, 2017

The Benedict Option

The light of the Christian faith is flickering out all over the West. Rod Dreher calls on traditional Christians to learn from the example of St. Benedict of Nursia, a sixth-century monk who turned from the chaos and decadence of the collapsing Roman Empire, and found a new way to live out the faith in community. Find out more on Monday.

After the Boxes are Unpacked

More than 40 million Americans move each year—and studies show it's one of the heaviest strains on marriage. Susan Miller joins us in an encore presentation of stories and encouragement for those settling in a new place.

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March 10, 2017

Called to International Mission

You may know Roger Basick from hearing him for many years on Moody Radio. He shares his story of being called to the international mission field, the struggles and triumphs and what he's doing now.

The Future of the Global Church

Evangelical Christianity has had much impact over the past two centuries and there has been astonishing growth of Evangelicalism over the past half century. Yet there is still an unfinished task of world evangelization. Patrick Johnstone, author of Operation World, joins us for a challenging conversation about the history, trends and possibilities of the global church.

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March 09, 2017

Called Women

You've gone to Bible school or perhaps seminary. You've trained to take the truths of the Bible and apply them to your life and others. You're ready to serve God. There's only one problem: you're a woman. Dr. Pam MacRae comes alongside that younger or older woman to give help, hope and guidance.

The Lucky Few

What happens when life doesn't turn out like you planned? Mother of three adopted children—two with Down syndrome—Heather Avis learned that it's truly the lucky few that recognize God's plan is best, even when it is radically different from the plan we have ourselves. Hear her story on Thursday.

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March 08, 2017

The Case for Christ

The year was 1980. An award-winning reporter for the Chicago Tribune becomes the legal editor. But his success on the job is dampened by news that his wife has become a Christian—and the reporter is an atheist. The story of Lee Strobel is coming to a theater near you.

Called to Childlessness

If you don't line up with God's model for the family, whether by circumstances or choice, are you a failure? Karen Swallow Prior challenges this assumption and says God "sometimes calls us out of the standard mold and into a new one."

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March 07, 2017

Redeeming Eros

Author and professor Dr. Rosalie de Rosset talks about the redemption of the erotic. How can we help a new generation understand the connection between the spirit and eros?

Mercy Great Enough

Not much is said about men dealing with the guilt of abortion. Hear songs from singer and songwriter Steve Siler and a counselor who specializes in this area.

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March 06, 2017

Timeless Advice

Deirdre's dad said something to her when she was 16 that she never forgot. She had the option of going to a funeral or doing something she wanted to. It's a conversation about doing the right thing even when you don't feel like it.

Churches Helping Stepfamilies

We discuss how churches can come alongside the blended family and provide resources, hope and healing. Our correspondent to the blended family, Ron Deal, joins us.

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March 03, 2017

Let Them Fall In Love

She is the bestselling female gospel artist of all time. Ten Grammy Awards. Seven Stellar Awards. Born in Detroit, the 8th of 10 children. CeCe Winans joins us to talk about her new album, Let Them Fall In Love, and we'll hear music and walk through CeCe's life.

Ringtones

They're a part of our daily experience these days. Share your story about the ringtone that makes you smile.

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Chris Fabry

Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live®, two hours 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®

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.