Do you feel like you’re underwater and gasping for air? Do you feel the ache of failure and the haunting doubt that says things will never get better? If so, join us for Tuesday’s Chris Fabry Live. You need to hear the music and the message of Jody McBrayer. He’ll tell his story and share the struggle of the past few years. He believes there’s a purpose and a plan for your life. Keep breathing is the song and if you need some encouragement, don’t miss an encore presentation of Chris Fabry Live.
Zach believes if you’re walking the same old, dead-end road day after day, there’s a better life. Zach’s gonna sing on Chris Fabry Live. He reveals the truth that, if you’ve got pain—there’s a pain taker. If you’ve got chains, there’s a chain breaker who wants to show you that better way. The better road. Zach Williams joins us in the studio on Chris Fabry Live.
He began his radio ministry in 1943 when he was nine years old. His voice comforted and guided young listeners for decades. Friday we honor the life and legacy of Charlie VanderMeer, who passed away in February. What memory do you have of this man with a heart for children? You’ll also hear part of a conversation we had a few years ago as we present, “Remembering Uncle Charlie.” Don’t miss Friday’s Chris Fabry Live.
Dozens of wealthy parents have been indicted for trying to get their kids into the best schools. In some cases, they paid millions to pave the way for a top ranked education. On Chris Fabry Live, we’ll talk about the pressure that leads parents to make these kinds of decisions. While their actions might shock us, are we making some of the same mistakes on a different level? Parenting pressure on Chris Fabry Live.
If you ever pinned a towel around your neck and jumped off the edge of the couch and pretended you were soaring, that you were faster than a speeding bullet, listen to Wednesday's Chris Fabry Live. Bill Delvaux says the surprising path to true manhood is in understanding the desire to be a hero. And “silence” is part of the heroic equation. Men, don’t miss the program.
What’s right down the road from you? Last week on Chris Fabry Live, a caller told her story about a fractured relationship. Her dad left, ran away, was estranged for decades. Then he came back. Moved right down the road. And Carolyn had to make the hard decision to forgive. Is there something right down the road from you that God has been showing you, a place He’s nudging you—working on your heart?
You’ve heard the old saying about standing in a garage doesn’t make you a car anymore than standing in a church makes you a Christian, right? On Chris Fabry Live, we’ll talk about the “unsaved Christian.” That may sound oxymoronic—but a study shows 80% of adults polled believed in God but only 56% believed in the God described in the Bible. Join us for The Unsaved Christian, on Chris Fabry Live.
Some of our favorite Chris Fabry Live conversations through the years have been with older believers. Men and women who have lived a lot of years. And we’re returning to a friend named Fran we met at the Radio Backyard Fence. She’s turning 100. She’s had some setbacks lately. Maybe we can encourage her. Maybe she will encourage us. Don’t miss Fran at 100 on Friday.
Kids who push back! That’s our topic on Chris Fabry Live. Arlene Pellicane penned a manifesto for parents—and part of it reads: I will not stop, shut up, back down, or waver in the face of opposition, discouragement, or pushback from my kids. How are your children pushing back today? Encouragement for you to stay strong is coming up on Chris Fabry Live.
When spiritual leaders wound you, you begin a journey toward wholeness and health that can seem like it will never end. Meet a pastor who was wounded and has spent many years in the process of not just putting the past behind, but dealing with it redemptively. If you’ve been wounded by a spiritual leader or leaders at a church, don’t miss Chris Fabry Live.
Jolina Petersheim and her family have been through some pretty big struggles recently—and she writes stories to process a lot of those losses. Her latest is a modern retelling of Ruth set in a cranberry farm in a Mennonite community in Wisconsin. How the Light Gets In—don’t miss the conversation.
Shauna Letellier examines some people whose hope bucket had a hole in it. They’d run completely out. And then they met Jesus. But instead of having everything they’d ever wanted, they were disappointed. They didn’t anticipate the depth of hope He wanted to give. Join us Monday for some encouragement and new perspective on your struggle.
Hear some good news from a person who walked away from something she loved and she had to mourn that loss, that decision. Then, years later, she returned to that very thing. Has that ever happened to you? Are you living this scenario? Share your story of When God Called You Back 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 men 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.