On Chris Fabry Live, Lessons from the Life of Charlie Gard. If you've been following this heartbreaking medical situation in the UK, you know Charlie's parents have decided against pursuing further treatment. There are many medical and ethical issues surrounding Charlie's situation—and we'll talk with guests who view his struggle from different vantage points. And we want to hear from you as well, Tuesday on Chris Fabry Live.
When fear of the past leaks through to the present. Author and speaker Jan Silvious will talk about how to deal with the triggers of the past and how to choose courage over fear. Don't miss the conversation on the next Chris Fabry Live.
After the release of Christopher Nolan's new film, Dunkirk, Chris will ask listeners to tell their "Dunkirk" story. We'll hear a story from a listener whose life was saved by someone concerned about him. Then he invites listeners to get involved.
A hard question for our correspondent to the blended family, Ron Deal. How do you handle the hard questions—such as, when you’ve been abused or abandoned in a step-family? Don’t miss Ron Deal's response on Chris Fabry Live.
Friday it’s the return of the Two Rydelniks! We’ll be joined by Dr. Michael Rydelnik and his life-long biblical sidekick, who also teaches at Moody Bible Institute, Eva Rydelnik. Have a question about the Bible? Have a Christian life conundrum you’re going through? Listen for answers on Chris Fabry Live.
It’s a Feel-Good Friday! Have you seen the baseball card surprise one wife gave her husband? We promise to make you laugh and cry to end the week, on the next Chris Fabry Live.
Sometimes others can see God at work in you better than you can. Thursday on Chris Fabry Live, we will hear stories about the change God makes on the inside.
A Christian leader says he’s for same sex marriage, then retreats. That situation shows pastors, leaders and all believers need to have a theology of sexuality, but how do you remain firm but loving when communicating biblical truth? Don’t miss Thursday’s Chris Fabry Live.
There is a battle going on every day for the souls of children. In recent years the plight of trafficked boys and girls has come across the radar of the church. On Chris Fabry Live, we’ll talk with one of the Generals in the war. Mary Frances Bowley says, “When we correct the factors that keep children at risk, we can make a difference in the lives of those children and the adults they’ll grow up to be.” Hear an update and some good news.
What’s the greatest temptation for widows? Don’t miss a conversation with our correspondent to unwanted change, Miriam Neff, on Chris Fabry Live.
He had it all. Houses. Boats. A plane. But Dean was restless. On Chris Fabry Live, the CEO of Halftime Institute, Dean Niewolny will join us to talk about how to move from just making money to making a difference.
Mike Klamecki and his wife went the theater to watch a movie—but what happened in the audience was more dramatic than what was on the screen. Don’t miss this pastor’s story, on Chris Fabry Live.
Jesus revealed something to the Woman at the Well that he didn't to others. Why? Why did he choose to tell her he was the Messiah? The people he healed, those who were fed, why did he choose them? We'll explore this theological mystery on Monday's Chris Fabry Live.
Jack Capen was successful in business, but his heart was turned toward ministry, toward being a pastor. Are you ever too old to go a different direction? Join us for Monday’s Chris Fabry Live.
The statistics are hard to hear. 72% of African American kids and 53% of Latino children are being born out of wedlock. The expected experience of childhood is to live without the presence of your natural father. So how do you deal with today’s fatherless generation? And how can the church be part of the answer? Don’t miss Friday’s Chris Fabry Live.
This time last year Troy was behind bars in Louisiana. You’ll hear what God and a few good men did in his life—on Friday’s Chris Fabry Live.
Keith Green. Rich Mullins. Twila Paris. Coming up Thursday on Chris Fabry Live—the man, the myth, the radio legend, Bill Davis of “Faith on Record” will join us with audio memories from the heyday of contemporary Christian music.
God wants to give you direction through prayer. Do you believe that? Kay Horner will join us to give some encouragement. If you’re searching for God and want to follow him, don’t miss Thursday’s Chris Fabry Live.
Do you have a favorite thing in your life? Have you ever gotten something just because you asked for it? Wednesday on Chris Fabry Live, Chris shares his silverware preference and asks "what have you asked for and what was the result?" Don't miss the encouraging conversation at the Radio Backyard Fence.
You’ve heard Chad Robichaux's story of his struggle with PTSD. Now, hear his wife Kathy’s side of that same story and how she prayed and didn’t give up on her marriage. Don’t miss the encouragement on the next Chris Fabry Live
Michelle Senters discusses with listeners the difficult needs of single motherhood and how God is in the midst of the difficulties.
Jesus said, “If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit.” What does that mean? Chris Fabry and Paco Amador discuss what “bear much fruit” actually looks like.
Shauna Letellier talks about ordinary people who exhibited an extraordinary belief in God.
Dr. Ray Pritchard returns for a conversation about book of James, Chapter 4.
Callers respond to news story from Indiana
Chris wrote a story about a pastoral predicament.
The musical troubadour of the soul, Michael Card is back to talk about Moses, the tablets, God’s covenant and you.
Jack Alexander and Chris Fabry help listeners find freedom from the fear of not having enough.
Dr. Rosalie DeRosset will tackle the topic of the way a television series can open our hearts and minds.
Rick Stedman talks about the clues all around us for God’s existence.