Radio - Special Programs

Where’s Christmas?

How did we lose touch with this incredible Christmas holiday we once celebrated as a nation? In this year’s Christmas special with Carter Conlon, his message from Psalm 22 calls us back to Christmas the way God intended it to be! To once again celebrate the joy of God’s love gift to us-and to never stop celebrating Christmas in our heart!

In God We Trust

“In God We Trust.”

This phrase first appeared on our 2 cent coins in 1864 and has been on paper money since 1957.

It was declared to be our national motto, but is this a motto that’s still on our hearts?

Pastor Carter Conlon asks just that in this special for National Day of Prayer, In God We Trust, which focuses on the truth that God holds all power in His hands. Pastor Carter shares:

“It’s never too late to cry out to God. It’s never too late to ask the Lord to turn back our enemies … because God is still for us.”

In a time where godlessness seems to be increasing as never before, Pastor Carter reminds listeners of the power that can come from just one praying person and encourages us to never give up our trust in our heavenly Savior.

This May 3rd, for National Day of Prayer, may we come back to God as a nation and declare that no matter what comes our way, “in Him we trust.”

The Hope of His Calling

It’s no doubt that now, more than ever, our nation is in need of hope. In view of all that’s been in the news recently-children held hostage in their own home, sexual misconduct, school shootings-it’s hard to fathom living in this world without the hope of Christ.

This Easter, Pastor Carter Conlon presents a brand-new radio special for Easter, “The Hope of His Calling”-a message filled with hope during a season of doubt and skepticism. Listeners will come away reminded that the victory of a resurrection life is not at all about us, but all about Him.

Pastor Carter encourages us to have faith and vision … for when we walk confidently believing in who God is, nothing can come in the way of all that He has destined us to be. He encourages us to pray: “Lord what would you have me do? What is your hope for my calling in this world? May this be your prayer, may it be your strength, may it be your future, may it be your all in all.”

Happy New Place

It’s not just a “Happy New Year” for 2018. Pastor Carter Conlon is suggesting we open our minds and hearts to a “Happy New Place” By opening ourselves to changes in the way we approach every-day life in tumultuous times, we can know, indeed it will be a happy New Year!