Home RECENT RADIO SHOWS Christmas at the Billy Graham Library: From Christmas 2017

Christmas at the Billy Graham Library: From Christmas 2017

From our archive this week, a show from from Christmas 2017. Stu and guest Jim Kirkland talk about experiencing Christmas at the Billy Graham library.

Stu Epperson, Jr
Stu Epperson, Jrhttp://www.truthnetwork.com/
Stu Epperson, Jr. is founder and president of The Truth Network, with radio stations across North Carolina, central Iowa, and Salt Lake City. Truth Network also develops and syndicates programs on over 300 affiliates nationwide. In his spare time Stu hosts Truth Talk Weekend, his own nationally syndicated show.
- Advertisment -

Recent Posts

Discover The Wisdom Found In The Psalms

We live in a time when unlimited information is at our fingertips. Generally, no encyclopedia collections or trips to the library needed! But sometimes...

10.26.20 He Went from He to She and Back to He

The Line of Fire Radio Broadcast for 10/26/20.

Life Chooing Stories And Leadership into Discipling

Pregnancy Network's Mary Hollomon and Dr. Rickardo Bodden's Book Leadership In The Age of Narcissism

His Gift and Our Gifts, Part 1

Becoming a People of Grace: An Exposition of Ephesians

STS Study: His Gift and Our Gifts

Becoming a People of Grace: An Exposition of Ephesians

2020 Elections: What’s At Stake?

Victoria Cobb on Family Policy Matters

Letting God’s Light Shine Through Your Marriage

Based on their book "See-Through Marriage," Ryan and Selena Frederick discuss the value of a husband and wife pursuing complete transparency, and how this,...

Carolina Journal Radio No. 910: Questions surround key COVID-19 data points

Debate about the COVID-19 pandemic has featured plenty of data involving case numbers, deaths, and hospitalizations. Dig into the details, and you learn that...

How To Read The Psalms (Week 2) on Discover the Word

The book of Psalms is an intentionally organized testimony of a faithful God who hears all who cry out to Him in praise or...
%d bloggers like this: