Saturday Programming

Time Program Personality/Contact
12 AM–6 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite) Various
6:00 AM Watchman on the Wall (Southwest Radio Church) Noah Hutchins
6:30 AM Turning Point Weekend Dr. David Jeremiah
7:00 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite)  Various
8:00 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite)  Various
8:30 AM Knowing God in the Word Nathan C. Johnson,
9:00 AM Understanding the Times Jan Markell
10:00 AM Heartland Church Pastor Dave Olson
11:00 AM What in the World is God Doing
11:30 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite)  Various
Noon Walking In The Light (St. Paul Lutheran Church) Pastor Mark Baldwin
12:30 PM Born To Win Ronald Dart
1:00 PM Don Thompson Music and Memories Don Thompson
2:00 PM The Word On Praise (Satellite) Various
3:00 PM The Word On Praise (Satellite) Various
4:00 PM The Word On Praise (Satellite)  Various
5:00 PM – 12:00 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite) Various


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