Sunday Programming

NOTE: Iowa Cubs and Green Bay Packers games will preempt our Sunday afternoon programming.

Time Program Personality/Host
12 AM–5 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite) Various
5:00 AM Through the Bible Weekend J. Vernon McGee
5:45 AM Information Iowa Kate Garner
6:00 AM Born To Win Ronald Dart
6:30 AM Until He Comes Dr. James Christensen
7:00 AM Key to Life Pastor Ron Vanderhart
7:30 AM Cornerstone Family Church Pastor Dan Berry
8:00 AM Until He Comes Dr. James Christensen
8:30 AM Call to Worship Pastor Bernie Timmerman
9:00 AM Countdown to the Final Hour – PSDA
9:30 AM Southtown Baptist Church Pastor Pat Nath
10:00 AM Walking in the Light – St Paul Lutheran Church Pastor Mark Baldwin
10:30 AM Plainly the Truth Pastor Tom Carlson
11:00 AM Financial Safari Eric Peterson
12 PM Quincy Bioscience  
1:00 PM Unlocking the Bible Weekend Pastor Colin Smith
1:30 PM Grace to You Pastor John McArthur
2:00 PM Real Life Radio Pastor Leo Giovinetti
2:30 PM Satellite Various
3:00 PM Gaither Homecoming Radio Show Bill Gaither, Tori Taff, Kevin Williams & Phil Brower
4:00 PM Your Hope Today Joshua Burke
4:30 PM Insight for Living Weekend Chuck Swindoll
5:00 PM Love Worth Finding Adrian Rogers
5:30 PM Call to Worship Pastor Bernie Timmerman
6:00 PM Through the Bible Weekend J. Vernon McGee
6:30 PM Information Iowa (Replay) Kate Garner
7:00 PM Understanding the Times Jan Markell
8 PM–12 AM The Word On Praise (Satellite) Various

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