ABQ Connect is Albuquerque's live, local talk and call-in show. This weekday one-hour program airs Monday through Friday at 1:00 PM and is hosted by long-time radio veteran Peter Benson. With a variety of guests and topics, ABQ Connect continues to bring the Christian community together for challenging and uplifting discussion each day.
You're always welcome to call and participate in Albuquerque's Christian talk and call-in show at 338-5790.
|3/14/2017||Pat Williams challenges us to understand and act on God’s plan and purpose for our lives as we discuss his book The Success Intersection: What Happens When Your Talent Meets Your Passion. We also hear from Sylvia Tarro about the Irresistible Church Conference that is coming to Grace Church on Saturday, April 1.|
|3/13/2017||Kyle Idleman, pastor and author from Lexington, Kentucky, joins us as we discuss his book Grace is Greater, which gives us a deeper understanding of how much we need grace and how we can give it away to others. Plus, we hear about some legislature in the works that would force hospitals and doctors in New Mexico to perform abortions against their conscience.|
|3/10/2017||Not only do we have the time change this Sunday, but we are also in for an extremely warm start to our weekend as we spring forward. Our garden guy, Rick Hobson, tells us what to plant and when to plant it. Call in to the show with your gardening questions and you could win lunch from Tomato Café and a color bowl from Jericho Nursery. Call 505.338.5790.|
|3/9/2017||March 9… Senator Bill Sharer and medical ethicist Greg Schedes join us today to talk about several bills that are making their way through New Mexico legislature this year, and they tell us how we can be engaged in these major issues. Plus, we get an update on the Rio Grande Arts and Crafts Festival—the largest in the state—taking place this weekend. And we send out a cheer for our UNM Lobos basketball team as they get set to take the court in Las Vegas.|
|3/8/2017||Fernando Ortega joins us today and gives us a glimpse of his upcoming project and shares a couple of songs that will be featured at the Friday night Steelbridge benefit concert. We also hear from Landoll Benally, Calvary Albuquerque missionary and pastor of Calvary Chapel Tohlakai, about the impact his church has on the community.|