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.
|5/16/2016||Today we learn how our possessions play a part in fulfilling our purpose as we talk with Joshua Becker about his new book The More of Less. We also hear about several neighborhood programs that bring a variety of life skills to every section of our city with the help of Community Link ABQ|
|5/13/2016||Today Dr. Mark Stengler shares his vast knowledge of natural remedies as we discuss the third edition of his book Prescription for Natural Cures. We learn some techniques for weight loss that lasts with Dr. Dominic Stape from Natural Life Acupuncture and Wellness. We also hear about several farmers' markets around New Mexico that are opening for the season.|
|5/12/2016||As Israel celebrates its sixty-eighth Independence Day, we visit with author and minister Tom Doyle who shares some of his experiences from his recent trip to the Middle East. We also hear from prophecy expert Gary Frazier about what’s happening in Israel today as we discuss his new book Miracle of Israel.|
|5/11/2016||Are you interested in going on a mission trip to Jordan? We tell you all about the upcoming trip with Calvary Albuquerque Missions and Reload Love. Henry Varela from CYFD shares some of the new opportunities to serve families and children in our state through pulltogether.org and the new openness that the agency hopes to achieve for New Mexicans.|
|5/10/2016||Today we talk with Larry Alex Taunton, a Christian apologist from Fixed Point Foundation, about his book The Faith of Christopher Hitchens. We also learn about the Albuquerque Museum's coming exhibit celebrating the art, history, and popular culture of Route 66, the iconic Mother Road.|