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.
|3/7/2017||Mark Hitchcock, a pastor and apologist from Edmond, Oklahoma, has a good word for us today as we hear about his new book The Coming Apostasy, and discuss how many churches across America are falling away from wholesome teaching. Blaire Larson is sponsoring a Cancer Care seminar next month, and she tells us how it can benefit families across the state.|
|3/3/2017||It’s our monthly ABQ Marketplace today, featuring local business men and women in our community who love to serve you. Listen to get some great advice in the areas of investment, healthcare, senior living, the real-estate market, and more. And some of our guests will offer bargains to our ABQ Connect listeners. Plus, we’ll give away another 66 Diner weekend breakfast and tickets to see Fernando Ortega in concert.|
|3/2/2017||New Mexico director of the American Association of Medical Ethics has some major concerns about life issues in the legislature this session, and today we get an update on those concerns from the Roundhouse. Plus, we get an off-season taste of New Mexico State Fair food in advance of a national TV special on the show Food Paradise this Sunday. Terence Chatmon is in town for FCCI's SW Regional Conference, and we hear his heart for bringing Christ to the workplace.|
|3/1/2017||Calvary Albuquerque Missions director Cesar Loya joins us today and shares how we can pray and care for our global adventurers right now. Plus, Amy Peterson has some very direct thoughts about serving the Lord in the mission field and where that journey has to begin. We also check in with Jason Weber from the Christian Alliance for Orphans and he tells us about a new children’s book project that is creating quite a buzz. Clay Schroff from the Aspen Project shares about local foster care.|
|2/28/2017||In the past, we have discussed living clutter-free, having rich marriages, and being fervent in prayer with author Kathi Lipp, and today we delve into the seasons of life as we discuss Kathi's new project Overwhelmed, a book she wrote with Cheri Gregory. Plus, we hear all about the Steelbridge ministry as they bring Fernando Ortega to Calvary Albuquerque for a benefit concert on March 10. Details and tickets at mysteelbridge.org.|