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.
|7/25/2016||Terence Chatmon from FCCI's Atlanta office shares about how the gospel is spreading in marketplaces across the globe. Dr. Gregory Jantz from A Place of Hope gives us some guidelines on dealing with the stressors of life. Danny Whatley from the Rock at Noonday helps us understand the unique challenges our cityís homeless population faces during the summer months.|
|7/22/2016||Rick Hobson from Jericho Nursery teaches us what to do with our plants during these extremely hot summer days, and answers questions about gardening, landscaping, and more as we take your calls.|
|7/21/2016||Today we talk with Ken Costa from gotatwork.org.uk about his brand new book Know Your Why. Larissa Lusko tells us about Discover, her new project that helps women in our community discover their purpose; this series of seminars begins in August, and you can find out more at womendiscover.com|
|7/20/2016||Today we meet Doug Keen, a Calvary Albuquerque missionary to Hastings, England, and he tells us about the work he and his family are doing to share the gospel on the southern coast of England. Plus, we take a look at a new Rose Publishing pamphlet that addresses the historic symbols that have represented Christianity through the ages, and Bryan from Parchments Bookstore tells us about the many summer reading options they are currently featuring.|
|7/19/2016||Biologist and author Douglas Axe is doing some groundbreaking research in protein characteristics. As we discuss his new book Undeniable, he tells us how Godís design is evident in the most minute of all organisms. Plus, Heather Briganti shares about the New Mexico Tourism Department's state park contest, and a pastor from Baton Rouge brings us some stories of the hope that has emerged from the chaos in his city.|