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.
|11/2/2016||Today ABQ Connect broadcasts live from Faith@Work, a monthly gathering of hundreds of business people at the Crown Plaza Hotel ballroom. We hear from Kingdom Advisors Brian Cochran and Jenny Migdal, Dale Coffing from the Navigators, and Rob Thomas from the New Mexico Dream Center. Monique Jacobson from CYFD's Pull Together Initiative shares the need for believers to pull together to help children who are in harmís way across the state.|
|11/1/2016||What does true liberty look like? Author, filmmaker, and entrepreneur John Bona tracks the foundations of liberty in America in his documentaries Monumental and Unstoppable, and today we discuss his new book The Liberty Book. Plus, we talk about the Alzheimerís Association Caregiver Conference that will take place this Saturday.|
|10/31/2016||Eric Christensen and Dr. Robert Dean join us today to talk about the end times and the tribulation. You can find out more about this fascinating subject at the Hoffmantown Church's Eschatology Seminar coming up this weekend. Plus, Greg Hallstrom challenges us to use our gifts in the community.|
|10/28/2016||Dr. Tony Evans joins us today to talk about how we can serve God in these troubling times as we discuss his new project Kingdom Citizens. Plus, we hear from worship leader and songwriter Phil Wickham about how the Lord used a difficult season with his voice to give him a new love for praise. We also hear from Elaine Ramos from Ramos Real Estate about the attentive care she shows her clients.|
|10/27/2016||Today we broadcast live from the Stand Down event at the Rock at Noonday. Stand Down is an annual event put together by the New Mexico Veteranís Integration Center and brings homeless veterans help and hope through groups like New Mexico Legal Aid, Women Veterans of New Mexico, Community Outreach Court assistance and more. We look at the full impact that this event has on the community today on ABQ Connect.|