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.
|1/30/2017||Anne Graham Lotz joins us to discuss The Daniel Prayerand how it applies today. Plus, John Cortines was seeking his degree in finance from Harvard when God revealed true riches to him. John joins us to talk about God and Money. Plus we hear from Ken Boa and how God can use your broken story.|
|1/27/2017||The March for Life takes place in Washington D.V. today, and we have an eyewitness report from National Right to Life Director Carol Tobias on some of the exciting things going forward this year. We also bring these issues right back home as Care Net Pregnancy Center of Albuquerque deals with these life choices on a daily basis with our help and support. Plus, we gain new insight on how the gospel is on the move across the world today from 1615ís Matt Ellison and Kristean Alcocer with information on this Sunday eveningís Perspectives class in Rio Rancho.|
|1/26/2017||We open the phone lines today to hear what's on your heart from God's Word, as Dr. Nelson Walker answers your questions about faith, witnessing, and any doctrinal issue you may have. All callers will pick up their choice of apologetic books from a variety of great Christian thinkers and authors, so plan to call 505.338.5790 and participate in the broadcast.|
|1/25/2017||We hear how churches can be involved with partner churches in the statewide campaign to pray 24/7 called newmexicoprays.org. Then we turn our attention to education as we hear from APS school board District 3 candidate Ali Ennenga and an update from Calvary Preschool. And Clay and Michelle Schroff join us to discuss their work through Project Zoe and Aspen Project with kids in crisis.|
|1/24/2017||We hear from Mark Chavez about the difference Albuquerque area Firefighters are making since they started looking beyond the surface of the front-line service they provide to bring joy to families in need. Itís called Firefighters Random Acts, and itís our Mission New Mexico this month. Plus, Steve Ulibarri brings us up to date on how Steelbridge is doing homeless ministry a little differently this year.|