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.
|8/25/2015||Ray Comfort joins us today to discuss the national impact of his new film, Audacity. We also hear from Marc Powell about aiding families of the incarcerated in our community through Wings International, and Ann Edenfield Sweet shares some of the incredible testimonies of the past twenty years of their ministry.|
|8/24/2015||We find out about the three-day New Mexico Black Expo, including a career fair on Thursday, an economic empowerment day on Friday, and Saturday's live event at Civic Plaza, featuring gospel, soul, and comedy. Plus, Gary Mahboub updates us on his orphan care ministry and the Orphan's Exchange Thrift Store that impacts children around the world.|
|8/21/2015||Mayor R.J. Berry joins us today to discuss the newsworthy items on the city agenda. Plus, the New Mexico Coalition of Charter School’s Kelly Callahan shares about the far-reaching impact that alternative schools make. Dr. Steven Collins also joins us to talk about Calvary Albuquerque's School of Ministry.|
|8/20/2015||Are you overwhelmed by your to-do list? Help is on the way from former Proverbs 31 director of communications, Glynnis Whitwer. And, we learn about the upcoming Real Conference at Hope Church. Plus, Larry Gallegos tells us about the tonight's Growers' Market, put on by Bernalillo County.|
|8/19/2015||We take a look at the ministry opportunities abounding across the globe as well as the people who are taking the gospel of Christ to those still in darkness. We also learn about the mission of Care Net Pregnancy Center of Albuquerque and how all four locations are participating in the annual Walk for Life on August 29. Plus, the Aspen Project is helping place at-risk children into homes in our community, and we find out how we can be involved.|