By: Katie Burke June 29, 2018

Help families embrace every moment of summer with these 4 Super Summer Ideas from Focus on the Family!

  1. Air & Listen to Radio Theatre
    Give listeners quality, classic stories with award-winning production value. If you don’t already air Radio Theatre, now is a great time to start!  The Voyage of the Dawn Treader begins the weekend of July 14 on the weekly half-hour broadcast from Focus on the Family.  In this nine-week series, listeners will be transported once again to Narnia where Edmund, Lucy and their cousin Eustace join King Caspian’s noble voyage to find his missing lords.  Come along as they discover uncharted lands with dragons, wizards and truths as only C.S. Lewis’ imagination can reveal.  For questions/clearance, contact
  2. Send Families on a Truth Mission
    Help answer the summer boredom woes with a free adventure kit. If you haven’t already connected your listeners to this fun activity, what are you waiting for? In Agents of Truth, kids will embark on a series of missions that will help them have a ready defense for difficult questions about their faith. Get the web banner and link to promote this resource.
  3. Challenge Millennials with Help from Boundless
    As heard on the weekly radio broadcast, it’s not too late to send college kids on summer break on an intentional seven-week challenge.  With help from Boundless, you’ll get the opportunity to connect with millennials (and their parents!) by promoting the #BoundlessChallenge2K18 (as seen on Instagram).  Don’t miss the chance to connect the young adults in your audience with a community of like-minded people who are serious about growing in their faith and preparing for marriage and family!  Direct listeners to for the details.
  4. Get Ready for Popular Guests in July
    Get your listeners ready for a content-rich month in July!  Each day you’re partnering with Focus to bring much-needed topics to help families thrive.  Guests coming up in July include listener favorites like Pastor Ted Cunningham, Bible teacher Ray Vander Laan, parenting experts Bill and Pam Farrel, marriage counselor Dr. David Clarke, and comedian Ken Davis!  Check out the scripted promos to help talk up the upcoming broadcasts.

Let us know what a “super summer” looks like at your station — use the “chime in” section below!


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