Somebody said “the radio reminds me of my home far away.”
When I’m listening to Joni Eareckson Tada on “Joni and Friends,” I’m reminded of my home far away . . . heaven, my eternal home.
This month marks the 35th year of Joni pointing listeners to their home far away through “Joni and Friends” radio (see press release). Through the sharing of scripture and sometimes, song, Joni brings the good news of Jesus to hurting people in her daily 4:00 feature. Her life and testimony as a woman changed by disability and saved by a relationship with Jesus offers a unique platform for inspiration.
“I’ve always considered our radio programs as an avenue God uses to speak strength, courage and comfort into the hearts of His children,” Joni reflects on this radio milestone.
A charter radio station partner airing the program from day one reflects,
“Joni and Friends is a welcome break from all the chaos in our culture. Her peaceful words bring comfort and assurances of God’s grace Joni, thank you for shining brightly for 35 years.” – Brad Bales, KNDR Station Manager, Bismarck, ND.
One of Joni’s greatest joys is to
“keep passing on the heart-pumping, faith-strengthening insights I’ve gleaned in the five decades I’ve lived as a quadriplegic,” It’s the purpose behind the Joni and Friends daily radio program. I love to pass on blessings!”
Join the 35th year anniversary celebration and pass on the blessings by adding “Joni and Friends” to your station line-up. Contact Lee Ann Jackson to start this week!
(Take a moment to watch the “Joni and Friends” 35th year video here and, share it socially with your listeners too!)