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The Resurrected Body of Christ (24:55) 
Carter Conlon 
New for 2021

In this Easter special, Carter Conlon of Times Square Church suggests that in these tumultuous days the Lord is saying to us, “You are my church and you have been divided too long and I am calling you to the place where you start to recognize and appreciate one another and start to understand that none of us can do this alone. We need each other.” 

Carter makes a clarion call for unity among the Body of Christ. Though we’re all very different from each other, we’re all empowered by the same Spirit. If we remain divided we are not going to have the power to stand against the darkness of these times. We must pray!

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National Day of Prayer

“Are We Too Proud to Really Pray?” (24:55)
Carter Conlon
New for 2021

As never before in America’s history, it seems clear that a genuine “face to face” encounter with God is desperately needed — now. In this new special from Carter Conlon, he returns to the constant theme of his own ministry and the May 6 call to prayer.

However, that’s not prayer that is rote or “mechanical” but authentic petition with the God who created us.

From Isaiah 30, Carter recalls God’s word’s to a rebellious nation and reminds us that “only in returning to Me and resting in Me will you be saved” (verse 15).

A timely message with the hope of Hebrews 4:16 encouraging us to “come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and grace to help in time of need.”

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You Are Never Alone

“You Are Never Alone”
Max Lucado

With a “spot-on” message for these times when many are without community, Max Lucado reminds us of His unfailing presence.  Interacting with special guest New Life’s Steve Arterburn and others, Max encourages us to “trust in the miracle of God’s presence and power” using the Gospel of John as the foundation for that message.

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Patriot Day (9/11)

“Beyond 9/11: The Impact of Prayer” (28:00)
Carter Conlon
Original Release Date: Patriot Day 2014

In 2001, every eye was focused on Manhattan–and in the midst of the 9/11 tragedy, Times Square Church was at the ready, uniquely prepared to minister in the crisis.  Because they had prayed.  It’s a powerful and deeply moving remembrance of 9/11 … with the strongest of biblical foundations as the platform for impacting our culture then … and now.



Does Your Heart Have a Door?

New for Christmas 2020
Carter Conlon | Times Square Church
24:55 available on FTP and Amb-OS

Carter Conlon is joined by his daughter Kate Hughes in the studio, where they share some personal reflections and closely examine Luke Chapter 2, the miraculous story of Jesus’s birth. Joseph and Mary were met with cold hearts and a closed-door at the inn that night. Does your heart reflect the attitude of the innkeeper or is it reflective of Christ’s heart for His people? This Christmas season, Carter encourages your listeners to greet others with kindness and to remember that God could have easily shut the door to heaven in our faces, but being rich in mercy He sent His one and only Son to save us instead.

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“A Christmas Carol”

Originally Released 2008
Radio Theatre | Focus on the Family
3-part special for 2-hour block/1 hr. 39 min.

Charles Dickens was just 12 years old when he saw firsthand the devastating effects of child labor.  He never forgot those images.  In 1843 he wrote a pamphlet titled: “An Appeal to the People of England, on Behalf of the Poor Man’s Child.”  It became the story of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”  Focus on the Family brings to life the story of miserly Scrooge who in one momentous night is confronted by his own lack of compassion—and given the opportunity to change not only his life but others too!  It’s a message that defines the spirit of the season of Christ’s birth, of His loving compassion!

“Christmas Stories”

Originally Released 2018
Focus on the Family
1 hr. special with time for local spot avails

Focus on the Family is inviting your listeners to recall their own tales and traditions in their latest radio special simply called, “Christmas Stories.”  Jim Daly and John Fuller host favorite guests like Bill and Pam Farrell, Julie Barnhill and Phil and Kay Robertson about their favorite Christmas memories.  (And yes—they’ll hear about the Robertson’s recipe for cooked squirrel!).

“Adventures in Odyssey Christmas Marathon”

Focus on the Family

Timeless stories from your favorite characters in Odyssey!  Episodes for 2020 include:

  • Gifts for Madge and Guy
  • Peace on Earth
  • A Time for Christmas
  • A Lamb’s Tale
  • A Christmas Conundrum
  • Silent Night

“Christmas by Injunction & Shoemaker Martin” (Radio Theatre Classics)

Focus on the Family
28:00 each (Can be aired in 1-hour block)

Celebrate the joy of the season with this presentation of Christmas classics.  Focus on the Family Radio Theatre presents an adaptation of the story, “The Shoemaker’s Gift,” by Russian novelist Count Leo Tolstoy and “Christmas by Injunction” from O. Henry’s classic work.

“Because of Bethlehem”

Originally Released 2016
Max Lucado
28:00 special available via FTP

Max Lucado loves Christmas! Because somewhere, someone will ask the Christmas questions, and the answers Max shares are sure to give us all hope!  And in this special, Max, the master story-teller, tells stories from his childhood, his family, his life—stories to draw the listener to the Christ of Christmas … in a narrative drama whose characters will take you to the biblical scene: With Mary and Joseph as the innkeeper turns them away, in the temple court when Herod demands a search for the baby Jesus, as Simeon makes his way through the crowds of Jerusalem to see Jesus!  And the question: “Would you let Jesus love you?”

“One Perfect Life: Christmas Edition”

Originally Released 2014
John MacArthur
2 specials/25:00 each or combined for one 50:00 special, available via FTP

One Perfect Life by John MacArthur is the setting for the story of Jesus Christ in the very words of Scripture, blending all four Gospels in a harmonized life of Christ in two Christmas specials. Both fully dramatized narratives depict the persons characterized in the Gospel account. Each special is unique to itself and proclaims the Gospel message clearly through the birth and life of Christ.

Narrated and dramatized from the very words of Scripture and with descriptive commentary by John MacArthur we present:

“A Son is Given ” (25:00) … heralding the birth of John the Baptist and the astounding announcement from the angel Gabriel to Mary of the coming birth of Christ. It presents a picture of the precious time between Mary and Elizabeth, Mary’s Magnificat and Zacharias’ benediction, the worship and praise of the shepherds who journey to Bethlehem to proclaim the given Son. It is Christ coming to earth!

“Immanuel, God With Us” (25:00) … transports us to Bethlehem just after the birth of Christ to those days of Herod’s decree that all children two years of age are to be killed, of Jesus as a young boy teaching in the temple, of His baptism by John the Baptist signaling the beginning of His earthly ministry—culminating in His last hours on the Cross, His death, burial and resurrection as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

“From the Manger to the Cross” (50:00) … combines the two Christmas specials into one seamless dramatization of Christ’s coming to earth to His resurrection.

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New Year's Eve/Day

Searching for Old Truth in a New Year

New for New Year’s Eve/Day 2021
Carter Conlon | Times Square Church
24:55 available on FTP and Amb-OS

You’ve likely heard this saying from a parent, grandparent, or trusted mentor before, “there is nothing new under the sun.” Lo and behold, it’s true! Divine revelation speaks of this message in Ecclesiastes 1:9. In this special, Carter Conlon encourages your listeners to learn from the mistakes of those who’ve gone before us, like King Solomon. But thankfully we can cling to the promise that “if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation” (2 Corinthians 5:17). This a wonderful old truth that we need again in this New Year.

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