What's Going On? KNLS.ORG, World Christian Broadcasting Alaska... http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on.html Tue, 22 Aug 2017 09:11:32 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Eclipse Fever http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1302-eclipse-fever.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1302-eclipse-fever.html English: “What’s Going On?” August 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


Eclipse Fever

Hotel rooms in and around Nashville are already booked. And traffic is expected to be heavy around sites expected to provide the best viewing of this once-in-a-lifetime event. On August 21st—many people in the U.S. will be able to witness a total eclipse of the sun. You may be among the numerous international travelers who will be in the U.S. to share the experience. Numerous Nashville tourist attractions will host watch parties; some will have experts available to answer questions.

Total solar eclipses occur somewhere on Earth about every 18 months. But they occur much less frequently over populated areas. The path of totality is about 70 miles/110 kilometers wide. The path of the 2017 eclipse stretches from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. The path of totality will be right over Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville is the most-heavily populated city in the path. The headquarters of World Christian Broadcasting is just south of Nashville, and our location will experience 99.9 per cent totality. Skies will turn dark and the temperature will drop for about two minutes—starting at about 1:27 p.m. Central Daylight Time. (18:27 UTC). Anyone who wants bragging rights of having experienced 100 per cent totality needs to be at least 10 miles/16 kilometers north of our Franklin, Tennessee headquarters. (The house where I grew up in East Nashville is in the path of 100 per cent totality.) And if skies are overcast—then preparations to view the eclipse may be pointless.

It is crucial to wear proper eye protection when viewing the eclipse. And we urge all eclipse watchers to research the specifics of proper protection. Your New Life Station will have preview reports by Kelly Ann Monahan on August 17th and on August 21st. The August 21st report includes warnings about taking proper precautions if you choose to look at the eclipse.

Just as the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980 is history’s most-studied volcanic eruption because it occurred in the U.S.—the 2017 total eclipse may be the most-studied because it will occur over the U.S.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Daylight Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. But music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In July, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Clean Bandit featuring Marina & the Diamonds, Olly Murs & Louisa Johnson, and Rudimental featuring James Arthur.

Souder & Friends

Larry Souder tells Your New Life Station listeners about fascinating people with stories of fun and faith. In August, Larry takes us to the Chapel of Peace, which was built by a businessman who was always on the job during traditional times of Sunday church services.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

In August, Bob reviews, for family friendliness, the movies War for the Planet of the Apes, and Dunkirk, and the pop song “Praying” by Kesha, as well as the album Evolve by Imagine Dragons.

Upcoming Reports for August 2017:

  • In addition to her reports about the August 21st eclipse, Kelly Ann reports about DART—an experiment to divert an asteroid from its path—thus providing protection against asteroids headed toward Earth.
  • Kelly Ann also reports on research to determine a possible connection between shingles and heart disease.
  • This year’s Star Wars movie will have a new director. Marcy Bryan reports about the choice of Ron Howard.
  • Marcy also reports about a new jet that may reduce the cost of private plane travel.
  • He’s of Christian music’s superstars. And he suffered the loss of a child in a tragic accident. Steven Curtis Chapman is interviewed by Paul Ladd.
  • Paul also takes listeners to a bit of aboriginal Australia in Nashville, USA.
  • Attending church may help you live longer. Doug Poling reports the results of a study.
  • Doug also reports on the raid of a church in mainland China.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Bible Archaeology-Proofs from the Earth with Bill Humble
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • Jim Daly commentary
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Living with Conflict with Greg Taylor
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Profiles of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • Today’s News & the Good News with Doug Poling
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder
  • You Might Be Too Busy If… with Paul Ladd and Gary Holloway

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Tue, 01 Aug 2017 06:00:00 +0000
Byron Pitts-ABC News http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1301-byron-pitts-abc-news.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1301-byron-pitts-abc-news.html English: “What’s Going On?” July 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


Byron Pitts-ABC News

There are three kinds of people. Those who will succeed no matter what. Those who will fail no matter what. And those who will succeed or fail—depending on who helps them.

Those were the words of the grandmother of Byron Pitts—who has succeeded as a news anchor and reporter for ABC News. He puts himself in the third category as one who succeeded because of the support of his family. He’s written a book titled Be the One in which he encourages readers to be the one who helps someone else succeed.

Byron speaks with Paul Ladd in a three-part interview that will be broadcast on Your New Life Station July 14, 21, and 28.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Daylight Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. But music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In July, English Hour listeners will hear new music from David Guetta featuring Justin Bieber and Imagine Dragons.

Souder & Friends

Larry Souder tells Your New Life Station listeners about fascinating people with stories of fun and faith. In July—Larry introduces us to a recovered alcohol and drug addict.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

In July, Bob reviews, for family friendliness, the movies Megan Leavey, Cars 3, Transfomers, the Last Knight, and the pop song “Bad Liar” by Selena Gomez, as well as the albums After Laughter by Paramore and Witness by Katy Perry.

Upcoming Reports for July 2017:

  • In addition to his interview with Byron Pitts of ABC News, Paul Ladd also concludes his interviews with Lauren Green of Fox News and long-time country music artist Bill Anderson.
  • Russia is colluding with North Korea to start a ferry service between the two countries. Marcy Bryan reports.
  • You can have your ashes--or those of someone you’d like to send out of this world--put aboard a spacecraft. Marcy Bryan reports about that, too.
  • And Marcy also remembers actor Adam West of TV Batman fame, and southern rock artist Greg Allman.
  • Dermot Cole reports about an unusually high number of bear attacks in Alaska—one involving a high-school student competing in a cross-country race.
  • Dermot also reports the possible effects of Trump administration policies on oil exploration in Alaska.
  • Does the U.S. have the capability to shoot down missiles launched from overseas? Kelly Ann Monahan reports.
  • Kelly Ann also reports about research that could lead to the development of a flying car.
  • Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haran has released some of its school girl captives. But what about ones who were not released? Doug Poling reports.
  • If you’re born today in the U.S., you can expect to live to age 101. Doug Poling has the results of a study.
  • Doug also reports about the discovery of the hottest-known planet in the universe.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Bible Archaeology-Proofs from the Earth with Bill Humble
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • Jim Daly commentary
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Living with Conflict with Greg Taylor
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Profiles of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • Today’s News & the Good News with Doug Poling
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder
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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Mon, 03 Jul 2017 06:00:00 +0000
From LA Law to Christian Movies http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1300-from-la-law-to-christian-movies.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1300-from-la-law-to-christian-movies.html English: “What’s Going On?” June 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


From LA Law to Christian Movies

He became one of Hollywood’s better-known actors when he played the part of attorney Arnold Becker in the network TV series LA Law. Corbin Bernsen was nominated for a Global Globe and Primetime Emmy Award for his role. He’s been seen in numerous TV and movie roles since then. And he’s now concentrating on Christian-themed movies. He sat down for an interview with Paul Ladd as part of Your New Life Station’s First Person series. The interview can be heard in two parts—on June 21st and June 28th.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Daylight Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. But music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In April, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Camila Cabello, Haim, Harry Styles, Hiam, Jonas Blue featuring William Singe, Judah & the Lion, Julia Brennan, Miley Cyrus, and Selena Gomez.

Souder & Friends

Larry Souder tells Your New Life Station listeners about fascinating people with stories of fun and faith. It’s a replica of Noah’s Ark located in the U.S. Larry Souder takes listeners to The Ark Encounter on Souder & Friends on the June 8th broadcast. On June 15th, he takes us to Discovery Park America, a big-city theme park located in a cornfield near a small American town.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

In April, Bob reviews, for family friendliness, the movies Everything Everything and Pirates of the Caribbean-Dead Men Tell No Tales and the pop songs “Thunder” by Imagine Dragons, “Malibu” by Miley Cyrus, and “I Want You Back” by Haim.

Upcoming Reports for June 2017:

  • You can have your ashes--or those of someone you’d like to send out of this world--put aboard a spacecraft. Marcy Bryan reports.
  • Marcy also reports on the 2017 Billboard Music Awards and its tribute to Cher.
  • And Marcy remembers Roger Moore, who played James Bond in more movies than any other actor, and Roger Ailes, the founder of Fox News.
  • And Kelly Ann reports on a possible breakthrough in the treatment of sepsis—commonly known as blood poisoning.
  • It’s a bit of seashore set aside as a beach for the disabled. Kelly Ann Monahan reports.
  • Kelly Ann also reports about the latest advances in the treatment of Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS) and about the successful return of a space plane.
  • Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haran has released some of its school girl captives. But what about ones who were not released? Doug Poling reports.
  • How many Americans believe in God? Doug reports about that, too.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Bible Archaeology-Proofs from the Earth with Bill Humble
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • Jim Daly commentary
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Living with Conflict with Greg Taylor
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Profiles of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Promises with Bob Borquez
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • Today’s News & the Good News with Doug Poling
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder
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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Wed, 31 May 2017 06:00:00 +0000
The Case for Christ http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1299-the-case-for-christ.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1299-the-case-for-christ.html English: “What’s Going On?” March 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


The Case for Christ

Lee Strobel was an atheist. His wife became a Christian, and he was not happy about it. Concerned that his wife’s church of choice is a cult, he set out to disprove her new-found faith. In the process, he turned from being a skeptic to becoming a Christian. He tells the story of his journey of faith to Paul Ladd. Lee’s story is the subject of the new movie The Case for Christ—currently in many theatres. His conversation with Paul will be aired on Your New Life Station on Wednesday, May 3rd, and Sunday, May 7th.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Daylight Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. But music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In April, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Anne-Marie, Cheat Codes featuring Demi Lovato, Halsey, Harry Styles (formerly of One Direction), Machine Gun Kelly featuring Haile Steinfeld, and Zayn Malik (formerly of One Direction).

Souder & Friends

Larry Souder tells Your New Life Station listeners about fascinating people with stories of fun and faith. If you like juicy hamburgers and good conversation—you’ll love Farrell’s Restaurant in Cadiz, Kentucky. Larry Souder takes us there on Souder & Friends. He also introduces us to a gentlemen who restores old pianos.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

In April, Bob reviews, for family friendliness, the movie The Promise.

Upcoming Reports for May 2017:

  • Are you more likely to have a heart attack if you have gray hair? Kelly Ann Monahan reports the results of a study.
  • Medical scientists are growing replacement tissue for human hearts from spinach! Kelly Ann reports on that, too.
  • And Kelly Ann reports on a possible breakthrough in the treatment of sepsis—commonly known as blood poisoning.
  • And she reports on the successor to the Hubble Telescope—the incredibly advanced Webb Telescope—soon to take its place in outer space.
  • Your pet can receive the royal treatment at international airports. All it takes is money. Marcy Bryan reports.
  • They’re called “grocerants”—hybrids of grocery stores and restaurants. Marcy reports about the success of this type of food service.
  • And Marcy reports about China’s efforts to overtake the U.S. in research and development.
  • This American was shot twice while protecting a group of immigrants from India. What did a group of Indian Americans do for the hero? Doug Poling reports.
  • Doug also reports on an Apple Computer employee’s mobile laundry for the homeless in Santa Cruz, California.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Bible Archaeology-Proofs from the Earth with Bill Humble
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • Jim Daly commentary
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Living with Conflict with Greg Taylor
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Profiles of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Promises with Bob Borquez
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • Today’s News & the Good News with Doug Poling
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder
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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Thu, 04 May 2017 06:00:00 +0000
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English: “What’s Going On?” March 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


Reasonable Disagreement

Spring is arriving here in the Northern Hemisphere. Fall is arriving for those of you in the Southern Hemisphere.

The headquarters of World Christian Broadcasting, the parent organization for KNLS-Alaska and Madagascar World Voice—is located in Nashville, in the southeastern region of North America.

During most of January and February, virtually the entire eastern U.S. experienced weather that was much warmer than the 100-year average. Many days this winter—I haven’t been sure whether to wear long or short sleeves.

Do the data prove that Planet Earth is getting warmer? And is there a particular side of the issue that reflects a Christian worldview?

When one reads the Bible, the reader will find that the Bible is silent with regard to 21st Century global climate. And reasonable people will disagree about the ways Christian principles apply to the issue.

From time to time, program segments on KNLS and MWV will address climate change and other issues that call for a response from the scientific or political communities. And the people who address the issues will not always agree with each other.

We provide different ideas so you can decide for yourself about debatable issues. The views you hear expressed on our broadcasts may or may not reflect those of World Christian Broadcasting managers and board members.

Frequency Changes

Broadcast frequencies will change on Sunday, March 26 for both KNLS and Madagascar World Voice. Listen for changes toward the end of the month or consult this website.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Daylight Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can also use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. But music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In March, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Imagine Dragons, James Arthur, Katy Perry featuring Skip Marley, Kelly Clarkson, Noah Cyrus (sister of Miley) featuring Labrinth, and the Vamps.

Souder & Friends

Larry Souder tells Your New Life Station listeners about fascinating people with stories of fun and faith. He’s built an underground solar house. In March, we meet Adam Turtle, who calls himself a Beatnik. And Souder & Friends will feature a powerful segment about Nashville’s Inner City ministry.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

In March, Bob reviews, for family friendliness, the movies The Great Wall and the Oscar-nominated Lion.

Upcoming Reports for March 2017:

  • China is trying to promote tourism. What basic facility must boosters address before tourists raise a stink? Marcy Bryan reports.
  • Marcy also reports about the discovery of additional Dead Sea Scrolls, and she recounts this year’s Oscar and Grammy winners.
  • Additional data show that breakfast is a meal you should not skip. Kelly Ann Monahan reports.
  • Kelly Ann also reports about genetically-modified apples that don’t brown and about new, fatter crash test dummies.
  • A man’s two cars were heavily damaged when two separate trees fell on them at separate times on the same day. Why does he consider himself the luckiest man alive? Doug Poling reports on Today’s News & the Good News.
  • Doug also reports on a new study that shows anxiety may just worry us to death.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Author’s Journal with Dick Brackett
  • Believers’ Hall of Faith with Bill Young
  • Bible Archaeology-Proofs from the Earth with Bill Humble
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Living with Conflict with Greg Taylor
  • Profiles of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Promises with Bob Borquez
  • Questions that Deserve Answers with Larry Souder
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • Today’s News & the Good News with Doug Poling
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Wed, 01 Mar 2017 06:00:00 +0000
Mary and Joseph as Marriage Counselors? http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1297-mary-and-joseph-as-marriage-counselors-.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1297-mary-and-joseph-as-marriage-counselors-.html function get_style1297 () { return "none"; } function end1297_ () { document.getElementById('uxu1297').style.display = get_style1297(); }

English: “What’s Going On?” February 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


Mary and Joseph as Marriage Counselors?

The mother and earthly father of Jesus probably never intended to have careers as marriage counsellors. But authors Robert and Pamela Crosby say Mary and Joseph became just that—not that they set up an office practice—but that they led by example. The Crosbys point out Bible passages about the parents of Jesus—perhaps overlooked in terms of marriage advice—that show the ways their marriage worked. The authors share their observations with Paul Ladd. The interview will run on Your New Life Station on Sunday, February 12, and Monday, February 20.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Daylight Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can also use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. But music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In January, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Alessia Cara, One Republic, Starley, and the Veronicas.

Souder & Friends

Larry Souders tells Your New Life Station listeners about fascinating people with stories of fun and faith. February will feature classic S & F segments that lean toward the fun side of S & F including kazoos, a car show, the human bottle opener, and the heartwarming story of people who are not handicapped, but handi-capable.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

Upcoming Reports for February 2017:

If you’re a pilot and looking for work—you might want to spend some time in Alaska. Dermot Cole reports on The Last Frontier’s pilot shortage and the increasing use of drones to compensate for the shortage.

Alaska is a land of volcanoes. Dermot also reports about the eruption of the Aleutian volcano Bogoslav.

FM radio is going out of style in Norway. Kelly Ann Monahan reports about the new digital technology that’s replacing analog FM.

Kelly Ann also reports about a new super flash drive (which is super expensive) and the recent recognition of a previously-unrecognized organ in the human body.

U2 will perform, for the first time, at the Bonnaroo music festival in Manchester, Tennessee, USA. Marcy Bryan has details about the iconic rock group’s 2017 world tour.

Marcy also examines the Biblical roots of the Syrian civil war and the war’s effect on individual families.

The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) is using more assertive methods in its efforts to locate intelligent beings outside our planet. Should we be worried? Doug Poling reports on Today’s News & the Good News.

Doug also reports about an ebola vaccine that works.

Bob Waliszewski reviews, for family friendliness, the movie A Dog’s Purpose and the Vessels album by 21 Pilots.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Author’s Journal with Dick Brackett
  • Believers’ Hall of Faith with Bill Young
  • Bible Archaeology-Proofs from the Earth with Bill Humble
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Eye on Religion-Archaeology emphasis with Marcy Bryan
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Profiles of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Promises with Bob Borquez
  • Questions that Deserve Answers with Larry Souder
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Thu, 02 Feb 2017 06:00:00 +0000
William F. Buckley, Jr.-Conservative Intellectual http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1296-william-f-buckley-jr-conservative-intellectual.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1296-william-f-buckley-jr-conservative-intellectual.html function get_style1296 () { return "none"; } function end1296_ () { document.getElementById('uxu1296').style.display = get_style1296(); }

English: “What’s Going On?” January 2017

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


William F. Buckley, Jr.-Conservative Intellectual

One man pushed a little old lady in front of a bus. Another pushed her out of the way of the bus. It can truthfully be said that both men pushed a little old lady. Yet, one man did evil. The other did good. This is the way conservative intellectual William F. Buckley, Jr. illustrated the fallacy of the idea of “moral equivalence” between the work of the KGB and the CIA.

Some call Buckley “the godfather of American conservatism.” Buckley, who died in 2008, is remembered by Fox News correspondent James Rosen, who authored a book of Buckley’s remembrances titled A Torch Kept Lit. Buckley kept company with the likes of Ronald Reagan, Winston Churchill, Elvis Presley, John Lennon, and Martin Luther King, Jr.  Rosen is interviewed by Paul Ladd in a two-part series. The series will run on Your New Life Station on January 2 and January 9.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Standard Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can also use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Lately, music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In January, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Alan Walker featuring Noonie Bao, Daya, Louis Tomlinson (formerly of One Direction) and Steve Aoiki, Lukas Graham, Rihanna, Robin Schultz and David Guetta, and Sia,

Souder & Friends

Can we trust the Bible’s account of the creation of the world? The founders of The Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky believe we can. And they share it with anyone who cares to drop in. Larry Souder takes Your New Life Station’s listeners on a tour on the January 5th edition of Souder & Friends.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

Upcoming Reports for January 2017:

  • A number of celebrities in entertainment and world affairs died in late 2016. Marcy Bryan remembers Fidel Castro, and actors Florence Henderson and Robert Vaughn.
  • Marcy also reports on the unwitting role of the rock group Nickelback in the transport of newly-arrested prisoners.
  • Is material wealth good for your health? Kelly Ann Monahan report on the latest study.
  • Kelly Ann also reports on a food service offered by Amazon, Google’s new photo scanning app, and Facebook’s efforts to eliminate fake news from its website. Will Alaska get a new gas pipeline? Dermot Cole reports.
  • Dermot also reports on the way global climate change is affecting Alaska.
  • If you’ve engaged in incidents of road rage—you may be able to blame your parents! Doug Poling reports the findings of a study on Today’s News & the Good News.
  • Doug also reports about an elderly man who was not satisfied just to tend to his own knitting.
  • Bob Waliszewski reviews, for family friendliness, the songs “Better Man” by Little Big Man and “I Don’t Want to Live Forever” by Zayn and Taylor Swift, and Bruno Mars’s 24 Karat Magic album.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Author’s Journal with Dick Brackett
  • Believers’ Hall of Faith with Bill Young
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Eye on Religion-Archaeology emphasis with Marcy Bryan
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Proflies of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Promises with Bob Borquez
  • Questions that Deserve Answers with Larry Souder
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Fri, 30 Dec 2016 06:00:00 +0000
It’s Beginning to Sound at Least a Little Like Christmas http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1295-its-beginning-to-sound-at-least-a-little-like-christmas.html http://www.knls.org/whats-going-on/1295-its-beginning-to-sound-at-least-a-little-like-christmas.html function get_style1295 () { return "none"; } function end1295_ () { document.getElementById('uxu1295').style.display = get_style1295(); }

English: “What’s Going On?” December 2016

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


It’s Beginning to Sound at Least a Little Like Christmas

In Russia—it’s celebrated on January 7. Countries that follow Christian Orthodox traditions are guided by the older Julian calendar.

In the West, most countries, including the USA, celebrate Christmas on December 25th. And Your New Life Station’s English Hour follows the Western calendar.

Christmas, as long as anyone can remember, has been a mixture of faith and fun. The origins of these traditions are too varied and numerous to cover in this space.

For the 2016 Christmas holiday season, Your New Life Station will carry the best mix of faith (remembering the birth of Jesus Christ) and fun (Santa Claus and gift giving) in our music and feature stories—along with the everyday music and features listeners are accustomed to throughout the year.

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will have all Christmas music. The week before Christmas will feature our Advent series of songs during Profiles in Christian Music. And our God’s Money series, which runs on Mondays, will deal with money management during the holiday shopping season. And yes, Santa Claus will make an appearance or two during the month of December on Your New Life Station.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can also use this website www.worldchristian.org or our listener website, www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Lately, music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In December, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Adele, Clean Bandit, Galantis, Jonas Blue, Train, and the Veronicas. And you’ll hear new versions of holiday season favorites from The Pentatonix and Sarah McLachlan.

Souder & Friends

Larry Souder’s offerings for the Christmas holiday season include “Santa’s Workshop,” “Christmas Tree Lady”, and “Christmas Memories”—as well as “New Year’s Walk of Life.”

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

Upcoming Reports for December 2016:

  • Nashville, Tennessee and Government Camp, Oregon, USA, are among the best places to be if you want to see a total eclipse of the sun in August. Kelly Ann Monahan reports.
  • Kelly Ann also reports on the latest research on anti-cholesterol meds, and a new device to allow paralyzed ALS patients to communicate.
  • Does James Bond really represent British Secret Service agents? Marcy Bryan reports.
  • Marcy also reports about the Water Seer, new technology that plucks liquid water out of the air and requires no electric power.
  • Bumblebees are necessary for pollination of food crops. Are they in danger of extinction? Dermot Cole reports.
  • Dermot also reports on efforts to stop poaching of walruses for their ivory.
  • What is the future of radio? Paul Ladd reports from the convention of the National Association of Broadcasters in the U.S.
  • Paul also reports on the 2016 activities of the shoe charity Soles for Souls. You may be surprised by the people who need shoes.
  • Bob Waliszewski reviews, for family friendliness, the movies Moana and Rules Don’t Apply, and Bon Jovi’s new album This House Is Not for Sale.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Author’s Journal with Dick Brackett
  • Believers’ Hall of Faith with Bill Young
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Eye on Religion-Archaeology emphasis with Marcy Bryan
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Proflies of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Fri, 02 Dec 2016 06:00:00 +0000
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English: “What’s Going On?” November 2016

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


Can a Christian Succeed in a Highly Visible Career?

They’ve both been successful in their broadcasting careers. Megan Alexander is national correspondent for the long-running TV show Inside Edition. Eric Boling is co-host of the Fox News show The Five. Both are Christians who’ve been successful in highly-visible careers. They’ve worked with colleagues that are not always friendly to Christians and Christian values. Both Megan and Eric speak with Paul Ladd about the ways a Christian can succeed in the workplace. While these interviews don’t address the active physical persecution Christians suffer in some parts of the world—they do offer insight into ways a Christian can win over co-workers and others who are indifferent or unfriendly. And they offer valuable insights for those concerned about the cost of being or becoming a Christian.

Paul’s three-part interview with Eric Boling will run on three consecutive Mondays, starting November 14. The three-part interview with Megan Alexander will be part of our First Person series. It will run on three consecutive Wednesdays starting November 30.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Time (CDT) is five hours behind. When some parts of the world return to standard time for the winter, Eastern Standard Time (EST) is five hours behind UTC, and Central Standard Time (CST) is six hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can also use this website www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Lately, music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In November, English Hour listeners will hear new music from 21 Pilots, Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Daya, and John Legend.

Souder & Friends

It may bring a smile or it may bring a tear. Award-winning videographer Larry Souder continues his radio series of fascinating people and interesting places. One of the fascinating people is our own Dick Brackett. Dick, who’s played Bozo the Clown on TV and who is one of Santa’s helpers at Christmas time. In one Texas shopping mall this November and December, many people—especially children-- will mistake him for Santa Claus!  His role as Santa will be the subject of Souder & Friends during the holiday season.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

Upcoming Reports for November 2016:

  • Have scientists discovered the way to slow down or even stop aging? Doug Poling reports on the latest breakthrough on Today’s News & the Good News.
  • Look good or go home! Doug also reports on a Los Angeles night club that only admits people the gatekeepers consider attractive.
  • It’s the missing Zodiac sign! Now there are 13! If you follow your horoscope—Kelly Ann Monahan reports you may have been following the wrong sign. She has the latest findings by NASA astronomers.
  • Morning sickness may be a good thing for pregnant women and their babies. Kelly Ann also reports the latest findings about that.
  • Sesame Street has reached TV in Afghanistan. Marcy Bryan reports.
  • Marcy also remembers Israeli statesman Shimon Peres—who died recently.
  • Bob Waliszewski reviews, for family friendliness, the movies Deepwater Horizon, I’m Not Ashamed, the pop music song “Cold Water” by Major Lazer, and the albums Illuminate by Shawn Mendes and Oh My by One Republic.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Author’s Journal with Dick Brackett
  • Believers’ Hall of Faith with Bill Young
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Eye on Religion-Archaeology emphasis with Marcy Bryan
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Proflies of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Fri, 28 Oct 2016 06:00:00 +0000
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English: “What’s Going On?” October 2016

From Rob Scobey, Senior Producer for International English


Hillbilly Elegy

He proudly embraces the label “hillbilly.” And he says elements of the culture found in America’s small towns and rural areas are not unlike those found in the impoverished neighborhoods of inner cities around the world. Author J.D. Vance made his way out of a small, working class industrial town in Ohio to earn a law degree from Yale. He credits his grandmother and his service in the U.S. Marines with setting him on the right path. In his book, Hillbilly Elegy, Vance discusses ways that its relatively privileged readers can help America’s forgotten poor. He shares his thoughts with Paul Ladd and Your New Life Station’s listeners. The interviews will run on consecutive Mondays, October 10th and 17th.

The Pacific Rim and Southwest Asia

The Pacific Rim, the Indian subcontinent and southwest Asia provide the reasons Your New Life Station broadcasts the International English Hour. The Pacific Rim is that part of the Eastern Hemisphere that encompasses the English-prevalent countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally—English is widely spoken in Indonesia. And English is the official language of government and commerce in the southwest Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Your New Life Station’s broadcast schedule makes use of Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), a 24-hour system also known as Greenwich Mean Time. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is four hours behind UTC; Central Time (CDT) is five hours behind. Outside the U.S.—most locations are on standard time all year rather than daylight time. Karachi is five hours ahead of UTC. Mumbai and New Delhi are five-and-a-half hours ahead.  Manila, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lampur are eight hours ahead. And Tokyo is nine hours ahead of UTC.

You can also use this website www.knls.org to hear the English Hour if you’re not into shortwave radio. You can also access the broadcast through the KNLS app on your mobile device or through Google or Safari.

The English Hour is the Asian continent’s source for the music of our time and the message of all time. While we work to provide a geographical balance in the topics we feature, news about the USA is of great interest to many listeners around the world. The English Hour does tell stories about life in the United States and the state of Alaska, where the KNLS transmitter is located. Two of the programs are titled The American Highway and Postcard from Alaska. They often include a discussion of “American” principles—principles rooted in Christianity that are universally understood and applied. And our Eye on the World stories often show the interdependence of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

Since our target audience is mostly non-Christians, our content is different from a typical Christian format station in America. While we provide our share of positive, uplifting content, some of our programming also provides an honest look at the dark side of life on Earth. Indeed, some program segments may raise questions that a thoughtful truth seeker will ask. And other segments, such as the Bible or Christian lifestyle lessons, serve to answer those questions.

Music to Love

Music is a universal language. Probably 80 per cent of the world’s pop tunes are sung in English, and are enjoyed by people everywhere, many who are themselves not proficient in English. The English hour features your favorite songs of the 80’s, 90’s, and today. International pop charts show that your favorite music is also the favorite of people who are culturally diverse—whether in Nairobi, Sydney, Singapore, or Jakarta.

The songs are pop, rock, r & b, and occasional hip-hop and country music that crosses over to the pop charts. The English Hour generally features music by artists from the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Lately, music artists from all over Europe have found their names on or near the top of international pop charts.

In August, English Hour listeners will hear new music from Calvin Harris, James Arthur, Leon, Meghan Trainor featuring Yo Gotti, Mike Perry featuring Shy Martin, Sia featuring Kendrick Lamar, and Shawn Mendes.

Souder & Friends

It may bring a smile or it may bring a tear. Award-winning videographer Larry Souder continues his radio series of fascinating people and interesting places. One of the fascinating people is our own Dick Brackett. Dick, who’s played Bozo the Clown on TV, will be the subject of Souder & Friends in October. And Larry will take Your New Life Station’s listeners to a musical stage play based on the life of Holocaust survivor Corrie Ten Boom.

News to Know

The English hour features reports about topics of current interest. Marcy Bryan reports about entertainment, business, and religious news. Kelly Ann Monahan has the latest developments in medicine, science, and computer technology. Paul Ladd provides special reports about diverse topics, religious and secular. Doug Poling provides commentary on the news from a Christian perspective on Today’s News & the Good News. And Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family provides Plugged-in reviews of the latest movies, music, and computer games.

Upcoming Reports for October 2016:

  • “Get in the boat now! This is NOT Uber!” Marcy Bryan reports on rescues of Louisiana flood victims by the Cajun Navy--a quickly-formed group of volunteers.
  • Honeybees may yet survive. Marcy also reports that beehives are now being allowed in major cities. And these hives are mostly unaffected by the mystery plague that’s affecting rural hives.
  • Marcy also reports about the persecution of Christians in Cuba and North Korea. And she remembers golfing legend Arnold Palmer.
  • Is global warming for real? Kelly Ann presents the latest numbers from NASA.
  • Speaking of NASA—Kelly Ann reports on a year-long experiment in Hawaii to simulate conditions astronauts will face on Mars.
  • Kelly Ann also reports on the latest studies about hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer as well as the latest findings about the way melanoma skin cancer spreads.
  • It was not a typical bachelorette party. What was different and who got the benefits? Doug Poling reports on Today’s News & the Good News.
  • Doug also reports the latest in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
  • Paul Ladd interviews an actress and a producer involved in two faith-based movies. You’ll remember the actress if you saw Fireproof.
  • And Paul interviews the grandson of the founder of Nathan’s Famous hot dogs.
  • Bob Waliszewski reviews, for family friendliness, the movies Sully and Storks,  the pop music song “Perfect Illusion” by Lady Gaga, and the Tyler Perry TV show Too Close to Home on TLC.

A Message to Live

This is what we’re about and why we’re on the air and on the internet. Our mission is to present the lessons of the Bible, including and emphasizing the Good News in an interesting, non-threatening way.

Ongoing Series

  • Andy Baker’s Prayer Lesson
  • Author’s Journal with Dick Brackett
  • Believers’ Hall of Faith with Bill Young
  • Creation Moments with Ian Taylor
  • Direction with Rubel Shelly
  • Eye on Religion-Archaeology emphasis with Marcy Bryan
  • Family Minute with Brit Ryan
  • First Person with Paul Ladd
  • God’s Money with Steve Maganelles and Don White
  • Groundwire with Sean Dunn
  • I Love Life with Jerry Dahmen
  • Life Stories with Joe Norris
  • Profiles of the New Testament with Bob Borquez
  • Proflies of the Old Testament with Royce Kessler
  • Refiner’s Fire with Paul Ladd
  • The Big Picture with Steve Diggs
  • The God Who Makes Himself Known with Bill Young
  • True Stories of the Bible with Bill Steensland
  • Unforgettable Conversations with Larry Souder

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khtan@worldchristian.org (KNLS) What's Going On? Fri, 30 Sep 2016 06:00:00 +0000