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LTN Radio

LTN Radio is a 24/7, ad-Free, streaming station that features Christian music of every genre. On LTN Radio you'll hear hits, deep cuts, rarities, remixes, and many more tracks you'll never hear on mainstream Christian radio, including a lot of fresh indies.

Back Row 397 – 399 | The Scientific Case for Forgiveness

Radio Matt & Mo dive into the topic of forgiveness, its affect on our health, the different types, and how people are constantly changing.

Bible Thump | Jesus and Revenge Fantasies

Drew Dixon shares a message about why Jesus wasn’t about that revenge life while on Earth.

LTN Shorts | Week 47 | Naming Your Baby “Game Pass”

Our weekly re-cap of the exclusive Shorts aired on LTN Radio for the week of August 29th through September 5th. Listen live on LTNonair.com!

Back Row 394 – 396 | The Robots are Coming

This week, Radio Matt & Mo discuss our increasingly robotic world – from Roombas to Elon Musk’s Tesla bots – and how Christians should respond.

Bible Thump | Wealth Doesn’t Define us

Drew Dixon continues his series in Mark, this time focusing on wealth and what it says about us.

LTN Shorts | Week 46 | Small Choices, Big Changes

Our weekly re-cap of the exclusive Shorts aired on LTN Radio for the week of August 23rd through August 28th. Listen live on LTNonair.com!

Church Nerds 50 | Spoiler Alert

Sometimes we are so invested in our favorite movie, TV show or book that if someone spoiled a major plot point we might wish them great harm. Why?

LTN Radio | Week 45 | Tony Hawk Nostalgia

Our weekly re-cap of the Specials, Shorts, and Exclusives aired on LTN Radio for the week of August 16th through August 22nd. Listen live on LTNonair.com!

Church Nerds 49 | Nostalgic Cringe

Bubba and Anna chat about why the rating system even exists and how we can use it to our advantage this week on Church Nerds!

Back Row 391 – 393 | Reckless? Irresponsible? The Words We Use in Worship

Radio Matt & Mo spend a week on worship. First, they discuss using words like “reckless” and “irresponsible” in regards to God’s love, tackle some discussions around how we worship, and even discuss what qualifies as a worship song in the first place.