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Back Row Morning Show



Show Hosts

Radio Matt
Station Manager of LTN Radio and co-host of "The Back Row Morning Show", Matt originally started as "Back Row Baptist" online, sparking an entire ministry that culminated years later in "Back Row Radio" - now joined forces with Love Thy Nerd to form "LTN Radio". Matt is a third-generation radio station manager who has done pretty much every job in the radio industry. He is also active in the Celebrate Recovery ministry, celebrating over a decade of freedom from past addictions. Matt and his wife Deidra have 2 ornery boys and a baby girl.
Megan "Mo" Oaks
Co-host of "The Back Row Morning Show", Mo has been an active part of LTN Radio (formerly Back Row Radio) since its inception. Mo is currently working towards her teaching degree. She and her husband Chris have three amazing kids and too many pets to count.

Episodes

Back Row 400 | The Paqui One Chip Challenge 2021

It’s Radio Matt & Mo’s 400th Morning Show! They are celebrating by having a show devoted to their friends and listeners!

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.

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.

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.

Back Row 388 – 390 | Subway & Why We Struggle to Trust the Media

Radio Matt & Mo tackle the news media this week, beginning with the big piece on Subway that convinced everyone they use fake tuna meat, even though the article technically implies otherwise. They then discuss every big story of the past 5 years that turned out to be false, driving our trust in the media […]


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