Radio that entertains, encourages and edifies …
Broken Road Radio is an old, familiar flavor of radio, much closer to what you may remember listening to on the radio if you tuned in during the 60's, except we're grownups now. Here you'll enjoy the music of the 50's, 60's and 70's, both sacred and popular. We play newer music, too, but we're downright picky about it. We throw in an occasional mental meander now and then just to see if you're paying attention, and we're not shy about offering a little encouragement and inspiration, either. We're not here to teach. We're here to listen and learn right along with you. We're about depth, not dogma. This is radio for grownups. We're glad you found us!
A wise man named Paul once wrote: "You were all called to travel on the same road and in the same direction, so stay together, both outwardly and inwardly. You have one Master, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who rules over all, works through all, and is present in all. Everything you are and think and do is permeated with Oneness." It is a Broken Road we traverse together. If you look, you can just make out the glow on the horizon ahead. Onward ...
Would you play Petula Clark? I'm thinking My Love, or Don't Sleep In the Subway. Please and thank you
Sure thing! ...
Have a lovely day
See ya'! ...be well. Be good.
Nice to hear Farrell and Farrell. Haven't heard their music in years... Life Saver
This morning's conversation with Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times on biblical context and how it pertains to legal precedence and Senate hearings(!) ... is now available as a podcast for download and sharing. Here is the link: http://brokenroadradio.com/?p=5647
Thanks, BRR, for the wonderful evening jazz!
You are so welcome. Thanks for tuning in!
I thank God for your mix of music. It is an oasis.
You bless us.
Thankful Thursday has arrived and, turns out, it's filled with music. No surprise, but this is just what we hoped for. David will be here doing news in his inimitable fashion and Gisle Sorli, our resident Norwegian, joins us next hour. I'm here to keep the train on the track, field your thoughts and comments in the chat window and reliably search the archives for your song requests. It's good to be here, knowing that you are here, too. Thanks so much for tuning in! Onward toward the Light folks ...
Ziad's new "arm". Humans are simply amazing: http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/soda-bottle-arm-brings-a-little-boy-back-to-life/ar-BByyyqW
All about Peanuts: http://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/2120/Formerly-Abused-Dog-Saves-3-Year-Old-Girl-She-Finds-Naked-And-Shivering-In-A-Ditch
Relatively quiet morning?
Nice morning. Enjoying them music and the company. Gisle was fun this morning.
Quiet here in the chat window ...
Missed most of this morning's show. Still under the weather. Trying to catch up with naps, I guess. Still not out of it. But having the music available here is therapeutic
We need to get you feeling better. Prayers and herbal tea, we think.
Appreciate the thoughts and prayers.
How does one "mosey"? I'vew always wondered
To "mosey" is to proceed at a casual pace. It's what we do, mostly.
Thank you. As I recall, it is not strictly an East Dakota gait. Or mindset...
Anyone can learn to mosey. It is highly recommended.
Would you play a song for me? Problem is, there are too many favorites. Would you just select a song for me? I'll trust your judgement. Something encouraging (not that your music is not encouraging )
We will, most certainly. You'll have to guess which one, though ...
I thought so. Thanks. Continued prayers appreciated. Another appointment with the retina specialist today. He wants to redo a test with questionable results. Just hoping the last one was a fluke.
We'll have you in our thoughts and prayers.
Guest_641 Bonners Ferry, US
Coming up on Broken Road Radio …
While we understand that most folks listen for the music, you'll want know that our 8:00 (Central) hour weekday mornings often contains conversations with some articulate folks with special knowledge to share with you. Not sermons. Not preachy stuff. Not churchy, either. Typically, these last for 30 minutes or so, then it's back to music. If you don't mind going a bit deeper into the things that matter, listen for these special people ...
• Dr. Don Clark, a biochemist and board Vice Chairman with Creation Moments, joins us each Tuesday morning during our 8:00 hour Central. You'll enjoy a true scientist's perspective on faith and you can join the discussion in the chat window above. Creation vs. evolution? Science vs. faith? Will the war ever end? Listen in as we lob a few shells over the ramparts.
• Doug Greenwold, Senior Teaching Fellow at Preserving Bible Times visits just after 8:00 Central each Wednesday morning to guide us through the historical and cultural context of Scripture.
• Gisle Sorli, our resident Norwegian and Family Wealth Counselor, visits Thursday mornings just after 8:00 when we discover together just how broad a meaning has the term "stewardship".
• "Groundwork" with Pastor Dave Bast is heard Thursday evenings at 8:00 (Central) on Broken Road Radio ...earnest but casual conversations examining the application of Scripture to everyday life in answer to serious questions posed by listeners. Not at all "preachy". Good stuff!
Tune in for our live Morning Show from 7 - 10am Central each weekday ...but you can listen all day, every day for music you'll remember, music that inspires, makes you smile and even teaches. These are melodies that please, lyrics you can understand and artists that won't yell at you. We invite you to visit our Podcast page to hear and download past conversations with Doug Greenwold, Dr. Don Clark, Gisle Sorli and many others ...and thanks for finding Broken Road Radio!