Faith Radio Welcomes Carmen LaBerge as the New Show Host of Connecting Faith

St. Paul, Minnesota – Dick Whitworth, General Manager of Faith Radio, is pleased to announce that effective March 5th, 2018 Carmen LaBerge will join the Faith Radio team as host of Connecting Faith.  Faith Radio listeners will hear Carmen weekday afternoons (12 – 1pm CDT) for meaningful discussions on topics that matter to followers of Christ. Faith Radio will make the show available through Amb-OS for others who want to carry it and Carmen’s daily one-minute program, ReconnectOne.

Carmen’s passion is helping people reconnect the eternal with the everyday, by equipping Christians to engage the culture in ways that honor Jesus. She is a writer, speaker, member of the board of the National Association of Evangelicals, and President of Reformation Press, formerly known as the Presbyterian Lay Committee. She is the author of Speak the Truth: Bring God back into the Conversationpublished in September 2017 by Regnery Faith.  She blogs regularly at ReconnectwithCarmen.com. Carmen describes her enthusiasm in two words, “Grace and anticipation.”  She said, “I receive the invitation to join the Faith Radio family as God’s grace. He alone could have orchestrated all this at just the right time. I am filled with joyful anticipation of how God chooses to use me in helping listeners in Connecting Faith with life every day.”

The current host of  Connecting Faith, and Director of Programming for Faith Radio, Neil Stavem, says, “To find a person of Carmen’s caliber and platform is a great benefit to our listeners and Faith Radio.  Her energy and expertise will take Connecting Faith to a new level of impact.”

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