Family Life Communications Announces New Leadership

TUCSON, AZ (Jan. 2, 2019) — On November 1, 2018, Evan Carlson was appointed by the board of directors as the 3rd generation president and chief operating officer of Family Life Communications, the parent ministry of Family Life Radio and Intentional Living.

Carlson takes over for his father, Dr. Randy Carlson, who is moving into the role of chief executive officer. “As chairman and CEO,” Carlson said, “I will focus on growing theIntentional Living ministry and sharing this powerful life-changing message of hope, peace and freedom with even more people – on-air and in person.”

Evan Carlson most recently served the ministry as executive vice president and brings a passion for Christ, years of ministry leadership, education, a vision for the future, and a love for people to his new role. “This is a strategic time for our ministry,” he said. “As technology evolves, itprovides us the opportunity to bring Gods Word to life for countless numbers of individualsaround the globe.”

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