Welcome to HopeStreamRadio

HopeStreamRadio is a Christian internet radio station that provides daily programming to English‑speaking Christians around the world to encourage them in their relationship with the Lord and inform them about the work God is doing around the world.

Listen anytime – HopeStreamRadio’s unique programming loops continually throughout the day.

FBH latest news with an update on HopeStreamRadio’s audience August-2016.pdf

Regular Weekly Programs

These are the programs you will hear on a particular day but they play in a random order.  It  also does not include daily features, announcements or music.

finding-peace-1309315-1279x850cropMONDAY

  • Faith and the Other Five Senses — Shannon Gianotti
  • From the Arab World — Charles
  • Evangelizing our World – Mike Donahue
  • Reflections — Lynda Lewis
  • Apologetics — Mark Stevenson from Emmaus Bible College
  • Journey Through James – Gary McBride
  • Daily Bible Reading
  • From God’s Perspective — Stephanie Nickel
  • Church Life — Assembly Hub
  • Wisdom for Fools – Shane Johnson
  • Biblical Eldership — BEResources

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  • Growing through God’s Word — Jan Cox
  • FEBC Today — Ed Cannon
  • The Lawyers Case for Christianity – Stephen Baker
  • Author Interview — Ron Hughes
  • Apologetics — Mark Stevenson from Emmaus Bible College
  • Missions Chat — Phil Barnes
  • Daily Bible Reading
  • God Changes Lives – FBH International
  • Heartfelt — Brenda Wood
  • Facing Your Fear – Don Salmans
  • The Pensive Mr. Howlett – James Howlett
  • Character in Leadership — David Town   or 
  • Life Under the Sun – Carol Ford

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  • The Faith Factor — Randy Bushey
  • From Latin America — Nathan Diaz
  • Revelations of the Heart — Tim Lunnon
  • Under Way — Leith Channen
  • Apologetics — Mark Stevenson from Emmaus Bible College
  • Making a Difference — Greg Reader
  • Daily Bible Reading
  • From God’s Perspective — Stephanie Nickel
  • Short Answers to Big Questions — Andy Bannister
  • Devotion in Motion — Grant Saxton
  • Munchies for the Mind – Ron Hughes and Crawford Paul

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  • Wow Living — Jodi Greenstreet
  • FEBC Today — Ed Cannon
  • Help and Hope — Ross Kearney
  • Reflections — Lynda Lewis
  • Apologetics — Mark Stevenson from Emmaus Bible College
  • Faith By Hearing – FBH International
  • Daily Bible Reading
  • God Changes Lives – FBH International
  • Heartfelt — Brenda Wood
  • Rebuilding Lives — New Life Prison Ministry
  • Not Me Lord – Bobby Junior
  • Biblical Eldership — BEResources

christ-up-closeFRIDAY

  • Viewpoint – Hannah Bacon
  • TWR Footsteps
  • Digging Deeper – Crawford Paul and Mike Dilione
  • Champions of Faith — Deborah Piggott
  • Apologetics — Mark Stevenson from Emmaus Bible College
  • Daily Bible Reading
  • Sunday Sermon Excerpt
  • From God’s Perspective — Stephanie Nickel
  • The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached — Nathan Diaz
  • Life Questions — Stephen Baker
  • Fit Tips — Kimberley Payne

SATURDAY

  • The Week in Review — Highlights from the week’s programming for our weekend audience

SUNDAY

  • Sunday Showcase — a mix of music and sermons and features
From the Blog
Good Works

Good Works Follow Saving Faith

Steph Nickel

The Bible tells us that we have been saved only by God’s amazing grace, but what does it  have to say about good works? Steph Nickel continues her series on Ephesians 2.

Stephanie is a freelance writer and a contributor to our Christian internet radio station, HopeStreamRadio. Contact us if you are a truth seeker and need some answers.

Saved by Faith

Isn’t it amazing that we can be saved by faith and not by the things that we do?  In today’s post, Steph Nickel focuses on  Ephesians 2, which tells us that by God’s mercy, grace, and love, we are saved by faith and not by our good works.

Stephanie is a freelance writer and a contributor to our Christian internet radio station, HopeStreamRadio. Contact us if you are a truth seeker and need some answers.