Reformed Christian Radio
Looking for a conservative Christian station to listen to? The typical Christian station today plays Christian Contemporary Music, or as they say in the industry, “CCM.” That style is fine for many people and we don’t judge it, but here at Redeemer Broadcasting we bring you a calmer and more thoughtful sound.
Our goal is to avoid the hype and commercialism so prevalent in today’s so-called “positive” sounding Christian radio. Our format is not going to win us any top 40 ratings, but what you will find here is a music philosophy which unapologetically includes the sacred hymns of the church, as well as some classical works, instrumentals, some softer contemporary pieces and even some quality southern gospel pieces.
The teaching ministry of the station is very important to
us, and we have about 50/50 music and teaching mix, depending on the time of
the day. The teaching is consistent with the Historic Christian faith, and the well known creeds and confessions of the church.
We are unique, and yet we respect others who have a different approach.
We are a Reformed Christian Radio network. In fact we like to say "Evangelically Reformed." At the core of our beliefs are the great creeds and catechisms of the Protestant Reformation. We believe that God alone saves sinners. We don't save ourselves by exercising our "free will," as the Arminian ultimately asserts. The sinner must sincerely chose Christ (from man's perspective), and yet when he does, he is simply carrying out God's predestined plan for him (God's perspective). Salvation is totally of God, and yet we are commanded to evangelize the lost. By so doing, we are carrying out the Great Commission, and have a wonderful assurance that God will lovingly bring the elect to Himself. In fact He will do this infallibly. It really is a great relief to know that the sinner's state is lovingly in the hands of God, and we don't have to feel guilt over not "doing a good enough job" in our evangelism. Rather, God will use the proximate means of our witnessing to sovereignly bring the sinner to Himself. Because He has enabled belief and given the gift of faith, we can have complete confidence that He will also keep the redeemed sinner safe till the end. That is, the saints will indeed perservere in the faith.
The biblical teaching of the covenant is very important to us. A helpful description of this is contained in the Westminster Confession of Faith: "Under the Gospel, when Christ, the substance, was exhibited, the ordinances in which this covenant is dispensed are the preaching of the Word, and the administration of the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper: which, though fewer in number, and administered with more simplicity, and less outward glory, yet, in them, it is held forth in more fullness, evidence, and spiritual efficacy, to all nations, both Jews and Gentiles; and is called the New Testament. There are not therefore two covenants of grace, differing in substance, but one and the same, under various dispensations."
We hope you enjoy the teachings and music on this station, and we welcome you to Redeemer Broadcasting! Please visit our contact page and let us know that you stopped by.