About The Show

Started in 2001, the MAD Christian Radio Show quickly spread from a show played on the local Christian radio station in Timmins to one that is aired across the globe.

Listen to hear the latest in Christian Rock and Hip-Hop, old favorites, music news, contests, interviews and of course our Impact Devotional.

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MAD On Demand

March 29, 2017
We'll listen to songs making their way up the chart from Matthew Parker, Family Force 5, The Afters and Thousand Foot Krutch. And in our MAD Challenge you'll find out how you can make a difference and speak up against persecution.


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Something To Think About

“The cross of Jesus says to us there is nothing God won't do to bring us home--except force us to choose him. The cross is God laying down his great power so we might be compelled by the beauty of his heart. He will not coerce us, but only woo us.” Jonathan Martin in How To Survive A Shipwreck

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MAD Playlist

TobyMac - Gone
Matthew Parker - Never Giving Up On You
Manafest - House of Cards
As We Ascend - Tell Me
KJ-52 - Best Day Ever (feat. Chris August & Talkbox)

Latest Music News

  • Skillet

    State Fair

    Skillet is going to be playing at the Colorado State Fair on September 2.

  • Disciple

    Long Live The Rebellion

    Disciple has announced they are heading out on the road with Rapture Ruckus and Children 18:3 later this year for the Long Live The Rebllion Tour 2017.

  • Thousand Foot Krutch

    New Live Album

    Thousand Foot Krutch has announced they will be releasing their second live album, Untraveled Roads, September 15.

Latest Devotional

Never Fall Away

If there's one thing that shakes me to the core it's the memory of those who I walked with side by side in faith, only to one day see them get carried away in sin or fall away completely from that very faith.

I wish I could say that I've never seen it happen, but I have and in every single case it didn't start overnight and there were a plethora of little warning signs. It was a slow fade at first that turned into a complete walking away in the end. Had each one of these individuals stopped themselves in the beginning I'm convinced they would have never walked away in the end.

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