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 the MAD Christian Radio Show with host Kristen McNulty to hear the latest in Christian Rock and Hip-Hop, music news, contests, interviews and of course our Impact Devotional.

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Week of March 6, 2019
If you're navigating through a tough time right now, don't miss this episode of MAD. You'll hear songs to boost your faith and encouragement that God will bring you through.

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Something To Think About

"I'm running from things that can destroy my soul. I am much more terrified of living in a self-serving society and failing to follow Jesus than I am of any illness or tragedy." Katie Davis

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MAD Playlist

NF - Time
Matthew Parker - Good Memories
Dayseye - Victory
Switchfoot - Voices
Red - The Evening Hate

Latest Music News

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    Skillet Touring

    Skillet is on the road right now with Breaking Benjamin, Underoath and Fight The Fury. Tickets are on sale now on their website.

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    Study The Word With Disciple

    Disciple is hosting online Bible Studies through the forum on their website. Currently they are going through 2 John. Join in at disciplerocks.com.

  • Red

    Red Releases New Single

    Thanks to their fans help via a GoFundMe, Red has released a new song from the studio. It's called The Evening Hate and you can hear it this week on MAD.

Repenting of Racism

Repenting of Racism

This week there's been a lot of talk in the news about racism and the tendency some in the public eye have to value one race or people group over the other. It's an easy lie to buy into because having what we have and living where we live, we recognize we're blessed. But there is a huge difference between thanking God for our blessings and wearing our blessings as a badge of honor, boasting in our pride about just how great we think we are and acting superior to those who have less, thinking that some how makes them less than we are. In a nutshell, that's exactly what racism is: an attitude of superiority.