Joni and Friends Radio Program

Joni and Friends Radio:
Broadcasting the Hope of Jesus with You!


When at the age of 17, Joni Eareckson faced life in a wheelchair after a reckless diving accident, she could barely hold on to hope. But through the help of Christian friends, Joni found hope and faith in Christ. And that’s why now she wishes to share that same encouragement with you. Because whether you are sitting in a wheelchair, struggling with a broken marriage, stressing over school, or enjoying a life with very few setbacks, we all are in need of hope in Jesus Christ.

Since 1982, Joni Eareckson Tada has been sharing that very hope through her award-winning radio programs. We invite you to listen to today’s program on this webpage, where you can leave your thoughts for Joni and the team. And if you tune in to Joni’s messages on your local Christian radio station, don’t forget to jot the station manager a note of thanks. Thanks for listening!

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Not Winning, But Participating

The Special Olympics allow contestants with disabilities to experience the thrill of participating in various sporting events.

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Aging

Now that I’m over 65 years old, and feeling the aches and pains of older age ...

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First Response

  • July 30, 2015
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The apostle Paul does not dwell on his difficult circumstances, he rejoices that his sufferings are advancing the gospel.

Special Olympics

  • July 29, 2015
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Ken reveals how serving disabled athletes at the Special Olympics helped him overcome depression.

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Doug's Depression

  • Aug. 1, 2015
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My friend Doug recently told me about the time he had open heart surgery.

My God, My God

  • July 31, 2015
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Recently I was reading Tim Keller’s new book on prayer, and I was gripped by one paragraph. 

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