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The Joni and Friends Radio Program is a four-minute broadcast hosted by Joni Eareckson Tada. The inspirational program airs each weekday, sharing a biblical perspective on a wide range of topics.

Joni and Friends Radio Program

The Joni and Friends Radio Program is a four-minute broadcast hosted by Joni Eareckson Tada. The inspirational program airs each weekday, sharing a biblical perspective on a wide range of topics. Joni shares encouragement, tackles issues related to disability awareness, and provides uniquely personal insights into life’s tougher questions. Her contagious joy and unwavering faith provide hope for those who find themselves faced with life’s crippling blows.

Joni also hosts a shortened program similar to Joni and Friends called Diamonds in the Dust. This one-minute program offers nuggets of encouragement to listeners worldwide. Last year, Diamonds in the Dust won “Radio Program of the Year” from the National Religious Broadcasters.

Today's Programs

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Do No Harm

Do No Harm

  Hi, I’m Joni Eareckson Tada sharing something worth repeating.  Not long ago I offered up some thoughts about suffering that must’ve really struck a chord with you listeners. Of course, you already know I am battling cancer – it’s a little more aggressive than the last cancer I had eight years ago,...

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Affirming Your Caregiver

Affirming Your Caregiver

  Hi, I’m Joni Eareckson Tada, and I have a sacrificial caregiver in my husband, Ken Tada.  Like when Ken sets his watch at night to wake every few hours to turn me in bed, or when he goes out of his way to go to the medical supply store.  That is a sacrificial service that honors God. And for that, I enjoy affirming him.  And, I don’t mean flattery or...

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Today's Gift

Jonistory Tract 06 16 Coversmaller

Joni's Story

In this little Gospel tract, Joni shares her testimony of how God worked in her life so powerfully after becoming quadriplegic in July 1967. She underwent overwhelming physical and emotional trials, but through continual prayer and support of family and friends she began to see a change in her attitude--most significantly after learning to paint with her mouth. Even though it still isn't easy for Joni to live with her disability, she holds onto Romans 8:28, "In all things God works for the good of those who love Him," and sees her wheelchair as the means God has used to set her spirit free.

Have you been encouraged?