Radio Rising: Cross to be featured on national radio show

There are thousands and thousands of AIDS orphans in Mozambique who need help. You can help right now. For just 68 bucks you can get a kid off the streets and into a family. All you have to do is call now…

Tomorrow evening nearly 1 million radio listeners across the country will hear these words — or something similar — during a national radio broadcast looking to raise funds to support our AIDS orphan projects in Africa.

Hugh Hewitt
Hugh Hewitt
Hugh Hewitt, a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and conservative author, is featuring our ministry on his show, which runs weekdays from 6 to 9 p.m. EST. The Hugh Hewitt Show is nationally syndicated by Salem Radio Network and appears on more than 120 stations across the country.

“He has never invited a ministry on his show to fundraise for them before,” said Rhonda Gonsalves, our broadcast marketing manager. “When something like this happens, it is incredibly exciting because it means our message is getting out.”

To say we’re excited would be an understatement! Be sure to tune in tomorrow (Thursday, June 25) from 6 to 9 p.m. Visit Hugh Hewitt’s website to find a local radio station streaming his show in your area or how to listen online, and check out our featured link on his blog.

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