It probably doesn’t surprise you that Montana Daily Gazette is not only Montana owned-and-operated but Christian owned-and-operated. Recently, we have agreed to manage KHDN AM Radio in Hardin, Montana. This station reaches the Crow Nation and North Cheyenne, and as far west as Billings and as far east as Forsyth.
More will be written on the content of that daily talk radio program schedule, (and boy will it be both awesome and conservative), but Sundays will be reserved for religious programming.
We are looking for sermons from Montana clergy who fit the following qualifications:
- Those who affirm the Apostle’s Creed and Nicene Creed (as orthodox believers do)
- Trinitarians and Protestants
- From an Independent Church or a church denomination that is Biblical in their faith; unorthodox churches (ELCA, PCUSA, American Baptists, Unitarians-Universalists, United Pentecostals, etc) need not apply. Southern Baptist Churches, whose denomination is in the midst of a liberal take-over, will be approved on a case-by-case basis.
- Conservative pastors who can ascribe to the Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, and the Dallas Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel (note: they do not need to have signed these documents, but agree generally with their contents).
Sermons should be less than one hour (or edited to less than one hour), and expository in nature. The name of the pastor/preacher and congregation and its location will be announced prior to the sermon airing.
Local pastors’ content will play during our “prime time hours” of 7AM to 3PM, and the sermons of Paul Washer and John MacArthur will be played from 4PM to 6PM. Afterward, Christian talk programs will be provided until midnight.
If you would like to submit your sermons for review for regular playing on KHDN, please email Jordan@GideonKnox.com.