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New Women’s Magazine-Format Broadcast Debuts on KSLR

KSLR logoAlways Faithful Radio, a new voice and resource for women, made its debut Saturday, June 1, on AM 630 KSLR.

The magazine format, one-hour Saturday morning broadcast, designed to encourage women is produced and hosted by author, speaker, and former publisher Athena Dean. The format is designed to creatively mix author interviews with glimpses into the lives of local women making a difference for Christ.

“We are extremely excited to have Athena Dean and Always Faithful Radio on KSLR," says KSLR Program Director Barry Besse. "Her energy and inspiration will connect instantly with our core female demographic. The combination of live + local + passion and inspiration is the recipe for a great listener experience on KSLR.”

With the tagline “Affirming the faithfulness of God,” Always Faithful Radio will be interviewing authors, artists, and women of faith.

Future confirmed guests include Liz Curtis Higgs, Matthew West, Tammy Trent, Lynn Austin, and June Hunt, among others.

“We’ll talk to women in the arts, in the ministry, in the marketplace, in the community and in the trenches … women who struggle like the rest of us but whose courage and example are an inspiration to others,” says Dean.

Dean is the author of Consumed by Success: Reaching the Top and Finding God Wasn’t There, All That Glitters is Not God, and You Can Do It: a Guide to Christian Self-Publishing. She has also been a speaker for writers' groups, women’s groups, business and veterans’ groups, and veterans’ conferences hosted by CBN.

 

Published: June 6, 2013

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