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Veteran radio/TV broadcaster Mark Daniels has joined the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals team as director of broadcasting. Daniels served for 24 years as programming/marketing manager and talk show host for Salem Media Group's WFIL/WNTP in Philadelphia and with other outlets over his 38 years on the air.  Since 2003, Daniels has served as host for The Bible Study Hour and other Alliance programs. 

As broadcasting is a core Alliance ministry, Mark joining the staff will have a tremendous impact! He brings decades of experience, exceptional skill sets, and most importantly a passion for the Gospel!


"It is a personal honor and long-time goal to work alongside such faithful professionals in this legendary ministry," Daniels adds. "It's a thrill to add my voice to theirs in the service of the Gospel."

Join us as we look forward to hearing more of Mark on our broadcasts and at many Alliance events.
You slip into your car, turn on the ignition, and soon slide your fingers over the radio dial, spinning it till something catches your ear and makes you pause. Maybe it's a preacher. Sermons on the radio are about as close to street preaching as you come. They allow people to stumble upon them, listen unobserved, and perhaps find their hearts drawn to the Word of God.

Desiring to reach beyond their walls, Tenth Church has begun broadcasting Dr. Liam Goligher's sermons on WNTP (990 AM). The program, No Falling Word, airs Sundays from 8:30-9:00 AM and is produced by the Alliance. The Alliance is making past shows available on the program's webpage and will soon offer them via iTunes as well.

WNTP is a talk radio station. Tenth chose it because Arbitron studies show that despite rapidly changing media, adults aged 30-65 continue to rely on the radio for news. Talk radio continues to thrive.

To fit Liam's sermons in the half-hour slot, the Alliance staff splits them into two segments to be aired consecutive weeks. The first thing listeners hear is Liam mid-sermon making  a crucial point against the background of surging music. Then the announcer cuts in: "You are listening to No Falling Word with Liam Goligher" and gives a quick synopsis of the sermon that follows. The broadcast is kicking off with the series "Tempted: Adam, Jesus, and Me" which Liam preached Sunday evenings last spring.

The program's title comes from 1 Samuel 3:19 where the writer, having told how God called Samuel as a prophet, notes "the Lord was with him and let none of his words fall to the ground." God himself undergirds the preaching of his word: there are no falling words.