Airing the Addisons ATA is a daily radio/podcast program focused on Marriage, Family and the Church. Co-hosted by married couple, Wil and Meeke Addison, the program observes cultural trends and explores their effect on the foundations of Biblical morality. Wil and Meeke offer insight on culture, popular trends, and current events which threaten the integrity of the Christian Faith and the proliferation of the Gospel. The Addisons unapologetically filter their commentary through a Biblical lens. You can listen to the program live weekdays 2-3p. Central at afr.net You can also download and subscribe to the podcast of the show updated after each broadcast.
Plague of Corruption! Meeke and Wil talk to Co-authors Dr. Judy Mikovits and Kent Heckenlively about their newest book exposing cover-ups in the scientific community
Wisdom is knowledge applied. Is the Bible enough?
Spring Share-a-thon Day 3 "Why are the Addisons here"
Spring Share a Thon Day 2 interview with Ryan Bomberger
Day 1 of Spring Share-a-thon, Interview with Stephen Black of First Stone Ministries
If we’re going to ask about signs…why not look beyond Covid-19?
GUMBO Friday: Tik Tok tutor, Sleep Divorce and calls from listeners
Do we have evidence that Comprehensive Sexual Education Curricula are harming our children?
Why do we get there first? Harvard study finds health benefits of church attendance, we already knew.
What is a Biblical Worldview? Human Coalition President, Brian Fisher joins the Addisons to discuss Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s inconsistent fight for life.
GUMBO Friday: Wil and Meeke take listener calls about topics covered during the week
Today Wil and Meeke speaks with Dr. Michel Heiser on his new book "Demons"
Viruses, Face Masks, and Bees, Oh My! How are news headlines affecting our mental health? Does the Word provide direction?
Reclaiming Marriage: Can the Church lead the way in making marriage great again?
God’s Case Against Humanity: Today Wil and Meeke discuss the growing business of abortions at home.
Netflix and Expose.
Today Wil and Meeke look at Parents Television Council’s Report outlining a huge problem with Netflix’s ratings system for teens.