The Lutheran Hour

On Oct. 2, 1930, the first broadcast of The Lutheran Hour® radio program was aired, with Dr. Walter A. Maier as speaker. The Lutheran Laymen's League, which had formed 13 years earlier as a financial support organization for the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, had a vision of spreading the Gospel message using the young technology of broadcast radio. For more than 80 years, the call of Christ has been carried around the world by radio waves to share the Good News. The Lutheran Hour is one of the longest-running Christian radio broadcasts with the mission of "Bringing Christ to the Nations—and the Nations to the Church." More info here. This page is sponsored by The Lutheran Hour and does not reflect Entercom, its employees or other advertisers.