`Lutheran Hour` airs weekly on XM Satellite Radio

“The Lutheran Hour” radio program with speaker Dr. Ken Klaus may be heard every Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on XM’s Family Talk Radio 170.  The program, produced by Lutheran Hour Ministries in St. Louis, began airing April 23 on XM.
 
XM Satellite Radio broadcasts on more than 170 digital channels with more than 6.5 million subscribers.
 
“The Lutheran Hour” began airing in 1930 and is the world’s longest-running Christian outreach radio program.  It currently airs on more than 800 stations to a weekly audience of more than 1.2 million and can be heard anytime online at www.lutheranhour.org
 
“The broadcast of ‘The Lutheran Hour’ on satellite radio is just another way we’re using the latest in communications technology to support churches worldwide in reaching out to the unchurched,” said Greg Lewis, executive director of Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM).  LHM is a ministry of the International Lutheran Laymen’s League, an LCMS auxiliary.
 
For more information about XM Satellite Radio, visit its Web site at www.xmradio.com.

Posted May 2, 2006

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