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LifeTalk Radio Launches Online Channel for Kids

The only radio network owned and operated by the North American Division now offers LifeTalkKids.

LifeTalkKids is now available on LifeTalk Radio

LifeTalkKids™, which offers a variety of Bible-based, character-building, and educational programs for children of all ages. Image: Fred Knopper

LifeTalk Radio®, a media ministry of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists, has launched a daily, 24-hour, online radio channel designed especially for children. The division’s only owned and operated radio networks now featues LifeTalkKids™, which offers a variety of Bible-based, character-building, and educational programs for children of all ages.

The programs on LifeTalkKids include adventure stories from “Your Story Hour,” “Adventures in Odyssey,” and “Discovery Mountain”; Bible-based programs such as “The Bible in Living Sound,” “GraceLink,” and “The Bible Story”; and legacy programs such as “Stories from the Book by HMS Richards, Jr.” Additional programs include “Awesome Science,” “Nature Corner,” and “Ranger Bill.”

“We’ve had this project in the works for many months, but when the pandemic hit things slowed down,” said John Geli, manager/director of LifeTalk Radio. “We praise the Lord everything finally launched. We’re thrilled to offer this new resource for kids.”

The dedicated web site “LifeTalkKids.net” features a “Fun” section with links for special resources, including Bible guides, coloring pages, “Gracelink” Sabbath School lessons, videos, plus additional on-demand stories and activities.

“This has been a collaborative effort with many hands helping to make this stellar resource a reality,” added Geli. “We especially want to thank the It Is Written media ministry for hosting the servers that make this new venture possible.”

LifeTalk Kids will also be available on the LifeTalk Radio app when it’s released in the near-future, says Geli. Visit LifeTalkKids.net for more information.