About The Show

Started in 2001, the MAD Christian Radio Show quickly spread from a show played on the local Christian radio station in Timmins to one that is aired across the globe.

Tune in to hear the latest in Christian Rock and Hip-Hop, old favorites, music news, contests, interviews and of course our Impact Devotional.

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MAD On Demand

2015 MAD Christmas Special
It's the 14th annual MAD Christmas Special featuring nothing but Christmas music, reflections on what the season is all about and artists like Laura Story, Hawk Nelson, Building 429 and the Newsboys stopping by to share their favorite Christmas memories.

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Something To Think About

"Forgiveness is an act of the will, and the will can function regardless of the temperature of the heart." (Corrie Ten Boom)

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MAD Playlist

Manic Drive - Good News
Loftland - Let's Make It Loud
Bread of Stone - Porcelain (feat. Jonathan Thulin)
Family Force 5 - Glow In The Dark (Grapishsoda Remix)
Nine Lashes - Galaxy
Kings Kaleidoscope - I Know

Latest Music News

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    Instrumental Album From The Classic Crime

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Latest Devotional

Celebrating Christmas In Uncelebratory Circumstances

Christmas can be truly the most wonderful time of the year. But for some, Christmas is a time when all the pain and stress of life gets magnified.

For the couple trying to start a family, hearing a child's laughter at Christmas is a painful reminder they don't have what they desperately want. For the single person, without kids, a spouse, or even an extended family, seeing reminders of how much Christmas and family are intertwined brings feelings of loneliness to the forefront. For the family who's struggling to make ends meet, seeing commercialism wrapped up in a bow amplifies the difference between what they have and what the world tells them they need.

Christmas can be a time of happiness for some and sadness for others.