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

June 1, 2016
We'll check out new songs from Skillet, NF, and Manafest. Hear the latest in music news and go deeper in our faith with the latest Impact Devotional.

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Something To Think About

"Jesus replied, 'you don't understand now what I am doing, but someday you will.'" (John 13:7)

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MAD Playlist

tobyMac - Move (Keep Walkin’)
Nine Lashes - Heartbeats
Thousand Foot Krutch - Running With Giants
House of Heroes - Colors Run
Switchfoot - Float

Latest Music News

  • Skillet

    Skillet Releasing New Album

    Skillet has announced their next album is going to release August 5th and you can pre-order today from their website.

  • Relient K

    Air For Free

    Relient K is going to be releasing a new album titled Air For Free. It's said to be releasing this summer.

  • The Classic Crime

    The Classic Crime Crushes On Kickstarter

    Thanks to an extremely well supported kickstarter campaign, the Classic Crime will be heading into the studio to start recording a new album.

Latest Devotional

So You Want To Go Back To Egypt

At the beginning of the book of Exodus we learn about the plight of the Israelite's. They were trapped in a land that didn't belong to them and were forced to live and work as slaves. The text tells us that they were ruled over by brutal slave drivers who sought to wear them down with crushing labor. In an effort to stop the spread of their tribe, Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, ordered for every newborn baby boy to be killed by being thrown into the Nile River. Babies were torn from their parents arms and senselessly murdered. Then those same parents were sent back into the fields, working endless hours under harsh conditions with no hope of change on the horizon.