KFUO to host Goeglein on life issues Jan. 20

Focus on the Family’s Timothy Goeglein will field questions on revitalization of the pro-life movement and life-related legal cases during the “Worldwide KFUO” interview.

Stanley to discuss religious freedom, Lutheran schools

Alliance Defending Freedom’s Erik Stanley discusses religious freedom as it applies to Lutheran schools and students Nov. 18 on “kfuo.org.”

LCMS pro-life leaders host media

LCMS Sanctity of Life Committee members address organ-harvesting video during a July 16 press conference.

Duncan takes reins at KFUO Radio

As KFUO’s executive director of Broadcast Services, Gary Duncan succeeds the Rev. Rod Zwonitzer, who retired in May.

KFUO plans 90-day celebration to mark its 90th year

The celebration includes special programing, cookies, T-shirts, a Lego display, a mailing to donors, a worship service, a new hymn and a contest to choose a “Book of the Year.”

Scattering seed on fields of battle — with catechisms, LSB

LCMS members and congregations give catechisms and hymnals to deployed service members.

KFUO Radio hosts Sharathon fundraiser

The April 24-26 Sharathon for Worldwide KFUO.org will offer special guests and thank-you incentives to donors.

Board, COP set same regions for 2016 convention

Among actions at its Feb. 14 meeting, the LCMS Board of Directors approves the five regions into which LCMS districts are grouped.

Synod offers online resource for year-end donors

Interested in making a charitable donation before year’s end? Check out the Synod’s “Make a Gift” website!

‘Cross Edges’ debuts on Worldwide KFUO

“Cross Edges,” with five new programs aimed at young adults and offering fresh talk about contemporary Lutheran Christianity, begins Dec. 2 on the LCMS-owned Worldwide KFUO.

Donofrio installed as KFUO assistant director

The Rev. Craig J. Donofrio, formerly of Pasadena, Calif., is installed Nov. 11 as assistant director of Broadcast Services for KFUO Radio.

KFUO starts ‘new era’ at LCMS International Center

KFUO — which airs at kfuo.org, classic99.com and 850-AM — begins broadcasting from the LCMS International Center, after moving from its long-time studios at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.