Broadcasting is the best means to acquaint a wide and varied audience with the Alliance's message and goals. Listening to it requires no initial commitment, providing a risk-free way for almost anyone to be introduced to reformed theology and consider its implications. The Alliance currently produces the following broadcasts:
The Bible Study Hour - Preparing you to think and act biblically. This program has been on the air for over a half-century. Week after week, listeners come into contact with clear biblical preaching that serves as a model for pastors and a stabilizing source of biblical truth for lay people. The Bible Study Hour program airs on 500 outlets as well as the Internet, and features the teaching of Dr. James Boice. This broadcast features both a weekly and daily program.
Every Last Word - Teaching the whole Bible to change your whole life. This Alliance broadcast features the superb expository ministry of Dr. Philip Ryken, former senior minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and an Alliance speaker.
Dr. Barnhouse & the Bible - Making God's Word Plain. The longest running of all Alliance broadcasts, Dr. Barnhouse & the Bible originally started as The Bible Study Hour with the teaching of Donald Barnhouse. Once James Boice took over the ministry, Dr. Barnhouse's messages continued to air under this new name. This broadcast features both a weekly and daily program. Donald Barnhouse was the founder of Evangelical Ministries.
Mortification of Spin is a bi-weekly casual conversation about things that count. Carl Trueman and Todd Pruitt serve up a humorous, informal podcast with bite. Join this engaging and thought-provoking conversation on the challenges the Church faces and what counts in the Christian life. Served up with a healthy dose of germane cultural references. Hear for yourself if British accents carry more weight...
No Falling Word - Join Liam Goligher as he provides sound preaching on a variety of Biblical passages. The program's title comes from 1 Samuel 3:19 where the writer, having told how God called Samuel as a prophet, notes "the Lord was with him and let none of his words fall to the ground." God himself undergirds the preaching of his word: there are no falling words.