This is the WHFL TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Raleigh. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|3:00 AM||Radiant TV |
|4:00 AM||Radiant TV |
|4:30 AM||Love Worth Finding with Adrian Rogers |
Lessons from the bible for those facing problems in their lives.
|5:00 AM||Rejoice in the Lord |
Services from the campus church of Pensacola Christian College in Florida.
|6:00 AM||John Hagee Today |
A series featuring discussions of current events, interviews with newsmakers and religious leaders, and Bible lessons.
|6:30 AM||Dr. R.C. Sproul |
|7:30 AM||BGEA Classics |
|8:00 AM||James MacDonald Walk in the Word |
James MacDonald Walk in the Word.
|8:30 AM||Through the Bible with Les Feldick |
A weekly series in which the host reads scripture passages.
|9:00 AM||David Jeremiah (Turning Point) |
Inspirational messages from Pastor David Jeremiah.
|9:30 AM||Door of Faith |
|10:30 AM||Faith Nation |
Featuring news of the day, compelling stories and some encouraging words for the day.
|11:00 AM||Youth Health |
|12:00 PM||Know the Cause With Doug Kaufmann |
Nutrition expert Doug Kaufmann discusses nutritional strategies used to optimize health.
|1:00 PM||In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley |
A series of lessons from the Bible.
|2:00 PM||The 700 Club |
A religious-themed newsmagazine, one of TV's longest-running programs. On the air since 1966, it launched nationally in '72, before becoming the flagship of the Christian Broadcast Network in 1977. It mixes news---from a religious perspective---with inspirational interviews with celebrities, along with Bible readings and entertainment.
|3:00 PM||Life Today |
A series featuring biblical teachings and reports on Christian relief efforts.
|3:30 PM||Babbie's House |
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