CCV is on the Air

CCV is on the air!


Do your children or grandchildren attend public schools? Are you fully aware of what they are being taught, and specifically, the pro-homosexual atmosphere that exists on many campuses today?

Don’t miss Point of View radio today, Thursday, January 29 from 2:00pm-3:00pm EST as CCV’s Vice President for Public Policy David Miller discusses this issue and ways that children and schools are at risk. Click here to find a station in your area. Or listen live over the Internet at or on American Family Radio at

Point of View is a two-hour, issues-oriented live talk radio program heard daily nationwide. Kerby Anderson and the Point of View team cover the full spectrum of issues and current events that affect our faith, family, government, education, and basic freedoms from a Christian perspective. Point of View’s loyal listening audience thrives on the daily interviews and interaction with informative guests including authors, politicians, opinion leaders, conservative activists, and subject matter experts.

Christianity Today magazine called Point of View America’s “most popular live Christian call-in show.”  After 35 years of being on the cutting edge of talk radio, Point of View has proven they are brave enough to take on the tough issues and experienced enough to handle them.


Tune in today as Barry Sheets, Governmental Affairs Director of Citizens for Community Values, guest hosts the Bob Burney Live! radio program.  Barry will bring analysis and a pro-family perspective on the news and issues of the day.  Learn about the attacks on our Judeo-Christian values as Barry discusses these and other initiatives coming at us from both federal and state governments.

Join Barry from 3:00pm-6:00 pm on Bob Burney Live! on AM 880 WRFD radio in central Ohio region and beyond, or listen to live streaming audio on the Internet at You can join in with your views and opinions by calling (877) BOB-LIVE or (877) 262-5483 and discuss the future of our families, our faith and our freedoms.

Topic for Thursday, January 29:

  1. Governor Ted Strickland’s State of the State address
  2. Statehouse rally by homosexual activists to push for special rights legislation.