Welcome to Dubbo’s 94.3 FM

Dubbo’s 94.3 FM is Dubbo’s non-denominational Christian FM Station.   We broadcast mainstream and contemporary Christian music, and entertaining shows. Programs include Lifestyle and current affairs interviews and a series of popular inspirational segments.

Dubbo’s 94.3 FM helps people lead hopeful lives through fun entertainment, helpful content, uplifting experiences and a unique connection with their community.

Lifestyle

Voice of the Martyrs

Culture

Lauren Daigle
Phil Wickham
Tauren Wells
Hillsong United
Dante Bowe

What the Disciples Argued About on the Road

No wonder they weren’t prepared to listen to what Jesus said about the Cross. Because it was the way of humble self-denial…

Have Your Say About Possible Changes to Faith-Based Schools

The “My Christian School” site includes opportunities to contact local Federal members, plus space for prayer and sharing stories.

“Viciousness”, Not Covid, Led Scott Morrison to Break Mental Health Taboo

Our 30th Prime Minister has a chat about life and faith, operating at the top level of politics for more than a decade.

The Art of Deep Listening, and Deep Seeing

While deep listening is an act of hearing what someone saying, deep seeing involves noticing someone well.

Housing Crisis: “The System is Broken”

With the Australian housing crisis reaching fever pitch, a new event is about to shine a light on possible solutions.

Ryan Reynolds in ‘If’ Brings Childhood Imagination to Life

In ‘If’, writer/director John Krasinski (‘A Quiet Place’, ‘The Office’) takes us into a world where fantasy and reality collide.

3 Ways AI is Changing the Future of Healthcare

Artificial intelligence is opening up possibilities for streamlining processes to benefit both healthcare professionals and patients.

The Australian Doctor Saving Thousands of Lives in Africa

Dr Andrew Browning’s desire is to see free maternal healthcare available across Africa – a continent which does so much, with so little.

Building Men and Dads to Change Generations

Each year, Dads4Kids hosts a Men’s Leadership Summit designed to equip men to be the best version of themselves.

Russell Brand, Gaza Protests & Super AI: The Search for Transcendence

We’re all drawn to transcendence – to worshipping someone or something bigger than ourselves. Here are three recent examples.

Have Your Say About Possible Changes to Faith-Based Schools

The “My Christian School” site includes opportunities to contact local Federal members, plus space for prayer and sharing stories.

“Viciousness”, Not Covid, Led Scott Morrison to Break Mental Health Taboo

Our 30th Prime Minister has a chat about life and faith, operating at the top level of politics for more than a decade.

The Art of Deep Listening, and Deep Seeing

While deep listening is an act of hearing what someone saying, deep seeing involves noticing someone well.

Housing Crisis: “The System is Broken”

With the Australian housing crisis reaching fever pitch, a new event is about to shine a light on possible solutions.

Ryan Reynolds in ‘If’ Brings Childhood Imagination to Life

In ‘If’, writer/director John Krasinski (‘A Quiet Place’, ‘The Office’) takes us into a world where fantasy and reality collide.

3 Ways AI is Changing the Future of Healthcare

Artificial intelligence is opening up possibilities for streamlining processes to benefit both healthcare professionals and patients.

The Australian Doctor Saving Thousands of Lives in Africa

Dr Andrew Browning’s desire is to see free maternal healthcare available across Africa – a continent which does so much, with so little.

Building Men and Dads to Change Generations

Each year, Dads4Kids hosts a Men’s Leadership Summit designed to equip men to be the best version of themselves.

Russell Brand, Gaza Protests & Super AI: The Search for Transcendence

We’re all drawn to transcendence – to worshipping someone or something bigger than ourselves. Here are three recent examples.

Laurie Lawrence Launches Free CPR Training to Help Save Lives

Last year 16 children died from drowning in Australia with recent research revealing more than 40% of parents don’t have any CPR skills.

NEPAL: Woman’s Witness Impacts Entire Village

Bimala Thokar came to faith in Christ in 2021 through the witness of her daughter. The

Ukraine: From the Field

The war waged by Russia against Ukraine has a strong religious component.

Remembering Martyrs: Fatima Al-Mutairi, Saudi Arabia

In December 2008, 26-year-old Fatima Al-Mutairi was killed for leaving her Muslim faith and choosing to be a Christian.

CHINA: Court Case Repeatedly Delayed

In July 2021, Zhao Weikai, a leader of the Xuncheng (Zion) Reformed Church, was arrested after a search of his home revealed materials the Public Security Bureau deemed to be "promoting terrorism and extremism” In the many months since his arrest, Zhao’s court case has encountered numerous delays. In September 2021, the case was sent […]

AFGHANISTAN: Pray for Protection and Provision

Front-line workers request prayers for Afghani Christians living in the country and for those who have fled to neighbouring countries for protection. “The crisis in Afghanistan is not over,” said one Afghan Christian leader recently. Afghan believers who have fled Taliban rule mostly live in refugee camps in nearby nations. With little to do, many […]

KENYA: Muslim Extremists Lure, Attack Christian Teacher and Son

Muslim extremists in central Uganda lured a Christian teacher to his home by forcing his wife to call and tell him she was ill, then the intruders beat him and his son. Abdu Muyinga and his young adult son, Hamisi Sentongo, are nursing injuries after Muslims upset with their conversion to Christianity beat them on […]

CHINA: Trial for Church Elder Under Strict Security

In March 2021, the Ren’ai Reformed Church in Guiyang, China, was raided by agents of the religious affairs bureau, together with public security officers. During the raid, ten church members were taken into custody.

DRC: Christians Poisoned, Threatened

Luuando Yombo’s husband was an elder in their church in the Ubwari Peninsula in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Her mother and brother also served at the church in an area with a large Muslim population.

SUDAN: Pastor Jailed for Prayer Meeting to Heal Mother

On 21 November authorities in Sudan arrested and jailed a church leader on charges of “witchcraft” for leading a prayer meeting for his ailing mother, sources reported.

NIGERIA: Christians Kidnapped in Separate Attacks in Southwest Nigeria

The Linfen Covenant House Church has experienced ongoing legal challenges, many of which arose after police officers raided a family camp in August.

“Viciousness”, Not Covid, Led Scott Morrison to Break Mental Health Taboo

Our 30th Prime Minister has a chat about life and faith, operating at the top level of politics for more than a decade.

The Art of Deep Listening, and Deep Seeing

While deep listening is an act of hearing what someone saying, deep seeing involves noticing someone well.

Housing Crisis: “The System is Broken”

With the Australian housing crisis reaching fever pitch, a new event is about to shine a light on possible solutions.

Ryan Reynolds in ‘If’ Brings Childhood Imagination to Life

In ‘If’, writer/director John Krasinski (‘A Quiet Place’, ‘The Office’) takes us into a world where fantasy and reality collide.

3 Ways AI is Changing the Future of Healthcare

Artificial intelligence is opening up possibilities for streamlining processes to benefit both healthcare professionals and patients.

The Australian Doctor Saving Thousands of Lives in Africa

Dr Andrew Browning’s desire is to see free maternal healthcare available across Africa – a continent which does so much, with so little.

Building Men and Dads to Change Generations

Each year, Dads4Kids hosts a Men’s Leadership Summit designed to equip men to be the best version of themselves.

Russell Brand, Gaza Protests & Super AI: The Search for Transcendence

We’re all drawn to transcendence – to worshipping someone or something bigger than ourselves. Here are three recent examples.

Laurie Lawrence Launches Free CPR Training to Help Save Lives

Last year 16 children died from drowning in Australia with recent research revealing more than 40% of parents don’t have any CPR skills.

The Idea of You: More Than Your Typical Romantic Drama

‘The Idea of You ‘, offers a unique perspective on ageism, social media, and modern love that sets it apart from other romantic dramas.

The Art of Deep Listening, and Deep Seeing

While deep listening is an act of hearing what someone saying, deep seeing involves noticing someone well.

Housing Crisis: “The System is Broken”

With the Australian housing crisis reaching fever pitch, a new event is about to shine a light on possible solutions.

Ryan Reynolds in ‘If’ Brings Childhood Imagination to Life

In ‘If’, writer/director John Krasinski (‘A Quiet Place’, ‘The Office’) takes us into a world where fantasy and reality collide.

3 Ways AI is Changing the Future of Healthcare

Artificial intelligence is opening up possibilities for streamlining processes to benefit both healthcare professionals and patients.

The Australian Doctor Saving Thousands of Lives in Africa

Dr Andrew Browning’s desire is to see free maternal healthcare available across Africa – a continent which does so much, with so little.

Building Men and Dads to Change Generations

Each year, Dads4Kids hosts a Men’s Leadership Summit designed to equip men to be the best version of themselves.

Russell Brand, Gaza Protests & Super AI: The Search for Transcendence

We’re all drawn to transcendence – to worshipping someone or something bigger than ourselves. Here are three recent examples.

Laurie Lawrence Launches Free CPR Training to Help Save Lives

Last year 16 children died from drowning in Australia with recent research revealing more than 40% of parents don’t have any CPR skills.

The Idea of You: More Than Your Typical Romantic Drama

‘The Idea of You ‘, offers a unique perspective on ageism, social media, and modern love that sets it apart from other romantic dramas.

Budget 24/25: “A Fairer Go”

The Albanese government’s budget will provide welcome relief to families, but the Opposition argues it doesn’t address a core issue.

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