In this weekly program, Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah also known as "David Jeremiah", delivers practical messages to the congregation at the Shadow Mountain Community Church in San Diego. Also featured is music from the Shadow Mountain Community Church Choir and Orchestra, as well as performances by musical guests that have included Steve Green and Charles Billingsley. Men and women who have been impacted by the Turning Point ministry also share their stories with viewers. During the month of December, the show usually features special Christmas programming.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah - KTIS (AM) - Netflix
KTIS, known on-air as “Faith 900 KTIS”, is a radio station in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that is owned and operated by University of Northwestern - St Paul and is a non-profit, listener-supported radio station relying on donations from the local community throughout the year. It broadcasts on 900 AM, covering Minneapolis-St. Paul and surrounding areas in Minnesota. KTIS' studios are located on Snelling Avenue in St. Paul, while its transmitter is located in the Hazel Park neighborhood of Oakdale. KTIS is the flagship station of Faith Radio, a network whose programming features mainly Christian talk and teaching, with programs such as Turning Point with David Jeremiah; Focus on the Family; Family Life Today with Dennis Rainey; Insight for Living with Chuck Swindoll; Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram; In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley; Walk In The Word with James McDonald; Just Thinking with Ravi Zacharias; and others. Programming is nearly 100 percent satellite delivered and produced by Northwestern Media. On February 6, 2015, KTIS began simulcasting on FM translator K214DF (90.7 FM), via the HD2 channel of sister station KTIS-FM (98.5). The station added a second translator on W248CU (97.5 FM) in June 2017, with nearly identical coverage of 90.7. The second translator, licensed to Minneapolis but transmitting from St. Paul, forced a low-powered FM KPPS-LP to apply for an emergency increase in power from 50 watts to 100 watts due to interference. KPPS-LP already had an application to move to 88.9 FM however, so the request to increase power was denied by the FCC. In addition, the translator on 97.5 FM is on the same frequency as KNXR licensed to Rochester, causing some complaints from listeners in the south metro who could no longer hear the station. This is not the first time KNXR has been interfered with via a licensed broadcast station.
Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah - Faith Radio stations - Netflix
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