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Have you ever listened to some of the great shows from the golden age of radio?  For instance..."The Shadow," "Fibber McGee and Molly," or "The Jack Benny Program?"  Or, in Christian radio, have you ever heard Moody's "Stories of Great Christians" or "Ranger Bill."  While all of these radio programs are long out of production, there is one classic that is still being recorded every week--"Unshackled."  The Pacific Garden Mission in Chicago has produced "Unshackled" since 1950 making it the longest-running radio drama in history.  May God be praised for what He has done through "Unshackled!"

Click here for a link to Unshackled

(Photo of a recording session for "Unshackled")