Gary Duncan
Gary Duncan

Executive Director

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On any given day, Executive Director Gary Duncan has a story to share about his time at various radio stations, including his very first job (we won’t tell you how long ago) at 14 Country WCMT Tennessee. An ardent lover of music, you’ll often find him singing and strumming away on his guitar. Gary also enjoys a lifetime of learning. After college with studies in broadcast communications he has studied numerous subjects including Community College Continuing education and on-line courses in business, electronics, computer technologies, photography and just recently studied for and passed the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) part 107 test and is a certified commercial drone pilot. Gary’s current on-line course studies are focused on learning to play the piano. In addition to Gary’s enjoyment from music and drone flying you’ll find him amassing a collection of radio gadgets, guitars and photo gear. He takes his various cameras on adventures to capture delightful photography of his native Saint Louis architecture, nature, animals, or birds. When it’s time to just relax with his wife, two children and six grandchildren, he’s an expert in lounging in his pool in the summer, or if it’s too cold for that, cozying up by the fire laughing at his favorite comedies.

A Moment in Creation: Observations from the James Webb Telescope

Rev. Warren Woerth shares with Gary Duncan about how scientists are shocked by the images from the James Webb telescope. The new images do not line up with what they believed about the beginning of time. Are scientists panicked about how their Big Bang theory may be proven false?

A Moment on the Lighter Side: Air Conditioners and Anxiousness

Gary Duncan talks with St. Peter this week on the program.  St. Peter is having issues with his air conditioner and those problems made him think of his favorite Bible passage. Listen as Gary and St. Peter talk about Bible verses that help us from being anxious. 

A Moment in Scripture: 1st Corinthians 11 – 2nd Corinthians 4

Gary and Pastor Matt Clark continue their two-year trip through the Bible. This week we read 1st Corinthians 11 – 2nd Corinthians 4.  Hear what Paul writes about The Lords Super, love, and the resurrection. Paul says our faith is in vain if Jesus is dead and in the ground, but Paul makes it clear that in fact Jesus has been raised from the dead. 

A Moment of Faith: Closing Hymns

Gary Duncan and Pastor Doug Nicely talk about closing hymns on this week’s program. Closing hymns are a reminder of the worship we just participated in and of what we have learned, heard, and should take with us as we depart. Doug shares with us a hymn “Go My Children with My Blessing” written by LCMS pastor Jeroslav Vajda.

A Moment for the Family: Children and Mental Health

Dr. Mary Manz Simon and Gary Duncan discuss changes ahead in education with regards to reaching out to our children about mental health. What are some schools doing to help assess kids stress, mood, and other mental health issues? Gary also brings into the conversation the importance of prayer for good mental health.

A Moment in Creation: False Prophets

Rev. Warren Woerth discusses with Gary Duncan the Old Testament lesson from Jeramiah 23:16-29. Hear about the lies of the false prophets and how Pastor Woerth ties this together with the false teaching of evolution.

A Moment on the Lighter Side: Dr. Luke’s Commentary on Raising the Widow’s Dead Son

Gary Duncan, even more frustrated with Dr. Luke because of the tampered-with chocolates, brings him back on the air one final time just to get his account and to conclude their discussion about the dead man of Nain. Hear this Luke exclusive about how Jesus raises this widow’s son from the dead. 

A Moment in Scripture: 1st Corinthians 1-10

Gary and Pastor Matt Clark continue their two-year trip through the Bible. This week we read 1st Corinthians 1-10. Pastor Clark and Gary discuss how this epistle was written by Paul in the city of Corinth to the Corinthians. Hear about the division of communion and why Paul refers to the cross as foolishness to those who are perishing, but it is the power of God to us who are being saved. Listen and learn.

A Moment of Faith: Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart

On this program Rev. Doug Nicely shares with Gary Duncan the back story of the nineteenth century hymn “Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart” by E. H. Plumptre (1865).

A Moment for the Family: Separation Anxiety

On our podcast this week Dr. Mary Manz Simon and Gary Duncan discuss Separation Anxiety. What is Separation Anxiety? We will answer that question and offer some useful tips for coping with these types of mental health issues.