STRYPER Frontman To Appear On TBN's 'Praise The Lord'

On December 7, STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet will once again be a featured guest on TBN's "Praise the Lord". The show will be broadcast at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time (GMT -8:00) on a TBN station near you. Visit the Trinity Broadcasting Network web site for broadcast schedules and channel listings.

In other news, Michael recently did an online streaming interview with TSR (The Spirit Radio). The Spirit Radio is a community whose goal is to bring together independent Christian artists and music fans. TSR promotes artists who, while producing great music, wish to place the emphasis on our Lord Jesus Christ rather than themselves. They desire to lead their listeners into a personal relationship with their Savior and to use their music to glorify God.

Check out the interview at this location (MP3 file).


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