Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

The Trumpet Daily Radio Show proves the Bible’s relevancy to your life.  Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry hosts a show covering wide-ranging topics with an emphasis on world news.

Trumpet Daily Radio Show records from Trumpet Daily facilities at Edstone in the United Kingdom. The program is available on-demand at the Trumpet Daily website or the Trumpet Daily channel on YouTube. The program airs every morning at 7 a.m. (Central Time) on KPCG 101.3 FM in Edmond, Oklahoma.


What does this election season say about America? Nominees have stooped to childish levels in their campaigns, bickering with opponents, and exchanging insults. Not only is this behavior embarrassing and revealing about the candidates themselves, but the fact that many Americans are in favor of it shows how low the country is descending. Bible prophecy has a lot to say about the qualities of America’s leaders today. To learn more about where it is leading the United States, listen to the Trumpet Daily Radio Show.

In Matthew 24, Jesus Christ was asked what events would signal the end of this present age of man. He answered by listing a number of worldwide problems that would intensify into the crisis at the close. Today we are experiencing the outer edges of the storm that will lead to the end of this age and the establishment of God’s Kingdom on Earth. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry highlights world events that are fulfilling those prophecies.Also on today’s show, when Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg was pushed out of office in 2011, the Trumpet told followers to continue watching him. We wrote numerous articles predicting his eventual return to German politics. Now, in the midst of Germany’s numerous crises and as the post-Merkel era looms, many news outlets are writing about Guttenberg’s inevitable return. How was the Trumpet so accurate with this predication? Find out on today’s program.

In December, President Barack Obama said he was open to visiting Cuba sometime before leaving office, but he first wanted to see more freedom for ordinary citizens. Without such progress, he said in an interview, he was unlikely to visit the Communist island nation. Then in January, the Castro regime arrested 1,474 dissidents—the second-highest number ever. Despite Cuba’s worsening human rights record, President Obama announced this week that he will soon pay a visit to Cuba, effectively erasing yet another red line. For more, listen to Stephen Flurry on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.

Modern technology has allowed man to advance at rates never before seen in history. People can now share ideas and communicate from anywhere on Earth. Despite these great advances, problems in the world continue to escalate. But technology is not the problem—it’s the wrong use of technology. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry exposes the dark side of technological advancement and shows how technology can be used in a positive way.

Britain is currently debating whether it should remain in the EU. In today’s program, Trumpet writers Brad Macdonald and Richard Palmer consider this issue in the context of Britain’s historic relationship with Europe. Britain and Europe have different and often conflicting philosophies on some major issues, including religion, politics, and the rule of law. When you consider this history it’s impossible to imagine Britain joining the EU and living happily ever after.

Darkness is descending on the extraordinary dominance of the American superpower. From Europe to China to Russia to the Middle East, the world sees American influence diminishing. In an op-ed published by the Washington Times, Herbert London writes, “The world senses that America has lost its self-confidence.” Listen to Stephen Flurry explain on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show what will happen to the world order as the United States leaves the global stage.

Britons go to the polls on June 23 to vote whether or not the United Kingdom should remain a part of the European Union. British Prime Minister David Cameron announced details this weekend of the deal he worked out with EU officials, and shared his view that Britain should stay in the EU. Other leaders in the UK, like London Mayor Boris Johnson and former Education Secretary Michael Gove, have joined the Brexit movement. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry examines the fundamental dilemma facing Britain and explains what it means for the future of the United Kingdom.

British Prime Minister David Cameron is attempting to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the European Union. It’s been a long, debilitating slog—a journey beset with tension, frustration and quarrels. Not just between Britain and the EU, but between Britain’s politicians and political parties. Despite all the effort, Britain is making its way to the door. In today’s program columnist Brad Macdonald updates listeners on the ongoing Britain-EU renegotiation and explores the consequences of a Brexit.

Six police officers across the United States were shot dead during just a one-week span this month. Police deaths at this rate are unprecedented. So far this year, eight police officers have been killed by gunfire. In the same time span last year, only one officer was killed by gunfire. Yet little attention is drawn to this alarming trend from the media or the White House. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explains where America’s anti-police mind-set is leading.Also on today’s show, how the United States is being outmaneuvered in the Middle East and why it is causing the rest of the world to look beyond America.

When America’s Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution, they intended to prevent the common abuses of rule among nations and kingdoms by carefully defining and restricting activities and powers of all three branches of the United States government. The highest authority of the land—towering above every government official, whether elected or appointed—was the United States Constitution. So what happens when the law of the land is no longer regarded as the definite, supreme law? Listen to today’s Trumpet Daily to find out.