A Christmas message of hope in time of crisis…from World War II and the present. Guest speaker and well known Oklahoma Pastor Wade Burleson, a nationally broadcast World War II radio performance of A CHRISTMAS CAROL shortwaved overseas to London from Enid, Oklahoma's Phillips University, KTOK/iHeartRadio star Gwin Faulconer-Lippert, and King George VI of England's stirring 1939 Christmas Message, when the free world was embroiled in turmoil and more lay ahead...high drama for then—and now!
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Gwin Faulconer-Lippert, beloved queen of modern Oklahoma radio and longtime college professor.
Wade Burleson, one of Oklahoma’s wisest pastors and greatest communicators, shares this inspiring message of Christmas message of hope in time of sorrow and conflict…then and now.
The original 33 RPM album cover of Enid, Oklahoma-based Phillips University Professor Earl Oberg’s remarkable, internationally-broadcast World War 2 radio performance of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”
Normal OKLAHOMA GOLD! storyteller John J. Dwyer’s epic, award-winning, two-novel saga of a young, devout Oklahoma farm boy and college football hero’s World War II era exploits.