Group Launches Platform for Faith-Focused Podcasts

Contemporary Christian music radio giant Educational Media Foundation (EMF) – parent of K-LOVE, Air1 and WTA MEDIA – is launching the AccessMore podcast platform today that will stream a steadily growing library of faith-based podcasts.

From Dare to Be with Grammy-nominated singer Natalie Grant and international speaker and author Charlotte Gambill to Equip + Empower with Christine Caine, founder of A21 and Propel Women, AccessMore will feature nationally known teachers, authors, speakers and entertainers sharing content designed to inform and inspire.

“We’ve long needed an online home where Christians can find a broad selection of podcasts to help them live out their faith,” said Grant, co-host of the Dare to Be podcast along with Charlotte Gambill.

“Wherever you are in your faith journey, whatever circumstances you’re dealing with,” said Caine, who hosts Equip and Empower, “you’ll find help and hope on AccessMore.”

Get a preview now of the entire AccessMore platform at AccessMore and look for the downloadable app coming soon to Apple and Android.

AccessMore will feature new and existing podcasts as well as limited series, such as I Still Believe from director Jon Erwin, taking listeners behind the scenes of his recent hit movie about Jeremy Camp.

Women, men, children and families will all find engaging programs that touch their lives. Initial podcasts on AccessMore will range from living the Christian life, to being a faithful single parent, to science and religion, to the latest from the entertainment industry and much more.

This includes a new podcast from Levi and Jennie Lusko – Hey, It’s the Luskos, Into the Portal from Elevation eKidz and Rebecca St. James Friends & Family.

“This is an exciting step in a new direction for Educational Media Foundation,” said EMF CEO Bill Reeves. “We’ve long encouraged believers through the music of K-LOVE and Air1, now we enhance that with a growing variety of faith-based podcasts available.”

About Educational Media Foundation

As the organization behind AccessMore, EMF began as a single radio station in Northern California in 1982 and is now parent company to K-LOVE and Air1 – the nation’s largest contemporary Christian radio networks. For more information on K-LOVE, Air1 or WTA, please visit, and

(SOURCE: Educational Media Foundation via Christian Newswire)

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