Faith Matters on KTTZ-FM

Sundays at 5pm

Faith Matters, a ground breaking local program, hosted by Tom McGovern. Faith Matters promises to spark thought and conversation through dynamic dialogue about Faith.

Faith Matters dives into everyday issues. This isn’t church on the radio; this is your friends and neighbors sharing stories of faith and perseverance.  Tom McGovern's distinguished career includes the Professor of Psychiatry at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center and Director of the Center for Ethics, Humanities and Spirituality.

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Dr. Clarke Cochran Professor of Political Science at Texas Tech University 1970-2008.  Tom and Clarke discuss Pope Francis and his arrival to the USA.

Phil and Vicky discuss their life in Lubbock including numerous community projects, advertising and marketing.


Faith Matters conversation with Andy Wilkinson

Aug 17, 2015

Andy Wilkinson is a writer and singer of contemporary western folk music. Through his poems and songs, he weaves images of people and places in telling the tales of the American West of yesterday and today.  Andy also shares his story of writing a Christmas song "The Tumbleweed Christmas Tree".

You are in for a real treat as we visit with legendary West Texas Walk of Fame artist Andy Wilkinson!

Ann Krier and Kara Wischmeyer discuss the differences of growing up in the past, present and future generations of Women.  

Faith Matters conversation with Mark Stoll

Aug 7, 2015

Mart Stoll Ph.D, Associate Professor - U.S. Environmental at Texas Tech University.  

Dr. Stoll discussed his new book - Inherit the Mountain - Religion and the Rise of American Environmentalism.  His latest published work argues for the place of religion in shaping the views of historical environmental figures, demonstrates how religious traditions fostered distinctive aesthetic reactions to nature, offers analysis of key works of art through the lenses of different denominations, and provides insight into the future of environmentalism in the United States.