Three Reasons to Listen to RefNet

RefNet Reformation Network

RefNet, or the Reformation Network, is a 24-hour Christian radio station brought to you by Ligonier Ministries. RefNet is available online and as an app for your smartphone or tablet.

Here are three reasons we strongly recommend tuning in:

1. Solid Teaching

RefNet has proven to be an incredible resource for the latest teachings from R.C. Sproul, John MacArthur, Allistair Begg, Ravi Zacharias, John Piper and many others.

In fact, RefNet regularly plays many of the podcasts and preachers that we featured on our Big List of Christian Podcasts post.

We strongly recommend RefNet for believers to broaden their understanding and appreciation for the Word of God and deepen their relationship with Christ.

With such a wealth of material from many of the best theology and Bible teachers in the world of Reformed Christianity, we trust that this internet radio station will become a tremendous blessing to regular listeners.

RefNet Radio App2. Uplifting Content

In addition to the trustworthy Bible teaching, RefNet also includes uplifting Christian music, Scripture readings, and audiobook selections from a wide variety of Christian literature.

A full schedule of what is playing on the Reformation Network can be found on their website, and where you can also view their broadcast partners.

3. It’s Quick and Easy

In our digital age, we are never at a loss for something to listen to while we work. If you’re like me, you spend the first 5-10 minutes of your jog, commute, or busywork deciding what to listen to.

With RefNet, you can just open the app and hit play, knowing that you’ll have the opportunity to listen to a wide variety of worthwhile content and the latest audio posts from some of your favorite preachers and teachers.

Listen In

Check it out for yourself by clicking the play button below.

(You can also listen online at RefNet.fm, or check out their apps in the App Store and Google Play.)

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Clayton Kraby
Written by Clayton Kraby
I'm a full-time M.Div. student and created ReasonableTheology.org to help make theology accessible for the everyday Christian. You can find me on Twitter @ClayKraby. Help me attend seminary.