The Media Relations Department at Wheaton College will host a live broadcast of the radio program “180 with Karl Clauson” on Thursday, April 25 from 4-6 p.m. During the broadcast, Karl Clauson of AM 1160 WYLL, Chicago’s Christian Talk Radio, will interview Wheaton faculty and students.
Karl Clauson, a native Alaskan, loves adventure. He completed the 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race at the age of 18. In his mid 20s, after years of being raised in church, but missing the life found in Christ, Karl experienced a deep spiritual transformation, and became passionate to share it. Karl has spoken nationally at marriage conferences with FamilyLife for 11 years and most recently served as lead pastor of ChangePoint in Anchorage, Alaska.
“180 with Karl Clauson” focuses on society and everything in it—politics, the church, pop culture—and asks how God is involved in all of these areas and how he wants us to respond. The program is designed to offer encouragement and to cast a vision of God’s greatness.
Free and open to the public, the live broadcast of “180 with Karl Clauson” will take place in the Fireside Room, located on the lower level of the Todd M. Beamer center at 421 Chase Street in Wheaton. Parking is available in the lot east of the Billy Graham Center (campus map). For more information, contact the Media Relations office at 630.752.5015.