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The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show

“Uniting the races with truth instead of dividing them with lies”

“Rebuilding the family by rebuilding the man”

Live Mon-Fri, 6-9am PT (9-noon ET) | Listen Line: 712-832-2256 | Call-in 888-775-3773 (888-77-JESSE)

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After a 15-year-old Wilmington girl was killed after a school bathroom attack by other girls, Jesse talked about his Madera County trip in spring 2016, talking to kids at a juvenile detention center, Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, a county jail, a church — he also spoke to preachers and government social workers who want to help kids from troubled homes, many of them getting into drugs, gangs, and fights. Close to 80% of Madera County babies are born out-of-wedlock. Jesse knows how to get kids and open-hearted adults to a place where they can understand and overcome their anger through forgiveness. 


Contact Jesse Lee Peterson to have him speak to your conference, organization, or institution. Visit Jesse Lee Peterson’s nonprofit, BOND, for private, off-air counseling, or to support Jesse’s work.

Visit Jesse Lee Peterson’s nonprofit, BOND, for private, off-air counseling, or to support Jesse’s work