Talk to a Pastor - Listener Call In Line


Got a question you would like to ask a pastor? Now you can call me anytime and leave a message on my voicemail.

I listen to all the calls, and some will find their way on the radio.

That's right. I answer some of the questions on the air, so you can hear your question and my answer.

Your question may be answered on the air!

So call today.

Listener Call in Line: 510-455-8851



Hi, this is Roland. I no longer offer live chat, which came to an end a couple of years ago. 

But I have something even better!

I have a listener call in line where you call my voicemail and leave a message. You can leave a question or a comment there. I listen to all the messages. Some of the calls even find their way on the air. 

After you leave your question or comment, you can listen to my weekly radio program to see if I answered your question or played your comment on the air. 




Were you touched or moved by something you heard on Roland's radio show? We want to hear about it!

Got a comment, question or opinion? Call anytime! Call and leave your message on the 24/7 voicemail. Roland listens to them all and your message might find its way on the air.

For radio and Internet radio listeners only. You must be 18.

Listener Call in Line: 510-455-8851

Where does your show air? 

At the present time, my program airs every Sunday morning at 7 AM in Palm Springs, CA.  I'm also on the air Monday at 5 PM and Saturday evening at 8 PM (Eastern Time) in Scranton , PA

And of course 24/7 on the Internet.



How can I listen to your radio show?

Try my radio archives or 
Soundcloud 








We all flow from one fountain Soul. All are expressions of one Love. God does not appear, and flow out, only from narrow chinks and round bored wells here and there in favored races and places, but He flows in grand undivided currents, shoreless and boundless over creeds and forms and all kinds of civilizations and peoples and beasts, saturating all and fountainizing all.


- June 9, 1872 letter to Miss Catharine Merrill, from New Sentinel Hotel, Yosemite Valley, in Badè's Life and Letters of John Muir.