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Family-Focus Broadcasting Network has always been focused on the family.  Our vision and goal is to build stronger families through our unique products and programmes.  Our radio programmes, which have been specially designed to cater to the needs of the various elements of the family, are entities in themselves with the potential for greater expression in the long-term. Among our more successful products are Men Talk, Youth in Focus and Forever Young which facilitate seminars, initiatives and events across Trinidad & Tobago.

Kingdom Kids is a one-hour specially packaged programme for children aged zero to nine years old. Filled with stories, games and other entertaining activities, children learn about the life and love of Jesus Christ and how they can emulate him. Kingdom Kids’ flagship event is its annual Christmas Party where children meet their favourite Kingdom Kids personalities and local entertainers. Kingdom Kids can be heard on I.S.A.A.C 98.1 every Saturday from 1 – 2 pm.

Tweens target children aged nine to 13 years and is part of I.S.A.A.C 98.1’s Saturday line-up focused on the youth. The programme addresses issues unique to children of this age group such as peer pressure, bullying, self esteem and dealing with adolescence. Tweens is a compact 30-minute programme heard Saturday afternoons from 12:30 – 1 pm.

The award-winning Youth in Focus (YIF) programme is dynamic and interactive and has expanded beyond its radio show heard Sundays from 4 – 7 pm on I.S.A.A.C 98.1. Through the YIF Secondary School Initiative the team meets with its younger demographic to address topics specific to them. YIF caters to young people aged 13 to 25 years and provides a forum where they can speak up on issues confronting them.

In 2007, the programme received a National Youth Award for positive media service. Today, the team continues to offer practical, insightful, biblical-based solutions to young people across Trinidad & Tobago and to its wider audience via I.S.A.A.C’s live stream.

The Soiree is where YaDas meet to exchange views on issues from marriage and singlehood to job hunting and financial management. YaDas are young adults 25 to 40 years of age. The Soiree can be heard on Fridays from 10 pm to midnight on I.S.A.A.C 98.1.

Live, Love, Lead is the call-to-action made to men across the Caribbean via Men Talk. Statistics show that many children throughout the region have absentee fathers. Men Talk focuses on developing men and bringing them to a place of confidence, responsibility and commitment through its radio programme and workshops. Men Talk’s one-hour radio segment can be heard inside The Rendezvous on Saturdays from  4 – 8 pm.

Forever Young celebrates the nation’s senior citizens aged 55 years and over. Hosts, Nicole Larsen and Jenny Roderique provide tips on health, retirement and much more as they chat with listeners and take their views.

Forever Young has become a real, emotional and tangible support to forever young-uns as they are fondly called. The well patronised annual Forever Young Mother’s Day and Christmas Brunches is evidence of this. Forever Young can be heard Saturday mornings from 6 – 9 am on I.S.A.A.C 98.1.

I.S.A.A.C 98.1 FM is the first full-gospel radio station in Trinidad & Tobago. I.S.A.A.C is the media arm of the Family-Focus Broadcasting Network (FBN) that facilitates FBN’s mandate to impact the lives of families by imparting truth, knowledge and information based on the word of God. Our hope is to facilitate spiritual growth, positive change and the holistic development of the individual. 

The FBN Club is a membership programme consisting of persons who actively support the Family-Focus Broadcasting Network (FBN). The financial and non-financial contributions of the membership support the many programmes and initiatives undertaken by FBN.

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