Meet your host, Bob Biermann

Bob Biermann has been in and around the broadcast industry since 1971. In this now over a half century, Bob has seen many changes in this world. Besides being a broadcaster, Bob spent a decade in Emergency Management in Public Information and Planning. In addition, Bob is also in the ordained ministry, having served in leadership positions within his church body. Bob’s current church, Trinity Chapel, operates as an independent local church, based on a traditional and biblical foundation. 

The daily “Truth to Ponder” radio program is the outgrowth of his former once-per-week program. For a time in the beginning of the Pandemic, Bob was asked to come out of retirement to assist a large county in their COVID response. While serving in that role, Bob saw the increasingly political aspects and the suppression of vital information. He saw his nation and world heading on a trajectory that is leading toward a time of hardships and tribulation. The radio program is a forum of useful information and hope in this increasingly darkening time. Bob stands firm in his Christian World View and is unashamed of his Biblical stand on the issues that face us today.

Bob’s broadcast background includes on-air, major market engineering, equipment manufacturing, and his long-term service with a college building their network of radio stations. The college, Toccoa Falls College, is a Christian school located in Toccoa, GA.

Bob has faced many challenges in his life, including the loss of his first wife to cancer in 2004. At that time Bob was the pastor of a church in Southwest Florida. Today, Bob is remarried, semi-retired, and he and his wife, Lori, divide their time between Florida and a small home in the mountains of Northeast Georgia.

Bob’s goal with this program is to provide information that is accurate, honest, and hard to find. He is deeply committed to helping chart the path for churches in these uncertain times and unprecedented challenges.

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Bob Biermann behind the microphone
Bob, with his wife, Lori Biermann