This is a practical book intended to serve as a guide to religious leaders who wish to use the radio as a means of communicating their message to the public. It presents to those interested, the benefit of the experience of three leaders in this field who have demonstrated that the radio can be used effectively to reach many of those who seldom are to be found in the churches or synagogues. It deals very practically with the general principles which must govern religious radio if it is to be successful and gives advice and counsel in the problems of preparing scripts and programs and of producing the programs in the studio. It is strongly recommended to all who are using or thinking of using the radio for religious purposes. There is no sectarian or denominational bias.