Grand Rapids—This year marks the 30th anniversary of Les Lamborn as the friendly voice heard on the Our Daily Bread radio program. He is known for his humorous insights and hearty laugh—characteristics reflected in his warm and upbeat audio presentations of Our Daily Bread articles.
Richard DeHaan began the program back in November of 1960. It was revived by Dennis DeHaan and Henry Bosch in the 70s, but not until Les came in 1981 was it produced in sync with the printed page.
“Les has the same enthusiasm for Christian radio today as he had when he was doing character voices ‘Bruce the Goose’ and ‘Beauregard Bear’ for Moody Radio’s Fables of Faith back in the 1970′s. His impact for Christ with Our Daily Bread has been significant.” –Brian Hettinga, longtime RBC colleague and Discover the Word producer and announcer
Les is actively involved in his church and is an accomplished ventriloquist, using his craft to share the Good News with boys and girls. He has been married for more than 40years with three adult married children and several grand children.
Currently Our Daily Bread is produced in a five-minute and two-minute version five days a week for radio stations and seven days a week on the internet. Please visit http://www.odb.org.
RBC Ministries offers and distributes teaching resources to millions worldwide and has offices in 37 countries including the US. Its signature publication, the daily devotional Our Daily Bread, is translated into over 40 languages. RBC Ministries changed its name from Radio Bible Class in 1994 to reflect the growth of services and resources that are offered worldwide.