Troy Anderson

Troy Anderson


Troy Anderson is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated investigative journalist, bestselling FaithWords/Hachette author, senior editor of GODSPEED Magazine, former executive editor of Charisma magazine and Charisma Media, reporter at the Los Angeles Daily News, and a frequent guest on numerous television and radio programs.  

He’s co-author with Paul McGuire of the #1 FaithWords bestsellers The Babylon Code (October 2015) and Trumpocalypse (January 2018). His latest book, co-written with U.S. Army Chaplain (Col.) David Giammona - The Military Guide to Armageddon - was released by Chosen/Baker Publishing Group in January 2021.

Anderson spent two decades as a reporter, bureau chief, and editorial writer at the Los Angeles Daily News, The Press-Enterprise, and other newspapers. Today, he writes for Reuters, Newsmax, Townhall, Christianity Today, Human Events, Outreach, and other media outlets. His articles have also appeared in the Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, and the San Jose Mercury-News



Past Shows:

  • Astrology and the Eclipse / Eclipse and Prophecy

    Astrologer William Stickevers discussed the astrological impact of the eclipse on America. Then pastor Paul Begley explained how the solar eclipse and current events are related to biblical prophecy.More »
  • Disinformation & Propaganda / Benefits of Psychic Energy

    Former Army chaplain David J. Giammona and journalist Troy Anderson discussed the sophisticated tactics of deception and how to navigate them. Followed by psychic John Russell on various energies, magic, and Skinwalker Ranch.More »
  • Biblical Prophecy & Current Events / Powerful Palmistry

    Investigative journalist Troy Anderson discussed how AI, digital currency, and globalization are referenced in biblical prophecy. Followed by Palmistry Institute founder Vernon Mahabal on palm-reading concepts and techniques.More »

Last Night

Life After Death
Life After Death
Dr. Leo Ruickbie shared his perspectives on life after death, consciousness, and the paranormal. The final hour of the program was devoted to Open Lines.


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