Three years later, Federow sought to revive the concept on a new talk radio station, KPRC, where Ken Charles served as program director. For the next five years, it aired on KPRC on Sunday evenings, before the station moved it to Saturday mornings, an impossible time slot for clergy. He moved to Houston in to serve as executive director of the Hillel Foundation. For the past dozen years, Federow explained that Arroyo has served as the regular priest on the show. He had already agreed to the show a couple years ago and wanted to bring it to the air right away. Fortunately, the rabbi knew Chuck Tiller, from the days of being on the air on 97Talk. A longtime lover of speech, debate, radio and television, he was hooked on the format. Capes said the show not only provides a faith perspective on current events but also demonstrates that true friendship can be obtained by members of other religions.