Tim Wildmon is president of American Family Association (AFA) and American Family Radio (AFR). AFA is a pro-family advocacy organization with over two million online supporters and approximately 150,000 subscribers to its monthly flagship publication the AFA Journal.

In 1991 AFA started the AFR network which now consist of nearly 200 radio stations. The format is news, information, bible teaching and inspirational music. AFR is the fastest growing radio network of any kind and built more stations in a shorter period of time than any other broadcaster. Other divisions of AFA include the Center for Law & Policy, a firm dealing in religious, First-Amendment and constitutional matters, and AgapePress, an online news provider that is syndicated around the world. AFA uses all these means to communicate an outspoken, resolute, Christian voice in America.

Tim is co-host of the national radio program Today’s Issues, a daily discussion offering a Christian response to issues of the day; he is also co-host of Christian World ViewThis Week, a weekly program discussing topics on social and political issues for Christians and how they can become involved. Both programs air on AFR stations across the country.

Tim has authored two books of short-story humor and writes a bi-weekly column for the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. He has written guest editorials for USA Today and columns for magazines such as Focus on the Family.

As a media spokesperson, Tim has appeared on Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor and Dayside , MSNBC's Deborah Norville Tonight, CNN's Talk Back Live, NewsNight with Aaron Brown and American Morning on CNN . He has been quoted in national newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times , The Washington Post , USA Today , Los Angeles Times , Chicago Tribune and numerous other media outlets. He is also frequently quoted by Family News in Focus , WorldNetDaily, SRN News and USA Radio News, in addition to being a frequent guest on local and national radio programs.

Tim leads Spiritual Heritage Tours to Washington, D.C. and Mount Vernon twice a year. These tours emphasize the great influence Christianity has had on American history and its role in the lives of America's Founding Fathers. Tim also leads an annual trip to the Holy Land where he guides people along places found in the Bible, including sites in Israel and Greece.

Tim graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in journalism. He and his wife Alison have three children.