Bill Bunkley is a long-serving station personality and afternoon host of the Bill Bunkley Show on FaithTalk 570 & 910. Bill comments on local, state, national and international issues of the day from the lens of a Christian worldview perspective. He also is the author of a daily on-air opinion minute entitled “Something To Think About.” His opinion airs not only on WTBN but also on both of Salem Tampa’s conservative talk stations AM 860 The Answer Tampa Bay and AM 930 The Answer Sarasota. Archives of his opinions call be found below on Bill’s Blog page.
Bill Bunkley is a familiar voice throughout Florida including his hometown Tampa Bay. After many years of defending conservative values, Bill brings his experience to today's current spiritual, political, and cultural issues.
Bill has maintained a continual presence in Tallahassee since starting his work there in the mid 70’s developing relationships with governors, cabinet officers and members of the Florida House and Senate.
From 1996 to 2011 Bill served as the legislative affairs consultant of the Florida Baptist Convention.
In 2012, he expanded his representation of the Florida Baptist Convention also to include other faith-based entities as President of the Florida Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, Inc.
His unique Tallahassee and statewide relationships give his listeners informed access to the newsmakers of the day.
Bill is an Eagle Scout, who formerly served on the Southern Regional Board of the Boy Scouts of America. Today he is one of the pioneers of the new social conservative alternative to the BSA, Trail Life USA, building Godly character in young boys and men through a similar outdoor program.
He also is an experienced business owner as a Real Estate Broker since 1975 and was a Mortgage Broker for 28 years.
He and his wife Toni and son Zachary are active members at Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz where Bill teaches the “Faithful Servants” Bible Fellowship class on Sundays.
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