After being known as the World Radio Network nearly since its inception 35 years ago, the radio ministry along the U.S.-Mexico border has changed its name to Inspiracom.
People finding freedom within prison walls. This was what encouraged an HCJB Global Hands medical team during a recent visit to a penitentiary in downtown Quito, Ecuador.
With its programming limited by lack of an Internet connection, an HCJB Global partner in Central African Republic has returned to the air after a March coup had silenced it for several weeks.
He grew up listening to Radio 4VEH, one of HCJB Global's partner ministries in Haiti. Later Storly Michel became the station manager and recently accepted an award on behalf of 4VEH from the National Religious Broadcasters.
It took 24 years to transform David Maindonald's dream into reality, but today international broadcasts from HCJB Global-Australia's shortwave site in Kununurra are going out in 26 languages. The new site was dedicated on April 21.
José became filled with rage when he discovered his wife was cheating on him. He quickly concocted a plan to kill his wife, her lover and then himself. Instead, he only attempted suicide, landing him in the emergency room. While recovering, he listened to the local Christian radio station and gave his life to Christ.
His radio station is still off the air with plans delayed for his return to help the Central African Republic staff get it up and running. Could the news get any worse for Jim Hocking of Integrated Community Development International?
"It was really exciting to worship with the Nepali Christians and plant seeds where the gospel may never have been heard before," said Nate Dell who co-led a work team that helped build a birthing clinic in a remote community last month.
Seventeen years of flying a small plane into some of Ecuador’s more remote communities taught Jim Manley one thing for sure—learning springs from life itself and not just books.
Mrs. B. had already mapped out her intended last motorbike ride, planning to steer it in front of a large truck to end her life. Depression had accompanied the loss of her restaurant in Thailand after she’d made some poor business decisions.