Daldal, a remote community high in the Ecuadorian Andes, recently hosted a mobile medical clinic and was the site of the inauguration of a clean water project that benefits 176 grateful families.
A witchdoctor in Thailand is transformed after he comes to Christ through a visiting missionary. As a result, he leads his daughter and grandson to Christ. The grandson becomes a church planter and establishes two community radio stations that preach the gospel.
Persecuted believers from Myanmar's Chin Hakha people group are receiving encouragement from an unlikely source: Christian broadcasts in their language coming from HCJB Global-Australia's international broadcast facility.
He's only 21 years, but Luke Haley's clever radio program captured a first-place award at the Jerusalem Awards in London Oct. 16. The contest rewards original, engaging Christian broadcasting.
Life has gone full circle for a father-son technical team from a remote Ecuadorian community. Once the beneficiaries of a clean water project in their Andean village, they're now helping with similar projects in impoverished villages, including one in Haiti.
Described as the "Barbara Walters of HCJB," missionary retiree Nancy Woolnough died on Oct. 25. She played a key role at the radio station in the 1950s, '60s and '70s, producing 24 programs a week that aired worldwide for adults and children.
A Colombian missionary couple who went through HCJB Global's Corrientes missionary mentoring program recently completed their first term of service in a Balkan country, helping victims of abuse and promoting microbusiness.
Deep in Siberia a partner radio station is sending out programs of general interest from a Christian perspective, bringing spiritual encouragement to listeners. David Uhles gives a report after his first visit to the station.
In Sierra Leone, a country still recovering from a brutal, decade-long civil war that ended in 2002, there is an acute need for counseling. Recently a couple from Colorado Springs helped facilitate a counselor training workshop in Freetown.
More than 100 Christian radio professionals and broadcasters from 26 countries gathered in Nairobi, Kenya, in September where they captured the theme of the third Africa by Radio Continental Convention, “Expanding the Vision."