After nearly six decades of operating a hospital in Ecuador’s capital city, HCJB Global has announced that it is selling the 76-bed facility to an Ecuadorian buyer.
The second wildfire in a year is again affecting staff members in Colorado Springs. The Black Forest Fire quickly blazed out of control northeast of the city on June 11, destroying at least 500 homes, including one owned by an HCJB Global staff member.
Engineers from HCJB Global’s Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Office in Ghana boost the signal of partner station in Benin, broadcasting a clear gospel message in a country known as the birthplace of voodoo.
When their clothes and other personal effects began disappearing, Diego’s parents knew the time had come for professional help. Their own son was stealing from them.
Grieving the loss of his wife, a distraught Hispanic man prepares to commit suicide. But after hearing a message of hope on a radio station in Yuma, Ariz., he abandons his plan and puts his trust in Christ.
The first full-time Christian radio station in the small West African country of Guinea-Bissau is ready to begin broadcasting 17 years after Bynas, a local believer, caught the vision to launch a station.
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.