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Since the earliest days of their marriage, Earline Perry and her husband, Lowell, were praying that the message of God’s love could cover the earth.  In 1976 they were instrumental in the founding of World Christian Broadcasting.  The next year, in March of 1977, Lowell gave his life in a tragic airplane explosion near the island of Martinique while he and two others were searching for the first broadcast site for the new ministry. 

Earline never faltered in supporting World Christian Broadcasting from its beginning to the day of her death, February 19, 2016.  “Earline Perry is a remarkable servant,” said Dr. Bob Scott, first president of World Christian Broadcasting.  “Lowell was the love of her life and they were a matched pair.  Their family has had great influence on those around them.” 

Despite the crash, Earline became an advocate for World Christian Broadcasting and helped with fundraising.  When the Alaska station was built, Earline went to attend the grand opening.   

Shortly before Lowell’s death, Earline earned her realtor’s license.  She sold her first two houses just the day before Lowell left for the Caribbean.  Her real estate business prospered, and through her income from that Earline became one of World Christian Broadcasting’s most generous donors. 

For the last 25 years, Earline has been on our Board of Directors. Charles Caudill, president of World Christian Broadcasting, said, “She is one of the strongest supporters we have, not only financially, but in encouragement also.”  Earline is remembered fondly by the staff of World Christian Broadcasting as one who not only came to Board meetings, but who walked throughout the building to encourage—and distribute substantial financial gifts—to all staff members.  

On hearing the news of Earline’s death, charter member of the Board Dr. George Bridges wrote, “She had one of the strongest Christian characters I have ever witnessed.  Her strength when she received the news of Lowell’s passing . . . was a monumental example to all of us to keep on keeping on.  She led her family in faith as they continued their walk with the Savior in troubled times.  Always gracious, looking forward, talking to any and all about WCB and its mission of reaching the entire world for Christ . . . .”  Rex Morgan, Senior Producer for Latin America, wrote, “A great, loving, and generous woman has been taken home.  Her example and her mission will live on through us.  Our prayers are with her family . . . .” 

Earline is survived by her two sons, David and Greg, and a daughter, Susan, as well as four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.


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March 2016 Newsletter



Russian : Great Response from Madagascar!

African: The Rest of the Story

Chinese: We Hear our own Voices from MWV

Arabic: From the East to the West

English: Thanks for the Responses!

Latin American: Life is Worth Living?

MADAGASCAR WORLD VOICE is now on the air! Daily broadcast begins at 0000 hour UTC (7 P.M. CDT). Click HERE to view the schedule!

About 650 people gathered on April 21 to celebrate with World Christian Broadcasting the inauguration of our newest station in Madagascar.  This station, combined with our Anchor Point, Alaska, station, will enable the entire world to hear life-saving messages of hope.   

Royce Money

In addition to encouraging words from World Christian Broadcasting’s president, Charles Caudill, and Vice President for Development Andy Baker, Royce Money, chancellor of Abilene Christian University, helped launch a $17.2 million campaign, “Pierce the Darkness.”  

For more than three decades, World Christian Broadcasting has spread the good news of Jesus to billions of people from Alaska.  Other broadcasters have come to look to World Christian Broadcasting for program content and guidance.  Our mission is simple: “Communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ using any form of mass media effective for the place and time.”


On Easter Sunday morning, March 27, World Christian Broadcasting’s second station began transmitting life-changing programs.  Ten years ago construction on the station began, and in spite of delays too numerous to mention, the “sign-on” day finally arrived. 

When the switch was flipped on, a three-way Skype transmission enabled friends of the ministry in Franklin, Tennessee—at our Programming Center—and in Anchor Point, Alaska—at our first station that has been transmitting since 1983—to see what was happening at the new station.  The photo shows the standing-room only crowd who gathered in Franklin to be a part of this momentous event.  These were people who had been praying for this day to come—and finally it was here! 

Within just a few hours we began receiving emails from people all over the world who had picked up the signals from Madagascar.  We heard from shortwave enthusiasts in Sri Lanka, India, Russia, Finland, Ukraine, Germany, United Arab Emirates, Bulgaria, Italy, Colombia, Sweden, and points in the United States from Massachusetts to California.  Almost all emails said what Jyrki in Finland said, “I was very surprised about the signal strength.”  One man wrote the touching note that he received his first QSL card from KNLS 30 years ago.  “You sent me a mini red Bible, which I still have today.  I wish you all the best with the new station.  73 and yours in Christ.” (QSL cards are postcards sent from shortwave stations to those who communicate details of what they have heard and when they heard it.) 

One man in Kursk, Russia, wrote, “It has happened! The Lord has heard our prayers and after many difficulties and obstacles, His word sounds through our shortwave receivers, coming from Alaska and from the remote island in the Indian Ocean.  I am listening to your broadcast and it feels good in my soul . . . Thank you for your work.  God bless you!” 

God has been blessing the construction of this facility from its beginning over ten years ago.  We have had more delays than we care to remember, but we are confident that everything has been in God’s timing.  We are thrilled to be used as His agents to distribute the Good News throughout the world.  Praise be to Him!


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Andy Baker, Vice President - Development      World Christian Broadcasting
605 Bradley Court, Franklin, Tennessee 37067, TEL: 615-371-8707      info@worldchristian.org

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