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The U.S. Ambassador to Namibia referenced the old Sesame Street feature, “One of These Things Is Not Like the Others.” In a list of African countries, he said Namibia stands out as different – in a good way. It has a stable government, has shown itself to be fiscally responsible, and at 27, is the youngest African country. Opportunities abound for international trade if Namibia is recognized for what it is.

U.S. Trade Delegation with Namibian Hosts. Henry Huffard is 4th from the left; Earl Young is 2nd from the right.

The Ambassador said this as he briefed a trade delegation of U.S. companies earlier this month. Henry Huffard represented World Christian Broadcasting in that delegation. His purpose was to gather stories to interest that would possibly serve as examples to listeners worldwide. In meetings Henry attended, government ministers and key business people often expressed the need to “put Namibia on the map.” Good stories directed to an international audience certainly can draw attention to Namibia and shine a spotlight on qualities that set this nation apart.

Earl Young, Olympic gold medalist and friend of World Christian Broadcasting, was also part of the delegation. He spoke with the Namibian Cancer Association and Ministry of Health about Namibia becoming the hub of the registry for Africa’s bone marrow donors. The number of donors to serve the world’s black population is far too small. If Namibia takes up this challenge, what a story that will be!


Russian : Who Were the Copts!

African: Anxiety Producers and Relievers

Chinese: HIV/AIDS, White House Bible Study and Doug Poling

Arabic: God Opens a New Door!

English: Celebrity Surgeon Sees God in the Human Eye 

Latin American: People Responding to People


It was a great evening.  Both Charles Caudill and Andy Baker told of plans for the future: adding new languages in Portuguese, Korean, and French.  Andy also shared highlights of the $20 million “Piercing the Darkness” campaign currently in progress. 

For more than three decades, World Christian Broadcasting has spread the good news of Jesus to untold numbers of people around the world.  Other broadcasters have come to look to World Christian Broadcasting for program content and guidance.  Our mission is simple: World Christian Broadcasting exists so that people in places best served by broadcast media become aware of the Good News of Jesus Christ and want to know more. 

Mark your calendars for next year’s dinner to be held April 19, 2018.




July 2017 Newsletter


If you walk by the office of our Senior Producer for English, Rob Scobey, you will see a new trophy on his desk.  It’s from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) for last year’s World Christian Broadcasting video, “Alive Again.”  Rob received an Award of Merit.  IABC has members in more than 70 countries.  Judges were business communications professionals from other cities.   

Rob’s desk is getting downright crowded with all the awards he has won . . . but there’s always room for one more!   

Congratulations, Rob!  In the photo, Rob is standing beside World Christian Broadcasting’s president, Charles Caudill.

In 2014, the name Dr. Kent Brantly was frequently heard on every news media.  He was the doctor who travelled to Liberia to serve with World Medical Mission as a post-resident physician.  While there, he contracted the Ebola virus and was evacuated to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.  In December 2014 Time magazine named Brantly as one of their five “People of the Year.” 

As the Ebola pandemic was sweeping across West Africa, one organization, Samaritan’s Purse, was willing to step up and commit its people and resources to provide comfort, compassion, and care to the hurting people of Africa.  But it was not until Dr. Brantly came down with Ebola that the attention of the world turned toward West Africa. 

Arthur Rasco with Paul Ladd.

Facing Darkness is a movie that tells the real story of the Ebola crisis.  During the National Religious Broadcasters convention in Orlando, Florida, World Christian Broadcasting’s Senior Correspondent Paul Ladd interviewed the producer and director of Facing Darkness, Arthur Rasco.  In this documentary film, Samaritan Purse president Dr. Franklin Graham tells the story. To watch the trailer, click HERE.

During the April 20 annual benefit dinner for World Christian Broadcasting, the new 2017 video was shown for the first time.  “Two Stations, One Message” tells the amazing story of God’s work to use two shortwave stations—one in Alaska, one in Madagascar—to cover the entire world with the sweet message of Jesus Christ.  In this video you will see some of the people involved in the creation and transmission of the “one message” to the world.  Sit back and see how God is at work as told in this video.  Start the video now.

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