You’ve been waiting for this, so let’s do it: World Christian Broadcasting is happy to announce a trip for YOU!  You’ve been so good to support the construction of our Madagascar station through your gifts and your prayers.  Now—finally—it’s time to go see it. 

May 14-28, 2016, is the date.  Our route will be Nashville—New York—London—Nairobi—Antananarivo (“Tana”), the capital of Madagascar.  We will overnight there, then travel across the island to Mahajanga, the site of Madagascar World Voice.  Over the next two days we will officially dedicate the new $12 million station with a sequence of dinners and celebrations.  From there in the next few days we’ll take in some of the awesome sites of Madagascar, eventually winding up at Tana to fly back to Nairobi.  We’ll spend two days in Kenya on an unforgettable safari.  With all those memories to last a lifetime, we’ll head back toward the U.S., arriving back in Nashville on May 28. 

Don’t even THINK about passing up this trip!  An exact price hasn’t been set, but our travel agent assures us it will be less than $7,000.  Where else could you see this much territory—the island that has more unique animals and plants than any other place in the world—with an African safari that you’ll never forget—plus witnessing the broadcast station you’ve been hearing about for ten years—and all of that with fellow Christians? 

This is the station that will broadcast news about Jesus throughout Africa, the Middle East, India, western China and Russia, and as far away as South and Central America.  Every day programs in six languages (Arabic, English, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, and English with an African accent) will be broadcast from Madagascar World Voice (MWV).  With all the delays because of political and other issues, our staff has had plenty of time to prepare their broadcasts. 

A full brochure is in the process of being completed.  To receive your copy, write us at info@worldchristian.org or call us at 615-371-8707.  Spread the word.  This will be once-in-a-lifetime experience!  To God be the glory!





October 2015 Newsletter



Take a few minutes to watch our 2015 video. You’ll learn the latest on our programming, our mission, and our plans for the future.


In the summer of 2014, Dr. Kent Brantly became infected with the Ebola virus.  As Medical Director of Samaritan's Purse Ebola Care Center in Monrovia, Liberia, Dr. Brantly knew all too well the need for precaution as he treated his patients.  Somehow those precautions were not enough.  People around the world anxiously watched as news of his illness spread.  Eventually he was transported to the United States, and today he looks as if he had never been sick. 

Paul Ladd, World Christian Broadcasting’s Senior Correspondent, caught up with Dr. Brantly when he was speaking on the campus of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee.  In this interview, Dr. Brantly gave insights into what he has heard about the ways in which his experience has impacted people all over the world.   

In the fifth and final installment of this interview sequence, Paul Ladd asked Dr. Brantly to explain the title of the book he and his wife have written, “Called for Life.”  Paul also asked, “What’s ahead for Dr. Kent Brantly?” 

The Brantlys’ informative, sensitive, and challenging book can be ordered through any bookstore.  Enjoy the interview!


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Andy Baker, Vice President - Development      World Christian Broadcasting
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