Broadcasting and the Voice of Hope World Radio Network have
begun partnering to spread the Gospel message in the Middle
East. Voice of Hope—Middle East has been granted the first and
only Christian radio broadcast license by the Israeli
With over 65,000 watts of power based on the shores of the
Sea of Galilee, Voice of Hope will be able to reach into the
countries of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Cyprus, Turkey, and
Egypt. The potential listening audience is over 35 million
World Christian Broadcasting’s Senior Producer for Arabic,
Dr. Tony Tadros (a native of Cairo, Egypt), will be broadcasting
his popular radio program called “Feda” (in English,
“Redemption”) two hours every day.
A few days after “Feda” began broadcasting, the president of
Voice of Hope, John Tayloe, wrote, “The WCB Arabic programming
has been airing since Sunday, twice daily! What a blessing to
our listeners! The quality and anointing on the broadcast is
adding strength to our efforts to encourage Christians to
present Jesus to Muslims. I am thrilled with our partnership
and believe God will use this to draw in the net of salvation
throughout the region. This is why God has put us together!”
This is a wonderful opportunity in which two Christian radio
broadcasters are able to work together to allow God’s kingdom to
increase. We are thank for this partnership, and pray God’s
richest blessings on this endeavor. To God be the glory!
It was a treat to have actor Kirk Cameron come by our studios at
World Christian Broadcasting to discuss his newest project, Revive
US 2, an event to be broadcast in movie theaters later this month.
Audiences remember Kirk from the popular ABC series Growing
Pains (1985-1992) and other television work, as well as the
movie Fireproof. As we made our way to the studio, I enjoyed
watching the reactions of surprise from some of my colleagues, most
of whom had not been told he was coming. Kirk posed for photos with
anyone who asked, which made their day.
In our interview, Kirk talked about the need for a discussion of and
return to traditional spiritual values in our country, as well as
what it’s like being a person of faith in the spotlight and glamor
of the Hollywood scene. We’ll have a good story on Revive US 2 and
also an upcoming edition of our First Person series. A fun,
memorable day here at the radio ranch!
AWARDS FOR "ALIVE AGAIN"
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
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.
TWO STATIONS, ONE MESSAGE
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.