April 23, 2015
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World Christian Broadcasting
(615) 371-8707 ext. 100 or 120.
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820 Crescent Centre Drive, Exit 68 East
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
World Christian Broadcasting’s freshly minted 100 KW transmitters
were loaded on a cargo ship in the Port of Houston on January 12,
2015. A few days later the ship sailed, bound for the Indian
Ocean. Arrival date is yet to be determined. The two transmitters
were built at a cost of $1,000,000 each, so we are praying for
smooth sailing and a safe arrival!
Once the transmitters are
unloaded at our station, much work is left to be done. They
must be installed in the transmitter building that has been awaiting
their arrival. They must be connected to the diesel generators
that will power them. Technicians from Continental Electronics
in Dallas must go to fine-tune their installation. Once all
that has been done, we can begin the testing process—which in itself
will take more than a month. Once everything is in order, we
can begin broadcasting in late 2015 or early 2016.
The new transmitters
will send out life-giving messages through these antenna wires.
Radio signals will leave each of three antennas with 16 million
watts of power.
Initially we will broadcast in six languages: Arabic (covering
the entire Mid-East), Spanish (for South and Central America, plus
the Spanish-speaking country of Africa, Equatorial Guinea), English
with an African sound (for the continent of Africa), Chinese (for
western China), Russian (for the populous regions of western Russia,
including St. Petersburg and Moscow), and International English (for
India and nearby countries where English is a second language).
Between the new station in the Indian Ocean and our other station in
Alaska, our programming will cover almost the entire world (except
for North America which is, of course, already blitzed with
Christian messages on every media). How awesome to think that the
whole world will be within the sound of Biblical, spiritual
messages! Many of the countries in our listening range are
off-limits to “boots-on-the-ground” missionaries. In some of those
countries, people are afraid to correspond by mail about any
religious topic. But once both our stations are fully operational,
the whole world can tune their radios in the privacy of their homes,
and they will pick up wonderful news—Good News—they have never heard
before. To God be the glory!