Year End Report

God is so good!! We thank the Lord that through the gifts given in December, KHCB received $640,725. This supply met the monthly need of $212,000 and made up the year to date deficit of $396,000. The overage will help to offset some unbudgeted expenses that occurred during the year including some necessary equipment repairs and replacements.

We truly praise the Lord for using many to bountifully and graciously provide for 2014. Thank you for your faithful support of the ministry through your prayers and gifts that enable KHCB to continue to share the Gospel through 37 outlets by radio, in three languages and also through the internet and phone applications.

To God be the glory for the great things He has done!

"Keeping the Hymns Close By"

All Creatures of Our God and King


Author – Francis of Assisi, 1182 - 1226
English Translation – William H, Draper, 1855 - 1933


Psalm 145:10, 11 – All Thy works shall praise Thee, O Lord; and Thy saints shall bless Thee. They shall speak of the glory of Thy kingdom, and talk of Thy power.

This hymn found in nearly every hymnal was written in 1225 by Giovanni Bernardone, who was better known as Saint Francis of Assisi. He spent his lifetime as an itinerant evangelist, preaching and helping the poor people of Italy.

Francis was born in Assisi, Italy in 1182. After an early indulgent life as a solider, he reformed his ways dramatically, at the age of twenty-five, and determined to serve God by imitating the selfless life of Christ in all that he did. Although his family were people of considerable means, Francis scored the possession of material goods, denounced his inherited wealth, denied himself everything but the most meager necessities, and devoted himself completely to moving about his area as Christ’s representative.

He was known as a great lover of nature, seeing the hand of God in all creation. “All Creatures of Our God and King” is from one of his writings titled “Canticles of the Sun”, said to have been written one hot summer day in 1225, one year before his death, while Francis was very ill and suffering the loss of his eyesight. Throughout his life Francis made much use of singing and believed strongly in the importance of church music. He wrote more than sixty hymns. This hymn of praise is one that has survived the passing of these several hundred years.

The English translation of this text was made by William Draper, a village rector in England, who prepared this paraphrased version for a children’s choir festival at some time between 1899-1919. After being forgotten for a time, the tune was revived in the present century and appeared in the English Hymnal, published in London, England, in 1906.

"For It Is God Who Works"

This book, written by Dolly Martin Monroe in 1997, chronicles the beginning of Houston's first Christian radio station. It contains barriers, obstacles, and financial difficulties through which the Lord navigated this ministry.

We invite you to read our testimony in the hope it may increase your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and His ability to provide for the needs of those who are His.

Smartphone Apps Available for Download

KHCB's Apps for Android and Apple products are available for download. There is no charge for either app. Thanks to Luis Ortega for the design and labor in putting these together.
 

Note For Recurring Donations

If you would like to set up recurring or automatic donations to KHCB, please call the KHCB Office and speak to Carole. She will set up an account where donations can be automatically allocated to KHCB. The number is 713-520-5200 in the Houston area, and toll free 1 (888) 777-5422.
 
Thank you to all who choose to support KHCB - both financially and through your prayers.
 

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When complete, you can mail it to us using the address at the bottom of the webpage or you can scan and send it to and put "Volunteer Application" in the Subject line. As always, any information you send us will not be used or given out for and third party companies - and will remain private between you and KHCB.
 

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