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57 Years on the Air!

Christian Radio broadcasts were first heard in Houston on March 9, 1962. KHCB began airing non-commercial Christian programming at 105.7 FM. 57 years later, the ministry has grown to a network of 55 outlets in five states, broadcasting in three languages. The mission has remained the same from day one which is to provide Biblical truth with an emphasis on the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ. This past year five outlets were added. Three stations in San Angelo were purchased from Criswell College. Two of the three stations now broadcast Radio Amistad programming. The outreach in Louisiana expanded into the city of Springhill with one station in English and the other in Spanish. The 55th outlet will be added this month in Lubbock,Texas.

KHCB opened a Twitter account this past year which provides another way to connect with listeners and provide up to date information about the programs and music segments.

Give thanks to the Lord for using KHCB by radio, the internet, and phone apps to help you “Keep Him Close By”.

Monthly Events

  • March 2 Texas Independence Day, 1836
    Bastrop, TX 88.5 FM – 15 year anniversary (2004)
  • March 5 Brownwood, TX 91.7 FM – 10 years – (2009)
  • March 6 Alamo Heroes Day, 1836
  • March 9 Houston, TX 105.7 FM – 57 years (1962)
  • March 10 Daylight Saving Time Begins
  • March 16 Del Rio, TX 99.3 FM – two years (2017)
  • March 20 First Day of Spring
  • March 25 Palm Sunday
  • March 26 Envelope Stuffing Day


  • For 57 years of broadcasting the Word of God at 105.7 FM in Houston.
  • For 15 years of broadcast ministry in Bastrop, TX at 88.5 FM and 10 years in Brownwood, TX at 91.7 FM.
  • For Radio Amistad’s outreach at the Career and Education Day where they were able to shared the gospel with high school students and their parents.
  • For Programmers who faithfully teach the Bible and its truths.


  • For staff member, Rex Sanders who is dealing with some health issues including chronic pain.
  • For staff member, Krystal Tyler who is suffering from vocal chord damage and is still only able to whisper.
  • For locating several acres to lease or buy south of Stonewall, TX to relocate the Fredericksburg tower. (A temporary facility has been provided, but a permanent location is still needed)
  • For the Lord’s direction and provision for the ministry in 2019.