What’s New for October?

October Calendar

  • October 19 | Uvalde, 93.1 FM (Spanish) – three years (2017)
  • October 20 | Lockhart, TX 88.3 FM – 14 years (2006)
  • October 28 | Giddings, TX 91.1 FM – 21 years (1999)
  • October 30 | San Marcos, TX 88.5 FM – 23 years (1997) and Ringgold, LA 98.5 FM – 6 years (2014)

KHCB Day of Prayer

The annual Open House event at the KHCB studios has been cancelled this year because of COVID-19. While there won’t be an afternoon of fellowship joining together “in person”, you’re invited to gather your family for a special program as we join together for a day of prayer.

Sunday, October 25 from 1 pm – 4 pm CT, tune into KHCB by radio, the internet, or on your phone app as KHCB programmers will be leading us in prayer for our nation, families, churches, and the spread of the Gospel. KHCB’s regular programming will not be aired during this special broadcast. Please tell your family and friends so they can participate in this afternoon of prayer and giving thanks to God as we come boldly to His throne of grace to receive mercy and find grace to help in our time of need. (Heb. 14:6, NASB).

Philippians 4:6 (NASB) “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.”

Colossians 4:2 (NASB) “Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with an attitude of thanksgiving.”

Praise Report

  • For 23 years of broadcast ministry in San Marcos, TX at 88.5 FM, 21 years in Giddings, TX at 91.1 FM, 14 years in Lockhart, TX at 88.3 FM, and six years in Ringgold, LA at 98.5 FM.
  • For three years of Spanish ministry in Uvalde, TX at 93.1 FM.
  • For the volunteers who faithfully serve at Christian Radio.

Prayer Requests

  • For new listeners to tune in by radio, the internet, or the phone app.
  • For locating several acres to lease or buy south of Stonewall, TX to relocate the Fredericksburg tower. A permanent location is still needed.
  • For safety and protection of the tower crew that will build and replace the damaged tower in Sulphur, OK.