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Chinese Ministry 2020

KHCB’s Chinese ministry on AM 1400 has been broadcasting God’s Word for 29 years. The ministry started June 15, 1991. The programming airs 8am to 5pm CDT each weekend. It includes Mandarin translations of “Thru the Bible”, “Unshackled”, and “Turning Point” with David Jeremiah. The Mandarin music program continues to air every Saturday at midnight Central Time on the KHCB Network.

Heidi Lit
Heidi Lit

Helen Yang and Aliza Li work part time each week to edit, record, upload and download programs. Aliza has been a part of the KHCB team for the last three years. She is graduating from high school this month. She will be attending Johns Hopkins University in the fall to double major in creative writing and cognitive science. Aliza grew up with the ministry since her mom, Iris, was the coordinator for the ministry until 2018. Heidi Lit will now be joining the team to take Aliza’s place and will work with Helen to manage the ministry. Heidi began listening to KHCB’s English programming 15 years ago. Bruce Munsterman introduced Heidi to Iris and she learned about the Chinese ministry. Helen is looking forward to serving the Lord in this new position, Her favorite Bible verse is “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, so that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.”  1 Corinthians 5:21

The internet ministry began 14 years ago and is heard at www.chinese-radio.org and it is also available through the free phone app. In the past year there have been 53,1919 hits to the website.

Pray that the programming will continue to enrich listeners spiritually and reach more Chinese speaking populations. Pray for Aliza as she graduates and begins her college studies and pray for Helen and Heidi as they work together to provide programs that teach God’s Word and share the message of the Gospel.

Praise

  • For 26 years of broadcast ministry in Bryan/College Station, TX at 101.3 FM,. This was the first English station that began the expansion of KHCB from Houston. For 13 years in Port O’Connor, TX at 91..9 FM , for four years in Lufkin, TX at 105.9, and two years in Springhill, LA at 92.9 FM and in Spanish at 1460 AM.
  • For 29 years of Chinese broadcast ministry on AM 1400 and 14 years of Chinese radio on the internet. (see page 4)
  • For the opportunity to share the message of the Gospel and words of hope and encouragement as our nation continues to face the Corona virus epidemic.

Prayer

  • For the family of volunteer, Bill Neyland. He went home to be with the Lord on April 29,2020. He had just celebrated his 80th birthday April 26. Please pray for his brother Tom, four nieces and nephews and 12 grandnieces and nephews They grieve, but with hope.
  • For the family of former volunteer, John Cooper, age 64 who went home to be with the Lord on April 29, 2020. Pray for his wife, Melanie, his two children and grandchildren.
  • For volunteer Robb Beyer, his wife Geri, son Randy and Randy’s six children as they grieve the loss of Randy’s wife, Haley who passed away May 11, 2020.
  • For being able to relocate the Fredericksburg tower. A temporary facility has been provided, but a permanent location is still needed.
  • For someone new to discover one of the KHCB outlets via radio, phone app, virtual device or www.khcb.org.