What’s New?

Christmas In July

KHCB has had the joy of celebrating Christmas twice each year: December 25 and July 25. Over the years “Christmas in July” has become a very special day in which we remember together the great love of God sending His only begotten Son into the world to rescue man from condemnation. Unlike the celebration in December, “Christmas in July” lets you hear your favorite hymns and carols (no programs will be preempted) without being distracted by the hustle and stress that usually surround the festivities in December.

Be sure to join us on Wednesday, July 25th for “Christmas In July”! Merry Christmas!

Programming Changes

This month there will be a few changes to the KHCB weekday program schedule.

“Running to Win” with Dr. Erwin Lutzer will now be heard at 5am and 12 pm. “Discover The Word” is being discontinued. Running the race of life is hard. But with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, Pastor Erwin Lutzer takes you on a journey into the Word to help you make it across the finish line.

“Winning Walk” with Dr. Ed Young will now be aired at 10:30 pm. (All times are Central). Dr. Young’s passion is to outfit your life with the proven truth of God’s Word so you will be able to follow wherever the Master leads and experience the abundant life He intends you to have.


  • For the new outlets in Springhill, LA broadcasting in English and Spanish.
  • For nine years of broadcast ministry in Caldwell, TX at 91.9 FM, 11 years in Shreveport, LA at 96.9 FM. and two years of Spanish programming in Palm Coast, FL at 106.9 FM.
  • For the encouraging response from listeners who have been impacted by Christian radio.
  • For the volunteers who faithfully serve at Christian Radio in many different ways.


  • For Alex Adams, a KHCB Trustee, and his family in the home going of his wife, Paula. She went home to be with the Lord June 11. They were married 60 years.
  • For staff member Jim Lingenfelter who has been diagnosed with cancer and is being treated in a hospice facility.
  • For programmer George Thompson who is being treated for cancer.
  • For locating several acres to lease or buy south of Stonewall, TX to relocate the Fredericksburg tower.