touching hearts on shores worldwide

We Believe that everyone should have access to the Gospel

By sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ worldwide through media and partnerships, we are able to provide radio programs in heart languages.

Where we work

A heart language is the language that someone was born to speak. By partnering with local pastors, we are able to provide radio programs in those heart languages. This allows what is aired to by culturally relevant to the people who listen — not just a translation of English programming.

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global updates

Every Monday we release a one minute update that relates to what’s going on in the countries we broadcast in. Often times we also share testimonies from our listeners!

Don Shenk - January 20, 2020

Criminal Discipleship

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the gospel tide hour

Originally aired from 1946-2010, the Gospel Tide Hour was a Sunday morning broadcast started by our founder, Charlie Byers. We are bringing these sermons back to life by putting them online for anyone to listen to.

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