"There's something extraordinary that happens when you begin to help radio stations in other parts of the world. You get outside your little world, and you begin to see a bigger vision than just yourself and your own ministry needs. It changes you, your staff and your listeners for good.
When the call comes to help, I would encourage you to say "yes." No one single station can change the world, but imagine the impact we can have on our world for Jesus Christ if each of us just came alongside one radio station from another country and helped them more effectively share the gospel.
The need to help international broadcasters is great...and the need to reach their listeners is even greater."
President, KSBJ Radio
"At Northwestern College we have partnered with key international broadcasters since the 1980's and we are committed to sending a portion of our annual budget each year to help with international projects like those outlined in the website and we heartily encourage other stateside radio stations to trust the Lord for their station budgets to be met while committing to international partnerships."
KDNW 97.3/KDNI 90.5
"There is nothing more exciting than being involved with an International project because of the eternal ramifications and rewards. It blows me away to imagine someone walking up to us in heaven and saying, I found Jesus because your station stepped out in faith and trusted God to bring the gospel to my country."
"Christian radio ministries have a responsibility to get involved with international projects because many countries don't have the gospel on the airwaves. When I think of a country without Christian radio it reminds me of when Jesus looked at a sea of lost people and wept because he knew these lost sheep needed a Good Shepherd. KCBI is involved because we are children of God and that is what children of God do. If it made our Lord and Savior weep, it has to part of our mission - period."
"It is God's desire that all men come to the knowledge of the truth. Being involved with an International project pleases God and brings lost souls to the knowledge of truth."
Sr.VP and General Manager
KCBI Radio, Dallas,Texas
"That is the number one reason I hear from non-commercial media ministries that do not partner with other organizations in mission projects.
If you share that sentiment, then I can show you that when you extend a hand to other ministries with a pure heart, an average of 87% of the people who invest with you in that mission endeavor are not current donors to your general budget. You will see a whole group of people who are investing in the Kingdom who have not invested before, just waiting to invest. They are asking you to add value to their lives.
After all, isn't this the reason for Christian Media - to add value to our audience so our audience can become totally devoted followers of Jesus Christ?"
President of Vertical Horizons Group
VP of International Ministry and
Strategic Partnership for EQUIP