Internet radio station key in Filipino conversion

QUINLAN, Tex. (BNC) — A woman in the Philippines was converted last week through the Internet radio station, Know the Truth Radio, Steve Weeks, of KTTR, said.

Several months ago, Henry Doty of Dayton, Oh., invited an online acquaintance to listen to kttr.org.

Imelda started listening to the broadcast and participated in the online chat. She became interested in learning more about the gospel. Filipino preacher Ed Maq agreed to visit Imelda and assist in this evangelism effort.

Ed enlisted the aid of Efren and Joy Esteban, Christians who live near Imelda, to set up a study. They invited her to church meetings and studied with her and some of her neighbors.

Imelda continued to listen to kttr.org and participate in the chat.

After several studies with Ed, Efren, and Joy, Imelda decided to put the Lord on in baptism this past weekend and was added to the body of Christ. Randy Macapagal, another gospel preacher, also assisted.

“We rejoice with her and with our Father in heaven as we now have a new sister!” Steve wrote.

KTTR is hosted by Radio40.org, a 24-hour broadcast in English and Spanish with the gospel of Christ. The service consists of five Internet radio stations, one English and four Spanish, with the purpose of broadcasting biblical content with the best audio quality.

Luis Camacho, of Quinlan, Tex., oversees this effort, which is sponsored by the Quinlan, Tex., congregation.

This report was based on information provided by Steve Weeks, James Suiter, and website information.

Randal and his wife Vicki have lived and worked in Brazil since Nov. 1984. They have three children, two daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren. He likes to read novels in his back-porch hammock. http://randal.us

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  1. Brother Randal, thank you for sharing this story! The only thing I would mention is that http://www.kttr.org is not part of the Brown Trail work, they have their own internet radio ministry at http://www.btradio.net. You are correct that KnowTheTruthRadio.org is overseen by Luis Camacho. Thanks again for sharing!

    • Luis Camacho works under the oversight of the Quinlan, TX congregation, he was instrumental in setting up btradio.net and continues a close working relationship with them. Thanks again.

    • Steve, thanks. On the site both links are given side-by-side, as if they lead to the same place/content. So I confess to being a bit confused. But I’ll fix that in the story.

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