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. Continue reading “Internet radio station key in Filipino conversion”
by James D. Suiter
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Tex. (BNc) — Have you ever wished that we had a morning wake-up radio program in churches of Christ and encouraging programming on radio to listen to from the brotherhood throughout the day? I know I have.
KnowTheTruthRadio.org has a morning program, with Robert Stapleton at 6 and with Luis and Mike Long at 7-9 and other speakers through the day and evening.
There is a chat box in which listeners on the net can engage the speakers, and even have a request for folks to call in on some programming with comments or questions and prayer requests.
It was such a breath of fresh air when GBN came along. Now we have a radio station to listen to 24/7 with great a capella singing in between the lessons!
Check it out and tell others about KnowTheTruthRadio.org. This is one of five brotherhood stations all streaming on the net on radio40.org.
Luis is a graduate of the Bear Valley Institute of Denver and these stations are working in cooperation with the Brown Trail School of Preaching in Texas.
BEDFORD, Tex. (BNc) — The Brown Trail School of Preaching began a new teaching tool and outreach program in English last week for the Internet.
BTRadio.Net has been broadcasting Bible classes and sermons over the Internet in Spanish for nearly a year. The English broadcast launched April 30.
BTRadio started its English offerings with two live programs.
The first is “Search The Scriptures,” a daily program airing at 4:00 a.m. Central Time, with a rebroadcast at 12:00 p.m., hosted by BTSOP Director Robert Stapleton.
The second live program, SWISH, is hosted by J.J. Hendrix, Field Representative at BTSOP. This program is broadcast live Tuesday through Thursday at 10:00 a.m. and rebroadcast at 1:00 p.m.
In addition, Pat McIntosh, Dean of Students, will begin a series of studies on Intertestament History. Following that series, he will continue to speak on a weekly basis.
Plans call for additional tracks to be added soon with teams of students from the English Department teaching weekly lessons.
The program directors hope to eventually develop a searchable database of classes and sermons, providing listeners with still more opportunity to study God’s Word.
Brother Stapleton broadcasted the first live sermons April 30 through May 2, on the subjects, “Our Obligation to the Truth,” “How to be the First Century Church in the 21st Century,” and “Are You Sure You Are Saved?”
All speakers for the program will either be staff members or students currently at BTSOP.
The live broadcast can be accessed online here.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — At the appreciation dinner given in his honor Feb. 26 at the Southeast Institute for Biblical Studies, Winford Claiborne announced that Jody Apple will follow him as the third speaker for International Gospel Hour.
Jody is a member of the SEIBS faculty and serves as Director of Information and Technology.
He previously served churches in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Lebanon, Tenn., and Media, Penn. Continue reading “International Gospel Hour names Jody Apple new speaker”
In an email interview with David Harris, BNc asked him about the program’s origins and development.
Can you give us a little background about the radio program?
It all started in October of 2008. I was sitting in my office one afternoon, when Mike Trusty, a Gospel preacher, walked in and said that he had just bought a radio station. He wanted to know if I would like to have a radio program. He said he would give me one half hour of air time free on his radio station, KEQX. I told him that I had been thinking of something like this but money had been an issue. Continue reading “Harris & Moore Expedition Through the Bible answers live questions”