Broadcasting Light in the Darkness
Radio Glory broadcasts expositional Bible teaching, preaching, Christian music, chronological reading of the Scriptures, Christian family programming, hygiene, prerecorded local church services, live choirs, local news, and Sunday School lessons.
In 2003, two containers filled with a 300' radio tower in 10' sections, studio equipment, paint, and everything necessary to erect Radio Glory made their way to Congo. Only after many Saturday morning prayer meetings held in the greater Detroit area, lavish funding from dear friends in the U.S., months of fundraising, setbacks, waiting on God's timing, and tenacious faith - knowing that this was the plan of God - plus a very close call as one of the containers almost fell off the barge on its way up the Congo River in Kinshasa, to the port city of Pindi, 20 miles from the mission of Nkara-Ewa.
Radio Glory or Radio Nkembo is staffed by Congolese pastors/professors of Laban Bible Institute at Nkara, is powered by a diesel generator, and is heard up to 450 kilometers from its location.
Since 2004, Radio Glory has broadcast expositional Bible teaching, preaching, Christian Music, chronological reading of the Scriptures, Christian family programming, hygiene, prerecorded local church services, live choirs, local news, and Sunday School lessons. It is the only Bible many will ever hear. Fondly known as "Mama," Radio Glory is a part of many villages' morning devotionals.
It has been used by God to give hope to the hopeless, comfort the hearts of those in abject poverty with the knowledge that the best is yet to come, woo those who are Christ-less to our Savior, and help reconcile battered marriages through the Eternal Word of God.
To God be the glory! Great things He has done!
Meet our pastors who work tirelessly to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to the people of Congo via Radio Glory
This is how people listen to Radio Glory in the villages. Not everyone has a radio, so friends and clans gather to tune in everyday at 5 PM