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HCJB Global Reaching 1 Million Households in Arab World with Local Programming, Research Shows - Reach Beyond (formerly HCJB Global)
- Tuesday, May 12, 2009
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Recent research shows HCJB Global, an international media and healthcare ministry, is now reaching more than 1 million Arab households weekly across the North Africa/Middle East region via radio broadcasts through its strategic media outreach. The research was conducted by Intermedia, an international media research organization.
"The households in the Arab world have many challenges. They are searching for a message of hope and love, and that is our focus as we reach out," said HCJB Global President Wayne Pederson.
HCJB Global's media strategy in the region has a two-pronged approach. First, it's engaging ...Read Full Post »
- Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Wayne Pederson will become HCJB Global's new president on Saturday, Nov. 1, the international missions organization announced today. Pederson, now vice president of Moody Broadcasting, will replace David Johnson, who stepped down in June after serving for seven years. Dr. James D. Allen has been serving as acting president.
Pederson is the seventh person to serve as HCJB Global's president. He has been a member of the board of directors of HCJB Global for 2½ years. He also has worked with the ministry to raise money for key projects, including the launch of its satellite ministry in Latin ...
12 Radio Partners from Asia Pacific Region Help with Teaching in Singapore - Reach Beyond (formerly HCJB Global)
- Monday, May 11, 2009
In late March HCJB Global's Asia Pacific Region held its annual Radio School of Mission II in Singapore as radio station leaders met in Singapore for a week. Twelve different ministries were represented with attendees coming from across the region to take the more advanced training.
Participants had previously been in Singapore for Radio School of Mission I a year earlier. During the 12 months between visits, students worked on a research project, finding the answer to a key question relevant to their own ministry. Then they presented their findings to the class.
"There were some excellent projects presented ...