Radio Hope

Radio Ondas de Esperanza ("Radio Hope") proclaims the gospel in Ecuador through quality Christian radio programming.

Radio is the most successful media to reach all social strata, and it has the ability to generate awareness in the largest number of people in the shortest possible time. Radio also reaches places where it is not possible to take the gospel in through other means. Through radio, we want to impact the unreached places in the city and province of Loja with the gospel, especially by promoting stable and functional families.

Current financial needs include the need for a new AM transmitter for Bible-based broadcasts (USD $65,000), a new FM console (USD $10,000), a Voice Enhancer (USD $8,000) and operational support needs. 

Come and Serve

Professionals for the production of radio programs: Requires experience in communication (journalism, programming, editing, announcing)

Counselor: Must possess knowledge and tools to help people with relationship difficulties and spiritual conflicts.

IT Support Technician: Requires knowledge in Windows and Linux operating systems.
Technical Engineer (Radio): Must have knowledge in telecommunication for the installation and maintenance of antennas, repeaters and radio studios.

Prayers

1

Pray for the approval of the FM frequency and additional repeaters.

2

Pray for financial support to maintain the project.

3

Pray for the Lord to bring announcers, technicians and counsellors to join our team.


Stories about this ministry

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Are stay-at-home missionary moms really “missionaries”? Does their sometimes exhausting work on behalf of their families negate their role in building the Kingdom of God?

A new wave of Latino missionaries

Nearly every Latino candidate I meet wants to work in the unreached places of the world and do some of the hardest work. God is raising up a new wave of missionaries in South America, and we are joyfully equipping them for service and sending them to these unreached areas.

A ceramic community and God’s perfect providence

Cera is a small ceramic community in the rural area of Loja Province. Read more about how God brought the Barbee family there to launch a missional business with a small group of believers who are eager to make an impact in their own community.

We do whatever it takes to start new churches

The son of a Methodist father and a Muslim mother, Shodankeh Johnson serves with New Harvest Global Ministries in Sierra Leone. Making use of the principles of DMM (Disciple Making Movements), he and his team have planted some 2,000 churches.

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