KBHW set to tackle new projects

“A new year and a new list of projects,” said Bruce Christopherson, station manager of KBHW Christian radio over in International Falls.
Christopherson said they saw many wonderful blessings when looking back on 2003.
“God took care of us financially in the midst of a challenging economy while, at the same time, allowing us to upgrade several translators and putting together and programming another radio station for our new service of traditional Christian music, the ‘Sanctuary,’” he noted.
“We also applied for, and received approval for, performance enhancing upgrades for two translators in Hoyt Lakes and Chisholm, and have applied for four completely new FM translators,” Christopherson added. Christopherson said as they finish these projects in 2004, many individuals who have been without a strong source of Christian radio finally will be able to benefit from solid teaching and encouraging Christian music.
“That is the bottom line reason for any expansion efforts,” he noted. “I believe God has led in each of these projects and I believe He will supply for the finances to complete them.”
Christopherson said KBHW’s board of directors has spent many, many hours over the past few months seeking, discussin,g and praying for God’s will in this ministry.
Each of them would appreciate your prayers for wisdom as they lead and direct, he added.
“And pray also for the staff of these stations,” said Christopherson. “We count it a great privilege to serve here and thank God for each day and each new opportunity.”
As 2003 was a year of preparation, 2004 could be the year of completion of these projects that were started, Christopherson concluded.
“Thank you for your partnership in making KBHW and Heartland Christian Broadcasting a strong tool of ministry,” he remarked.