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September 2012

The purpose and focus of Voice for Christ Ministries is to provide Christian radio for Native and rural Alaskans, and we thank you for your support of that mission.

For over a year we have also been streaming our flagship station, KIAM, over the internet. Not only has that provided an alternative way to be heard here in Alaska, but as a bonus, listeners from around the world can now receive our broadcasts.

We recently received a message from a man named Otache of Benue State in Nigeria, Africa.  He wrote, 

I really thank the voices for Christ for they to be there for our spiritual growth, and to make their audio messages free for us, to get from net.  I need (such) material that will guide me to grow more spiritually.  Thanks.”

     What a joy it is to see that God is using our efforts here in Alaska to touch lives all across the globe!  Thank you so much for your partnership in that work.


In His grip,

Palmer Bailey

VFCM Business Manager


August 2012

Dear Brothers and Sisters, 

Your prayers and donations make a huge difference in people’s lives.  Ken C. recently wrote to our website:

Having only two stations previously to listen in on (APRN and KBYR) here in Prudhoe, I was greatly amazed when on a whim I searched my truck’s radio and the Bluegrass Hour brought a huge smile on my face!  It has been a couple years I think when we lost your signal and I was quite bummed about it.  Now, you're on my dial, folks here on the slope are listening, and God's voice is being heard in an otherwise "dark" atmosphere.  KIAM is bringing teaching, music, testimonies, and the Light of Christ in a part of the world where God's presence is much needed. Thank you so much and please stay on the slope!”            

Greg Pippin

VFCM Board Member 



July 2012

A number of workers have thanked VFCM for a Christian radio broadcast to which they are able to listen in their trucks as they work on the North Slope. Nonbelievers and believers are hearing the gospel through our recently repaired transmitter in Deadhorse near Prudhoe Bay. From a low-power translator station such as the one at Deadhorse, one would expect reception only within about five miles of the antenna. In this case, the local conditions are allowing workers to hear the broadcast as far away as the Kuparuk River crossing, some twelve miles from the transmitter. We praise God for the enlarged coverage. Yukon River listeners thanked us for enabling them to communicate with one another and for our river reports on which they depend for water level forecasts.

They pointed out that “All of us fisher people in the area have no access to a computer and for those that do have a satellite phone, the service is spotty…”

These testimonies are just a sample of the results of your partnership with VFCM in providing Christian Radio to Alaska. Thank you. (2 Cor. 9:12-15).


John Fenton

Volunteer for VFCM

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