Did you enjoy hearing the speakers and teachers at Creation Fest? Get even more bible teaching 24/7 from Calvary Chapel Radio: http://www.calvarychapelradio.co.uk/.
Based in the UK, the radio station is dedicated to making bible teaching accessible. Pastors on air include Brian Broderson, Chuck Smith, Bob Caldwell, Cheryl Broderson, Dorothy Bennett, Ken Ham and many more Calvary Chapel pastors and teachers.
Listen online or on your mobile phone (iPhone, Android, Windows and Nokia are all supported) or on Sky Digital channel 0156.
Find out more about Calvary Chapel churches across the UK at http://calvarychapel.com/.
Do you think we’re living in the ‘end times’? Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of legendary evangelist preacher Billy Graham, has her father’s heart for ministry. In this interview on Premier Christian Radio she talks about her ministry, working outside her comfort zone and about why she believes Jesus will return soon, perhaps even in her own lifetime…
Listen online here.
Premier Christian Media are currently looking for volunteer Radio Activists to spread the word about the work that Premier is doing to further God’s kingdom.
If you are a regular listener to Premier Radio and passionately believe in the importance of having a united Christian voice across the UK, consider becoming a Radio Activist. You can help spread the news the works of Premier Christian media, from broadcasting and print to campaign via evangelistic initiatives, events and festivals. As a Radio Activist you will be the first to hear about what is going on before everyone else. You can also help to inform your church about how they can get involved in various campaigns and projects run by Premier.
So, if you or someone you know would like to be Radio Activists in your area, go to http://www.premier.org.uk/features/radio%20activist.aspx to sign up.
Cross Rhythms are a charity promoting the gospel through Christian music in the UK. They profile artists, review music and publish articles and news about Christian music and musicians. They also run three local radio stations, in Plymouth, Stoke-on-Trent and Stockton-on-Tees. You can find out more about the work of Cross Rhythms on Kingdom Vision, or on the Cross Rhythms website at www.crossrhythms.co.uk
There are regular opportunities for volunteers in the following roles at Cross Rhythms – follow the links below to find out more about each role and how to apply:
Music reviewers – Cross Rhythms are sent stacks of CDs to review, if you love writing about music this could be for you!
Transcribers of interviews with Christian music artists – you just need time and a computer
Prayer Supporters – commit to praying regularly for the Cross Rhythms ministry and vision
There are occasionally opportunities to serve in other ways with Cross Rhythms radio stations and other roles.
UCB is a Christian media ministry formed to promote the good news of Jesus Christ. UCB has five radio stations, three broadcasting on DAB Digital Radio and all available to listen online.
UCB Radio Channels
- UCB UK - the station with chat, discussion, great interviews and the ‘top 20′ in contemporary Christian music. UCB UK is available on DAB Digital radio nationally across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. You can also listen on digital satellite channel 0125, digital cable channel 914 and online at www.ucb.co.uk/listen.
- UCB Gospel features the best in Gospel music from around the world. It is available via DAB Digital radio across the North West and North East and through to the West Midlands. You can also listen on digital satellite 0135 and online at www.ucbmedia.co.uk/listen/gospel.
To find out whether you can receive UCB digital radio channels in your area, go to www.getdigitalradio.com and enter your postcode.
Tune in to UCB TV to watch popular shows such as Adventures in Odyssey, Living Truth, Hillsong and Abundant Life, as well as enjoy some of the best international conferences, documentaries and movies. Watch on Sky channel 586 on online at www.ucb.co.uk/ucb-watch/all-shows.html.
UCB TV is now also available for mobile phones via the Yamgo mobile TV network – visit http://yamgo.mobi/ on your mobile phone to view using a 3G or Wi-Fi connection.