I know what the Bible says because I listen to Radio 4VEH

June 30 2015

In the 1960s, the team at Radio 4VEH, One Mission Society’s radio ministry in Haiti, realized that most people across Haiti did not have a radio receiver to listen to Radio 4VEH. So, they began the ministry’s first distribution campaign of radios fix-tuned to Radio 4VEH. About 2,000 radios were assembled by a team of engineers and given out to communities, sharing the message of Jesus and reinforcing community development.

Communities would listen to the radio together; in many villages, coming around the radio to listen to a church service was the first time they had church in those villages, and many churches were planted as a result. But these bulky units needed frequent battery replacement. Today, as part of the Resounding Hope initiative, we give out solar-powered radios (now also with audio Bible in Haitian Creole) as part of evangelism and outreach alongside local churches, connecting families in need with daily hope and help from Radio 4VEH.

Did you know:

  • 4 in 5 people in Haiti live in poverty, surviving on less than $2 a day?
  • 4 in 5 adults in Haiti cannot read or write well enough to cope with daily life?

Many Haitians live without reliable electricity and can’t afford to buy a radio or replace batteries. That’s why we give out solar-powered, hand-held radios fix-tuned to Radio 4VEH, with an audio New Testament in Haiti’s mother tongue, Haitian Creole. Each radio reaches about six people every day with a message of hope and help.

“I’m 65 years old. I can’t even write my name. But I know what the Bible says because I listen to it on Radio 4VEH”

Radio 4VEH has been serving God and the Haitian people since 1950; we celebrated our 65th anniversary on June 2.

How to help:

1. One of the best ways to reach, teach, and serve the people of Haiti is as a monthly donor to Radio 4VEH. Monthly donors provide steady, reliable funds that help take care of regular expenses to produce and broadcast radio programs that make a lasting difference in listeners’ lives. Your support every month will transform lives, one listener at a time.

A monthly gift of $25 will sponsor a 30-minute radio program. Become a 4VEH monthly donor today by clicking here for #469960.

2. We’re at a critical time of year at Radio 4VEH, when donations are often well below regular monthly expenses. Your partnership is urgently needed to help raise $54,000 this summer so that life-transforming radio programs continue to reach people with the Gospel. Would you pray and consider how you can help? Make your donation today at: https://onemissionsociety.org/give/radio-4veh.

trategic prayer requests:

Equipment is a constant challenge at Radio 4VEH. From generators that provide electricity every day to internet service that allows us to reach Haitians online, from computers that record and broadcast programs to the air-conditioning in the building that keeps people and equipment functioning when it’s 100 degrees outside. Please pray for the Lord’s hand on our equipment, for those who maintain and fix the equipment when parts are not easily available, and for funds needed to replace critical equipment this year (computers, air conditioning).

Staff: Many of our staff serve as pastors and lay-leaders of their local churches and outreach ministries, in addition to their roles at Radio 4VEH. Please pray for the Lord to bless them, their families, churches and ministries, and to strengthen and encourage them in their daily roles at Radio 4VEH.

Tags: haiti, radio ministry, radio 4veh,

One Mission Society "After the Show" - Gaudin Charles

June 26 2015

We hope you enjoyed last night's (Sunday, June 28) One Mission Stories, OMS' radio program, featuring the seventh in a series of "road show" episodes, highlighting Haitian Gaudin Charles, who served for 50 years with Radio 4VEH in Haiti, including as the director for many years. Gaudin continues to record programs for the station from his home in Miami on a weekly basis.

Everyone has a story ... enjoy Gaudin's... and make sure you take the time to share yours!

Here are our "After the Show" resources to better connect you with things you heard about on last night's program.

GO: Do you want to be a missionary, either short- or long-term with OMS? Check out the opportunities, including all the upcoming short-term trips with MFM.

GIVE: If you would like to donate to any OMS ministries, you can do so online.

PRAY: Praise God for Gauidin's life and faithfulness. Pray for his two sons who have sickle cell disease.

If you would like to pray for other OMS needs, visit our OMS prayer wall.

COMMUNICATION RESOURCES: Are you looking for archived radio podcasts, OMS books, videos, OMS Outreach magazine, social media connections, etc...check out our media website: https://oms.media

You can also purchase OMS books by contacting the OMS World HQ... call or email Lori McFall at 317.888.3333, ext. 366, or email lmcfall@onemissionsociety.org. You can also purchase Let the Rocks Cry Out, mentioned in the podcast, here.

If you'd like a FREE copy of His Banner Over Me by Florence Cavender, write to Lori at: lmcfall@onemissionsociety.org.

INFO: Tune in to next week's One Mission Stories to hear an encore presentation of Roger Kruse, a church multiplication facilitator in India and the South Pacific. If you would like to know more about any of our ministries around the world, please email us at sloobie@onemissionsociety.org.

If you missed this program or any of our previous programs, click here to listen to the broadcast/podcast on podbean.

Each week, you can listen live on Freedom 95 at 95.9 FM or 950 AM or live streaming at www.freedom95.us. Our programs air every Sunday night from 7-8 p.m.

Tags: radio ministry, radio stories, missionary testimonies, haiti, haitan radio,

​“I can’t accept Christ today”

June 11 2015

By Kate Michel, Marketing & Communications Director, Radio 4VEH/Resounding Hope

It’s true that Haiti is a “religious” country—Catholicism and Voodoo are its official religions. Any time spent on the streets reveals shop names like The Good Shepherd for the local hardware store; art painted on the taptaps and the local buses that serve as shared taxis claim the Lord’s protection. Yet conversations again and again reveal the truth—that so many people in Haiti have never heard or understood the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus, of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.

One elderly woman’s comments just broke my heart. I was with a short-term mission team from Findlay Evangelical Free Church in Findlay, Ohio. They had focused their Christmas giving on Resounding Hope solar radios, and we were in Haiti with the 4VEH team to share the Gospel and give out solar radios: so the folks at Findlay could be part of their giving in action. We worked alongside Pastor Deusma in a village of about 600 people not far from Cap-Haitien—Radio 4VEH has been working with Pastor Deusma for a few years, reinforcing the witness of the tiny church he has planted there by providing villagers with solar radios to speak hope and help every day through Radio 4VEH broadcasting and the audio Bible in the language they understand best, Haitian Creole.

We stopped in the yard of one family home to speak to an elderly lady who was shelling peas. Though others in her village have come to Christ, and the tiny church is growing and nurturing those new in the faith, this lady’s response to the Gospel message was clear. And it’s one that I’ve heard so often, as she, like so many, think that they need to fix themselves, sort out their problems, pay back a debt they owe to the witch doctor or do something to be counted “good enough” for Jesus. “I can’t accept Jesus today. I have a bad back and can’t walk to church.”

It broke my heart. If only she knew who Jesus really is.


Please pray:

  • For this lady—that she will hear and understand God’s grace, and will come to know Jesus as her Savior.
  • For Pastor Deusma and the church in this village: for their own faith and courage as they follow Jesus and for their witness for Christ to those around them.
  • For the message of the Gospel of grace as it goes out across the airwaves on Radio 4VEH. Please pray that the Good News will be shared in clear and compelling ways through music, drama, preaching, advice, prayer and conversation. Pray for those listening, that God will prepare their hearts to receive him and encourage those who know him.

Tags: haiti, voodoo, witch doctor, good news, shelling peas,

One Mission Stories "After the Show" - Margaret Bonnette

June 10 2015

We hope you enjoyed last night's (Sunday, June 14) One Mission Stories, OMS' radio program, featuring the sixth in a series of "road show" episodes, highlighting OMS retiree Margaret Bonnette, who served for 23 years in Haiti as a nurse. Margaret, a wonderful woman-full of passion, fun, and love for Jesus, shares stories of how God miraculously transformed her life when she accepted him and how she LOVES to celebrate her birthday each year. She also shared several many stories-both fun and serious about life in Haiti. (NOTE: Margaret was able to celebrate 91 birthdays. We taped this interview in November, and Margaret went to heaven on June 2.)

Everyone has a story ... enjoy Margaret's... and make sure you take the time to share yours!

Here are our "After the Show" resources to better connect you with things you heard about on last night's program.

GO: Do you want to be a missionary, either short- or long-term with OMS? Check out the opportunities, including all the upcoming short-term trips with MFM.

GIVE: If you would like to donate to any OMS ministries, you can do so online.

PRAY: Pray for Sydney (and family), Margaret's daughter, as she mourns the loss of her mama.

If you would like to pray for other OMS needs, visit our OMS prayer wall.

COMMUNICATION RESOURCES: Are you looking for archived radio podcasts, OMS books, videos, OMS Outreach magazine, social media connections, etc...check out our media website: https://oms.media

You can also purchase OMS books, like Yippee in My Soul, mentioned in this broadcast written by Margaret, by contacting the OMS World HQ... call or email Lori McFall at 317.888.3333, ext. 366, or email lmcfall@onemissionsociety.org.

If you'd like a FREE copy of His Banner Over Me by Florence Cavender, write to Lori at: lmcfall@onemissionsociety.org.

INFO: Tune in to next week's One Mission Stories to hear from Haitian Gaudin Charles, who led the Radio 4VEH ministry for many years. If you would like to know more about any of our ministries around the world, please email us at sloobie@onemissionsociety.org.

If you missed this program or any of our previous programs, click here to listen to the broadcast/podcast on podbean.

Each week, you can listen live on Freedom 95 at 95.9 FM or 950 AM or live streaming at www.freedom95.us. Our programs air every Sunday night from 7-8 p.m.

Tags: radio, stories, haiti, nursing, ministry,

One Mission Stories "After the Show" -- Storly and Kate Michel

February 21 2014

We hope you enjoyed last night's (Sunday, March 8) One Mission Stories, OMS' radio program, featuring OMS missionaries Storly and Kate Michel, serving with Radio for 4VEH in Haiti. Storly is the station manager, and Kate serves as the director of Communications and Marketing for the station. They make their home in Indiana, but they travel to Haiti several times each year.

Everyone has a story ... enjoy the Michels ... and make sure you take the time to share yours!

Here are our "After the Show" resources to better connect you with things you heard about on last night's program.

GO: Do you want to be a missionary, either short- or long-term with OMS? Check out the opportunities, including all the upcoming short-term trips with MFM.

GIVE: If you would like to donate to any OMS ministries, you can do so online.

PRAY: Pray for Michels as they make plans to travel to Haiti this summer to spend a month or so there. Pray for funding for the radio station, and pray that the radios would continue to be used to bring people in Haiti to Him.

If you would like to pray for other OMS needs, visit our OMS prayer wall.

COMMUNICATION RESOURCES: Are you looking for OMS books, videos, OMS Outreach magazine, social media connections, etc...check out our media website: https://oms.media

You can also purchase OMS books by contacting the OMS World HQ... call or email Lori McFall at 317.888.3333, ext. 366, or email lmcfall@onemissionsociety.org.

If you'd like a FREE copy of His Banner Over Me by Florence Cavender, write to Lori at: lmcfall@onemissionsociety.org.

INFO: Tune in to next week's One Mission Stories to hear from OMS UK missionary Alan Parkinson, who serves in the South Pacific. If you would like to know more about any of our ministries around the world, please email us at sloobie@onemissionsociety.org.

If you missed this program or any of our previous programs, click here to listen to the broadcast/podcast on podbean.

Each week, you can listen live on Freedom 95 at 95.9 FM or 950 AM or live streaming at www.freedom95.us. Our programs air every Sunday night from 7-8 p.m.

Tags: be a missionary, become a missionary, give to missions, haiti, homes for haiti, missions, missions in haiti, one mission society, one mission stories, radio, radio 4veh, radio ministry, resounding hope, short term missions, world missions,

Mother - Son Connection in Haiti

February 20 2015

It seems to be that mothers and their sons have a particularly remarkable relationship. Biblically speaking, there are some great examples of the mother/son connection. Hannah prayed long and hard for a child, and the Lord blessed her with a son named Samuel. The Word says that Hannah promised to offer Samuel to the Lord so that he could serve him as long as he lived. In the New Testament, Eunice, the mother of Timothy, passed along her faith to her son. And, of course, Jesus had a distinctive and close relationship with his mother, Mary.

When I met Widline and her son Junior in Haiti, it was evident that they have a unique rapport too. Junior was timid and shy to meet me and to be interviewed, but his mom gave him the reassurance and encouragement to answer my questions to the best of his ability. Widline told me of how God provides for her family of six children, two of those being boys. Although Widline fell sick when she was a teenager and almost died, she was healed after much suffering, yet she was not able to graduate from school.

As a result of Widline’s inability to finish school, she puts a lot of value on seeing Junior complete his education. This courageous mom passes on her love for God’s Word to her son as well. Junior is a Starfish Kid, and the prompting he receives from his mom to learn about the Bible is evident as he shares with me that his favorite biblical story is when Jesus calls the little children to follow him. Junior’s life is not only being transformed at home, through the love and support of his mom, but also at school, where as a SFK, he is seeing the value of following Christ and sponsorship. He hopes to help other children some day, just as through the program he and his family are getting assistance.

Psalm 91:1 is a verse Widline put to memory. It says, “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.” As she passes on the importance of relying on God in all things to Junior, I suspect he will indeed help others as he is able. Do you see the correlation between that mother/son relationship? That same pattern of cohesiveness can easily overflow into the connection between sponsors and their SFK child or children. With the same spirit of love, compassion, and generosity, children’s lives can be affected by God’s people passing along the transformational power of sponsorship.

By Angela Chandler, OMS Communications

Would you like to know more about OMS' Starfish Kids ministry? Email us at info@onemissionsociety.org to learn more.

Tags: ministry to kids, starfish kids, haiti, education, sponsorship

No More Running Away

November 21 2014

Editor’s word: This is a longer than normal testimony, but well worth the time to read it. It’s by Jen, an ob/gyn physician from Oregon who participated as a short-term volunteer on an Men for Missions medical mission trip to Haiti in early November 2014.

We arrived at Mango Bridge and set up 4 consultation areas (3 doctors and 1 nurse), 1 chiropractic treatment area, 1 vitals station (blood pressure/pulse), 4 prayer/evangelism stations and a pharmacy. With the strength and grace of God we were able to see, treat and minister to over 200 people! If you speak to each person on our team you will get a different story about what impacted them most at the mobile clinic. I would like to share with you my story...

At the end of the day, a woman entered my consultation "room" to be seen. She had serious scars on her face, neck and right arm. But most distressing of all was her left hand. It was severely swollen and deformed, rendered unusable, and had several open wounds with obviously necrotic tissue. She explained that she had fallen into a fire in June and was severely burned. She then also showed me more scarring on her back and chest. With the help of some people in her church, she had gone to the government-run hospital in Cap-Haitien for treatment. They were able to provide treatment for most of her burns, but recommended that her left hand be amputated. As a single mother of three children, she could not accept this treatment plan as it would render her unable to perform many of the daily tasks that are required of her. So, she returned home.

By God's miraculous power most of her burns healed, although she is left with scars. But her hand was very severely damaged and had become infected. The infection has been so prolonged and severe that the tissue in her fingers had swollen to the point that the skin split open and I could see the bones of each of her fingers. There was obviously dead tissue surrounding each of these splits and also a large open wound on the back of her hand that had likely never healed from the original burn. I was moved to tears. I have never seen anything so horrific in my medical career. I desperately wanted to run away.

She explained how her husband had left her with their three children (ages 6-10) and she used what little money she had to feed and educate her children. She had no money left over for transportation or medical care for herself. She had not seen a doctor since August. She had a tremendous amount of pain, but sat stoically as I examined her mangled hand. More tears. More desire to run.

I spent several minutes emphasizing to this woman the extreme urgency and importance of seeking hospital care for this problem, knowing there was nothing medically meaningful we could do at this mobile clinic. I explained that while a surgeon might not be able to save her hand, they might be able to save her life. I wanted to get her out of my consultation room as quickly as possible, because her hand was disgusting to look at.

But the Holy Spirit tugged my heartstrings and clearly told me there were some things I could do to help this woman. I led her outside to pray with some members of our team and we prayed for miraculous healing. I then led her to the pharmacy area and gathered several supplies. Almost as an afterthought, I had hurried around the (permanent) clinic in the morning to gather some simple surgical tools and supplies (gauze, iodine cleaning solution, tape, scissors, scalpel, tweezers, ointment). These are not items that they typically bring on a mobile medical clinic, but somehow the Lord must have known I would need them.

I gave her an injection of an anti-inflammatory/pain medication and then began the tedious work of cleaning and debriding her wounds. To distract her I began to ask her about her family and she called over a beautiful young girl that she introduced as her daughter. She then showed me a photo of her with her three children. The photo was tattered and obviously a couple of years old, but she held it out for me to see as if it was her most treasured possession. As she shared with me the names of her children her face lit up with a tremendous smile.

The storm clouds began to gather, the rest of the patients had been seen and everyone was quickly packing up the pharmacy and other supplies so we could leave before it started raining. I continued to work and I could tell by the occasional flinches that this was a painful process for her. Once the wounds were cleaned the best I could and some of the dead tissue had been removed, I began to bandage up each one of her almost unrecognizable fingers. At one point while I was concentrating, the woman touched my arm with her good hand to get my attention, looked me in the eye and began to sing to me with the most angelic voice. More tears. But this time all I wanted to do was stay and sit with this beautiful sister in Christ.

I asked the interpreter what the words were to her song. When the woman finished singing she shared that she was singing Psalm 27, which was her favorite Scripture to reflect on when she is facing hardship:

The Lord is my light and my salvation - so why should I be afraid?

The Lord is my fortress, protecting me from danger - so why should I tremble?

The one thing I ask of the Lord - the thing I seek most - is to live in the house of the Lord all the days of my life...

Yet I am confident I will see the Lord's goodness while I am here in the land of the living.

It is only by a true miracle from the Most High King that this woman - who had so many reasons to be afraid, so many circumstances which could cause her to tremble, so many things she could ask of the Lord, and so many reasons to doubt the goodness of God - could sing these words.

It is only by a true miracle from the Most High King that this woman - a fearful, trembling, unequipped ob/gyn from Oregon, who has spent the past two weeks seeing medical cases that would cause many to doubt the goodness of God - could be shaped into a vessel to pour out His love to one of His hurting daughters.

Today, I praise my heavenly Father for the opportunity to serve His kingdom. I praise Jesus Christ, who came to unite us together in His name. And I praise the Holy Spirit who breaks my heart to the point of action, so that I would not miss my opportunity to bless and to be blessed.

Whatever difficulty you are facing today, hold tight to the promise of Psalm 27 - do not be afraid; do not tremble; you will live in the house of the Lord, and you will see His goodness while you are here in the land of the living.

In His service,

Jen

Photos of the actual medical trip, but none include the woman treated. Dr. Jen is pictured in the second picture down, green scrubs.

Tags: haiti, medical missions, doctor, compassion, short-term trip,

One Mission Stories "After the Show" - Mary Lou Wunker

August 5 2014

We hope you enjoyed last night's (Sunday, Aug. 10) One Mission Stories, OMS' radio program, featuring OMS Canada missionary, Mary Lou Wunker, who served in Haiti for more than 30 years and now serves in the offices of OMS Canada. Mary Lou shares how she grew up knowing Jesus and had some misconceptions of missions, but she always knew she wanted to serve the Lord through teaching.

Everyone has a story ... enjoy Mary Lou's!

Here are our "After the Show" resources to better connect you with things you heard about on last night's program.

GO: Do you want to be a missionary, either short- or long-term with OMS? Check out the opportunities, including all the upcoming short-term trips with MFM.

Learn about the Loja (Ecuador) Challenge 2015! Check out the Facebook page.

GIVE: If you would like to donate to any OMS ministries, you can do so online.

PRAY: Pray for Mary Lou. Pray for the many changes in the OMS Canada office--pray that she might be flexible in the midst of those changes. Pray also that she can be an encouragement to both missionaries and donors.

If you would like to pray for other OMS needs, visit our OMS prayer wall.

BOOKS/RESOURCES: You can purchase all OMS books through our OMS store on Amazon or by contacting the OMS World HQ... call or email Barb Sandoz at 317.888.3333, ext. 313, or email bsandoz@onemissionsociety.org.

OMS Outreach magazine was also mentioned on the broadcast. If you'd like to view the magazine, you can see it online here.

To connect your kids to fun mission activities, check out our One Mission Kids website.

INFO: Tune in to next week's One Mission Stories to hear from OMS missionary Jim Hogrefe. Jim has many stories to share of his time in Russia and trips to India. If you would like to know more about any of our ministries around the world, please email us at radio@onemissionsociety.org.

If you missed this program or any of our previous programs, click here to listen to the broadcast on podbean.

Each week, you can listen live on Freedom 95 at 95.9 FM or 950 AM or live streaming at www.freedom95.us. Our programs air every Sunday night from 7-8 p.m.

Tags: haiti, missionary teacher,

​Hannah’s Heart for Haiti

July 16 2014

“Would you like to help build a house in Haiti?” Eager-eyed children at One Mission Society’s International Conference asked that question or a similar one of me this past weekend. How could I say no? All the cash I brought with me was wiped out by the first night! If you recall, the OMS blog has mentioned the Homes for Haiti Bon Repos project several times before the conference. Well, the kids attending the conference embraced the challenge of finding donors who would help cover the cost of construction, specifically the concrete blocks. For just $6.00, I could purchase one block for a home; and I bought a few and so did many other attendees of the conference. The children raised enough money in three days to build TWO homes; that is $10,128.75! That is amazing!

What is even more amazing is one young girl, Hannah, alone raised nearly enough to build one home (with the help of matching funds). Hannah is an MK (missionary kid) who lived in Haiti, but though she has moved back to the States, her heart has been broken for Haiti. The day after the conference, her mom found her in their home office looking at a photo of the Bon Repos project hanging on the wall. The longing to help the poorest of the poor had lingered into a new week. Her eyes studied the project, trying to decide which house she wanted to be a part of constructing, once she gets a team formed. Hannah does not plan to end with just building a home; she intends to raise more money to build more homes. Her mom shared Hannah’s vision with us, “If I had courage, and was brave enough at conference, and we raised $10,000 in three days, I know I can do more if I go and speak to the church, family, and friends, or anyone else who will listen.” Even in her reflections of the conference, Hannah saw the joint effort of all the kids monies combined, not focused on the money she raised singlehandedly.

Hannah is aware of the need in Haiti, and she could have settled with “awareness.” However, her engaged heart has forged a burning passion to do something about it. Has Hannah’s heart for Haiti touched your heart?

It is not too late to give. The Bon Repos project still needs to raise more than $100,000 to complete the community for Haitians who have nothing. Go to http://www.onemissionsociety.org/give/bon-repos and click on “Give Now” to engage your heart just like Hannah’s heart for Haiti.

By Beth Jordal – Communications, One Mission Society

Tags: haiti, homes for haiti, heart giving, bon repos,

One Mission Stories "After the Show" - Bill Evans

July 14 2014

We hope you enjoyed last night's (Sunday, July 13) One Mission Stories, OMS' radio program, featuring OMS missionary, Bill Evans, who serves as the Men for Missions director of ministry teams and coordinator for the Homes for Haiti project. Bill shares about how he caught the vision for missions on a short-term trip to India and then Haiti. He's now served with OMS for 12 years. Exciting fact: Bill raised all his support to be a full-time missionary with OMS in 90 days!!

Everyone has a story ... enjoy Bill's!

Here are our "After the Show" resources to better connect you with things you heard about on last night's program.

GO: Do you want to be a missionary, either short- or long-term with OMS? Check out the opportunities, including all the upcoming short-term trips with MFM.

Learn about the Loja (Ecuador) Challenge 2015!

GIVE: If you would like to donate to any OMS ministries, you can do so online.

PRAY: Pray for Bill, his wife Jackie, and his three sons. Pray for MFM--that the team would seek the Lord in all they do. Pray for the Homes for Haiti/Bon Repos project--for teams to help, that the quality of work would be great, and that many Haitian families would use their new homes as a lighthouse for the Gospel. Pray for Bill, that he would be a credible, faithful witness for the Lord. "God doesn't call the equipped, but He equips the called."

If you would like to pray for other OMS needs, visit our OMS prayer wall.

BOOKS/RESOURCES: You can purchase all OMS books through our OMS store on Amazon or by contacting the OMS World HQ... call or email Barb Sandoz at 317.888.3333, ext. 313, or email bsandoz@onemissionsociety.org.

OMS Outreach magazine was also mentioned on the broadcast. If you'd like to view the magazine, you can see it online here.

To connect your kids to fun mission activities, check out our One Mission Kids website.

INFO: Tune in to next week's One Mission Stories to hear the testimonies of short-term mission nurses in Ecuador. If you would like to know more about any of our ministries around the world, please email us at radio@onemissionsociety.org.

If you missed this program or any of our previous programs, click here to listen to the broadcast on podbean.

Each week, you can listen live on Freedom 95 at 95.9 FM or 950 AM or live streaming at www.freedom95.us. Our programs air every Sunday night from 7-8 p.m.

Tags: men for missions, mfm, short-term teams, haiti, india, homes for haiti