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廣播福音節目正如撒糧食在水面,日久必能得著(傳11:5-6)。在有華語廣播的地區,音波便將道種撒在聽眾的耳堙C華播自96年起,每週「生命活泉」國語廣播節目,在紐約、紐澤西、達拉斯、洛杉磯都可由百萬座中國廣播網的收音機收聽到。在紐約短波1240也可收聽到 Christians have been praying for the radio broadcast ministries to China for the past 50 years. Radio is still a powerful means God uses for sharing His love and teaching His Word to millions in the restricted countries. Some of these programs are also distributed in cassette tapes.
CGBC weekday broadcasts in Mandarin are through the China Radio Network, a commercial radio. We reached a million Chinese living in new York, New Jersey, Los Angeles and Dallas.

"so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it. " ~Isaiah 55:11

The story of Madam Wang from Chengdu is one of the most poignant. She was visiting her daughter in Dallas and one morning in 1997 our daily broadcast caught her attention. She enjoyed the content so much that she tried to take notes. Frustrated by the noise her granddaughter made, she tried very hard before she succeeded to call us after the program. "Please speak slower I want to copy down for my children to learn about Jesus". We called a local pastor to visit her and gave her the whole series on cassette before she returned to China.

Then this year her New Year greeting card from Chengdu said, " Thank you for sending Pastor Chan to lead me to Jesus. I need more tapes to share with all my relatives and friends."

No one can close the door for the Gospel to get in. In spite of the Communist rule, Chinese believers grew from a few hundred thousand to over eighty million with an estimated sixty thousand churches in China today. They are sending out young people to reach the poor interior villages and other minorities. They are crying for Bible teaching materials and Gospel tapes. Cassette series in systematic theology and other seminary lectures have been sent in the past ten years through Christians going into China as teachers, tourists and even those involved in businesses.