New AUC studio for Faith FM

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Faith FM coordinator Michael Engelbrecht recording in the new studio with Pastor Cristian Copaceanu

Australian Adventist radio station Faith FM has a brand new studio, which was officially dedicated at a special ceremony held this morning.

Based at the headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia (AUC), the dream of a studio has been realised through a partnership with the AUC, Adventist World Radio, and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

“It’s been exciting to watch what God has done with so little—using a skeleton staff to develop a national network,” said AUC FaithFM coordinator Michael Engelbrecht. “Who has heard of a radio station without a studio?”

Faith FM coordinator Michael Engelbrecht and AUC president Pastor Jorge Munoz, after cutting the ribbon to open the studio
Faith FM coordinator Michael Engelbrecht and AUC president Pastor Jorge Munoz, after cutting the ribbon to open the new studio.

Faith FM began in 2008 when Mr Engelbrecht realised that Australian voices have a special appeal to Australian hearts. He, together with a group of passionate others who were volunteering their time to start this exciting new ministry, didn’t want to be just broadcasting overseas content. Right from the beginning—even without a studio—they created Australian ads and station identifiers and immediately started broadcasting the few Australian programs that were available.

Last year, Faith FM launched an Australian breakfast program, hosted by the media team at the North New South Wales Conference, which was the first interactive and daily Australian program. Since then, listener feedback has doubled with many enthusiastic responses from the community.

Radio producer Bradley Martin, former FaithFM coordinator Pastor Cristian Copaceanu, AUC president Pastor Jorge Munoz, and FaithFM Coordinator Michael Engelbrecht
L-R: Radio producer Bradley Martin, former FaithFM coordinator Pastor Cristian Copaceanu, AUC president Pastor Jorge Munoz, and FaithFM Coordinator Michael Engelbrecht.

“The studio is not a control centre monopolising production of Adventist radio content in Australia,” said Mr Engelbrecht. “It exists as a support base to encourage and empower church members, church leaders, pastors, and health professionals around Australia. Our one desire is to inspire our people to create Aussie radio content to touch Aussie hearts, to lead Aussies to Christ.”

“It is our hope and prayer that, in this studio, many life changing programs will be created,” said AUC president Pastor Jorge Munoz. “We are very excited about the continued possibilities that God is opening up before us as we reach our communities.”

At the dedication of the Faith FM studio, Mr Engelbrecht invited anyone who is passionate about reaching people for Christ, with a desire to produce radio content, to share it on Faith FM. You can contact Faith FM on info@faithfm.com.au or for more information about Faith FM and how to start recording, visit their website faithfm.com.au/content.

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