Faith FM has extended its coverage in South Australia, establishing a station on Kangaroo Island.
Broadcasting on frequency 107.5 FM, the radio station aims to spread the everlasting gospel to as many people as possible, especially remote populations of Papua New Guinea.
The new radio station was officially launched during the ATSIM end-of-year meetings on November 27.
On July 20, 2008, the very first Faith FM radio station was launched from the roof of a church member's house. Today, there are more than 130 radio broadcasts reaching more than 5 million Australians.
Hope Ambassadors from the 19 districts in Vanualevu, Fiji, gathered at the Labasa Seventh-day Adventist Church for the first ever Hope Ambassadors regional training.
The live broadcast will give listeners to chance to directly participate in the program, strengthening the personal connection.
Disowned by his wealthy Jewish family in England following his baptism, Charles set about proclaiming the Adventist message in Australia.
Australian Adventist radio station Faith FM has a brand new studio, which was officially dedicated at a special ceremony held this morning.