Local Christian Radio for Guam
KHMG is a ministry of Harvest Baptist Church. We have been helping people develop a heart for God on Guam since 1996.
Many hours of local, Christian programming are produced in our studios every week. Each one is intended to point listeners to Jesus Christ and His word.
We also serve our island with news, weather, public service programs, and a touch of humor.
Thank you for finding us first on the dial at 88.1 FM or listening here 24-hours every day.
Lawrence Nagengast is our fill-in host on this edition, as we discuss the new year with its resolutions and new opportunities.
Ray and Betty Ann Lovmo joined Pastor Herron on this week’s Harvest Time to talk about their many years of service for Christ at Harvest.
Chris Harper was our fill-in host on Live ’til Five this week, as we discussed Christmas traditions from around the world.
On the December 15, 2016 edition of Take Note, we featured a message by missionary Phil Hunt, called “The World’s Greatest Need.”
Church members Robert and Jessica Castro spoke with Pastor Herron this week about their lives before and after coming to know Christ.
We have a special edition of both “What’s in My Coffee” and “What’s in My Candle” today, plus take a look at Christmas records and music.
How do we stay on the right path, or get back on the right path in the coming year? That was the question on the December 8, 2016 edition of Take Note.
The Bible gives believers a mandate to help one another. We explored that mandate from Hebrews 10 on the December 6, 2016 edition of Take Note.
On the December 2, 2016 edition of Take Note, we ask and attempt to answer the question who is our God?
Devin is our special guest today as we talk a little more about Christmas, touch on Advent, and invite you to our Festival of Lights.
On the November 29, 2016 edition of Take Note, we looked to the word of God for insight on grace and what it means for our salvation.
We play Christmas music during all of our regular music segments beginning the day after Christmas, ending at midnight on New Year’s eve.