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.
We began our look at Matthew 7, on the August 17 edition, with the oft-quoted “judge not, that ye be not judged.” What does this passage mean?
We discussed siblings on today’s Live ’til Five, with all of our regular segments and a sub-theme of meteorological phenomenon.
In light of the North Korea headlines this week, we discuss a Biblical view of safety and address Christian persecution in that country.
Where should we run when news in the world is disconcerting and dire? Is God really our refuge in times of trouble?
We asked Pastor Joe Henson about Biblical foundations for viewing the world, and the question: “what are the imperatives for studying prophecy?”
This program was a roller coaster of emotion, as we bounced from topic to topic like bumper cars, on this theme park edition of Live ’til Five.
What does it mean to walk with Christ? We talked about the Biblical concept of our walk on the July 19, 2017 edition of Take Note.
We are introducing a new way to search for programs. Please enter a sermon title, speaker, topic or book of the Bible to find a Harvest Echoes episode.
This week our hosts enjoy delicious German chocolate cake, while discussing leafy greens and vegetables. Plus, more “Joshin’ Around” with Josh Taylor.
Chocolate, vanilla, rocky road, or Neapolitan? We have a sweet discussion about a cool treat on today’s Live ’til Five as we focus on ice cream.
Where does strength come from in the life of a believer in Christ? That was our question on the July 7, 2017 edition of Take Note.
The day before Independence Day, we consider dependence on Christ, both as we begin our relationship with Him in salvation and continue in discipleship.