Local Christian Radio for Guam
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. Thank you for listening!
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We discuss a theme or topic from the word of God between songs every weekday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM live on Take Note. The podcast version features a ten-minute recap of one of our favorite programs from the previous week, minus the music.
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Visit the Harvest Baptist Church campus this Saturday and Sunday, December 3rd and 4th between 5:30pm and 9:00pm for our walk-through Bethlehem experience!
Anyone looking for wise counsel should make their way to the Proverbs. They contain ideas that, if taken to heart, can help a reader become "A Wise Son."
Pastor Walton spoke with Eric Knutson this week about his ministry apprenticeship, his first impressions of Guam, and his plans for future Christian service.
Our only hope for successful ministry is to allow Christ to work within us. Because our assignment is to shine as lights in a very dark world.
Pastor Walton's brother Jeff and sister in-law Judylynn were in the studio this week, discussing their family life, growing up, and also their ministry at AACS.
Faithful disciples of Christ often face persecution. We are capable of enduring when we focus on that which is not seen and avoid fixation on the temporal.
Pastor Jake Schnoor is our guest host this week, presenting a special Veterans Day program featuring Jason Hannibal, Grant Farley, and Adam Rodgers.
A person with questions about life and death, heaven and hell, or their soul and the future cannot find a better place to begin reading than John 3:16-21.
Jesus described His upcoming mistreatment, death, and resurrection in this passage. Peter didn't see the bigger picture and received a well-deserved rebuke.