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 look to the scriptures on the topic of worship during this edition of Take Note. Starting in the book of Matthew, chapter two.
This episode of Live ’tile Five will help you to appreciate your tropical island home, as we discuss winter and extreme cold.
As the new year begins, we consider what the Bible says about our actions and how we should view their significance to our eternal destiny.
Josh Taylor joins us again to look back at 2017 and ahead to 2018, as the new year is our focus on this edition of Live ’til Five.
We were looking ahead to the new year on this edition of Take Note, focused on James 1 and challenges and overcoming in 2018.
Christ transforms the lives of those who have faith in Him, making us a new creature and setting us on a whole new path for Him.
Pastor Don Eckert is our special guest on today’s program about Christmas traditions. We feature another great quiz and “What’s in My Can of Coffee?”
As we come to the close of another year and look ahead to 2018, we consider Godly, Biblical habits that can help us grow.
Guest wing man Bryan Lenartz joins us for a snow quiz, helps us “Name that Crooner,” and enjoys a specialty Christmas coffee drink.
At Christmas, we point to the historical birth of Jesus Christ, sometimes not understanding we can have a relationship with Him today.
Special guest Lindsay Nagengast previews upcoming events at Harvest, participates in the quiz, and helps begin our discussion of Christmas greenery.
Special guests Bob Shuck and Troy Prins join us as we talk about everything from Dutch cuisine to Jesse Trees, and of course, Christmas lights.