AWR News


Third Time Is a Charm!: The Charitable IRA Rollover Is Back

President Obama signed legislation extending the charitable IRA rollover for 2010 and 2011. This allows individuals 70½ or older to make tax-free gifts of up to $100,000 now to qualified charitable organizations like Adventist World Radio using funds transferred directly from their IRAs. If you act by Jan. 31, 2011, you can make a gift effective in 2010—then, if you wish, you can make a second contribution through Dec. 31, 2011.   Read More 

New Studio Facility & AWR Training Meet Urgent Needs in Africa

In recent years, the proliferation of local AM and FM radio stations, especially in Africa, has led to a need to assist FM radio producers and technicians who work in these local Adventist World Radio (AWR) affiliate stations. This fall, AWR global training director Ray Allen conducted probably the most comprehensive training event for local broadcasters ever organized by AWR, assisted by other able presenters.   Read More 

20 Years of Hope Russia

It has been two decades since the call sign of the Voice of Hope Media Center in Tula, Russia, was transmitted for the first time in the largest country in the world. “It was nothing but a miracle, because the radio broadcasting stations of the Soviet Union, which had been built in order to spread communist propaganda, now began broadcasting Christian programs,” says director Sergey Kuzmin.   Read More 

New Vice President for Finance Announced

Last night, Adventist World Radio’s board of directors elected Kent Sharpe as the organization’s new vice president for finance. He replaces Dowell Chow, who became AWR’s president this summer after serving in the finance position for the past five years.   Read More 

Mizo and China Fundrasing Projects Met

The Mizo Church building and the "Save China Now" campaigns have successfully rallied enough support to meet AWR's goals.   Read More 

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