Reaching 17 nations, 3.8 billion people,
approximately 48% of the world's population
with a message of
HOPE

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How can I be saved? 
How can I be sure I am going to heaven?

Countries reached through Hope Radio from the Island of Palau:

China ~1.393 Billion
Philippines ~109.6 Million 

Laos   ~7 Million 

Thailand ~69.4 Million 

Bangladesh ~161.4 Million 

Bhutan ~772 Thousand 

Mongolia ~3.2 Million

Japan ~126.4 Million

Vietnam ~97.3 Million

Cambodia ~16.7 Million 

Myanmar (Burma) ~53.7 Million

Nepal ~28 Million

North Korea ~25.7 Million

South Korea ~52 Million

Indonesia ~273.5 Million

Malaysia ~32.7 Million

India  ~1.38 Billion

These three antennas combined can reach over 3.8 billion people.

By reaching just 1% of that population, 38 Million people would hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  
This is possibly the greatest outreach opportunity in the world. 

About Hope Radio

Hope Radio broadcasts hope into South East Asia from a shortwave radio station located on the Island of Palau. 

Hope Radio’s mission is to preach the gospel in the most populated parts of the world, to 17 countries, with a combined population of approximately 3.8 Billion people. We seek to give hope and encouragement to Christians in possibly one of the most persecuted areas by preaching the gospel. Making the message of salvation available to those who are lost and giving them eternal life through Jesus Christ. 
 

The shortwave station on the island of Palau was founded by George Otis Sr. of High Adventure Ministries and later sold to LeSEA Broadcasting under the late Dr. Lester Sumrall’s ministry. As of September 2020, Apostle Joe Perozich became the CEO of the station and established Hope Radio. The only thing that has changed, is who has been entrusted with the responsibility of the mission. It is with gratitude that God has allowed us to be a part of the end time harvest.
 

 

We look forward to serving you in this mission as a broadcaster or as a listener.

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CEO/President
Joe Perozich with Nato Dilig