10th Anniversary Souvenir Book
Released during the International Conference, this 72-page full colour book traces the highlights of CTMI’s history and the many people and events that have contributed to what CTMI is today. Buy extra ones for your friends, or you can even bless a pastor in Africa!
As at April 2011, 30 Christian radio stations in 10 countries are airing our Good News for Africa series of messages in English, French, Swahili, and Portuguese. CTMI now has close to 100 weekly 28-minute program slots across the continent, reaching a conservatively estimated audience of 1.5 million listeners!
Radio DR Congo
Baseme Bidorho in Bukavu informs us that CTMI’s messages are the most popular preaching slot on the local Christian radio station, which has increased the frequency of the program The Cross that transforms lives to 4 times a week due to popular demand. They will often receive many phone calls after the broadcast. Listeners also call in regularly asking to replay a message on ‘marriage’ preached by Miki Hardy.
Affiliate TV & Radio Program
Gilbert Grant travelled to 9 cities in East Africa in April and presented CTMI to 25 Radio and TV stations. The feedback has been very positive, and 3 radio stations have already begun airing our messages, with more likely to follow. Some of these stations cover cities, while others are regional or national. It was exciting to hear that viewers in Western Kenya are already able to watch Heart-Talk on one of the local TV stations receiving a feed from CTV.
CTMITV on YouTube
Clips from various trip reports and tasters from messages can now be viewed on our new, dedicated channel (CTMITV) on YouTube. This is a good way of introducing CTMI’s activities to your friends. Go to http://www.youtube.com and type CTMITV.
More than an estimated 120 million people understand Swahili across 10 countries of Central & East Africa. So, it was with great rejoicing that local CTMI Network pastors received the first masters of audio messages in that language. They were also delighted to hear that recently translated materials would be printed and distributed from the region in the near future.