Message from the President
Immanuel Broadcasting Network, Inc. is making a valiant effort to do its part in spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations of the world through live internet radio. There are almost 7 billion people in the world in which we live and many of them have never heard the name Jesus Christ, not to mention His message of salvation. This world population is potential listeners to whom the Gospel is being made available to hear and receive through the IBN web site, not to mention other ministries that are doing the same but in different ways. I am not naive enough to believe 100% of these almost 7 billion people will ever listen to radio, Christian Radio or even Internet Radio. The point is the Gospel is made available to them no matter where they are in the world; they make the choice to listen or not to listen. From its meager beginnings IBN has literally grown into a world-wide ministry for the sole purpose of propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a world lost in sin, selfishness, materialism and false religions.
If you have at any time given to IBN to keep this ministry on the air, you are part of this world reaching ministry as it continues to move forward. God the Father has taken notice and you will be duly rewarded on that great and final day. This is why it is important to give financially to ministries that are making inroads into the world and doing their part to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. Your gifts, no matter how much, make a tremendous difference in moving this process along to its completion. Broadcasting is expensive. I ask you to pray for this ministry and give generously so IBN can continue reaching out to the people by purchasing other radio stations and finding innovative ways to reach the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. With your help where will IBN be 5 years from now, 10 years from now if the Lord tarries and who will it be touching or how many will it have reached bringing a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ our Lord?
B.Edward Tuten Jr.