RadioMv is an online Christian radio. Since February 2006, the radio broadcasts are heard by hundreds of thousands of Slavic people in 136 countries around the world. RadioMv broadcasts round-the-clock spiritually edifying programs that carry peace and comfort, advice and encouragement, admonition and joy, and daily spiritual food for all ages. In order to come closer to our listeners, the program devotes time for personal testimonies from listeners as well as live meetings on the air, where exciting Christian themes and pressing contemporary issues arise.
On February 12, 2006 the RadioMv channel first sounded live online. At first, the program consisted of Christian music and the audience was a group of our friends and loved ones. But the news of the radio station spread fairly quickly. After a couple of weeks, we began to receive positive feedback as well as requests to add sermons and edifying programs. A team of people ready to serve others for the glory of the Lord was assembled in response to these requests. They purchased the necessary equipment and began recording books, stories, poems, and programs for broadcasting.
Thus the Lord laid the foundation for the radio ministry we participate in today, providing spiritual food for all ages. Many difficulties and concerns tested our faith along the way of executing God’s will. There were glitches in the system and equipment, unfriendly feedback, and lack of finances, but the Lord has led us through it all.
The team at RadioMv relies on the guidance of the Holy Spirit in its radio broadcasting ministry, desiring to bring the Word of God to every home. We believe that the Lord will encourage our listeners to pursue personal spiritual growth, mutual understanding, and support for one another. In this way we are fulfilling Christ’s call: “And He said unto them, Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel…” Mark 16:15.
The main part of the team at RadioMv consists of those who are responsible for organization and technical support of RadioMv. It then includes the group recording original programming and audiobooks; assistants for live broadcasts; as well as representatives of RadioMv who, on voluntary basis and without compensation, help others learn about the radio broadcasts in their cities and local churches.