5 thoughts on “HamCram

  1. Hi Steve,

    On behalf of Blessings For Obedience Ministry (BFO) I want to sincerely thank you for the kind words that you offer about us on your blog. For 21 years now we have been extraordinarily blessed to meet many wonderful ham radio operators in over 125 countries who have checked in on the BFO missionary nets.
    We are pleased to announce that we have three new low-power Christian FM radio stations on the air in Southern Sudan…Nimule, Ezo, and now Kaya. Dunamis Shortwave (4.750 MHz) is also broadcasting to E. Africa and is heard has far away as Finland.
    Our Africa Engineer, David Firth (KH9AE/5X1DF) is on a four month furlough with his family to raise support. Mike Gaude (WK6O/YN6MG) just left Midland, TX for a return trip to Alamos, Mexico, where he will deliver some HF gear to two missionary groups there. We want to thank Scott Thile, formerly of Radio Ministries for his partnership with BFO and his generous donation of amateur radio gear. Most of it has already found homes on the mission fields of the world.
    Please check in with us sometime on the BFO Missionary Radio Nets on 14.319. We are on Tue. and Thurs. nights from 0100-0400 UTC, and Sunday afternoons from 2100-0000 UTC. God bless you!

    73 and 99,
    Kelly Coleman – AA5ID
    Blessings For Obedience
    World Missionary Radio

  2. On behalf of Blessings For Obedience Ministry (BFO) I want to sincerely thank you for the kind words that you offer about us on your blog. For 21 years now we have been extraordinarily blessed to meet many wonderful ham radio operators in over 125 countries who have checked in on the BFO missionary nets.
    We are pleased to announce that we have three new low-power Christian FM radio stations on the air in Southern Sudan…Nimule, Ezo, and now Kaya. Dunamis Shortwave (4.750 MHz) is also broadcasting to E. Africa and is heard has far away as Finland.
    Our Africa Engineer, David Firth (KH9AE/5X1DF) is on a four month furlough with his family to raise support. Mike Gaude (WK6O/YN6MG) just left Midland, TX for a return trip to Alamos, Mexico, where he will deliver some HF gear to two missionary groups there. We want to thank Scott Thile, formerly of Radio Ministries for his partnership with BFO and his generous donation of amateur radio gear. Most of it has already found homes on the mission fields of the world.
    Please check in with us sometime on the BFO Missionary Radio Nets on 14.319. We are on Tue. and Thurs. nights from 0100-0400 UTC, and Sunday afternoons from 2100-0000 UTC. God bless you!

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