Christian Vision Broadcasting Network narrates, entertains and educates immigrants in America and brings the good news of Christ to the world. We partner with Christian faith-based, social, political and civic institutions interested in building a credible world that is justice-oriented and theologically based.
Our mission is to create a framework for peace and social justice in the world. We believe that as true believers of the message of Christ, we are under the divine obligation to speak for the voiceless, the oppressed and the marginalized of society.
Hawaiian Hospitality Class of 2010-11 from Drew University Theological School on a cross-cultural trip to Hawaii. Front left to right Professor Lynn Westfield, Janhi Choi and A. Johnson.
With Colleague Jhandi Choi from the theological school upon arrival in Hawaii-2010
The work of Executive Producer Zayzay Kpadeh producing a CVBN talk show. Engaging his global audience with thought-provoking issues relating to race and relations in America, he also addresses anti-immigration sentiments and xenophobia in the U.S. against immigrants. Zayzay is a doctoral fellow at Drew University Theological Seminary in Madison, NJ, and member of the class of 2015. He is a 20-year broadcast veteran journalist with intellectual, critical investigative and production skills in the field, crisscrossing the landscape of Liberia and the U.S. Holding a Divinity degree from Drew University, Rev. Dr. Zayzay Gwepougee Kpadeh is an ordained minister of the United Methodist Church. Dr. Kpadeh writes on wide range of issues facing immigrants in the United States.
Dean Maxine Beach, former and retired Dean of the Drew University Theological Seminary, in Madison, NJ in 2011. Remembering a great woman of faith and hospitality.
African Ministers from the immigrant community from Maryland, Virginia, New York and Pennsylvania meeting in Lansdowne, PA at Faith-Immanuel Lutheran Church in 2010.
With partner and colleague Rev. Dr. Moses, Suah Dennis in Orlando, Florida
Rotary Club of Delaware Valley, summer of 2014. From left to right an official of the Rotary, the Director of the After School Program, the President of the Rotary Club, and Pastor David Shaheen, Executive Director of the Upper Darby Outreach Corp. The Outreach Corp. serves children of immigrants and disadvantaged children in the Upper Darby area of Pennsylvania.
As the social gospel dictates, people who are called Christians have an ethical and social responsibility to make the world a better place. The basic tenet of the gospel of Christ compels us to serve the vulnerable, the homeless, the poor and oppressed of society.
Our current listening audience ranges from ordinary folks in small towns and cities across Africa to the most sophisticated urban dwellers in metropolitan New York, Philadelphia, Seoul, South Korea, Tokyo, Japan, Moscow, Russia as well as Australia, and Germany.
Please call the station
for time slot availability.
We do not charge for the fifth week (when purchasing four consecutive weeks).
$50.00 flat fee per month for one 15-minute segment
$75.00 flat fee per month for one 30-minute segments
$100.00 flat fee per
month for one 1-hour segment
Call the radio station for a special offers not listed below. You will be surprised how inexpensive it is to broadcast through us!
Call the station for
Monday through Friday
(when you take five consecutive days):
$200.00 flat fee per month for 30-minute segments.
$250.00 flat fee per month for 1-hour segments.
For 1-minute spots:
Run-of-station (two per day) two-month minimum: $300.00.
$200.00 for one year.
Pay upfront at the beginning or: $25.00 per month for the life of the contract.
Prices are subject to change. Special considerations are available, call the general-manager to discuss.