Who is UCB solomon islands?
Trusted Christian Media
UCB stands for United Christian Broadcasters.
And now that UCB Solomon Islands (and Laef FM) is a full affiliate of UCB Asia Pacific (part of United Christian Broadcasters International) we can begin to plan the growth of this important ministry.
With the support and resources to assist us with training, IT expertise, business management, equipment maintenance, publicity and public relations, Laef FM will soon start making headway towards the establishment of Christian radio stations across Solomon Islands.
Positive and Encouraging
The teaching and music you’ll hear on Laef FM is aimed at everyone who is young at heart. You will love the upbeat island sound and positive teaching.
Many of our community leaders are concerned for the welfare of Solomon Islands next generation as higher education, the search for employment and the frustrations of insufficient job vacancies lead many to abandon rural/village life and its associated community and family infrastructure, as well as the traditional values of the nation.
Our ministry is all about partnership. Our team believe Laef FM has a valuable role to play in maintaining contact with our next generation through high quality and solid value programs, reaching out through mobile phones, the internet and FM radio. But this can only be achieved when we work together. It’s not what we do but rather what we can do together with your help?
The Word for Today
In addition to radio broadcasts, through our partnership with UCB Asia Pacific we are now able to distribute the internationally-popular and much-sought-after, daily devotional The Word for Today.
The Word for Today is now in circulation in Solomon Islands and around 30 other countries around the world, including many of our pacific neighbours. Authored by Bob Gass, these books have become one of the most popular Christian daily devotions in many of those nations.
You can hear The Word for Today read on air as part of our radio broadcasts or contact us for your copy.
Tell us what you think
If you’ve got a question, want to share a story, or have a comment on something you heard on the radio, we’d love to hear from you.