Imani Radio is a partner ministry of Faith Radio in the U.S.A. It was founded with the purpose of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ through radio and T.V. media. "Imani" is the Kiswahili word for "faith," which is found in our mission verse, Romans 10:17. "So faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God."
Our mandate is to spread the Gospel according to Matthew. "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" (28:19). The station was founded on a strong faith in Christ, and it is mainly supported by friends and Christians of good-will. We are currently operating on one frequency with a potential 7.2 million listeners in the North Rift, Western Kenya and along the eastern borders of Uganda.
Our desire is that those who have not heard the Good News get an opportunity to receive the Gospel through radio. In addition, this station also acts as a refueling station for spiritual nourishment for believers.
There are many people who have not been reached with the Gospel, especially in the areas that we are broadcasting in. Currently, the indigenous people of Pokot are receiving our broadcasts for the first time since independence. We have had countless testimonies from the members of this pastoralist community on what the Lord is doing in their lives since we began reaching them with the Gospel.
We desire to provide high-quality broadcasting with an emphasis on God’s Word so that our listeners may be reached with the true Gospel of Christ. This will enable our listeners to build their faith in Christ Jesus. We emphasize that people should learn to live by faith since the Bible says without faith we cannot see God.
As a station, we live by faith in regard to our day-to-day running. We trust the Lord for donors to give to the service of the Lord.
The station steers clear of volatile political issues. At the same time, it brings credible information to its audience so as to strive to enhance Christian perspectives on such issues. The station highlights issues that lead to spiritual nourishment and economic empowerment for the communities.