About

UCB Asia Pacific

Roly (from In the Gap Ministries) and Grant joining our PNG team for church

Hello there, We are

United Christian Broadcasters Asia Pacific

But you can call us UCB.

We’re part of the global family of United Christian Broadcasters International Ltd.  that traces it roots back to the 60’s and one bloke in New Zealand with a crazy idea.

Then in 1988 another bloke with an equally crazy idea started UCB Australia. Today UCB Australia is known as Vision Christian Media but they are still very much part of who we are and what we do.

You can read all about our history here

UCB has always tried to be open and generous with sharing what we have and what we’ve learned. That’s why we are in so many countries.

The whole point of UCB Asia Pacific is to take what we’ve learned here in Australia (and around the world) and help groups around the Asia Pacific region get their own media ministry up and running successfully.

Likewise our sister ministry UCB UK looks after Europe and Africa, and UCB USA (who go by the name The Dove)  look after North and South America.

We currently have nine national projects at various states of operation. And while that is about all we can handle right now we are always interested to hear about new opportunities.

We definitely try to work in partnership with others. YWAM, Youth For Christ, Reach Beyond, MAF, GRN are some of the international ministries we work with. And then there are individuals, businesses and smaller ministries too, like In The Gap, or our mate Owen who’s given us hundreds of hours of labour or Baker Renewable Energy, Tropic Print – the list goes on and on.

We realise there are lots of great people and ministries out there doing important Kingdom work and God loves it when we work together.

We are all about helping local teams of people provide their communities with quality, trusted Christian media (particularly radio) so God can use this powerful medium to Change Lives for Good.

Latest News & Updates

Hope for people fleeing the Ukraine

People fleeing their homes in the Ukraine have many urgent needs. One thing that God offers everyone is HOPE! and what better way to share this than through the reading of Scripture, or more specifically The Word for Today. Our sister ministry UCB Hungary asked for...

Around the World in 80 Words…

What has been happening in the world of UCB Asia Pacific recently... Good question! Let's have a quick look... The Word for Today 2022 is the third year for the 12 month edition of The Word for Today in many of our pacific nations. It is the first year we have done a...

Bringing Hope and Helping Ukraine’s Refugees

This week we were able to help our brothers and sisters forced from their home country by the war in the Ukraine. Our sister ministry UCB Hungary is printing a special edition of The Word for Today and will be making it freely available to refugees across many part of...

Blessing for the people of Indonesia

Thanks to your prayerful donations the people of Indonesia have The Word for Today available in their own language. Pictured are leaders from Indonesia's JAPPRI community of Christian radio broadcasters, happy to each receive their copies. New for 2022, all the...

The Word for Today for 2022

We are excited to let you know that all the 2022 editions of The Word for Today are on their way to their various Pacific Island destinations. We've printed just under 20,000 copies in total for the people of: The Cook Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon...

Changed Lives

Listening in Munda

The ladies at the local hardware store in Munda, Solomon Islands are very happy that their Laef FM station is back on air, as she says in this video.

Sharing The Word for Today with friends

Greetings!! It's me Anish Magar all the away from Dolakha, Nepal. I used to go and do fellowship in Ashim Church, Bhaktapur. First of all, I would like to give thanks to my friend Dirgha to share about this devotional book. After that time, I'm reading The Word for...

Suva Church and Taxis, and The Word for Today

In Suva, a Methodist church minister distributed 2 cartons of The Word for Today to his congregation. Before being given out, the books were prayed over and delivered under the guidance of our team. He also distributed some to taxi drivers servicing the greater Suva...

Seghe Theological Seminary

Thanks to your generosity all 40 staff and students at Seghe Theological Seminary of the United Church in the Solomon Islands were each able to receive a copy of The Word for Today. Armstrong Pitakagi, College Principal and Moderator elect of the United Church said...

Impact in the Solomon Islands

I gave 4 copies to four Church leaders. Each of the leaders found the book very interesting and motivating. One of the leaders commented that they have been missing out all the good things that are in the book.. I can see the spiritual growth, motivation and...
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