EIBC Radio Broadcast

History of the Broadcast

Phil Taylor came to Clay Center and started an FM radio station above the Union State Bank. Phil invited churches to have a broadcast on the new station on Sunday mornings. Emmanuel Church had just voted to buy land and support two missionaries. Then the faith of the members opened a new door of ministry, radio.

Minutes of the meeting, January 4, 1978 ... "moved we take a thirty minute spot on the new FM radio station KCLY on Sunday morning at 9:00 O'clock am, as a mission project..."

The first programs were made on a Sony, reel to reel recorder in Pastor's study in their mobile home and taken to the radio station above the bank. In the fall of 1987 the program production moved to pastor's study at 411 Blunt. In 2005 the Lord supplied state-of-the-art digital audio equipment and a relocated production site.

Format of the Broadcast

Pastor generally opens the program "... let's open our Bibles to..." And if you will open your Bible and follow along, before long you will be able to open your Bible and study for yourself. We want the broadcast to be relevant and helpful to your daily walk with Jesus Christ. If you are not saved, visit our salvation page on this website, read and listen about trusting Jesus Christ as your Saviour.

Recently, Pastor Larry Carr has become a part of the Broadcast. Pastor Carr's experience and expertise will add greatly to things we will discuss.

This website and the broadcast are going to complement each other. If you have a question for either pastor, contact him via email, and your question will be considered for discussion on the broadcast.

Recent broadcasts are available on this site as well as other audio helps.

You Can Have a Part

We don't ask for money on the broadcast. However, if you have benefited from the broadcast and would like to send a gift or regular gifts to help support this ministry, it would be appreciated.

Send gifts to:
Emmanuel Independent Baptist Church
P.O. Box 413
Clay Center, KS 67432

As a 501(c3) organization, monetary contributions to Emmanuel Independent Baptist Church are tax deductable. You will receive a receipt from our treasurer for your Income Tax filing purposes.