Evangelism Through Television & Radio

Here’s Help Network The Here’s Help Network has been an important part of NLEC’s ministry for over 25 years.  The Here’s Help Network is dedicated to the service of faith-based, wholesome and educational radio and television for the general public and, through these media, […]

Here’s Help Network

The Here’s Help Network has been an important part of NLEC’s ministry for over 25 years.  The Here’s Help Network is dedicated to the service of faith-based, wholesome and educational radio and television for the general public and, through these media, advocacy for the poor and homeless in Mid-America.

Since its founding in 1972, NLEC has never wavered in its passion to provide direct care to those in need. New Life’s founding of the Here’s Help Network in 1982 was, in fact, just one more bold extension of this deeply-rooted drive.  When New Life celebrated the on-air launch of KNLC-TV, Channel 24, in September of 1982, one of the first major series developed by Larry Rice was the HERE’S HELP series. This series, along with so many others since, built upon NLEC’s direct services to the poor and homeless by equipping communities and individuals with the awareness, information, and courage to know that they already have the power – through countless “how-to” approaches – to lighten others’ burdens – and their own.

KNLC Channel 24

KNLC-DT Channel 24.1 is an independent TV station serving Saint Louis, Missouri and its surrounding areas in Missouri and Illinois. Through our daily programming we reach thousands with the Word of God, important and useful information about Christian living and wholesome, family-oriented entertainment.

KNLC-DT Channel 24.2 began operation February 4, 2009.  This exciting new channel offers 24/7 programming from RES, the new Renewable Energy Satellite service of New Life Evangelistic Center.   Information, inspiration and hands-on ideas on a broad range of Renewable Energy topics make Channel 24.2 a must-see for anyone who wants to be an “Earth Keeper” and who wants to live better by living Green!

Our Low Power TV Stations (LPTV) are community stations available in the following communities:

  • Springfield, MO   K39IU-TV,Channel 39
  • Joplin, MO   K36II-D, Channel 36
  • Marshfield, MO   K17FU-TV, Channel 17