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Our Ministry:

radio station buildingRadio 4VEH is a radio ministry of One Mission Society (formerly OMS International). Since 1950, Radio 4VEH has been broadcasting across Haiti and beyond to reach Haitians for Christ and transform the lives of individuals and society through the Holy Spirit.

A lifeline to our listeners, Radio 4VEH is taking God’s message of love, hope and forgiveness through Jesus Christ into villages, into homes, into people’s hearts. We’re able to minister to listeners day and night, in the midst of the joys and struggles, bringing God’s Word to them right where they are.

Our broadcasting center is located just outside the northern city of Cap Haitien and includes recording, production and broadcast studios, as well as offices and an auditorium.


Each day, Radio 4VEH broadcasts 24 hours of inspirational and informative programs including Bible teaching, worship, news, school and vocational education, and family and community-focused programs.

Our radio programs cover:

  • Preaching, Bible Study, Prayer and Encouragement: we present the Gospel to non-believing listeners and encourage believers in their faith
  • Inspiration, Christian Education, Music and Entertainment: we train believers for the reality of the Christian life, both an apprenticeship and a battle
  • Counseling, Education, Training and Life Issues: we counsel listeners to live out their faith in their families and communities, and share information from local experts to help listeners improve their farming techniques, their health and that of their families.  
  • Information, News, Announcements and Community Services: at the core of the community’s communication network, we broadcast vital information regarding national and community life, including health and safety announcements, community events, birth, death and marriage announcements.

Our signals reach across most of Haiti and to some neighboring islands, and outside Haiti via the Internet and partner stations in the US. Radio 4VEH’s programming is strong in Biblical content, culturally relevant and speaks to the whole of life in Haiti.

giving out solar radioSolar Radios

More than 50,000 solar-powered radios pre-tuned to Radio 4VEH have been given out, particularly in rural areas where people have little or no electricity.  With one radio serving a household, hundreds of thousands of people listen in via these sun-powered “little missionaries.”

solar radioThis work of evangelism—led by Emmanuel Félix and supported particularly by mission teams through Men for Missions—has brought many thousands of people to the Lord, birthed churches in former Voodoo strongholds, and put tools for discipleship into the hands of isolated believers.


group singingRecording Studios

Besides its use for Radio 4VEH programs, our main studios have been developed as a professional recording studio available to the Christian community. Organizations such as Campus Crusade for Christ’s the Jesus Project, and the International Bible Society have used our studios to produce dramatized Scripture readings and the Jesus film in Haitian Creole for adults and children. Built with support from the local business community in Cap Haitien, the recording studios are encouraging Haitian Christian musicians, worship leaders and artists, now able to have their music professionally produced, as they minister to their brothers and sisters through music. Music produced in the studios becomes part of Radio 4VEH’s playlist, providing fresh, contemporary Christian music to complement more traditional styles of Haitian worship music heard on the air.

Bible Studies by Correspondence

Several thousand students all over Haiti study Radio 4VEH’s Porte Ouverte (Open Door), our free Bible correspondence courses in French.

Support Radio 4VEH with a generous gift today. Find out more.

Favorite programs include:

  • l'Heure de la Prière (Time for Prayer) – daily prayer program bringing listener prayer requests to the Lord
  • Bib la an Ayiysen - daily Bible reading in Haitian Creole, vital to listeners who can't read but listen to the Bible