Harbour Light of
1400 KHz AM & 94.5 FM
Broadcasting to the Southern
Caribbean from Carriacou, Grenada
In the past, we have received
correspondence from numerous visitors to Last Chance
Ministries (LCM) concerning this Christian radio station ministry. However, LCM
and Windward Bible Church (WBC) are not affiliated
with this missionary work.
Click here to learn more about WBC. LCM
and the radio station are two entirely separate ministries that operate under two different oversight
webmaster presents this information to show it as a major service and also as a
attraction for Carriacou.
McPherson is an employee of the radio station and a personal friend
of the webmaster of LCM. He does much work in meeting
the technical and maintenance needs of the station, along with his other
responsibilities. John's wife, Karen, also helps out where needed. In addition,
John serves as the pastor of another local and fundamental independent missionary
work known as Open Door
Independent Baptist Church. He, and his family have been faithful in
this work for many years. They are also American missionaries that are supported by Independent
This Christian radio Station operates
under the auspices of a mission board located in Greenville, South Carolina.
The following thumbnails present
different views of this 5,000 watt Fundamental Christian radio station
located at Tarleton Point on on Carriacou.
(Click on Thumbnail for larger photo, then click the back
or previous button on your browser to return to this page)
Note: The following photos were
taken during the
middle of the dry season (December through May) of 2002
Paved Parking Lot Entry
(Not a Thumbnail)
An old harbour light on a
sitting deck between the
studio and office buildings
Area where the Bible lesson are
sent out, received, graded, and logged in the office building.
Entrance to Studio Building
and broadcasters' program library
Computer and console in Control 2
in the Studio Building where much
of the program editing takes place.
(See Transmitter Below)
Generator building housing
(See Generators Below)
Nautel 5 Kilowatt Solid State
Transmitter in rear portion
of the transmitter Builder
Two 35 Kilowatt AC generators
4 Cylinder Diesel powered and
3 Phase - 440 Volts
Lastly, I have an experimental 3D panoramic view to offer
of the Station's physical facilities.
In order to
view this you
must have Microsoft IE 4.0 or Netscape 4.0 browsers or higher
with Java Scripting enabled and Virtual Machine installed.
Simply click on the image, and allow the page to load in a
new browser window.
(Estimated loading time is one to two minutes at 56k.)
The station now has it own website up and running where more information is
August 26, 2013.