Doug Price recently joined the staff of Hope For The Heart, assuming the role of Director of Broadcast/Media. Under his leadership, Doug will oversee Hope For The Heart’s nine-room Broadcast/Production suite at the Plano-based Hope Center as well as the ministry’s radio affiliates, consisting of more than 400 radio outlets nationwide. “We are delighted to have Doug join our staff,” shares Brent Ray, President of Hope For The Heart. “Doug’s experience in the broadcast industry will lend itself to numerous expansion projects that Hope For The Heart has envisioned. We are blessed to have him as a key part of our senior leadership team.”
The majority of Doug’s career has been in broadcast and fulfilling his call to ministry through Christian radio. Doug came to Hope from Manna Worldwide and has previous experience as Minister of Media at First Baptist Church of Houston, VP of Development and Director of Operations at KCBI Radio Dallas, and as General Manager of KVTT 91.7 FM. He will bring valuable expertise and experience to the broadcast team in our continued efforts to minister to those with hurting hearts.
Hope For The Heart, which celebrated its 25th year of ministry in 2011, began as a 15-minute counseling broadcast hosted by the ministry’s founder, June Hunt. Since then, Hope For The Heart has expanded to include a wide variety of ministries, including the Plano-based Biblical Counseling Institute, international training and publishing, international broadcasting and more. Even as their powerful print materials are being translated into 24 languages, radio remains at the core of Hope For The Heart’s efforts, with the original program now expanded to a 25-minute, magazine-style broadcast and a live 2-hour call-in counseling program, Hope In The Night.