Glenn Williams

Glenn Williams is responsible for every technical aspect of the station. Glenn has also designed and constructed Calvary Bible College’s student-run radio station, 1640 The Voice. Recently, he had the opportunity to embark on a special missions trip to Pickle Lake, Canada to help build a native-language Christian radio network. He and his wife Joy have been missionaries since 1991. Glenn served nine years at the Rio Grande Bible Institute, first as Chief Engineer and later as Director of Operations for Radio Esperanza before serving at Calvary. Glenn's walk with the Lord began in 1986 on his way to work. A young man offered him a tract at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal. En route to Manhattan, as the ferry floated by the Statue of Liberty, Glenn bowed his head and offered his life to the Lord.