Listening to Radio Baha'i will make you smile, remind you of your spiritual reality, encourage you to be of service to others, and remind you of God's unconditional love for you. Music is, after all, "a ladder for the soul." We all need balance - and balancing our material life with our spiritual reality is essential for true happiness. Let Radio Baha'i help keep you balanced.
Radio Bahá’í strives to reflect universal spiritual principles and the application of the teachings of the Baha’i Faith in its programing.
Radio Bahá’í, WLGI, is a non-commercial educational radio station, that has served northeastern South Carolina since 1984. Radio Bahá’í is housed at the Louis G. Gregory Bahá’í Institute, located near Hemingway, South Carolina. The station is owned by the Regional Bahá’í Council of the Southeastern States, and it is currently funded wholly from contributions of the Baha’is of the United States.
The station has three paid staff, several contractors and a number of volunteers that keep the programs coming to you.
WLGI is the only Bahá’í owned radio station in North America, but it is one of six Baha’i owned radio stations worldwide. The others are in Panama, Ecuador (2 stations), Peru, and Chile.