Our Legacy. Our Future.
Asia Pacific Media was established in 1985 as a regional ministry of Assemblies of God World Missions-USA. APMedia produces family focused video dramas, feature-length films, print publications and radio broadcasts all in the local languages. APMedia also offers media workshops and training. With our main ministry center in Manila, Philippines, APMedia works with individuals and churches throughout Asia and the Pacific islands including Indonesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand, Taiwan, China and a number of island nations. APMedia also has production studios in Taipei and Hong Kong.
We are a Christ-centered ministry that values:
Media is everywhere, but it doesn’t often promote Christian values. We are committed as a media ministry to being truthful, honest, and faithful to God’s Word.
Media can be almost mindlessly created. Through producing quality, award-winning content, we strive to represent our Creator well.
Media constantly changes. Our team adapts to cultural and technological trends to communicate His Message in an ever-changing world.
Media comes in many forms. We create content that speaks to local realities and clearly communicates a Christian message in the heart languages of the viewers.
Partnership and Teamwork
Media should not be done alone; it requires collaboration. We work together with like-minded individuals and organizations to maximize the impact of the message.
Bill & Kim Snider have lived in the Philippines since 1988 and continue to direct Asia Pacific Media. Bill has been in Christian media since 1975, when he founded the New Life Radio Network in Illinois, one of the first Christian radio networks in the Midwest. He has grown APMedia from primarily radio broadcasts into video, dramas, movies and extensive use of the internet, both for the Philippines and many nations in Asia. APMedia has its main office and studio in Manila. The AP Media China team based in Hong Kong and Taiwan serves the Church in China. Kim Snider is the editor of MOMS, a quarterly magazine for Filipino women, and is also the author of Moments for Mothers and Welcoming Jesus into Your Home: Reflections on the Book of Ephesians. Kim is also on the faculty of Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, teaching mission and education classes.