If Jesus is the only way to God, what about all the innocent people who have never heard about Christ? Would God really punish them for something that wasn’t their fault? So, what is the plight of those who are so isolated (geographically or culturally) that they have not heard the gospel message or been given any opportunity to respond? This is how it is for millions of people in West Africa, living without hope and having never heard of the living water promised by our Lord Jesus. It is like the wanderings of Israel in the desert, again, a dry, thirsty, and a barren land, but it also calls attention to God’s faithfulness to take them out of the desert and into an inhabited city, a place of blessing with food and water.
The Story of Jesus - Broadcast in 19 African Languages throughout December and early January!
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In partnership with Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru), Trans World Radio (TWR) will once again broadcast the story of Jesus this December. Cru offers spiritual guidance, resources and programmes tailored for people from all cultures in every walk of life, while TWR has the capability to deliver that message to millions of people in their very own mother tongue!
TWR is mobilising its global network of radio and digital resources to broadcast and stream The JESUS Film Audio Drama in 99 separate languages during December 2018 (19 languages in Africa). This year, however, The JESUS Film Audio Drama can be heard in 90 minute-broadcasts compared to the 60 minute-broadcasts last year. The online version will also be available on www.twr360.org.
My hubby suffered a heart attack 4yrs ago & went through a massive depression after. Through TWR programmes, God started ministering to him and he is now free from depression. We have since listened to the radio station daily for devotions and discussions and this has helped us to grow spiritually. Thank you for doing God’s work and changing many lives.
TWR listener from South Africa
The passion to see Zulu ministry touching more lives through the Word of God, has motivated the TWR team in KwaZulu-Natal to produce more programmes that bring messages of hope to listeners.
A meeting held at Pinetown Baptist church in 1983 between former Director of Programmes, Andrew MacDonald and a committee of senior pastors from different denominations paved the way for the establishment of the TWR Zulu ministry in 1984. Reverend Ernest Mcambi was chosen by church leaders to be their delegate at TWR. “We started by recording 15 minute-programmes which were broadcast by TWR. The Zulu ministry grew over the years through the teachings of Thru the Bible (TTB) in Zulu, called Amazwi Okuphila, an expository teaching of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.” In 2012 the Lord called pastors Vusi and Busi Radebe to grow the ministry further.