Project Hannah Event - South Africa
Statistics have confirmed that women are the least valued, the least fed, the least educated and certainly, the least reached with the Gospel in a way that they can understand. The majority of women in this world have lost their God-given dignity as they have been shackled by cultural bias, poverty and ignorance.
These were some of the opening words of Marli Spieker, founder of Project Hannah Ministries (PH), at a special event at the Kempton Park Methodist Church on 21 February 2015.
TWR Country Focus: Eritrea
“I am a 35-year-old man partially paralyzed because of a severe stroke. My family and friends tried to do whatever they could to comfort me. Unfortunately none of them could reach my deep emotional turmoil and suffering.
“One day a friend of mine came with a different approach. Even before my stroke, he used to invite me frequently to join the spiritual fellowship and listen to the radio ministry of TWR.
TWR Country Focus: Cambodia
“I am a widow,” Neang told the TWR Cambodia team. “My husband just died four months ago.”
Life is hard for Neang, who listens to TWR’s Women of Hope programs. Ever since her husband died due to toxins in the seafood he was handling, she has struggled to provide for her six children.
Country: Dominican Republic
A woman named Sara Calderon Lott shares the following story about the long-standing importance of TWR programs:
My father, Julio, started listening to TWR from Bonaire in the 1960s, after the revolution in the Dominican Republic.
You are blessed in the name of our Father, Jesus, Christ, our Savior. My heart is glad every time I listen to your messages. I traveled across the United States from 1984 to 2005, and I have listened to you at different times depending on the state I was in.
I live in Norwalk, California, and I listen to you on 1390, Radio Nueva Vida. I have not been working for a year because of an accident on the job site, but God is good.