David worked on a farm in Kenya and spent most of the little money he earned on alcohol. One night, while walking on the road in a drunken stupor, he was struck by a car and seriously injured. After the accident, David woke up in the hospital, fortunate to be alive but unfortunate to learn that he was paralyzed.
I am an officer in the national army.
I got saved during very difficult times thanks to your program Good News for All.
Eritrea is on the east coast of Africa with Sudan on its left and Ethiopia on its right. A short boat ride over the Red Sea will take you to Saudi Arabia or Yemen, depending on whether you steer left or steer right. It’s a country of more than 5 million people, roughly half of whom are non-Christians, according to the Joshua Project research group.
One day, a listener in Eritrea was persuaded by his children to tune in to TWR. He did so reluctantly at first, but things changed. Here’s his story:
Coming from a strong religious background of a major religion, I was hooked on our God. The rules from the holy book were laid out for me to follow. However, if I did not obey them, I would have to face the wrath of God. A personal relationship with God was never discussed.
Rami is a young non-Christian Yemeni who has been a victim of harsh social, economic and spiritual circumstances. At 24, he married the girl he deeply loved, but only a few hours after the wedding, he discovered that the new wife’s cousin had raped her when she was still young, and that the cousin had then married her older sister. It was definitely not the family Rami had dreamed of having. After countless conflicts, he divorced his wife.