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Listen to My Words – A Story of Hope

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Web small NAfrica2Language: Berber Kabyle
Region: North Africa

I am your faithful listener. Listen to my history.

I was the only daughter of my parents. They spoiled me too much, to the point where I became nasty and intolerable, although I exercised the traditional faith of my country in depth. My mother said to me that I did not deserve my name – Fetta – which means silver. She said, “My girl, your behavior is not bright like Fetta. It is time to change your behavior.” I cried during the night when I tried to sleep...

A Door to the Light – A Story of Hope

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Web small MiddleEast

Language: Arabic
Region: Middle East

Dear Friends, your radio broadcast is one of a kind. From where I live, Christianity is vague, and we do not have literature or books about it. Since my childhood I liked Jesus Christ, but because no one could help me with knowing Him better, I tried to seek different means and ways...

Staff Story: Meet the Dunlops

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Web small dunlopBorn and raised in Alberta, Canada, both Nathan and Megan Dunlop now find themselves on the other side of the world serving with TWR in South Africa. Although Africa was not their first choice of destinations, the Dunlops decided to take the step of faith in making the move. The verse Joshua 1:9 kept showing up in perceivably “random” ways, like on the wrist of the nurse who administered their vaccinations. This gave them comfort and confidence in their decision to follow where they felt the Lord was calling them... 

Answering the Door When Christ Knocks – A Story of Hope

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Web small NAfricaLanguage: Berber Kabyle
Region: North Africa

As I have already told you about my father, he called himself atheistic. He said he did not believe in God, that God does not exist. When he said that, I asked him, “Of what kind of god do you speak?” He answered me, “There are 46,000 gods in the world, and one does not know which one is true. Since my childhood I believed in the god of the religion of my country and in his prophet. But all the time I have been unraveled, all alone. This god had not brought me the least help in the world...