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The ‘Okay’ from God

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Ingrid HeinzemaierWritten by Ingrid Heizelmaier

When I was 16, doing a good deed every day was just part of being a good girl-scout. Along with it also came the bad conscience… if, once again, I did not manage to do such a good deed that day. The good deed, however, never seemed to make up for what was going wrong in my life. And I asked myself: How on earth will I ever get an ‘okay’ from God? Later on, while driving on the highway, fear strangled me. What if this car would now smash into the concrete wall? I wasn’t prepared to meet the One who had created me. All in all, my belief as a teenager was a mix of thinking about things and just trying to do my best.

Is God worth giving to..?

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1170 Double Power small"Those who can't be trusted with little can't be trusted with much..."

Sometimes believers fall short in their giving because they feel that they have less or nothing to give because of limited resources...

Yet, the boy that gave five loaves of bread and two fishes, gave away the little he had for the sake of nourishing others, and the Lord was pleased to multiply his generosity to the benefit of all.

In the same way the widow gave the prophet Elijah all she and her son had to eat, expecting to die from hunger as a result of the drought in the land. Yet after giving so sacrificially with a willing heart to help the man of God, the Lord multiplied her oil to last until the rain came. All this happened because she gave and was considerate of others before her needs and her son.

You too could develop a culture of giving in your family by showing generosity with whatever little or more you might have, just by giving to those that don't have anything at all.

Help get the word of God across the southern region of Africa by donating towards TWR Radio 1170kHz medium wave. Broadcasting the Word of God in a Bigger Voice to reach lives for our Lord Jesus Christ!

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Give Jesus a Bigger voice!!

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A bigger Voice “Go ye therefore, teach all nations…” Matthew 28:19a (KJV) There is always more to be done to enhance the Kingdom of God; we all have been blessed by God to bless others with the Word of God. Some will have time, others resources and others finances to keep the Kingdom of God growing.

We at TWR Africa have the technological resources to assist the Church in Her mandate to take the Word of God to people. Your prayers, the giving of your time and finances in support of TWR’s ministry, enables us to reach people around Africa for Christ.

Together, as the Body of Christ, we reach, teach and equip those who are yet to hear the Truth of the saving Gospel of Christ. A number of countries across Africa prohibit missionaries from entering their territory in order to teach about Christianity. While the restriction of conventional missionaries from activities is always a possibility, radio waves carrying the Gospel of Jesus Christ may never be stopped!

Radio waves do not require passports or visas to cross borders, it does require operational funds. Your financial partnership as a coworker with TWR in the Gospel brings hope to those that need it so desperately on our beleaguered continent of Africa.

Through the recent upgrading of our 1170kHz medium wave transmitter, many more people in the Southern African region are being reached. However, if we turn our transmitter on to double power, more electricity is needed but in return thousands more will hear, and many for the first time in their lives!

Will you help us to give Jesus a BIGGER VOICE in the Southern parts of Africa? Your gift of R300 ($23) will assist us in our shared endeavour to reach more unreached people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Do you share God’s heart for the unreached? Can we count on you?

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If you give towards this project, please use the reference "DOUBLE POWER".

Thank you!

 

 

 

Keep the Good News coming TWR

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Microphobne"Waves" transport radio programmes from a broadcast facility to your receiver. TWR Africa makes extensive use of the airwaves which God created to transport the Good News all around Africa in 82 languages!

In Africa, radio remains to be a loved and persuasive platform for the sharing of information. Not only is it by far the most cost effective form of accessing information in Africa, it can reach and equip the illiterate people of our continent. In spite of the development of new and faster technology, people throughout the world still have radios in their cars, listen to it on their cellphones and stream it live on their computers.

TWR Africa's medium wave broadcasts to southern Africa makes use of the night time air waves to share the transforming Gospel of Jesus Christ with millions of people in the southern parts of Africa.

Have you tuned in to our 1170kHz medium wave broadcasts recently?

For quality Christian content, tune in to TWR Radio 1170 medium wave from 20:00 (18:00 UTC).

 

 

TWR-KZN: Going deeper and wider

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 MG 5217The Lord is helping TWR-KZN to focus where His heart is – going deeper through research on problems youth are facing, ministering more specifically to children in dire need, and widen their reach to Indian communities.

Research on unplanned pregnancies

More than 99 000 schoolgirls fell pregnant in 2013 – a rate of about 271 girls for every day of that year. The highest percentage occurred in KwaZulu-Natal.

TWR-KZN started its own research last year to understand the pressure school girls are under and how to
help them stay pure until they are married. This is indeed a daunting task, but Zoe Gwala and her team are confident that the Lord will show the way and help them to instill in girls God’s moral principles and His heart for them.