A woman in Mozambique shares how a Project Hannah prayer group changed her life:
"I am 45 years old. When I was 18 years old I had my son, but my husband did not want to stay with us. I do not have the same financial problems as my sisters in this group. I have a good job. I've been a teacher since I was 23. I did something very bad, though, which destroyed someone's family. I stole someone's husband.
A young man in Ethiopia recently sent us a letter testifying that God's love can reach beyond both physical and spiritual bars. He writes:
"I am 27 years old and am writing this letter to share my experiences and testify to the changes that took place in my life while I was confined in a prison.
"I praise God who enabled me to give my testimony for the new life and new way I am experiencing," writes a listener from Eritrea.
"I was brought up in a God-fearing family and learned Christian manners and ethics in my early childhood, but in my teenage years I was totally lost. Like the Prodigal Son mentioned in the Bible, I was immersed in all immoral and evil things: getting drunk; committing adultery; smoking; fighting; mocking and disrespecting old people, and so on. The list could be much longer. But doing these things was not giving me any satisfaction.
Patience & prayers rewarded as TWR Mozambique is granted FM Network license
At times we don't see the fulfilment of the promises of God for our lives because it requires not only faith, but patient waiting to realise God's purposes for our lives.
It has taken many years of prayer and perseverance to see the realisation of a critical goal for TWR Mozambique: the granting of the first FM Christian network license for the whole of Mozambique.
It is only the beginning, but now that the gates have been opened to the Gospel in a new and significant way, the TWR team in Mozambique are working to raise funds for the on-going costs associated with such a massive endeavour. The team is currently preparing a business plan for the FM license project.
God Answers the Prayers of Africa's Women
In many cultures, women and girls live in hopelessness because they are told they are of little worth and are a burden to their families. They have never been told that the Creator of the Universe cares about them, wants to hear their prayers and loves to answer them.
Project Hannah, TWR's ministry for women, embraces prayer as a key element of its vision. Throughout the year approximately 40,000 intercessors are praying in 70 languages using the Project Hannah daily prayer calendar. During October and early November each year a special focus on 'Thanksgiving Prayer' lifts everyone's heart. The praises arriving throughout the 40-day prayer and fasting season give testimony to God's faithful care for women across Africa.