TWR Country Focus: Spain
An Ecuadorean woman who moved from New York to live with her daughter and grandchildren in Spain had her eyes opened when she listened to a Bible program.
Angela (not her real name) said she had halfheartedly tried listening to various preachers online at the urging of her daughter, who had accepted Christ a couple of years before.
TWR Country Focus: Saudi Arabia
I am a person committed to my religion. I memorize our [scriptures] and preach them.
Two years ago, some kind of doubts started to trigger in my soul about my own religion. Then I found your program, and many things started to come into place.
The Voice of the Church (VOC), an FM radio station founded in 1994 by TWR, celebrated 20 years of broadcasting on Saturday, 26 September at the Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre in Manzini. Close to 2,000 people attended the ceremony. VOC is the National Partner of Trans World Radio (TWR) in Swaziland.
The celebration made headlines in The Sunday Times of Swaziland as a Swazi-born billionaire pledged a E10,000,000 (approximately $720,000) donation for further development. The businessman (who now lives in Botswana) hearing the needs from the VOC National Director in August requested a budget. He presented this E10 million budget to companies in which he is a shareholder and explained the importance of VOC’s ministry in Swaziland.
TWR Country Focus: Peru
José discovered Thru the Bible by listening to the broadcasts of TWR’s national partner in Peru. Today, digital innovations are making it possible for him to dig even deeper into the Word.
"Thank you for your courses and words of encouragement, fresh water for my soul, which is in such need of truth and can find redemption only through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.