TWR Country Focus: Angola
One obvious advantage of Christian radio is that it can be understood and can therefore be informative among the hundreds of millions of people in the world who can’t read.
Combine that fact with its inexpensive availability to so many listeners even in remote, poorer areas, broadcasts like those by TWR become a powerful platform for taking the gospel to people who can’t read the Bible for themselves.
The brief and heartwarming statement below came from one of these listeners and was recorded and passed along to us by our partner in Angola.
TWR Country Focus: USA
A coordinator with Project Hannah, TWR’s global women’s ministry, passed along the moving story of Ayaan, who was born to Somali Christian parents living in Ethiopia but adopted by another Somali family. The adoptive parents raised her in a different faith.
Ayaan (not her real name) married a man in Ethiopia and emigrated to the United States. The couple had two children but eventually divorced because her in-laws never accepted her. She became depressed and thought several times about killing herself after finding no solace in the religion she had been brought up to follow.
TWR Country Focus: Egypt
When you discover something really special, you often feel like you can’t get enough of it.
That’s what happened with one of our Egyptian listeners, who discovered the greatest thing of all – the news that God sent his Son to redeem each one of us – while listening to TWR broadcasts.
The listener sent TWR’s response team a brief message in praise of the program Leading the Way, featuring the teaching of Dr. Michael Youssef, who also happens to be a native of Egypt.
TWR Country Focus: Philippines
TWR Philippines eloquently shares about the reciprocal blessings experienced by many of our national partners around the world.
It is not uncommon for us to receive messages from listeners thanking us for the programme and telling us how blessed they were by what they heard. Upon getting to know them better, it always turns out that we are the ones more blessed to have heard from them.
Such is true of our encounter with J.P., an avid listener of the Tagalog version of In Touch, Bigkis ng Katotohanan.
TWR Country Focus: Cuba
The prayers and well wishes of supporters and listeners of TWR broadcasts not only are warmly welcomed by staff and volunteers but also are indispensable to the ministry’s effectiveness.
This brief message from a woman in Cuba touched hearts and encouraged TWR workers as they take gospel around the world.
"I am a housewife and I love to listen to the station and particularly your programme. … I encountered RTM when I was 8 years old.