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University Chooses TWR Again

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NGU-Web smallNGU Visit - Swaziland

Half a dozen students are busy at North Greenville University (NGU) working on video projects filmed in Southern Africa earlier this month. These young adults are taking NGU’s Missionary Media Ministries class. The group (which included two faculty members) landed at the Johannesburg airport on 7 March and travelled by road over 1000 km to conduct six interviews with missionary families serving in South Africa and Swaziland.

Karyn Campbell teaches the course and described how NGU decided to send a team to TWR twice in a row.

Hope for the Hurting

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IMG 0939-with-captionProject Hannah Event - South Africa

Statistics have confirmed that women are the least valued, the least fed, the least educated and certainly, the least reached with the Gospel in a way that they can understand. The majority of women in this world have lost their God-given dignity as they have been shackled by cultural bias, poverty and ignorance.

These were some of the opening words of Marli Spieker, founder of Project Hannah Ministries (PH), at a special event at the Kempton Park Methodist Church on 21 February 2015.

ADAM "OUT OF AFRICA"

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AdamIt seems like yesterday that TWR’s staff in Johannesburg welcomed Adam Rozanas who came from the USA to serve for three years as a presenter. Those years have passed all too quickly. He is about to return to his home country.

In this three-year period, Adam has certainly made his mark in the hearts of listeners and colleagues alike. About his experience, Adam says:

God works in mysterious ways. I never dreamed of being a missionary or going to Africa, but God was opening doors for me to join TWR and serve in South Africa, and I felt that the right response was faithful obedience.

TWR Joins Duke Choir in Taking Messiah Concert to the World

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Messiah-Concert-smallDuke University Chapel’s beloved annual presentation of Handel’s Messiah is going international this year in a broadcast and live-stream collaboration with TWR.

The first two of the Duke Chapel Choir’s three performances Dec. 5-7 will be broadcast and audio-streamed live on five continents. TWR (also known as Trans World Radio) is making the live audio feed of the concert available to its huge network of national partners and contracted media outlets. TWR Africa will air this live broadcast on both DStv channel 855 and the twrafrica.org live stream.