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40 Days of Celebration!

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We're posting various milestones from our 40 years of ministry in Africa...here are a few:

Register for TWR Global Quest!

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NEW GAME!

TWR USA is sponsoring a new contest about the Great Commission. You may be eligible for a chance to win great prizes. Complete information can be found at the contest website: twrglobalquest.com

 

TWR Responds to Ebola

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The current Ebola virus outbreak is the largest to date. TWR West Africa Director Abdoulaye Sangho reports that our national office in Cote d'Ivoire (TWR-CI) plans an emergency response project.

At 60, Media Ministry's Fruitful Past Heralds Future

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TWR Celebrates Milestone by Building on Foundation of Expanding Outreach

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TWR is celebrating its 60th anniversary of Gospel broadcasting by expanding its reach to even more people needing hope in places like Cuba, China and Afghanistan.

Not content to rest on yesterday’s accomplishments, TWR officials offer thanks for six decades of God’s blessings but insist on keeping the spotlight on the media ministry’s newest initiatives.

“It’s a privilege to be living under the call of God for 60 years,” says Lauren Libby, president of TWR International. “Not only a privilege, but also a legacy that we go into the future with. Our founder, Dr. Paul Freed, believed God for big things. We’re still doing that. And the goal is still the world, the gospel of Jesus Christ and producing lasting fruit by mass media.”

Signing on the air from Tangier, Morocco, on Feb. 22, 1954, the ministry that would become TWR relied on one 2,500-watt Army-surplus transmitter for broadcasting to Spain in three languages. Today TWR uses 20 high-powered transmitting sites, 2,000 local stations worldwide and other media to speak hope in more than 230 languages to a potential audience of roughly 4 billion in 160 countries.