Ministry is often associated with preaching and teaching. How then, would you ask, can a tractor become a ministry tool? Read on, and you will be surprised.
The West Africa TWR transmitter is located in one of the poorest countries in Africa. Geographically, this country sits on the southern edge of the Sahara desert and food shortages are common. The people there practice subsistence farming, and a hard year has long-reaching consequences. TWR owns a large parcel of land, and only a small portion of it is used for the transmitter. The TWR staff working at WATS (West Africa Transmitting Station) can't ignore the needs of the people around them, and have created some innovative means to help.