Day after day, year after year, for 25 years, the Lord has been faithful to TWR Malawi. Through the latter half of the eighties, into the nineties, through the 2000's and now looking forward into the 2010's He has been doing great things, for His name's sake. In the highs and lows, the valleys and mountains, God is good. Now it's time to celebrate His goodness with a silver jubilee celebration!
Listeners who write in bear testimony to the ministry of God's Word over the radio waves in Malawi. One listener writes, "The day I heard the gospel on TWR all this [sinful living] was brought to an end. I became a born again person." Another writes, "The radio station is making us grow spiritually, we are no longer babies." Yet another writes, "I love TWR so much because it ministers to my life and my family." From doubt to decision to discipleship, in the warm heart of Africa. Thank you Jesus!
These listeners hear TWR Malawi on short wave and over FM. The team of twenty-four full time employees and twelve volunteers work energetically to produce programmes which are aired 24 hours a day in Chichewa, Chitumbuka, Chiyao and English, and are within reach of a potential audience of six million listeners.
TWR's National Director, Victor Kaunga, explains what makes him passionate about being part of TWR's ministry In Malawi: "Contributing to changed lives in Malawi and beyond! TWR Malawi is the only leading Christian and non-denominational media organisation in Malawi and so it tends to be heavily relied on for the truthful teaching of God's Word."
The keynote verse for the celebration: "Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen and called its name Ebenezer; for he said, 'Till now the LORD has helped us'" (1 Samuel 7:12). The theme: Thus Far He Has Brought Us. Please pray for this wonderful event which will take place later this year.
The key objectives of this celebration are three-fold - to celebrate God goodness first and foremost, to increase awareness of TWR Malawi, and to mobilise new resources.
Published: 30 June 2011