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They Cannot Stop the Word of God

"No matter what tyrant, dictatorship, or oppressive rulership is out there, they will never be able to stop the penetration of the Word of… read more
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Staying Longer and Going Deeper

Pastor and author Eddie Rasnake writes: … read more
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Every Corner of the Earth

Are you familiar with TWR360? At least 25 million are! That's the number of people who have used TWR360 over the last 6 years. Where are all… read more
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A Rushing Mountain Stream

When I was a boy, our family's regular vacation spot was Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and on each trip, we would drive into the Great Smoky Mountains… read more
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The Iron Door

In an episode of The Andy Griffith Show called "One-Punch Opie," Deputy Barney Fife gives young Opie and several of his buddies a lecture… read more
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Planting Seminary Seeds

My father-in-law is a skilled vegetable gardener. Each winter, he starts by planting seed in dozens of trays in his greenhouse. He waters and… read more
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Very Few Returned

With a title like "Very Few Returned," you might assume that I'm referring to soldiers who have gone off to war. Actually, today's… read more
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They Need Our Help

In his work as an ambassador with Overseas Council, Dr. Manfred Kohl has traveled around the world working with seminaries and Bible schools. Why? … read more
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I Want to Be Part of That

On today's Footsteps, Rudolf Kabutz explains how he came to serve with TWR in South Africa. At one point in his story, as he was contemplating… read more
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Everything Together

Our calling at TWR is: "To reach the world for Christ by mass media so that lasting fruit is produced." So what types of mass media do we… read more
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God Is on the Move in Iran

Over the last several decades, we've seen political, military, and religious leaders "on the move" in the country of Iran. But now,… read more
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Tabatha

"Tabatha" is a 23-year-old listener to the "TWR Women of Hope" program in the Farsi language, and according to TWR's Ann… read more
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When God Is First

Missionaries Alan and Fabiola Gordon minister to the Quichua Indians of Ecuador. In Fabiola's work with the Quichua women, she teaches them that… read more
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They Asked Us for Help

"Actually ... they asked us to come in and help them," explains Alan Gordon concerning his missionary work with the Quichua Indians of… read more
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From Military to Missionary

Prior to moving to Ecuador and founding Casa de Fe, a home for abandoned, abused, and special needs children, Patti Sue Arnold served as a chief… read more
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This Is What I Was Made to Do

Patti Sue Arnold, a retired chief warrant officer with the U.S. Army, now serves as the president of Casa de Fe--a home for abandoned and special… read more
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I Sent Her to You to Love

Patti Sue Arnold serves as the president of Casa de Fe which is a home for abandoned and special needs children in Shell, Ecuador. On today's… read more
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Considering Abortion

On today's Footsteps, Dr. Peggy Banks tells the story of a woman in Turkey who became pregnant and "didn't think she could have this… read more
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Hope for Women in Turkey

On today's Footsteps, Dr. Peggy Banks, the TWR Women of Hope Global Ministry Director, mentioned that she was excited "to see how the Women… read more
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The Village Ancestral Spirit Priest

I've never liked movies about witches, demonic spirits, ghosts, or zombies. In fact, growing up, my mother wouldn't even let us watch the… read more
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