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Words of Peace

TWR or Trans World Radio uses 235 languages to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in approximately 190 countries. In many of those countries,… read more
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Step Here

When I was a young boy, our family would vacation in Gatlinburg, Tennessee which borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. At least once on… read more
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Gunrunner

Gunrunners are sometimes depicted in action movies, or the story of the capture of an illegal arms dealer may appear in the news. But, I would not… read more
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Dirt in My Hand

On today's Footsteps, Dr. Erwin Lutzer of Moody Church in Chicago tells a story that points to the humility of D.L. Moody. When an admirer asked… read more
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These Little Devices

In the 1960s, if you wanted to get an audio copy of the Bible into a closed country, you'd need to carry a suitcase-sized, portable… read more
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It Began with a Tiny Radio

While sailing from England to New England in 1630, John Winthrop delivered his famous sermon "A Model of Christian Charity" to those on… read more
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These People Can Be Reached

Have you ever watched the 1970s television show The Six Million Dollar Man? The storyline revolves around a former astronaut, Steve Austin, who had… read more
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Cesspool

Hemant Patel pastors a church in Agra, India, and on today's Footsteps, he tells the story of how his congregation purchased a piece of land that… read more
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In the Shadow of the Taj Mahal

On today's Footsteps, Hemant Patel talks about his dream of building a church "in the shadow of the Taj Mahal." I'm struck by the… read more
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It IS Your Life

On today's Footsteps, Precept Ministries International CEO David Arthur quotes a passage from Deuteronomy 32: … read more
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Dying for Their Faith

In the United States, according to the First Amendment of the Constitution, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,… read more
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Precept Around the World

Since Chattanooga, Tennessee is my hometown, I've heard the name Kay Arthur for as long as I can remember. In fact, I recall in the early days,… read more
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The Radio Becomes Their Pastor

One of the reasons that I was drawn to TWR was the simplicity of the work. Basically, we're sharing the Gospel through media--primarily radio,… read more
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A First Generation Church

On today's Footsteps, we learn from TWR's Nathan Anderson that the Church in Central Asia is made up of "first-generation… read more
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The Most Pure Church

When Alberto Gonzalez, TWR's ministry director for Cuba, visited a church that had been planted as a result of Trans World Radio's signal… read more
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Church on Wheels

The author of Hebrews encourages believers to "not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now… read more
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A Spiritually Hungry Area

On today's Footsteps, TWR President Lauren Libby refers to Central Asia as "an area that is spiritually hungry and desperately needs the… read more
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The Lows

On today's Footsteps, Garth Kennedy, the station director for TWR's transmitting site in West Africa, talks about some of "the… read more
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The First Item They Would Like to Buy

"AM in West Africa is still big. It's still very big!" maintains Garth Kennedy, station director for TWR's transmitting facility… read more
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The Benefits of Radio

Throughout the world, TWR utilizes multiple media platforms including Medium Wave or AM radio. And, in places like Central Asia, AM is one of the… read more
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