A-1 - Encouraged by What You Read?

My Father--The Bible Smuggler

If I were to ask this question: "Can you name a Bible smuggler?" Many people would immediately mention Brother Andrew who founded Open… read more
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Even A Newscast

Why would a Christian radio station like TWR-Bonaire carry the news? Some might argue, “Christian stations should stick to Christian teaching… read more
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Counting the Cost in India

In Luke 14:27-33 (NKJV), Jesus tells His disciples... … read more
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Missing Exposition

According to Billy Judson of Good News Bible College and Seminary, "We have sermons which are more practical. Exposition is missing in Indian… read more
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Good News in India

We read a lot about "good news" in the Bible. The Gospel literally means good news . The birth of Jesus was good news (Luke 2:10). And… read more
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Don't You Know?

The Uyghurs are a minority people group that live primarily in Northwest China. And, on today's Footsteps, TWR missionaries Nick and Debbie… read more
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Solid Ground

Esteban Larrosa of TWR-Uruguay is involved in the production of a radio program called Tierra Firme (translated “Solid Ground”) which… read more
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Without Stain

Many people assume that my last name, Napier, is French, but it's actually Scottish. We have our own clan and our own tartan. We even have a… read more
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Hidden in a Sleeping Bag

As I meet more of my TWR colleagues from around the world, I am discovering that many of them have some amazing personal stories! For example, on… read more
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One Tenth

"We made a commitment...that whatever income we have, we will always give...ten percent...to our international partners," declares Dariush… read more
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Part of a Big Movement

Author and poet Manuel Rivas has been quoted as saying, "When the bandwagon presents itself, you have to jump onto it."(1) Many people… read more
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Blue Letter Bible

In 1901, Lous Klopsch, editor of Christian Herald magazine, published the first red-letter edition of the Bible.(1) Then, about a hundred years… read more
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Nomads

When I hear the word "nomad," I first think of the Chevrolet Nomad of the 1950s. I remember I had a purple Hot Wheels version of that… read more
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Are We Practicing Our Faith Well

From her experience of living in Pakistan and working with both Pakistanis and Afghans, Kate Mitchell, today’s guest on Footsteps, says that it… read more
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The Good The Bad And The Curious

When I was a young boy, I remember my dad telling me about a conversation he had with an elder in a nearby church. In fact, this man served as the… read more
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Much Much Easier

Just today, my wife Kathy asked me, “Would it be appropriate for me to ask a woman from another faith why she converted to that particular… read more
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A Lame Man

On today's program, Elisabeth Saeth, TWR's Women of Hope Coordinator for Norway, tells the story of a lame man in Tanzania. This paralyzed… read more
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The Value of a Woman

Elisabeth Saeth is TWR's Women of Hope Coordinator for Norway, and on today's program, speaking of the value of women, she says, "in… read more
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Praying Women in Norway

Elisabeth Saeth says that her work as Norway's coordinator for TWR's Women of Hope involves raising "awareness of the plight of women… read more
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We Are Not Allowed

"We are not allowed to do that." To do what? Air a Christian children's radio program in one of the countries in Central Asia that… read more
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