My Own Way

"I decided to do things my own way," wrote a listener to Thru the Bible in South Africa. While I was interviewing Thru the Bible President… read more
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Why Was I Born a Girl?

We hear Hasna's story on today's Footsteps. Hasna lives in the North African country of Morocco, and because of the gender-related… read more
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Beloved Daughter

In many parts of the world, we find that "a lot of women ... their hearts are being damaged," explains Lisa Hall on today's Footsteps. … read more
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It Was Her Voice

"Lord, please send someone to witness to my mother and father." That was the prayer of a remarkable young woman in Kyrgyszstan, and on… read more
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That Same Day

Do any events in life, whether great or small, happen by luck, chance, or accident? When you listen to today's Footsteps, you'll hear a… read more
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What Are You Doing with Your Life?

With every passing year, time seems to be speeding up for me. It's as if I blink, and several months have hurried past me! I'm sure… read more
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I Knelt, I Prayed

Do you know Jesus as your personal Savior? Perry Beabout did not really know Jesus until God spoke to him through a Christian radio broadcast. … read more
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Links in a Chain

On today's Footsteps, Jenny Noyes of New Wineskins Missionary Network talks about the big picture of missions. Basically, it's all about the… read more
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Whatever You Do

After serving a summer internship with TWR, Rachel Kiti says, "I've learned that with any skills, anywhere ... you can serve God right where… read more
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Fulfilling and Satisfying

Are you a college student who is trying to discover your next step in life? How would you like to add some "fulfilling and satisfying"… read more
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Growing Pains

There are times when God calls us out of our comfort zones, and often, it's during those uncomfortable seasons when we experience spiritual… read more
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Summer Interns around the World

Are you a college student or the parent of a student? Does an international experience with a global media ministry sound intriguing? Then check… read more
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Summer Interns in the United States

Each summer, the TWR offices in Cary, North Carolina are blessed to host college interns. Typically, these interns serve with TWR during the months… read more
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My Father Beats Me Up

"My father beats me up." Those words provoke feelings of sadness, anger, and compassion within me. On today's Footsteps,… read more
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I Am Ready to Die

The majority of my 35 years of experience in Christian radio has been at local stations in the United States. I've met thousands of listeners. … read more
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Anguish Versus Hope

"Tonight, the Taliban are in Afghanistan, so is TWR. One party speaks anguish. The other party speaks hope." That's the way TWR… read more
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Bringing Hope to Afghanistan

If you've ever received a letter or email from TWR, or if you've ever explored our website, you've likely seen the phrase,… read more
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Deathly Afraid of Darkness

Many of us have seen the sobering images of the devastation in Haiti following the recent magnitude 7.2 earthquake. Do you realize that all of the… read more
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It Was All Worth It

"I had to give up all my income, but it was all worth it," said a former witch doctor in Nepal. Thru The Bible President Gregg Harris… read more
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Organic Churches in Nepal

On today's Footsteps, Thru The Bible President Gregg Harris describes how some listener groups in Nepal are springing up "organically."… read more
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