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God Is Stirring the Pot

In his popular book Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, pastor and author Henry Blackaby encourages a group of college students to… read more
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The Pain in Their Eyes

Francis Schaeffer has been quoted as saying, "Biblical orthodoxy without compassion is surely the ugliest thing in the world."(1) As… read more
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Engraved in My Soul

"Joseph" works with TWR in the Middle East. "Joseph" is not his real name, and for security reasons, we can't even tell you… read more
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Second Honeymoon in Portugal

One of the things which impresses me most about TWR (Trans World Radio) is the heart of our people. Not only are they dedicated in their work with… read more
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Speaking Hope Globally

Here at Trans World Radio, we often say that TWR is "speaking hope to the world." In fact, on today's program, TWR President Lauren… read more
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But I Have Never Been to Seminary

Have you ever seen or even heard of an old movie called The Inn of the Sixth Happiness? It was released in 1958 and starred Ingrid Bergman. Our… read more
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Diesel Mechanic Missionary

Ray Alary began his missionary service with TWR as a diesel mechanic/electrician at our broadcasting facility on Bonaire. Now, Ray is the President… read more
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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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Searching for Something There

After decades of humanism, some Germans are now "searching for something there" claims Dirk Mueller, TWR's International Director for… read more
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Reaching Osaka

According to missionary Frank Harrell, one of the main strategies that MTW (Mission to the World) is using to reach Osaka, Japan is through a new… read more
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Very Small, Very Old

On today's Footsteps, MTW (Mission to the World) missionary Frank Harrell describes the Church in Japan as "very small, very old." … read more
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Tin Boxes

If you were to take a tour of the TWR America's headquarters in Cary, NC, you would notice that our walls are covered with maps and photos from… read more
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Accidentally

I grew up in a family where my father often reminded me that "there is no such thing as luck or accidents," so I'm sure he would agree… read more
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Wherever You Find Yourself

"Wherever you find yourself, God can use you," insists TWR's Stuart Gordon of South Africa, and I believe his assertion is in agreement… read more
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The Mafia Is Coming

I don't want to spoil today's Footsteps in case you haven't heard it, so I'll only touch on one point. Imagine that you are a… read more
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A Big Voice for Jesus

Today is the day! At 5:30 pm Atlantic Time, TWR-Bonaire begins broadcasting on a brand new Nautel transmitter. In fact, with a 450,000 watt AM… read more
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Fire

On December 22, 2017, just three days before Christmas, a major fire caused severe damage to the TWR International Headquarters in Cary, NC. … read more
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Is the Bible Credible

On today's Footsteps, we hear a conversation between TWR President Lauren Libby and Christian singer/songwriter Michael Card concerning the… read more
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The No Snow Story

We know from Scripture that "The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much. Elijah was a man with a nature like ours, and he… read more
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Cold or Bold

Pointing to signs for the end of the age, Jesus said "Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold" (Matthew… read more
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