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Silent People

As a Christian broadcaster, I have often prayed, "Lord, use me today in the lives of people that I will likely not meet until Heaven." In… read more
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God Designed It

The Bible begins in Genesis 1:1 (NKJV) with, "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." In between "the heavens and… read more
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On Our Hearts from Guam

Doug Gregson is part of the TWR staff on the island of Guam, and on today's Footsteps, he talks about some of the countries that "on our… read more
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Buried Radios

Over the last four years, I've recorded and produced over 700 different Footsteps programs, and by far, the episode that has received the most… read more
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Fasting For Radios

After weeks of research and hunting, I finally purchased a new bicycle. Actually, I bought a used bike, but I’m very excited about riding it… read more
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A Great Risk

On today's Footsteps, Thru The Bible's Executive Director Gregg Harris tells the story of a listener from a Middle Eastern country where… read more
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That Local Flavor

Any way you spell it, I love barbecue, barbeque, bar-b-q, or just BBQ! In general Texans prefer beef brisket. In western Kentucky, you'll… read more
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He Talked to Them

Since 1941, the bible teaching of Dr. J. Vernon McGee has been heard on radio. These days, Thru The Bible is aired around the world in over 100… read more
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When Conditions Are Bad

According to TWR's Steve Shantz, speaking of Venezuela, "When conditions are bad like this, people are asking questions, and people are… read more
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Difficulties in Venezuela

I've worked in radio for over three decades, and I've always driven my car to work. And after arrival, except in very rare cases, I have… read more
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Feeling without Hope

We're calling today's guest on Footsteps "Aybek." Honestly, I don't even know his real name, and I wasn't allowed to take… read more
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Helping Roma Women in Albania

Who are the Roma people? Quite possibly you would recognize them by another name – Gypsies. Eeva Vahasarja, the TWR Women of Hope coordinator… read more
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Prayer Is the First Thing

Have you ever been reading a passage in the Bible or listening to a sermon when suddenly, you saw something in the Scriptures that you had never… read more
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We Are Ready to Go

Eeva Vahasarja is a humble, peaceful, soft-spoken lady from Finland. While her demeanor is quite gentle, her convictions and actions are very bold. … read more
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Life on Life

"It's life on life, ultimately, as to how Christians grow," maintains TWR President Lauren Libby on today's Footsteps. He's… read more
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Naturally

Throughout the next week, you likely will have numerous conversations with people. You might wind up talking with a co-worker, a fellow student, a… read more
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Do Not Turn It On

My TWR coworker, Bob Thorp, is a walking miracle. If you haven't already heard it, I hope you'll listen to today's Footsteps, and take… read more
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Pray for Wisdom

Wisdom. We all need it. And Scripture tells us how we can get it. "Now if any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God—who gives to all… read more
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Where There Are No Churches

After Jesus' ressurection, he appeared to his disciples and said, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to the whole creation"… read more
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We Must Be Ready

Through the years, I have enjoyed playing and coaching soccer. In coaching, I have stressed the need to pass the ball, and for effective passing to… read more
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