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A New Car for Benin

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Web small BeninCarThe high-powered TWR transmitter station in Benin reaches a potential audience of 190 million people in the countries of Benin, Togo, Niger, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Mali. The transmitter station is located 30km from the nearest town, and staff often have to travel great distances on bad roads to the airport or meet with various officials and government staff. There are also many visitors to the station from TWR, volunteers, and visiting missionaries, and staff often assist with transportation.

Urban Hour "Finest Show in Africa"

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Two years ago, Adam Rozanas asked TWR to let him produce Urban Hour, a weekly hip hop / rap show. His supervisor eventually agreed and gave it a late night time slot, simulcast on TWR-Malawi FM and DStv. God used it to reach hearts and change lives and it will continue thanks to Lebo Borole now that Adam is about to return to his native USA.

Adam met Mbongiseni, a faithful listener, 31 October at TWR’s transmitter site during our 40th anniversary celebrations in Swaziland. 

Letter from Afar Helped Him Hold Fast: A Story of Hope

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Web small Ethiopia NovLanguage: English
Country: Ethiopia

In a desk in an Addis Ababa office sits a 23-year-old letter that changed lives.

The letter belongs to Wakshuma Terefe, and he unfolded it recently and told his story to TWR Ministry Relations Director Joe Fort, who was visiting Ethiopia on business. Today, Wakshuma is head of electronic media for the Ethiopian Evangelical Church’s communication service – a partner of TWR – and the letter is partly responsible for that fact.

“I pray for TWR Staff”, says ardent listener

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Madon Mangumba-listener with radioBy Patrick Semphere 

“In this village, you have a faithful listener. You need to visit him.” These were the words that prompted me to visit Mason Mangumba for the first time at his humble home in Chakachadza Village in Dedza district in Malawi. He had an old rundown radio set with reception that was reduced to a crackle. I promised to replace his radio set and did just that a month later. During my most recent visit, it was clear that he cherishes this link to the word of life.