God is Still Using Short Wave in South Africa

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TWR operates three short wave transmitters in Swaziland. Like giant megaphones, these transmitters permeate Africa's airwaves in 31 languages over a span of 18 countries.

A listener from Gauteng, South Africa, who tunes in regularly to Transmitter two, writes:
"I cannot thank the Lord enough for the ministry of TWR, whereby millions of different nationalities and tribes are reached with the Word of God! Yes, may the Lord bring many of the Swahili speaking people in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to Himself this year and grant them purpose for their lives and the assurance of salvation and eternal life.

"I have also been touched by the care extended to hurting women and children all over the world through the ministry of Project Hannah and Women of Hope. Here, too, the Lord has used TWR to 'bring people out of darkness into His marvellous light'.

"I try to listen regularly to TWR in the evenings with all its very instructive teachings. So many times the Lord has spoken to my heart through something I was able to hear. My favourite teacher is Dr. McGee. Here I realize again and again how little I know and how much I still have to learn. He really makes the Word of God become practical and alive. He exposes sin and all the wrong teachings and practices in the church today. I have to admit that I learn so much more from TWR than in my own church.

"May the Lord Jesus keep His hand of ownership upon TWR."

Tune in to TWR's shortwave broadcast in South Africa from 6:30 to 10:00 every morning by trying one of the follow frequencies: 3200 kHz (90mb), 4775 kHz (60mb), or 6120 kHz (49mb). Also tune in every evening from 19h00 to 22h00 on 3200 kHz (90mb). Please visit {http://www.twrafrica.org/technical/shortwave-antennae.asp} for more information about picking up short wave broadcasts.

Published: 29 March 2011