For many of the Hazara people, radio and the internet are their only access to the good news.
Though it is strictly forbidden to evangelize in Somalia, barriers to the gospel are being torn down little by little.
From small beginnings in Serbia and Croatia, TWR’s Women of Hope programs are helping listeners confront difficult issues and build confidence in Christ.
Having the songs on YouTube is important for the creators. Roma people are avid users of their phones and social media. “Kids spend a lot of time on YouTube whether we like it or not”, says Misa.
Many of Trans World Radio’s national partners met in Central Europe to consider the benefits of using Artificial Intelligence in Christian media ministry.
Although many Farsi speakers are spiritually hungry, they struggle to find a safe space for asking questions about God. TWR is finding ways to break the silence.
Hope for Sudan is a collection of daily radio programs, designed to help Sudanese people understand God’s plan for their lives.
TWR’s Central and Eastern Europe ministries include 15 countries and 18 language groups, partnering with like-minded organizations.
Precious and Beloved speaks to Muslim women worldwide about their worth and value. The goal is to have 52 scripts translated into over 20 languages.
Every Man a Warrior is a Christian discipleship curriculum and ministry of TWR, training men to be the spiritual leaders God desires.
The TWR media team in Syria balances spiritual themes with medical and psychological guidance. They also help in practical ways.
Amid war, the unpredictability of electric power and internet access reveals the importance of radio broadcasts.
Talmatha is a discipleship program to reach out to the Arab people in the Middle East and North Africa with sound and profound biblical teaching.
Even when governments hinder access to certain technologies, TWR is able to reach beyond the barriers.
More than 90 people gathered Sept. 6-9 with partners from Europe and CAMENA. The first such event since 2019 had the theme “Media to Movement”.
The goal of the project is to offer quality, biblical content to Portuguese youth as young as 12 years old, with humor and the use of cartoons.
Tabor is the word for Roma camps in the local Romani language. Elena Marchuk started this project in 2013 and today there are more than 500 programs produced.
It can be challenging for people to imagine being a follower of Jesus. That’s why we make sure that the art, music, and language feel local.
The effectiveness of combining radio with digital ministry in the Persian-speaking world is particularly important due to the volatile and unpredictable spiritual and political climate in the region.
Women of Hope is focusing on specific regions where women are commonly abused and exploited and where many have never heard God’s message of redemption.
Trans World Radio has a national partner in Ukraine and a ministry affiliation in Russia. Extra attention is now paid to themes such as forgiveness, dealing with trials and helping others in need.
For numerous Protestant churches, gospel content through radio may well be one of the few reliable sources of responding to questions and nurturing local believers.
Mrs. Yanka represents one of the 12 million Roma people currently living in Europe, predominantly in the central and southeastern part of the continent.
TWR teams in Central Asia broadcast programs, produce YouTube videos, and distribute hand-held radios with USB sticks filled with programs.
TWR Women of Hope has produced Hidden Treasures, an audio series for women who have been sexually exploited. Hidden Treasures is available in ten languages with three in process.