TWR Epic Stories

Inspirational film series from TWR Europe



TWR Europe’s “Epic Story” in the Middle East
Youth Programming

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Note: Religion is a very sensitive issue in many areas of the world, particularly in the Middle East. For security reasons, we have partially covered the faces of the young people in this DVD.

Overview

A TWR Epic Story from the Middle East - Youth Programming

Imagine being a teenager in a culture that emphasizes conformity and tradition, where weakness is hidden at any cost. A culture in which the customs and rules of a religion are the focus of daily life. Enter Muna, a teenage girl living in such a culture in the Middle East. She longs for someone to confide in, to share her secrets with, to ask the questions that trouble her days and haunt her nights.

But there is no one. The adults in Muna’s life refuse to openly discuss her questions. She falls into drug and alcohol abuse, satanic practices, and bad relationships. Finally, in quiet desperation, Muna writes an email to TWR through the website for a youth radio program called Ala’s Diary. The program provides an open and honest opportunity for youth to get real answers to the difficult questions in life.

TWR’s correspondence team writes back to Muna, encouraging her and giving her the guidance to get her life back on track.

In the Middle East, youth comprise 50% of the Arab population. Today, these young people are faced with greater and more difficult challenges than ever before. They need someone to understand them—a friend with whom they can speak openly about their worries.

Ala’s Diary is just one example of a program that TWR uses to reach out to people in the Middle East. Other projects include producing an oral Bible for non-literates in the Arabic language; a follow-up center in Syria that will allow TWR’s staff to minister more effectively to listeners; a Lebanese youth program to encourage young people to solve their problems from a biblical perspective; ‘Beyond Limits,’ which provides on-the-ground assistance to persecuted believers; and Do You Know Him?, a seeker-sensitive program.

Utilizing organizations and staff in various countries across the Middle East, TWR’s CAMENA (Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa) Ministries department helps coordinate these projects.

The Middle East may seem like an exotic, far-away land, but its impact on the rest of the world is profound. Consider making an eternal difference by supporting TWR’s work in the Middle East with your prayers or finances.


Listener Stories

“Thank you for sending me such wonderful teachings; they came in the right time when I've been struggling the past few weeks. But since hearing from you I found real hope, peace and enthusiasm inside of me to make the suitable decision by God’s power.”—From a listener in Palestine
“I really admire your episodes along with the wonderful partners that enriched us with many real experiences; the discussion is very rich; the structure of the site is very organized and easy to follow. Thank you for your faithfulness to speak God's Word to us in a simple way.”—From a listener in Egypt
“I count it my privilege to know you as my dearest friends; when I received the last response from you, tears started running down my cheeks... I was in great need to hear such encouraging words, please keep praying for me, that the Lord would release me completely from every sin that is controlling my life.”—From a listener in Kuwait
“I recently had the pleasure of receiving from you the Bible. Also thank you for answering my questions, which I was longing for a long time to find somebody who could answer them. Now I have an inner peace, when I realized that Christ gave Himself to pay the penalty of our own sins, to release us from these bondages.  You couldn’t imagine the joy that lifted up my spirit, when I knew that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life. “I would like to tell you that I would share your responses with many Algerian friends whom they know you very well, but they couldn’t correspond with you due to strict situations around them. So please keep praying for me…”—From a listener in Algeria

Study Questions

  1. Muna saw TWR as a unique source of help for her life; no one else could help her. Are we living our lives such that people, even complete strangers, will turn to us for help after looking at our lives?
  2. How strong do you feel the barriers are of other cultures or religions? How important do you think it is to be of the same culture or religion as someone else before you can relate to them? Is there anything we can do to bridge these barriers? What responsibilities do we have to those of other cultures or religions who live in our country?
  3. Ala's Diary is a production for youth by youth. It was created because their audience was not responding to more "traditional" forms of evangelism. Do we attempt to reach people using methods that are ineffective because they are "traditional"? How can we make sure our ministries are reaching the audience in the most effective way?
  4. TWR was able to reach and minister to Muna even though she never met a staff member in person. Do you have the kind of faith to entrust your life to someone you have never seen? Has there been anyone in your life whom you trusted even though you did not know them very well?
  5. Arabs seem to put up barriers to keep from appearing weak. What barriers do we put up in our lives? How can we lower our barriers? How can we get past others’ barriers?

Project Sponsorship

Young people want to talk about and change their future - you can help them by sponsoring all or part of these programs!

Egyptian Arabic - "Youth to Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,350
Turkey - Youth Radio
Per week - USD $1,265
Hebrew - "Youth Talks" radio program
Per week - USD $965
Slovakia - "Youth Alternatives" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Hungary - "Hungarian Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Poland - "Before You Decide - Family Matters" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Serbia - "Messages of Reconciliation" radio program
Per week - USD $2,650
Ukraine - "Voice of Eternal Love" radio program
Per week - USD $865

Please contact us regarding specific countries or languages for which you would like information. Call us in the U.S. at 1-800-456-7897 Or, find an Area Director or country office nearest you: www.twr.org


Further Information and Resources

Contact information

twre@twr.org

Marketing & Communications Department
c/o TWR Central Europe
P.O. Box 12
820 02
Bratislava 22
Slovak Republic
+421.2.4820.9244
www.twreurope.org

Websites on the Middle East

TWR Europe’s “Epic Story” in the Middle East
Youth Programming

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Note: Religion is a very sensitive issue in many areas of the world, particularly in the Middle East. For security reasons, we have partially covered the faces of the young people in this DVD.

Overview

A TWR Epic Story from the Middle East - Youth Programming

Imagine being a teenager in a culture that emphasizes conformity and tradition, where weakness is hidden at any cost. A culture in which the customs and rules of a religion are the focus of daily life. Enter Muna, a teenage girl living in such a culture in the Middle East. She longs for someone to confide in, to share her secrets with, to ask the questions that trouble her days and haunt her nights.

But there is no one. The adults in Muna’s life refuse to openly discuss her questions. She falls into drug and alcohol abuse, satanic practices, and bad relationships. Finally, in quiet desperation, Muna writes an email to TWR through the website for a youth radio program called Ala’s Diary. The program provides an open and honest opportunity for youth to get real answers to the difficult questions in life.

TWR’s correspondence team writes back to Muna, encouraging her and giving her the guidance to get her life back on track.

In the Middle East, youth comprise 50% of the Arab population. Today, these young people are faced with greater and more difficult challenges than ever before. They need someone to understand them—a friend with whom they can speak openly about their worries.

Ala’s Diary is just one example of a program that TWR uses to reach out to people in the Middle East. Other projects include producing an oral Bible for non-literates in the Arabic language; a follow-up center in Syria that will allow TWR’s staff to minister more effectively to listeners; a Lebanese youth program to encourage young people to solve their problems from a biblical perspective; ‘Beyond Limits,’ which provides on-the-ground assistance to persecuted believers; and Do You Know Him?, a seeker-sensitive program.

Utilizing organizations and staff in various countries across the Middle East, TWR’s CAMENA (Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa) Ministries department helps coordinate these projects.

The Middle East may seem like an exotic, far-away land, but its impact on the rest of the world is profound. Consider making an eternal difference by supporting TWR’s work in the Middle East with your prayers or finances.


Listener Stories

“Thank you for sending me such wonderful teachings; they came in the right time when I've been struggling the past few weeks. But since hearing from you I found real hope, peace and enthusiasm inside of me to make the suitable decision by God’s power.”—From a listener in Palestine
“I really admire your episodes along with the wonderful partners that enriched us with many real experiences; the discussion is very rich; the structure of the site is very organized and easy to follow. Thank you for your faithfulness to speak God's Word to us in a simple way.”—From a listener in Egypt
“I count it my privilege to know you as my dearest friends; when I received the last response from you, tears started running down my cheeks... I was in great need to hear such encouraging words, please keep praying for me, that the Lord would release me completely from every sin that is controlling my life.”—From a listener in Kuwait
“I recently had the pleasure of receiving from you the Bible. Also thank you for answering my questions, which I was longing for a long time to find somebody who could answer them. Now I have an inner peace, when I realized that Christ gave Himself to pay the penalty of our own sins, to release us from these bondages.  You couldn’t imagine the joy that lifted up my spirit, when I knew that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life. “I would like to tell you that I would share your responses with many Algerian friends whom they know you very well, but they couldn’t correspond with you due to strict situations around them. So please keep praying for me…”—From a listener in Algeria

Study Questions

  1. Muna saw TWR as a unique source of help for her life; no one else could help her. Are we living our lives such that people, even complete strangers, will turn to us for help after looking at our lives?
  2. How strong do you feel the barriers are of other cultures or religions? How important do you think it is to be of the same culture or religion as someone else before you can relate to them? Is there anything we can do to bridge these barriers? What responsibilities do we have to those of other cultures or religions who live in our country?
  3. Ala's Diary is a production for youth by youth. It was created because their audience was not responding to more "traditional" forms of evangelism. Do we attempt to reach people using methods that are ineffective because they are "traditional"? How can we make sure our ministries are reaching the audience in the most effective way?
  4. TWR was able to reach and minister to Muna even though she never met a staff member in person. Do you have the kind of faith to entrust your life to someone you have never seen? Has there been anyone in your life whom you trusted even though you did not know them very well?
  5. Arabs seem to put up barriers to keep from appearing weak. What barriers do we put up in our lives? How can we lower our barriers? How can we get past others’ barriers?

Project Sponsorship

Young people want to talk about and change their future - you can help them by sponsoring all or part of these programs!

Egyptian Arabic - "Youth to Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,350
Turkey - Youth Radio
Per week - USD $1,265
Hebrew - "Youth Talks" radio program
Per week - USD $965
Slovakia - "Youth Alternatives" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Hungary - "Hungarian Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Poland - "Before You Decide - Family Matters" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Serbia - "Messages of Reconciliation" radio program
Per week - USD $2,650
Ukraine - "Voice of Eternal Love" radio program
Per week - USD $865

Please contact us regarding specific countries or languages for which you would like information. Call us in the U.S. at 1-800-456-7897 Or, find an Area Director or country office nearest you: www.twr.org


Further Information and Resources

Contact information

twre@twr-europe.org

PR Team
c/o TWR Central Europe
PO Box 12
820 02
Bratislava 22
Slovak Republic
+421.2.4820.9244
www.twr.org/europe

Websites on the Middle East

Note: Religion is a very sensitive issue in many areas of the world, particularly in the Middle East. For security reasons, we have partially covered the faces of the young people in this DVD.

Overview

A TWR Epic Story from the Middle East - Youth Programming

Imagine being a teenager in a culture that emphasizes conformity and tradition, where weakness is hidden at any cost. A culture in which the customs and rules of a religion are the focus of daily life. Enter Muna, a teenage girl living in such a culture in the Middle East. She longs for someone to confide in, to share her secrets with, to ask the questions that trouble her days and haunt her nights.

But there is no one. The adults in Muna’s life refuse to openly discuss her questions. She falls into drug and alcohol abuse, satanic practices, and bad relationships. Finally, in quiet desperation, Muna writes an email to TWR through the website for a youth radio program called Ala’s Diary. The program provides an open and honest opportunity for youth to get real answers to the difficult questions in life.

TWR’s correspondence team writes back to Muna, encouraging her and giving her the guidance to get her life back on track.

In the Middle East, youth comprise 50% of the Arab population. Today, these young people are faced with greater and more difficult challenges than ever before. They need someone to understand them—a friend with whom they can speak openly about their worries.

Ala’s Diary is just one example of a program that TWR uses to reach out to people in the Middle East. Other projects include producing an oral Bible for non-literates in the Arabic language; a follow-up center in Syria that will allow TWR’s staff to minister more effectively to listeners; a Lebanese youth program to encourage young people to solve their problems from a biblical perspective; ‘Beyond Limits,’ which provides on-the-ground assistance to persecuted believers; and Do You Know Him?, a seeker-sensitive program.

Utilizing organizations and staff in various countries across the Middle East, TWR’s CAMENA (Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa) Ministries department helps coordinate these projects.

The Middle East may seem like an exotic, far-away land, but its impact on the rest of the world is profound. Consider making an eternal difference by supporting TWR’s work in the Middle East with your prayers or finances.


Listener Stories

“Thank you for sending me such wonderful teachings; they came in the right time when I've been struggling the past few weeks. But since hearing from you I found real hope, peace and enthusiasm inside of me to make the suitable decision by God’s power.”—From a listener in Palestine
“I really admire your episodes along with the wonderful partners that enriched us with many real experiences; the discussion is very rich; the structure of the site is very organized and easy to follow. Thank you for your faithfulness to speak God's Word to us in a simple way.”—From a listener in Egypt
“I count it my privilege to know you as my dearest friends; when I received the last response from you, tears started running down my cheeks... I was in great need to hear such encouraging words, please keep praying for me, that the Lord would release me completely from every sin that is controlling my life.”—From a listener in Kuwait
“I recently had the pleasure of receiving from you the Bible. Also thank you for answering my questions, which I was longing for a long time to find somebody who could answer them. Now I have an inner peace, when I realized that Christ gave Himself to pay the penalty of our own sins, to release us from these bondages.  You couldn’t imagine the joy that lifted up my spirit, when I knew that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life. “I would like to tell you that I would share your responses with many Algerian friends whom they know you very well, but they couldn’t correspond with you due to strict situations around them. So please keep praying for me…”—From a listener in Algeria

Study Questions

  1. Muna saw TWR as a unique source of help for her life; no one else could help her. Are we living our lives such that people, even complete strangers, will turn to us for help after looking at our lives?
  2. How strong do you feel the barriers are of other cultures or religions? How important do you think it is to be of the same culture or religion as someone else before you can relate to them? Is there anything we can do to bridge these barriers? What responsibilities do we have to those of other cultures or religions who live in our country?
  3. Ala's Diary is a production for youth by youth. It was created because their audience was not responding to more "traditional" forms of evangelism. Do we attempt to reach people using methods that are ineffective because they are "traditional"? How can we make sure our ministries are reaching the audience in the most effective way?
  4. TWR was able to reach and minister to Muna even though she never met a staff member in person. Do you have the kind of faith to entrust your life to someone you have never seen? Has there been anyone in your life whom you trusted even though you did not know them very well?
  5. Arabs seem to put up barriers to keep from appearing weak. What barriers do we put up in our lives? How can we lower our barriers? How can we get past others’ barriers?

Project Sponsorship

Young people want to talk about and change their future - you can help them by sponsoring all or part of these programs!

Egyptian Arabic - "Youth to Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,350
Turkey - Youth Radio
Per week - USD $1,265
Hebrew - "Youth Talks" radio program
Per week - USD $965
Slovakia - "Youth Alternatives" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Hungary - "Hungarian Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Poland - "Before You Decide - Family Matters" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Serbia - "Messages of Reconciliation" radio program
Per week - USD $2,650
Ukraine - "Voice of Eternal Love" radio program
Per week - USD $865

Please contact us regarding specific countries or languages for which you would like information. Call us in the U.S. at 1-800-456-7897 Or, find an Area Director or country office nearest you: www.twr.org


Further Information and Resources

Contact information

twre@twr-europe.org

PR Team
c/o TWR Central Europe
PO Box 12
820 02
Bratislava 22
Slovak Republic
+421.2.4820.9244
www.twr.org/europe

Websites on the Middle East

Note: Religion is a very sensitive issue in many areas of the world, particularly in the Middle East. For security reasons, we have partially covered the faces of the young people in this DVD.

Overview

A TWR Epic Story from the Middle East - Youth Programming

Imagine being a teenager in a culture that emphasizes conformity and tradition, where weakness is hidden at any cost. A culture in which the customs and rules of a religion are the focus of daily life. Enter Muna, a teenage girl living in such a culture in the Middle East. She longs for someone to confide in, to share her secrets with, to ask the questions that trouble her days and haunt her nights.

But there is no one. The adults in Muna’s life refuse to openly discuss her questions. She falls into drug and alcohol abuse, satanic practices, and bad relationships. Finally, in quiet desperation, Muna writes an email to TWR through the website for a youth radio program called Ala’s Diary. The program provides an open and honest opportunity for youth to get real answers to the difficult questions in life.

TWR’s correspondence team writes back to Muna, encouraging her and giving her the guidance to get her life back on track.

In the Middle East, youth comprise 50% of the Arab population. Today, these young people are faced with greater and more difficult challenges than ever before. They need someone to understand them—a friend with whom they can speak openly about their worries.

Ala’s Diary is just one example of a program that TWR uses to reach out to people in the Middle East. Other projects include producing an oral Bible for non-literates in the Arabic language; a follow-up center in Syria that will allow TWR’s staff to minister more effectively to listeners; a Lebanese youth program to encourage young people to solve their problems from a biblical perspective; ‘Beyond Limits,’ which provides on-the-ground assistance to persecuted believers; and Do You Know Him?, a seeker-sensitive program.

Utilizing organizations and staff in various countries across the Middle East, TWR’s CAMENA (Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa) Ministries department helps coordinate these projects.

The Middle East may seem like an exotic, far-away land, but its impact on the rest of the world is profound. Consider making an eternal difference by supporting TWR’s work in the Middle East with your prayers or finances.


Listener Stories

“Thank you for sending me such wonderful teachings; they came in the right time when I've been struggling the past few weeks. But since hearing from you I found real hope, peace and enthusiasm inside of me to make the suitable decision by God’s power.”—From a listener in Palestine
“I really admire your episodes along with the wonderful partners that enriched us with many real experiences; the discussion is very rich; the structure of the site is very organized and easy to follow. Thank you for your faithfulness to speak God's Word to us in a simple way.”—From a listener in Egypt
“I count it my privilege to know you as my dearest friends; when I received the last response from you, tears started running down my cheeks... I was in great need to hear such encouraging words, please keep praying for me, that the Lord would release me completely from every sin that is controlling my life.”—From a listener in Kuwait
“I recently had the pleasure of receiving from you the Bible. Also thank you for answering my questions, which I was longing for a long time to find somebody who could answer them. Now I have an inner peace, when I realized that Christ gave Himself to pay the penalty of our own sins, to release us from these bondages.  You couldn’t imagine the joy that lifted up my spirit, when I knew that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life. “I would like to tell you that I would share your responses with many Algerian friends whom they know you very well, but they couldn’t correspond with you due to strict situations around them. So please keep praying for me…”—From a listener in Algeria

Study Questions

  1. Muna saw TWR as a unique source of help for her life; no one else could help her. Are we living our lives such that people, even complete strangers, will turn to us for help after looking at our lives?
  2. How strong do you feel the barriers are of other cultures or religions? How important do you think it is to be of the same culture or religion as someone else before you can relate to them? Is there anything we can do to bridge these barriers? What responsibilities do we have to those of other cultures or religions who live in our country?
  3. Ala's Diary is a production for youth by youth. It was created because their audience was not responding to more "traditional" forms of evangelism. Do we attempt to reach people using methods that are ineffective because they are "traditional"? How can we make sure our ministries are reaching the audience in the most effective way?
  4. TWR was able to reach and minister to Muna even though she never met a staff member in person. Do you have the kind of faith to entrust your life to someone you have never seen? Has there been anyone in your life whom you trusted even though you did not know them very well?
  5. Arabs seem to put up barriers to keep from appearing weak. What barriers do we put up in our lives? How can we lower our barriers? How can we get past others’ barriers?

Project Sponsorship

Young people want to talk about and change their future - you can help them by sponsoring all or part of these programs!

Egyptian Arabic - "Youth to Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,350
Turkey - Youth Radio
Per week - USD $1,265
Hebrew - "Youth Talks" radio program
Per week - USD $965
Slovakia - "Youth Alternatives" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Hungary - "Hungarian Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Poland - "Before You Decide - Family Matters" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Serbia - "Messages of Reconciliation" radio program
Per week - USD $2,650
Ukraine - "Voice of Eternal Love" radio program
Per week - USD $865

Please contact us regarding specific countries or languages for which you would like information. Call us in the U.S. at 1-800-456-7897 Or, find an Area Director or country office nearest you: www.twr.org


Further Information and Resources

Contact information

twre@twr.org

PR Team
c/o TWR Central Europe
PO Box 12
820 02
Bratislava 22
Slovak Republic
+421.2.4820.9244
www.twr.org/europe

Websites on the Middle East

TWR Europe’s “Epic Story” in the Middle East
Youth Programming

Video Preview

You need to upgrade your Flash Player

You are unable to view the videos due to a malfunction between your web browser, FlashPlayer and JavaScript. If Javascript turned off will see this.

Note: Religion is a very sensitive issue in many areas of the world, particularly in the Middle East. For security reasons, we have partially covered the faces of the young people in this DVD.

Overview

A TWR Epic Story from the Middle East - Youth Programming

Imagine being a teenager in a culture that emphasizes conformity and tradition, where weakness is hidden at any cost. A culture in which the customs and rules of a religion are the focus of daily life. Enter Muna, a teenage girl living in such a culture in the Middle East. She longs for someone to confide in, to share her secrets with, to ask the questions that trouble her days and haunt her nights.

But there is no one. The adults in Muna’s life refuse to openly discuss her questions. She falls into drug and alcohol abuse, satanic practices, and bad relationships. Finally, in quiet desperation, Muna writes an email to TWR through the website for a youth radio program called Ala’s Diary. The program provides an open and honest opportunity for youth to get real answers to the difficult questions in life.

TWR’s correspondence team writes back to Muna, encouraging her and giving her the guidance to get her life back on track.

In the Middle East, youth comprise 50% of the Arab population. Today, these young people are faced with greater and more difficult challenges than ever before. They need someone to understand them—a friend with whom they can speak openly about their worries.

Ala’s Diary is just one example of a program that TWR uses to reach out to people in the Middle East. Other projects include producing an oral Bible for non-literates in the Arabic language; a follow-up center in Syria that will allow TWR’s staff to minister more effectively to listeners; a Lebanese youth program to encourage young people to solve their problems from a biblical perspective; ‘Beyond Limits,’ which provides on-the-ground assistance to persecuted believers; and Do You Know Him?, a seeker-sensitive program.

Utilizing organizations and staff in various countries across the Middle East, TWR’s CAMENA (Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa) Ministries department helps coordinate these projects.

The Middle East may seem like an exotic, far-away land, but its impact on the rest of the world is profound. Consider making an eternal difference by supporting TWR’s work in the Middle East with your prayers or finances.


Listener Stories

“Thank you for sending me such wonderful teachings; they came in the right time when I've been struggling the past few weeks. But since hearing from you I found real hope, peace and enthusiasm inside of me to make the suitable decision by God’s power.”—From a listener in Palestine
“I really admire your episodes along with the wonderful partners that enriched us with many real experiences; the discussion is very rich; the structure of the site is very organized and easy to follow. Thank you for your faithfulness to speak God's Word to us in a simple way.”—From a listener in Egypt
“I count it my privilege to know you as my dearest friends; when I received the last response from you, tears started running down my cheeks... I was in great need to hear such encouraging words, please keep praying for me, that the Lord would release me completely from every sin that is controlling my life.”—From a listener in Kuwait
“I recently had the pleasure of receiving from you the Bible. Also thank you for answering my questions, which I was longing for a long time to find somebody who could answer them. Now I have an inner peace, when I realized that Christ gave Himself to pay the penalty of our own sins, to release us from these bondages.  You couldn’t imagine the joy that lifted up my spirit, when I knew that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life. “I would like to tell you that I would share your responses with many Algerian friends whom they know you very well, but they couldn’t correspond with you due to strict situations around them. So please keep praying for me…”—From a listener in Algeria

Study Questions

  1. Muna saw TWR as a unique source of help for her life; no one else could help her. Are we living our lives such that people, even complete strangers, will turn to us for help after looking at our lives?
  2. How strong do you feel the barriers are of other cultures or religions? How important do you think it is to be of the same culture or religion as someone else before you can relate to them? Is there anything we can do to bridge these barriers? What responsibilities do we have to those of other cultures or religions who live in our country?
  3. Ala's Diary is a production for youth by youth. It was created because their audience was not responding to more "traditional" forms of evangelism. Do we attempt to reach people using methods that are ineffective because they are "traditional"? How can we make sure our ministries are reaching the audience in the most effective way?
  4. TWR was able to reach and minister to Muna even though she never met a staff member in person. Do you have the kind of faith to entrust your life to someone you have never seen? Has there been anyone in your life whom you trusted even though you did not know them very well?
  5. Arabs seem to put up barriers to keep from appearing weak. What barriers do we put up in our lives? How can we lower our barriers? How can we get past others’ barriers?

Project Sponsorship

Young people want to talk about and change their future - you can help them by sponsoring all or part of these programs!

Egyptian Arabic - "Youth to Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,350
Turkey - Youth Radio
Per week - USD $1,265
Hebrew - "Youth Talks" radio program
Per week - USD $965
Slovakia - "Youth Alternatives" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Hungary - "Hungarian Youth" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Poland - "Before You Decide - Family Matters" radio program
Per week - USD $1,150
Serbia - "Messages of Reconciliation" radio program
Per week - USD $2,650
Ukraine - "Voice of Eternal Love" radio program
Per week - USD $865

Please contact us regarding specific countries or languages for which you would like information. Call us in the U.S. at 1-800-456-7897 Or, find an Area Director or country office nearest you: www.twr.org


Further Information and Resources

Contact information

twre@twr-europe.org

PR Team
c/o TWR Central Europe
PO Box 12
820 02
Bratislava 22
Slovak Republic
+421.2.4820.9244
www.twr.org/europe

Websites on the Middle East