Don’t Stop! Don’t Stop!

TWR-Greece Director Theodore Kalogeropoulos

When Theodore Kalogeropoulos received a phone call recently, he was startled to immediately hear, “Don’t stop! Don’t stop!” Then when he asked the caller to identify herself, she again responded, “Don’t stop! Don’t stop!”

What did she mean? Actually, she was communicating to TWR-Greece’s director how important TWR’s gospel radio programs were to her. She didn’t want anything to interfere with the broadcasts.

Known as the birthplace of democracy and the Olympics, Greece was the first European country to be evangelized (Acts 16:10). Today, only 0.03 percent of its 11 million people are considered evangelical Christians. TWR, like the Apostle Paul in his day, has answered the Macedonian call.

Greek people as a whole are deeply religious, and the Bible is revered. “It’s kissed and hugged but not opened,” said Theodore. Only the priests of the Greek Orthodox Church have the privilege of reading the Scriptures.

As part of the follow-up of listeners to TWR’s Greek-language programs, those who request a Bible are sent a Greek New Testament. When they read the Word of God for the first time in a language they can understand, it becomes an opportunity for a life-changing encounter with the living God.

With the recent economic meltdown shaking the foundations of this country, pray that the adversity will drive the nation to cry out to God rather than to trust in man. To view an inspirational video describing TWR’s growing ministry in Greece, click here.

Photo Credit: K. Valentova

Video Source: TWR-Europe

  1. One Comments to “Don’t Stop! Don’t Stop!”

    1. Rose Dean Zachos says:

      Thanks Judy for posting Theodore’s video today… we tried to be at TWR yesterday morning to hear him but had a dentist appointment. We met Marina and the children along with Theodore on Sunday at Cary Alliance, took them out to lunch and enjoyed their fellowship and got to know them a bit. We also know Marina’s sister Dina, married to Argiris Poulis, with AMG. Dean enjoyed conversation with Theodore, and their adventures in Greece!

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