New Languages for Project Hannah

Peggy Corcoran of Project Hannah
Peggy Corcoran of Project Hannah

My friend and co-laborer, Peggy Corcoran, the international program coordinator for Project Hannah (PH), told me this morning that PH’s Women of Hope (WoH) program went on the air yesterday in Romanian (Romania) and in Berber-Kabyle (Algeria). Amharic (Ethiopia) is scheduled to go on the air April 4. Also, PH’s Women of Hope program in Gujarati (India) is being distributed on CDs as well as over the Internet.

 

It’s amazing how the Lord has grown this significant Trans World Radio (TWR) ministry known as Project Hannah! Through PH the gospel is transforming the lives of women, who in many parts of the world are at the bottom of the social and economic ladder.

 

The vision for PH was born in the heart of founder and director, Marli Spieker. The focal point for this ministry is the 30-minute weekly radio program called Women of Hope produced in the language of the region where it airs. Each broadcast includes a “Lessons for Your Life” segment of teaching on such needed subjects as maternal and child care, family life, and hygiene. The “Lessons for Your Soul” segment introduces women to Jesus, the only One who can redeem them and affirm their true worth as daughters of a loving Father.

 

With the addition of the above new languages, that brings to 53 the total number of languages in which the WoH program is airing. It’s awesome to think of how the Lord is blessing the work of PH and WoH. PH’s prayer ministry has partners in more than 100 countries. The work in Latin America and Asia continues to grow, and Africa is “just exploding” with new PH ministries and potential for more, Marli said recently.

 

Please join us in prayer for the millions of women still trapped in fear, despair, and spiritual darkness. And pray for wisdom and resources for the PH team as they evaluate the opportunities before them.

 

Learn more at http://www.twr.org/twr/explore/featured_projects/project_hannah

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