The Language of Hope

Exciting news: Project Hannah’s signature program Women of Hope aired July 1 in two new languages—Oromo for Ethiopia and Umbundu to Angola. This Gospel-centered message is now broadcast in 56 languages from high-powered AM and shortwave transmitting sites and via hundreds of local radio stations worldwide. 
First aired in 1998, Women of Hope is literally a [...]

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God Feeds the Needy

After more than a quarter century of civil war, Angola is still experiencing the dire consequences of the conflict. The struggle now, however, is for the life of its people. A damaged, undeveloped infrastructure, poverty, landmines that outnumber its population, and HIV/AIDS are creating significant hardship for its citizenry. 
Yet, there are pockets of people navigating [...]

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To Women By Women

Angolan Woman

What would you say to a woman whose young daughter has been kidnapped and forced into sexual trafficking? How do you comfort a woman whose husband has abandoned her and her children? What solace can you bring to a woman who has just learned she has AIDS?
Millions of women globally are daily confronted with [...]

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True Healing

What if you could hear your favorite Christian radio teachers and music if you were in the hospital? Would it be an encouragement and a comfort to you?
Sitting on a bench in the waiting area of a hospital in the northern suburb of Luanda, Angola, patients and their visitors soon will be able to listen [...]

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I Know It Is God

Do you think that a radio program written for women by women can minister to a man? Yes, it can! One such program is Women of Hope (WoH). Why is it effective? It presents the Gospel of Jesus Christ. “So faith comes from hearing and hearing from the Word of Christ” (Romans 10:17). Do you [...]

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