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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An Eternal Love

In our American culture, February is enchanted. Have you noticed? It’s everywhere! The Valentine marketing campaign begins early in the new year, presenting us with creative ways to express “love” to the special person/s in our lives. Will it be candy, flowers, jewelry (one of my friends is hoping to receive an engagement ring), a dinner or [...]

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New Languages for 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 [...]

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He Came From Afar

In his book Operation World, Patrick Johnstone observed that in one of the less evangelized regions of eastern Ethiopia, among the Afar people group, there are no churches and very few indigenous Christians. Political, military and religious tensions are numerous and Christian outreach is difficult. With that background in mind, let me share with you [...]

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