The Need for Courage

Do any of these languages sound familiar to you: Bambara, Senoufo, Syenara, Tamasheq, Songhai, French? I know you’ve heard of the last one, but all of them are spoken in West Africa’s Republic of Mali and are represented in TWR programming.
This parched, landlocked nation has experienced rapid economic growth and relative stability for many years [...]

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A Deadly Disease

Did you know that yesterday, December 1, was World AIDS Day? I wasn’t cognizant of that until I received a “United Nations Dispatch” email report this morning. Normally, such an event wouldn’t get my attention, but these last few years have brought a new awareness of the considerable consequences of this global pandemic.
Sadly, Africa bears [...]

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A Message of Hope and Healing

In the last three weeks, I’ve seen my primary physician, consulted with two specialists, had four diagnostic tests, an x-ray and lab work. Whew! The result is that I’m scheduled for major surgery this Wednesday, June 17 at 1 PM. And this occurred all within 10 miles of my home. To have such convenient access [...]

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Equipping Faithful Men

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The Apostle Paul wrote from prison to his beloved son in the faith, young Timothy, “The things which you have heard from me . . . entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” Trans World Radio’s (TWR) Benin, West Africa, station director, Paul Cox, takes that exhortation to heart. [...]

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