Around the World in One Day

Are you familiar with Jules Verne’s 1873 acclaimed novel Around the World in Eighty Days? It’s the story of Phileas Fogg, who, after accepting a wager from his friends, sets out from London with his French valet to circumnavigate the world in 80 days. Did they succeed? Well, you’ll have to read the book to [...]

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Lebo Pooe

“I love to tell stories. Stories that the whole world needs to hear about what God is doing through TWR!” exclaimed 29-year-old Lebo at lunch yesterday. I had just heard her share her poignant testimony that morning during our TWR staff meeting. 
She has been a live radio presenter for TWR-Africa in Johannesburg, South Africa, for [...]

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Keep the Signal Strong

“I greet you in the glorious name of our Lord. It’s good to be here in person to thank you as a TWR team for your ministry in my life and my family’s life, through the years we have ministered on the mission field and at home,” said a listener from Mozambique.  
A few weeks ago, [...]

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My Friend Millie

Do you have a heart for missions? Are you willing to serve cross-culturally? Do you think you’re too old to start that process now, or there are too many issues that stand in your way?
Let me tell you about my friend Millie. As long as I’ve known her, and that’s been several years now, she’s [...]

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Reading, Writing and Arithmetic

An estimated 42 million school-age children in sub-Saharan Africa are not enrolled in school, and only two-thirds of those who begin primary school reach the final grade.
Do those statistics astound you? Ray Alary, recently installed president of TWR-Canada and formerly of TWR-South Africa, provided this update on the project Open Schools Worldwide, which he had [...]

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