Prepared with Hope

This past Sunday was the first Sunday in Advent — a time of preparation for Christ’s coming celebrated in many evangelical churches. My husband and I were invited to share an appropriate reading and Scripture passage and then to light the first candle set in a wreath of evergreens, a purple candle that represents “hope.” [...]

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Piercing the Iron Curtain

Having the opportunity to revisit the great spiritual milestones of yesteryear with a giant of the faith is rare indeed, but I had that privilege recently when I interviewed TWR semiretired missionary, Joseph “Joe” Steiner.
This month, Joe is attending a memorial service in Budapest, Hungary, for his paternal grandfather, who is being honored for his [...]

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Is It the Will of God?

Just as TWR has its beginnings in the heart of one man, Dr. Paul Freed, it has now become the heartbeat of thousands of men, women and children worldwide. February 22, 1954, is a significant date in this history because it marks the very first broadcast of TWR from “The Voice of Tangier” in Tangier, Morocco. [...]

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It’s Cold Outside

If you think it’s cold where you are, imagine what the climate might be like in Siberia. You might have awakened this morning to -48 degrees F and light snow. All I can say is “brrrr…”
Nevertheless, on the inside, there is warmth—a spiritual warmth that has come to those who have received the Good News [...]

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Once Upon A Time…

These words begin every good fairy tale, right? Well, I’m going to tell you a real-life, modern-day story as it was told to me. 
It’s a fairy tale in every sense of the term, but it’s about two real people, Dick and Jeanne Olson. They were honored yesterday for 50 years of ministry with TWR. Are [...]

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