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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A Miracle of Grace

“The mighty Zambezi River, with its source in Zambia, flows through Angola, along the borders of Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, to Mozambique where waters from Lake Malawi join it through the Shire River. In this picturesque land of Mozambique, its brown, muddy waters snake slowly for more than 403 miles before it splits up into [...]

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Shaping the Future

  
More than 1.8 billion people in the world are under the age of 15.
 
A majority of the world’s youth believe that God is either irrelevant or non-existent.
 
…millions of orphans wander the landscape of Africa. These lonely
 youngsters are bewildered, angry, sad, frantically seeking nurture and
affection, often hungry, homeless, significant numbers living
with grandmothers or in child-headed [...]

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The Power of Failure

“Always remember that success is a very bad teacher; failure is the best teacher,” explained Dr. Erwin Lutzer. 
On Monday morning, TWR staff were delighted to welcome award-winning author and popular pastor and speaker Dr. Erwin Lutzer and his wife Rebecca to our office in Cary, North Carolina. Interjecting his well-known sense of humor, testing our [...]

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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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