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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Why We Do What We Do

Last week, TWR Europe Marketing & Communication Director Branko Bjelajac accompanied the TWR team visiting Estonia and Kiev, Ukraine. In Kiev, a city known for its golden domes, there are two museums which memorialize horrific events of our twentieth century: the Holodomor Museum (famine-genocide of 1932 engineered by Stalin) and the Chernobyl Museum (nuclear power [...]

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The Highest Education

After years of domination by the Communist-led government of the Soviet Union, the Ukraine gained its independence in 1991. Except for a few brave souls who spoke out, life for Ukrainians during those “Cold War” years was somewhat of a mystery to many of us. For more than 50 years, though, TWR’s broadcasts reached the [...]

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Switched On!

Estonia Transmitter Site

It’s happened, my friends! The transition from the 100,000-watt AM transmitter at the Tartu Family Radio station in Estonia to the new 200,000-watt AM transmitter has occurred. Now, more than 150 million people across this vast region which includes Western Russia, the Ukraine and Belarus can hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ in [...]

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The Heart of Russia

Russia’s atheistic past has left the country with many problems, such as crime, divorce, poverty, alcohol, witchcraft, drugs, AIDS, and abortion. But to better understand the true heart needs of the Russian people, let me encourage you to read this poem “Who is Happy in Russia?” by Russian poet Nikolay Nekrasov. I believe the penetrating [...]

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