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Since joining TWR, I have enjoyed being introduced to media ministries with which I was previously unfamiliar.  For example, I recently had the privilege of meeting and interviewing J. Mark Horst of Heralds of Hope.  According to Mark, whether the program is being broadcast in English, Spanish, Mandarin, etc., God is using Heralds of Hope to both disciple believers and evangelize non-believers.

Click here for a link to Heralds of Hope or to listen to the program

(Photo of J. Mark Horst, President of Heralds of Hope)