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Singapore’s extremely developed and thriving free-market economy provides an abundance of work for its population of 4.7 million. Alongside the influx in jobs and employment, manpower shortages have introduced nearly 1 million migrant workers to long hours of hard labor, deplorable working and living conditions and, for many, the stress of having to leave their families behind with the hopes of providing for them. As many of these workers are forgotten or ignored by a busy society, TWR seeks to encourage and breathe the messages of Jesus Christ.

With Singapore set in an area riddled with drug trade, tsunamis, earthquakes and the historical and social abuse of women, TWR is actively involved in broadcasting Christ’s messages of worth, redemption and hope. TWR broadcasts programs that actively seek to meet these women with the love that encompasses all plights.