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Recently, a young new believer was in a village on the edge of the Sahara desert. By accident, he met an older man who somehow seemed different to him. When the young man asked the older if he was a Christian, the man replied that he was. After speaking more, the man said that he had been a Christian for two decades and had never met a fellow Christian. He showed the younger man how he listened to Christian programming on the radio, and the young man, in turn, showed him that he could also watch Christian programming on satellite television. What a great and encouraging day for both, but especially for the older brother who has now been put in contact with several other believers.

From the notebook of TWR’s North Africa coordinator