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"The purpose of TWR is to assist the Church to fulfill the command of Jesus Christ to make disciples of all peoples..."  That's the way the Mission Statement of Trans World Radio begins.  I hope you notice that before the statement addresses the specifics of what we do, it pinpoints our position and relationship with the Church.  TWR exists "to assist the Church" in fulfilling the Great Commission.  How?  Dr. Emmanuel Mbennah, TWR's International Director for South and Eastern Africa points out that TWR "suppliments what the Church is doing" as well as "making media available for the Church to use."  It's just another example of partnership in ministry.

Click here to learn more about the mission and scope of TWR's work


(Photo of Dr. Emmanuel Mbennah, TWR's International Director for South and Eastern Africa)