The Bible begins in Genesis 1:1 (NKJV) with, "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." In between "the heavens and the earth," beginning about 35 miles above the earth's surface, is the ionosphere. Do I understand much about how the ionosphere and how it is "ionized?" And, can I explain it to you? Abosolutely not. I'll leave that to TWR-Guam's George Ross who gives a brief explanation in today's Footsteps. What I do know is that both AM and Short-Wave radio utilize the ionosphere at night so that their signals can travel great distances. So, while I don't really understand the physics of the ionosphere, I have no doubt that God designed and created it, in part, to carry the Gospel via radio around the world.
(Photo of George Ross, TWR-Guam's Station Director)