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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.

Click here to learn more about TWR's outreach from Guam and about the TWR-Guam Solar Power Project

(Photo of George Ross, TWR-Guam's Station Director)