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In 1 Corinthians 3:6 (ESV), Paul writes "I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth."  Let's move this truth into the modern day.  We could easily say that TWR planted, a mature believer watered, but God helped a new follower of Jesus grow in his or her faith.  You see, at TWR, we recognize that we aren't the only ones whom God is using to make disciples.  TWR might be sending the Gospel through the airwaves, but it also takes Christians on the ground who are willing to invest themselves into the lives of new believers.  TWR President Lauren Libby says that ultimately, "it's life on life" that makes a disciple of Christ.

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(Photo of TWR President Lauren Libby)