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Can a government erase Christianity from its culture?  After the revolution in Cuba, the Cuban government took away from its people their Bibles, hymnals, all Christian publications.  The officials even closed all of Cuba's Christian bookstores, schools, and hospitals.  What was left to feed the Church in Cuba?  Radio.

Click here to learn more about TWR's Outreach into Cuba

(Photo of Alberto Gonzalez)