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Radio is a powerful tool in missions because a radio signal can go where missionaries often can't.  For instance, Christian missionaries aren't flooding into Pakistan, Afghanistan, or the northern part of India these days, but TWR is broadcasting into the region through a project called PANI.  Not only does PANI stand for Pakistan, Afghanistan, and North India, but "pani" is also a Hindi word which means "water."  May God be praised for using TWR to bring the living water of Jesus to the people of this part of the world.

Click here to learn about TWR's PANI Project

(Photo of TWR President Lauren Libby)