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"They call it...'Rolling The Mat,'" says TWR's International Director for Africa, Dr. Emmanuel Mbennah, about a TWR program which airs in Kenya.  So, what is "Rolling The Mat?"  Let's say that you and I have a problem that needs to be settled.  We take a mat, roll it out, sit down on it together, and discuss our issue.  TWR in Kenya does this virtually with listeners by way of radio.  I think the next time that Kathy and I have a disagreement in our marriage, I'll grab a mat, or maybe a beach towel, and suggest that we sit down, side by side, and work through the problem.  I really like the concept!

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(Photo of Dr. Emmanuel Mbennah, TWR's International Director for Africa)