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I've mentioned before that one of the benefits of serving with TWR is that I'm learning world geography.  Up to this point, one of my weaker areas of the world has been West Africa.  Having journeyed twice to Kenya, I'm more familiar with South and East Africa.  But after interviewing Abdoulaye Sangho, TWR's international director for West and Central Africa, and after learning about the outreach of our AM station in this part of the world, I'm hoping that God will one day open the door for me to travel to West Africa so that I might record interviews of what God is doing in that part of the world.  You know, I really enjoy being a reporter on the fulfillment of the Great Commission!

Click here to learn more about TWR's work in West Africa

(Photo of Abdoulaye Sangho, TWR's International Director for West and Central Africa)