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In my 30-plus years of radio, I've heard all different ways that listeners have used their radios for evangelism.  I remember a new car salesman who would pre-tune all of the buttons on the radio to pick up his favorite Christian station.  Then there was the story of the propane gas delivery man who would leave his truck window open and play his radio at an extremely loud volume with the hope that his customer would hear a few minutes of Bible teaching while his propane tank was being filled.  And now, we have the story of the man in Peru who enjoys "Turning Point" with Dr. David Jeremiah.  You need to listen to this one!

Click here to learn more about the international ministry of Turning Point.