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I love this story.  It would make a great book or movie!  I think my favorite take away point from the story of these "Two Ships Named Anna" is that the crew aboard the "Anna" (as opposed to the "Anna J") were listening to TWR's signal from Bonaire before their ship ever got into trouble.  God introduced Himself to these men before they knew just how much they needed Him.  It's a great example of our Lord seeking and saving the lost!

Click here to learn about TWR's work from Bonaire and about the Bonaire Transmitter Power Upgrade Project

(Photo of Terri Tangeman as a teen with her parents on Bonaire)