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Sinisa is an independent believer who began listening to TWR programs in the Serbian language. Recently, he told TWR his life story:

“I only started reading the Bible when I was 31 years old. I visited different Christian communities and was baptized in 1995 in the Tisa River by a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, but their church closed soon afterwards. Afterwards, I did not join another church community. Many Evangelicals preach salvation by grace and study the Bible, but I just did not find myself as a part of them since I am a Sabbath keeper.

"My wife and I suddenly got divorced a few years ago. One day she decided that she wanted a divorce and, within three weeks, my marriage was over. I left our house to her and our two children since I did not want the children to have to move. Later I learned that she was interested in Eastern spirituality, which was probably the reason for the divorce. However, I am glad that my son has good Christian company around him and my daughter has been attending a church.”

Two years ago, Sinisa married a local Evangelical believer and both have been listening to TWR’s Serbian and Hungarian programs.

“I listen to TTB regularly… this program helps me to grow spiritually and even change some of my opinions on particular passages in Scripture. The program on Revelation is very interesting to me.”

TWR's Serbian partner, IKONOS, was founded in 2000 and produces programs in Serbian, Bosnian, Montenegrin, Balkan-Romani and Romano-Serbian. The team is comprised of six board members, one full-time and two part-time staff. Besides hundreds of hours of radio-programs, IKONOS has published more than 25 book titles, and is today one of the most respected and well-known Christian organizations in the country.