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As the nation of Chile joyfully celebrates the rescue of trapped miners, TWR's partner ministry Radio Trans Mundial-Chile (RTM-Chile) continues providing hope and encouragement to the spiritually needy country.  

Recent social changes in Chile reflect the shifts in life and religious beliefs in this traditionally conservative nation. According to “Operation World 7th Edition,” one out of seven Chilean women is a mother by the age of 14, and crime, drug abuse and materialism are all on the rise.

RTM-Chile distributes TWR programming to local stations, produces and airs programs in Spanish and Mapudungun languages and follows up with listeners. To learn more from RTM-Chile’s website in Spanish, click here.