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Suggested Donation: $100.00

TWR’s new Silk Road Transmitter debuted at 10 a.m. U.S. Eastern Daylight Time on June 10, 2019, bringing the gospel to millions across the largely unreached region of the vast steppes and mountain ranges of Central Asia.


The stronger Silk Road signal covers large portions of six countries – the core area comprising Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The five languages broadcast over the transmitter are spoken by people groups mostly classified as unreached by the gospel.


In addition to the in-depth study of Thru the Bible and the Scripture readings and explanations of Radio Bible Project, Silk Road broadcasts include programs such as House Church, Power in Persecution and The Christian Home. Another powerful program is The Way of Righteousness, which has been highly effective at introducing the gospel to Muslim listeners from the perspective of their own faith.
 

Installation of the transmitter was completed this spring after more than 1,700 supporters of TWR provided the $593,000 cost of the project.

 

Would you lend your support to provide vital programming needed for the region?  Our goal is to raise $50,000 in the U.S. to support Central Asian programs over the next year. Thanks for your consideration!

Suggested Donation: $100.00