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North Korea Project
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) is probably the world's most closed communist country. Juche(self-reliance) is the religious, political, social and economic ideology of North Korea. Based on statistics from the Joshua Project,...

Meet Peggy Banks
Earlier this year, Project Hannah announced that Peggy Banks would be the new global ministry director of Project Hannah. As the ministry is transitioning leadership, we wanted to take a moment and let Peggy share who she is. We trust this extended…

Transmitter Training Nautel
This week, TWR Bonaire staff members (pictured, from left) Jonas Fischer, Marco Rienstra, Daryl VanDyken and Dave Pedersen are undergoing training at Nautel in Halifax, Canada. Nautel is the manufacturer of the 400 kW transmitter that TWR ordered...

SON-Lift Project for China
TWR’s SON-Lift project for China is an integrated media strategy to sow seeds of the gospel among 105 of the world’s remaining unreached people groups (UPGs) of China. The SON-Lift project takes its name from our desire to “lift up” the name...

Languages Added for Women of Hope
…the radio program, which features practical and spiritual advice, goes on the air in Turkish and Farsi. Produced by Project Hannah, the 30-minute weekly program is reaching the round number of 60 as it begins broadcasting in Istanbul and Ankara…

TWR and American Bible Society Connect to Produce Audio Trauma Healing Project in Africa
Photo 1: Members of the Trauma Healing production team gather in Kenya to commemorate their joint endeavor during July 2014.  Photo 2: Team members discuss drama segments to be used in the programs. Photo 3:...

TWR Women of Hope Roma
As in the other Eastern European countries, the Roma in Albania were big losers in the economic and political changes of 1989-1990. While being fully employed during communism, their participation in the mainstream economy diminished to nearly total...

TWR Women of Hope Nepali (Nepal)
Although approximately half of Nepal’s population is female, Nepali women do not enjoy equality with men. Violence against women is common. Many are trafficked and forced into prostitution or bonded servitude. Others endure various forms of abuse,...
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