TWR360 Boosts Outreach

Five new languages. Total Grows to 12.

 

TWR360 Boosts Outreach

Five new languages. Total Grows to 12.

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Finding God in the Trash

"in the middle of the trash I found Christ"

 

Finding God in the Trash

"in the middle of the trash I found Christ"

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Finding New Life After Nearly Fatal Attack

"I was made blind so I could find Jesus"

 

Finding New Life After Nearly Fatal Attack

"I was made blind so I could find Jesus"

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Ethiopian Prisoner Lifted from Mud and Mire

"I refused to open myself to him, but he never gave up"

 

Ethiopian Prisoner Lifted from Mud and Mire

"I refused to open myself to him, but he never gave up"

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Hope for Arabic-Speaking Women

muslim_women"...And worse, many are trapped in the silence of their pain..."

As the condition of women has been and continues to be an issue of major concern all over the world, there is very encouraging news coming from TWR’s Project Hannah ministry! Being thoroughly discussed at TWR Europe’s Annual Partner Conference this year, countless Arabic-speaking women live in fear and are viewed as having less value than men. Many women themselves have even been brainwashed into believing this idea of being inferior beings.

This year, Project Hannah began airing a 30-minute Women of Hope program in Arabic that has provided a huge open door to reach women across the Middle East and North Africa.

"no one to speak on
their behalf or listen
to their voices in need"

The Arab world is home to an estimated 315 million people in about 22 countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Untold millions of women around the world face unimaginable horrors from wars that never seem to end; natural disasters that steal their families and homes; diseases that ravage their bodies; poverty and illiteracy that leave them struggling to merely survive. And worse, many are trapped in the silence of their pain, with no one to speak on their behalf or listen to their voices in need.

To reach these women, TWR developed Project Hannah, which takes its name from Samuel’s mother in the Bible and is a ministry of compassion, encouragement and hope to women worldwide. Women of Hope broadcasts are produced by women for women and include follow-up work and face-to-face contacts.

More information about this effort and how you can help is available HERE.

Source: May 2012 TWR E-Snapshots