Questions in North Africa Lead to TransWorld Radio Gospel Opportunities

(Photo courtesy of TWR)

Questions in North Africa lead to digital Gospel opportunities. “People who are engaged on social media are beginning to question, of course, their traditions,” TWR’s Nathan Anderson explains.

“A lot of those who are [turning] to Christ now are the younger generation; those in their late 20s up to the mid-40s.”

The team at TransWorld Radio is sharing Christ across multiple media platforms. TWR encourages believers of all ages and presents the Gospel through social media and radio.

“There are many Arabic programs broadcast from Radio Monte Carlo into North Africa; from Morocco to Egypt,” Anderson says.

Reaching North Africa for Christ

In October 1960, TWR began airing its first program from Radio Monte Carlo. The shortwave transmitter sits in a building with a sordid past. Nazis intended to use this facility to broadcast propaganda during World War II. More about that here.

Never used for its original purpose, the building now serves a redemptive task — transmitting the Good News of Jesus Christ to millions of listeners daily throughout Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

CALL TO ACTION

  • Pray TWR’s programs will encourage Algerian Christians, and help new believers grow in their faith.
  • Pray the Gospel message will reach Algeria’s Arab communities.

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