I praise the Lord because the message of the Gospel is heard in different regions in Venezuela. For some time, due to the political changes in Venezuela, I had a great concern as to how our radio ministry would be affected by broadcasting restrictions and the possible reduction in the availability of stations able to...Read More
Out of thirteen stations that I visited for the first time, five of them agreed to transmit the programs. Four churches allowed me to introduce our ministry and to encourage the believers to pray for those who are coming to the Lord as a result of the transmission of the Gospel through radio. The pastors...Read More
God gave me the privilege to baptize Emigdio and Graciela. They both came to know the Lord through a local Christian station that broadcasts our programs in the city of Trujillo. Emigdio was born in a Catholic home. All of his life he thought that it was enough to keep his traditions to obtain salvation. ...Read More
Having over 200 radio stations transmitting our programs, it is important to maintain constant contact with all of them. When radio stations change directors, sometimes there is a tendency to leave our programs out of their transmission schedule. Therefore it is important to make sure that the new personnel get acquainted with our programs. In...Read More
The drug cartels are everywhere in Mexico. The figures released by the government last January of 2011 showed that 34,612 people had been killed since December 2006, including suspected drug gang members, members of the security forces and those considered innocent bystanders. It is now estimated that some 40,000 people have died during the nearly...Read More
Besides the expansion of the radio ministry, the Lord is blessing the pastoral work being developed in the four congregations under our responsibility. The hot weather, poor public transportation, and the constant presence of thieves on the dirt roads that lead to Tegucigalpita, among other things, make the ministry difficult in this place. Our goal...Read More
I have visited over 40 stations that already transmit our programs to confirm that they are receiving the programs without any delay, and that they are broadcasting them. Most of the owners and directors of the stations expressed their appreciation for the programs. In the town of Talanga, I met pastor Lucas to whom I...Read More
During the last three months I was able to visit 23 radio stations. Some of them I visited for the first time. Praise the Lord five stations were added to the 110 that already transmit the programs. Some radio stations that I visited are ministries that belong to churches located in dangerous neighborhoods. This is...Read More
Since we do not have local radio stations transmitting our programs in Cuba, I visit people who write to us after listening to Trans World Radio. Many of those that I visited on my most recent trip told me that they have heard our programs for several years. Others had just recently begun to hear...Read More
I visited 24 radio stations for the first time to introduce our programs to them. Fifteen agreed to broadcast them once they heard the quality of the message. The director of a radio station that transmits in a prison contacted me saying: “Your programs were evaluated by some officials at the station. They accepted the...Read More
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