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Uruguay – Eduardo Peirano
When our missionaries visit secular radio stations to introduce our programs, quite often the immediate answer is “we do not accept religious material”. In a secularist society as Uruguay, Eduardo hears this type of answer every time he tries to establish contact with the directors of the radio stations. However, he also understands that somehow...
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During the first part of this year Eduardo visited 19 radio stations to introduce our programs. Five station were added to our data base increasing to 60 the number of stations broadcasting our programs. This numbers acquire a special relevance when according to the last census 47% of the population claim to be Roman Catholics...
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Since my wife and I decided to serve the Lord several years ago, our ultimate goal has been to share with many people as possible the message of salvation. He has used our lives in many ways, but since we became missionaries with Spanish World Ministries, we realized that through the broadcasting of our radio...
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During the first quarter of the year I have visited twelve radio stations. Although none of them accepted to air the programs, three stations that canceled their transmission were recovered. It is quite disappointing when I travel several miles to introduce our programs, only to find out that the only radio station in town is...
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Moral values are declining dramatically in Uruguay. At times it seems that regardless of the effort of Christians in proclaiming the truth of the Gospel, it does not reach the hearts of those walking in darkness. The right to abortion and same sex marriages have been approved by congress over the objections from conservatives sectors...
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Washington is a believer that attends Eduardo’s church and travels throughout Uruguay promoting his business. When he invited Eduardo to accompany him on a trip to four different provinces, Eduardo knew that this would benefit the ministry, and being careful with his travel expense fund, he accepted. Just before arriving at their first stop, they...
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Six radio stations have been visited within the last three months. Three of them were visited for the first time and the owners have confirmed their transmission. Our prayer is that they will agree to have the programs on a regular basis. Another station that cancelled the transmission of our programs was visited. After a...
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During the second part of the 2011 Eduardo visited 15 stations and introduced our ministry in five churches. As a result of his efforts the Gospel is broadcasted in 68 radio stations in Uruguay, a country with the highest percentage of atheists. Characterized by a secularist society, stations visited by Eduardo, usually reject the idea...
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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...
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