Radio is the main source of information for the Arab world

By January 30, 2008

Middle East (MNN) — Middle East Reformed Fellowship partners with Words of Hope provide Christian broadcasting to people in the Arab world.

Middle East Reformed Fellowship works to strengthen the church in the Middle East. They must evaluate the programming regularly to determine its effectiveness in sharing the Gospel with those who have an Arab Muslim mindset. They report that 95 percent of Arab people use radio as their main source of entertainment and information. Some keep their radios on all day.

MERF believes that listeners seem to be prepared to hear the message of the Gospel.

They currently are hoping to expand their five remaining 15-minute broadcasts. This would make all their daily Arabic Gospel broadcasts 30 minutes long.     

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