TWR goes on the air as planned in Benin

By February 15, 2008

Benin (MNN) — Following years of prayer, groundwork and intense spiritual warfare, Trans World Radio is now airing the good news of Jesus Christ into spiritually needy West Africa. Broadcasts in 14 languages began February 1 from a powerful 100,000-watt AM transmitter located in the country of Benin, the birthplace of voodoo.

The new broadcasting outlet marks TWR's 14th major international transmitting site, and it fortifies the Mission's 33-year-old evangelical outreach in Africa. The facility has the potential to reach some 63 million people, many of whom belong to another major world religion. "We need to pray for those who are going to hear the gospel perhaps for the very first time," says TWR-Africa Director of Operations Ray Alary. "Pray that they will be receptive and that their hearts will be changed for the Lord Jesus Christ."

TWR's broadcasts in 14 languages to West Africa include evangelical and discipleship programs produced by pastors, Christian organizations and church leaders in West Africa. Furthermore, broadcasts are airing for children, non-readers and those affected by HIV/AIDS.


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