Women’s ministry touching hearts in prisons overseas

By April 12, 2005

Paraguay (MNN) — Project Hannah is a ministry that’s reaching out to women in need around the world, specifically in the 10/40 Window. That’s an area of the world most in need of the Gospel. The ministry of Trans World Radio is beginning to see many Christian women all over the world reach out in Christian love. It does so through their radio program and their prayer ministry.

Project Hannah’s Ann White says the prayer ministry is mobilizing women to take action. “Prayer teams that were praying through our monthly prayer calendars were moved by God to do more than pray. To connect, if you will, the radio program to on the ground ministries.”

Paraguay is just one example of this. White says, “A team of ladies from the United States went down to see the ministry there and visited a women’s jail in the capital city of Asuncion. The Gospel was presented and dozens of prisoners committed their lives to Christ and there are now prayer groups within the prisons and women’s choirs are being formed.”

Currently there are prayer teams in over 80 countries around the world in over 20 different languages. White says their Women of Hope radio broadcast reaches even more women each week.

White says more prayer partners are needed. She says it’s a great project for a women’s Bible study or prayer group. She says as women are reached with the Gospel, it can’t help but have an impact on future generations. “If we think about impacting children, if we reach the woman, we have reached the children that she is the primary care-giver for around the world.”

If you’d like to get involved in Project Hannah, go to http://www.ProjectHannah.org for resources and additional information.

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