Monday, January 17, 2005

Thru the Bible Program talks about TWR

I just finished auditioning the TTB program for Friday, January 21. Thru The Bible is a Bible study / survey that covers the entire Bible over a five year period. They are just starting to look at Hosea, an easy to read book with a powerful message, found in the Old Testament.

At the start of the Friday program, the annoucer spends some time talking about TTB's partnership with Trans World Radio in broadcasting to the Indian sub-continent. I thought it was a pretty good overview, so be sure to catch it if you can.
Here is a link to a list of the stations and times that TTB is on the air.
You can also listen to the program online at at the TTB web site.

One of the key components in the ministry to India is the TWR station on Sri Lanka. As you know, Sri Lanka recently got hammered by the tsunami. Friends and contacts there say it will take many months and even years to get things back to "normal."

We are very thankful to the Lord that the TWR studio and transmitter facilities weren't damaged by the tsunami and that none of the TWR staff was killed. This is not to say that they weren't affected. For example, one of the guys working at the transmitter site lost 20 family members. So do remember to pray for them in their time of personal loss and as they help with relief efforts.

TWR is also working towards coordinating long term relief care for people in this region. You can learn more about that on the TWR web site.

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