World Prayer Today

Sharing by “word of mouse” in Serbia

August 08, 2018

Some call social networking “word of mouse.” But despite the funny name, its popularity in Eastern Europe is having an impact for God. For example, several Thru the Bible listeners are sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with their friends.

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Survivors and outcasts … pray for the Romani

August 06, 2018

Their names are as mysterious as their origins: Often called the Roma or the Romani people, they're also known as Gitanos in Spain, Kale in Finland and Portugal, Manush or Gitan in France, and Travelers in Scandinavia. But almost everywhere they go, they're referred to—usually scornfully—as gypsies.

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Sharing God on the job

August 01, 2018

Windsor is known as the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Canada west of Montreal, and it’s here that Anna, a longtime listener of Thru the Bible, faithfully shares her love for the broadcast with others.

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“Radio is our only hope …”

July 23, 2018

With the variety of technology available to us today, it might seem strange that radio is still one of the most effective tools for sharing the gospel. But for millions, it’s the only way they will hear the Good News.

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Back on the air in Japan

July 17, 2018

Japan is one of the world’s most challenging mission fields, and broadcasting Christian programs in a practical and effective way to Japanese speakers is only possible with God’s intervention.

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Pray for new ministry strategies in China

July 16, 2018

A generation ago, a curtain fell on mainland China during its “Cultural Revolution.” All communication with the Western world stopped. In spite of the strict cultural constraints, faith in Jesus Christ was still alive, nurtured secretly and at great cost.

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