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For months, RTM Venezuela’s (TWR’s) director, Gabriel Fernandez, lugged two cans of gasoline up nine flights of stairs in the darkness every other day. You may have heard this story originally featured here . In March 2018, a power transformer failed, and there was no more electricity or running water in RTM Venezuela’s offices...
One of the key roles of a leader is to plan for the day when they move on and are no longer in their position. In fact, it has been suggested that a leader who does not have a successor at the end of their career has failed. I kept this in mind when I was given the assignment of leading TWR’s Latin America and Caribbean ministry, and I immediately began to look at the staff working in this region to see if there was anyone who could one day move into a leadership position.
TWR Canada has now partnered with the Toronto-based Bible Stories Alive, the publishing division of A Visit With Mrs G Ministries, to translate the children's Bible stories into Mandarin, Arabic, Farsi, Swahili, and Spanish.
Steve Shantz has worked with TWR since 1982 and now serves as the international vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean overseeing the Hispanic Ministries team and the team on Bonaire. Barbara works as global development liason.SaveSaveSave
Lying on the floor, blood spilling from a leg wound, the Colombian drug lord was without his usual contingent of forty or more bodyguards. “A small radio was in the room, so I turned it on and found a Christian radio station."Save