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      A Global TWR Update

      February 1, 2012
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      Evangelism

      News From Three TWR Transmitter Sites


      As many of you are aware, TWR Canada is part of a larger global TWR family working together in partnership to see the Gospel broadcast into every corner and household. TWR is the largest and most far-reaching radio broadcaster in the world. With 13 transmitter stations and two thousand radio stations, our global coverage makes the Gospel available to nearly 4 billion people in their own language. That's nearly two-thirds of the world's population. Here are a few exciting updates so you can pray more effectively for the ministry happening around the world.
      Guam
      In November, we signed on the two new 250,000-watt transmitters on the island of Guam. We had leaders attend from many different organizations. The event was reported in the secular broadcasting press as well as Christian media. As a result, TWR gained a lot of recognition.

      Bonaire
      The Dutch government has granted a license to increase our power from 100,000 watts to 500,000 watts. This will restore the ability to reach all of Cuba, the Caribbean, northern South America and northern Brazil. This is a huge answer to prayer. New transmitter technology allows us to transmit at higher power but still consuming the same power as 100,000 watts.

      West Africa

      TWR Canada has raised the funds to build two new houses for our staff at the West African transmitter site. This will help ensure good support and continuity for staff and that broadcasts will remain uninterrupted.Save