BECAUSE EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE A CHANCE TO HEAR THE GOSPEL.
THE PERSECUTED BELIEVER, THE UNREACHED FAMILY AND THE FORGOTTEN VILLAGE.
In 2012 Kim James was wrongfully imprisoned, and he lost all hope. In prison, he suddenly heard the Lord’s voice, kneeled down, and heard God’s powerful plan for his life.
They’re just one step away from hearing the Gospel.
Villagers in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam are in some of the most isolated regions of the world. Yet, many are unaware that Gospel broadcasts are all around them. Step 1 was creating Gospel broadcasts in local heart-languages for these Hardest to Reach people. Step 2 was setting up transmitters on radio towers so the broadcasts can be heard over the airwaves. Yet, step 3 is just as crucial: radios. Without them, Hardest to Reach people are just as spiritually in the dark. Every year, we receive thousands of requests for radios. Why? Because the Gospel is life-giving, and more and more villagers want to have the Gospel change their way of thinking, their way of living, and their way of interacting with others. Radios are their gateway to daily devotions and Bible lessons, and for some, it’s the only access to spiritual development. That’s why radios are important. When you give someone a radio, you’re giving them a lifeline to eternal life.