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One Kingdom

World Radio and WFR Relief Ministries have stood the test of time. Fifty-three years later, God’s providence never ceases to amaze us. He has given us more opportunities than ever before to reach the world around us with the truth of His reconciliation and redemption. He has given us a global canvas to paint a […]

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I know a guy…

I can almost hear a banjo playing as I make my way through an endless amount of trees on the dirt road to Phil Robertson’s house. The thought crosses my mind, “If I die out here, will anyone ever find me?” The constant puddles are a subtle reminder of how the river flooded this area […]

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Rooted in prayer

Since I’ve been at World Radio about 35 years, I’ve seen God move in mighty ways. This ministry is certainly a movement of God. It is God that allowed World Radio Gospel Broadcasts to begin in 1963. It has been a blessing for me and my family to be a part of this ministry.  My […]

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Bill Smith

Like everybody, I have two family legacies. Both my paternal and maternal families have unique histories. On my father’s side: a lineage of blue collar steel and farm workers who made a living working with their hands. On my mother’s side: a line of both blue and white collar men. I am proud of both […]

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Carl Allison

  Carl Allison’s Son Dirk Allison Dirk Allison I want to say something that I believe most Fathers would like to hear from their sons—my dad is the greatest man I have ever known. This statement is based on 60 years of experience as a son, father, and grandfather. Let me tell you why I […]

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Alton Howard

Alton Howard’s daughter Mary Owen Mary Owen I grew up an elder’s kid in our church, cutting my baby teeth on the pews. My parents lived out the Deuteronomy verse, “to tie God’s word as symbols around your hands and teach them to your children as you walk by them day after day.” There were […]

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Water for Kenya

Don’t you hate it when something doesn’t work? You’ve got a thousand things on your plate and the last thing you need is something else to fix. I had one of those moments this week. I went to bathe both of my boys in their bathroom and I couldn’t get any hot water. I checked […]

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Nicaragua: The 2016 World Radio Mission Trip

Homemade Tortillas Through relationships already established by World Radio speaker Esteban Valle-Garcia, we met a family in Leon who ran a tortilla business from their home. The matriarch of the family, and “CEO,” if you will, is the grandmother or Abuela. Her kids and grandchildren are all part of the family business where they start […]

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God: The First Gardener

New Creation God, the first gardener, understands that a small acorn contains the complete design and framework to produce a large oak tree. You can plant an acorn to test this, but you can’t make it grow—that is God’s work. The acorn dies to give life to the oak and so it becomes a new […]

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Cold Water

Cotonou/Ouidah, Benin George Akpabli The topic which we developed during this last quarter is on “Deliverance”. There is a lot of confusion on this subject in our religious circles. So, we are trying educate our listeners on this subject. I also participate in weekly radio debates on subjects and God’s plan for salvation on Radio […]

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