Words of Hope’s ministry revolves around strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations.
We partner with local churches in the regions we minister in. This is because our goal is to grow the church. Our media ministries act as a way of furthering the outreach of local churches, drawing people into community, and training and equipping leaders within the church context.
Indigenous Radio Stations
Words of Hope provides quality Christian programming that existing radio stations can air. We provide content that boosts their station listening percentages, and they provide us with the means to carry our message further.
Indigenous and International Media Ministries
We partner with like-minded organizations in order to pool our resources for shared causes. Where our ministry fields overlap with the interests of other Christian media ministries, we work together to avoid duplication, cut costs, and share expertise and connections.
Whenever possible, we attempt to base our media ministry in or near a local church. This provides the most natural connection for our producers to recommend listeners into a church community.
Words of Hope is an organization based on partnerships. We partner with international organizations in order to provide funding to support their evangelism efforts. We partner with Christian organizations at home in order to increase the support and experience that we can share internationally. Examples of our partnerships are listed below.
North American-based Partners
Back to God Ministries International exists to share the gospel in communities worldwide using radio, the Internet and other technology. Their goal, to see people’s hearts transformed by God’s grace, hasn’t changed for 75 years.
The mission of the Remember Niger Coalition is to unify people and mobilize resources in order to expand quality educational opportunities in Niger.
Speaking fluently in more than 230 languages and dialects, Trans World Radio (TWR) exists to reach the world for Jesus Christ. TWR’s global media outreach engages millions in 160 countries with biblical truth.
Cross-Way Community Church (Nepal)
Church of Uganda
Evangelical Church of the Republic of Niger (EERN)
Good Books Educational Trust (South Asia)
Radio Seven (Albania)
Radio Shema (Turkey)
Yayasan Komunicasi Bersama (Indonesia)
The denomination with which Words of Hope is closely tied is the Reformed Church in America (RCA). The RCA has its roots in Dutch reformed church and came to North America with Dutch immigrants from the 16th to 20th centuries. Today, the Reformed Church in America includes 300,000 people of many cultures across the North American continent.