Stories of Hope

Stories from our ministry fields around the world.

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June Prayer Guide 2020

NIGER — Pray for a retired soldier named Mahamadou who started listening to the broadcasts. At first he listened secretly, fearful and ashamed of what Muslim friends and neighbors might think if they overheard him. Now, however, he is listening

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May Prayer Guide 2020

TURKEY — Give thanks that despite the challenges introduced by COVID-19, our team has been able to continue broadcasting on the radio. Since all travel has been suspended in the country of Turkey for the last month and a half,

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Turkey

Face to Face

Gazi sat in front of his television mindlessly flipping through the channels. He was looking for something more than entertainment, but he didn’t know exactly what it was. He stopped at a Christian station called SAT-7 TV. He was

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April Prayer Guide 2020

NEPAL — “Nepal is in lockdown due to the Covid-19 situation,” shares Words of Hope’s Nepali ministry leader. “I am staying home with family with a prayerful heart for the world. Please pray that God would intervene in this

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March Prayer Guide 2020

NEPAL — Give thanks that the new Words of Hope Nepal recording studio is nearly complete and will be in use soon! We are thankful for the many ways in which God has provided. Pray that everything will go smoothly as recording

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February Prayer Guide 2020

UGANDA — Give thanks that listener feedback is increasing. After hearing radio programs, many individuals are calling and texting to receive prayer and counseling, and to ask questions about the Bible. Please pray as Uganda’s economy is not doing well, and

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January Prayer Guide 2020

INDONESIA — Give thanks for the daily devotionals being produced in Indonesia by Words of Hope and Back to God Ministries International. The booklets are proving especially valuable for Indonesian prisoners. Inmates who read the devotionals report that they feel encouraged, and some

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