Tibet is a very needy area; there are still so many who have never heard the word Jesus. There has been a history of more than 200 years of evangelism among the Tibetans, and it is still one of the least evangelized people. The Gaweylon “Good News” team has been broadcasting to Tibetans for 25 years. In 1995, Words of Hope came alongside to spread the gospel message even further.
The Garhwali community lives in the remote regions of the Himalayas, far away from Delhi. Garhwali listeners tune into our programs, contact our producers, and are connected to churches in their area. Words of Hope’s radio ministry is growing very rapidly in the Garhwal region, and producers Rajesh and Ajay put their heart and soul into the Lord’s work.
The violence that erupted nearly a year and a half ago in South Sudan shows no signs of abating. More than two million people have been forced to flee their homes in search of safety. Thankfully, Words of Hope has been able to continue producing radio programs that can be heard in the region throughout this time of conflict.