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The Tide® global radio ministry has been sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ for 70 years. And the Gospel’s power to bring peace and transformation has rescued even those who were once committed Muslims. One Muslim listener heard The Tide radio program in the Albanian language and was transformed by the message of hope and peace that only Christ can offer, saying “Pastor Gani … is tender and loving and at the same time is sharing the Truth with power.” Read more...
The Tide® global radio ministry has been working in India for almost 40 years, and currently produces Christian radio programs in seven languages there. However, there are still many more people to reach with the messages of Jesus Christ.
“The Tide ministry recently unveiled its 2016 expansion goals,” said The Tide Director Don Shenk. “And one of those important goals is to initiate a radio program in the Telugu language, spoken by 74 million people in India. While a church group is working to plant churches among the Telugu people in remote villages, The Tide ministry hopes to assist them with a Christian radio broadcast in their own language so they can hear the saving message of Jesus Christ in the language they were born to speak.” Read More
Earlier this year, The Tide® global radio ministry launched its first Albanian-language Gospel radio program, and now more growth is underway. Already, the Gospel of Jesus Christ is making an impact in this predominantly Muslim nation.
“Without The Tide ministry’s programs, people in Albania and neighboring Kosovo may have never heard about God and his love,” said The Tide Director Don Shenk. “We are so thankful that people are writing to us about how they are being touched by Jesus and His saving power. While The Tide’s one program in Albania airs two days a week, the ministry’s goal for 2016 is to air its two other Albanian-language programs a second day each week as well. This will potentially increase the number of people who tune in and hear the Gospel message!” Read More...