In many areas of the world, a radio is considered a prized possession. And in places like these, a single radio is often shared by as many as 25 people.
- Radio is safe.
In places where persecution, geographical barriers, and cultural biases prevent people from attending church, radio provides a safe place to hear the gospel—not only for those living in remote locations, but also for city dwellers, the poor, and survivors of natural disasters.
- Radio reaches the illiterate.
Four billion people on our planet are considered oral learners, and reports show that 49% of Southeast Asians can neither read nor write. Radio is the ideal medium to break through barriers of illiteracy.
In the past year, Guidelines Radio has expanded its broadcasts from 3 languages to 12!
You can send the Good News by Radio!
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