Guidelines International Ministries

Bringing The
Voice of Hope
To The Middle East

Bringing The Voice of Hope To The Middle East

The Opportunity
In Mardin, Turkey

Mardin is a city on the southern border of Turkey, home to a diverse population that speaks 4 different languages.

In 2018, we partnered with a pastor and media group to build the first Christian radio station in this region to broadcast the transformational message of Jesus’ love in Turkish, Arabic, Assyrian, and Kurdish.

To say this was effective was an understatement. The station’s broadcast speaks peace to this diverse city and provides hope and comfort to the hundreds of thousands refugees living in this area. And with it’s 100 mile range, the station’s broadcast even reaches into Syria right, into Isis territory.

This station is now under threat. The owner of the land that the broadcast tower sits on wants to shut the station down.

But God has provided an even better opportunity for our partners to buy their own land, build a solar powered and self-sufficient broadcast tower, and even earn income selling bandwidth.

The Opportunity in
North Cyprus, Turkey

In 1974 Turkish forces captured the northern part of the island.

Today, North Cyprus is a muslim territory with only 3 radio frequencies available. Two of them are Mulsim broadcast stations, while the third remains open.

By the grace of God, the local government has approached our Christian partners in the region and has asked them to buy the third station and to broadcast Christian programming.

The seeds of the gospel are just being planted in North Cyprus. These broadcasts are critical in ensuring that the Gospel takes root in the hearts of the people of this region by broadcasting the love of Jesus in their local language of Turkish.

Bring The Love of
Jesus to the Middle East

Bring The Love of Jesus to the Middle East

Total Project Cost: $200,000

How You Can Help

Partner in Prayer

“…if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven.” – Matthew 18:19
Please partner with us and the Holy Spirit in prayer to ensure projects move forward unhindered and we can raise the funds needed to establish these stations. Your ongoing prayers are deeply appreciated.

Spread the Word

We need to get the word out!

Help us to get the work out by sharing this opportunity with your friend and family.

Give a Transformational Gift

Looking for other giving options?
Call Christi at 949.582.5001
Any amount you feel led to give will go a long way in ensuring that people in the middle east have access to the Gospel.

Any money raised above our goal will go towards creating programming for these stations.
Guidelines is a non-commercial and non-denominational organization that depends completely on God’s provision and is supported entirely by generous supporters through their tax-deductible contributions.

About Guidelines

Our Mission

Since 1963, Guidelines International Ministries has shined the light of the Gospel in places of spiritual darkness through audio messages that encourage, equip, and bring hope in Jesus to new believers, the unreached, and to those living under persecution.

What We Believe

  • The entire Bible was given to man by inspiration of the Holy Spirit and it is God’s authoritative guide for life and living.
  • Humankind came into existence as an act of God. Every person is created by God in His image and is important to God.
  • Jesus was born of a virgin, the unique fusion of both God and man.
  • Jesus died for all of our sins, was buried and came back to life three days later.
  • Through faith in Christ alone we find forgiveness from our sins, are transformed into new people and receive the promise of eternal life.
  • The Holy Spirit lives in God’s people, giving them new life, enabling us to find purpose and meaning in life.
  • Every believer is to share the hope of the gospel. This is done through the power of the Holy Spirit. This is the mandate of Scripture and the mission of Guidelines.

The Voice of Hope
for a Hurting World