Mozambique’s Rising Extremist Violence Poses Regional Threat; Trans World Radio Continues to Provide Gospel Hope

Photo courtesy of TWR

An uprising in northern Mozambique threatens the entire region. Nearly one million Mozambicans face severe hunger, the United Nations reports. The crisis is largely internal right now but could spill across the borders as people seek resources.

Trans World Radio (TWR) is teaming up with humanitarian aid workers to provide practical help and Gospel hope.

“The content that we are broadcasting, particularly in this area stuck with disaster, speaks to the heart to give hope; directing people specifically to Jesus Christ as a source of living water,” TWR’s Sphiwe* says.

Better yet, hope is taking root. Sphiwe quotes the following response TWR received from a Mozambican in one of the troubled regions:

“When we want to give up, someone speaks about God to us, and that keeps us going despite these difficulties.”

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


  • Pray TWR receives the funding it needs to continue airing Gospel programs in Mozambique.
  • Ask the Lord to protect TWR’s staff and partners working on the ground in Mozambique.
  • Pray terrorists will encounter Christ through TWR’s programs. Pray the encounter leads to transformed hearts and lives.
  • Pray organizations caring for physical needs in Mozambique will receive needed support so they can help more people.