So many people today have no hope. You see this in the increase in drug abuse, alcoholism, and suicide. Hope is essential to life. We have the saying, “As long as there’s life, there’s hope.” The apostle Paul said, “If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men the most pitiable.”
That means, we much find our hope somewhere else. In Romans 5, Paul talks about the beneficial effects of suffering in our lives as Believers. He writes, “Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.” He’s talking about the hope we have through Christ.
But what if you didn’t know where to find hope? Where would you begin to look? Some people turn to the radio or the internet to find something that will bring them hope.
Would you like an opportunity to help bring lasting hope to someone who is seeking? Read on.
Our Bible teaching broadcasts to Nepal, Rays of Hope, are touching many lives. Dozens of FM stations across Nepal share our programs multiple times each week. But these programs are only partly funded by designated gifts. So, we use money from our General Fund to cover the shortfall. Your gift for the broadcasts in Nepal would be greatly appreciated. You can make a difference in someone’s life today. Like this listener…
“We live in the village and are fully involved in farming. Our fathers and forefathers were priests in the temple and very strong Hindu religious saints. But today, Jesus is becoming my God and I worship him in our church. This reality has taken place in my life through many ups and downs. My wife went through severe illness and demonic possession that nearly led to her death. But Jesus and His power saved and healed my wife, then we both became Christians and disciples of Jesus. Today I am a regular listener of (Asha ko Kiran) Rays of Hope Program. I love to listen to the radio program. Thanks.”
Your gift for the Nepali language broadcast will help a seeker come to know Jesus and/or help a new Believer to grow in their relationship with the Lord!
-J. Mark Horst