Niger: Out of the Ashes


In January of 2015, a group of Muslim protesters lashed out against Christians in Niger. The protesters were angry at Western media portrayals of their prophet. In a shockingly organized sweep, churches around the country were looted and set on fire. 80 Christian churches and homes were burned throughout Niger that day. The world was waiting to see how the Christians would respond to these attacks.

Meet Neelam


Neelam Sonali Tirkey has been a radio producer for Words of Hope for 17 years. Learn more about Neelam and how God called her to the ministry.

Joshua Abure – Heavenly Reward


Joshua Abure shares a song with the congregation at Kawolokota Church of Uganda. Joshua is blind and has mastered the adungu, a nine-stringed bow harp. Joshua’s music is often recorded and aired on Words of Hope radio programs, and he is working now on producing his own record of original songs.

Building the Church in Nepal


Cross-Way Church in Kathmandu, Nepal is using media to build up a new generation of church leaders. Cross-Way’s aim is to plant Christ-centered churches in all 75 districts of Nepal.

Good News for Tibetans


Tibet is a very needy area; there are still so many who have never heard the word Jesus. There has been a history of more than 200 years of evangelism among the Tibetans, and it is still one of the least evangelized people. The Gaweylon “Good News” team has been broadcasting to Tibetans for 25 years. In 1995, Words of Hope came alongside to spread the gospel message even further.