Wycliffe Bible Translators and Moody Radio are working in partnership this month in an effort that will benefit minority language communities in Panama and Peru as well as those from the Moody audience who choose to engage in the exciting venture that unlocks God’s Word for the least, the last, the lost.
(If you would like to see photos from recent trips which included Moody radio personnel with some Wycliffe hosts as they ventured to Panama and Peru, check out Wycliffe on Flickr.)
On Tuesday I’ll be traveling to Indianapolis so I can be in the WGNR studios in Anderson on Wednesday and Thursday, providing support to their on-air staff during morning and afternoon drive-time shows.
The next week I’ll be one of dozens of Wycliffe staff volunteering time to answer phones for the second week’s Wednesday/Thursday campaign in other of Moody’s radio markets. The following week — when I’m at Faith Church’s Global Impact Conference — the final week of the campaign will hit a few more Moody stations, including WMBI in Chicagoland.
(If you follow the link by clicking on the above graphic you can see the specific funding projects that are being shared as well as a station schedule so you can see if we’ll be featured in a market where you live and listen.)