Words of Glory

Sunil, a young man from a Hindu family in India, discovered Mahima Ke Vachan, and it changed his life. Mahima Ke Vachan (Words of Glory) is the Hindi-language radio program produced by the collaborative partnership of Back to God Ministries International, Words of Hope, and Good Books Ministries in India.

Sunil suffers from epilepsy and seeks physical healing for his body. But he has found eternal hope in Words of Glory. After hearing the radio program, Sunil began sending text messages to the Hindi discipleship staff, asking questions about faith and the messages he heard. Staff members responded to his messages and encouraged Sunil with Bible texts.

It wasn’t long before Sunil wrote, “My life has changed through your program. I have accepted the Lord Jesus as my personal Savior!”

CRC media ministry in India began in July 2009, following synod’s approval for BTGMI to expand ministry in the Hindi language. The media ministry is made possible through BTGMI’s partnership with Good Books Ministries and Words of Hope, the media ministry of the Reformed Church in America.

Because Hindi is also understood and used in the neighboring countries of Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan, Words of Glory is opening doors for broader outreach in this region of the world.

Words of Glory also reaches listeners in central India. Anil, a faithful listener, uses the radio program to witness to his neighbors. He set up a “Listeners Club,” which brings people together to listen to and discuss the weekly radio program. “Your program is a beacon of light in this dark age,” writes Anil.

About the Author

Nancy Vander Meer is a staff writer with Back to God Ministries International in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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