When COVID-19 prevented churches in Madagascar from meeting in person, missionaries Nathan and Tessa Baker, along with their team, secured a weekly, 20-minute radio segment for local dialect Bible stories. Building upon an existing ten-year-old radio ministry, the Bakers and their team were able to use over 100, already-crafted Bible stories for these broadcasts that now air three times a week.
This radio ministry has even reached into rural areas of Madagascar that the Bakers weren’t able to travel to because of COVID restrictions. As a result, people in these areas have contacted local pastors asking about salvation, discipleship opportunities, churches, and/or permission to share these stories with others.
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PRAY for the Bakers’ ministry in Madagascar and that more people would come to follow Jesus as a result of these radio broadcasts.