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A Visit with Mrs. G Marks 40 Years of Broadcasting with China Prayer Project

Mrs. GA Visit with Mrs. G recently celebrated its 40th anniversary of broadcasting. The program began in September 1973 and has since continued every week without a break.

"The Lord has supplied every need and expanded the ministry," shared Kitty Anna Griffiths, also known as Mrs. G. 

According to Griffiths, the ministry's most recent expansion was on the Internet. Its next proposed expansion is into China, where there is a potential listening audience of 1.2 billion on radio and Internet.

"Bible Stories Alive, we are told, [is] urgently needed in China," reported Griffiths, referring to the publishing division of A Visit with Mrs. G Ministries, Inc.                                                 

"If this immense project is in God’s plan, He will provide His chosen Chinese servants to translate the stories and voice them, and place them on Internet and radio in China," she added.

Presently the Bible stories of Bible Stories Alive are broadcast in English on hundreds of weekly releases in North America and worldwide by shortwave, satellite, and Internet. To date, they have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Mandarin, Rumanian, Norwegian, Farsi, Khmer, Nepali, Amharic, and Russian.

Published: October 24, 2013

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