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A Visit with Mrs. G's China Prayer Project Moves Forward with Help from TWR

Mrs. GFour months after casting a vision to expand its ministry into China, A Visit with Mrs. G Ministries was presented with an opportunity to take on the immense project with help from fellow NRB member organization Trans World Radio (TWR).

According to A Visit with Mrs. G, the President of TWR Canada and his colleague offered the services of TWR’s China Ministry Development team and their studio in Toronto after hearing about the China Prayer Project during a visit three months ago.

"After a meeting with TWR leaders, our Board have decided to proceed," shared Kitty Anna Griffith, also known as Mrs. G. "TWR will provide the talent and the technology and A Visit with Mrs. G Ministries will pay the expenses."

While the cost of translating and producing the ministry's Bible Stories Alive in Chinese in audio and e-books will be considerable, the ministry is prayerful that the Lord will supply all the funding that will be required, especially as there are an estimated 300 million children in China.

"God is giving us this astonishing privilege: to tell the children of China that God loves them," reported Mrs. G. "Jesus said, 'Let the children come to me.' Let’s do all we can."

Presently the 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.

For the new Chinese versions, TWR and A Visit with Mrs. G will begin with the story of Creation (Genesis 1-4) and the story of Noah (Genesis 5-11).

Dr. William Tsui, Director of China Ministry Development for Trans World Radio, said Mrs. G's stories, which are followed by questions, "will be a very effective tool to reach and teach" children in China.

"Church pastors, children’s workers and Christian parents will be delighted to have this wonderful and powerful tool for their ministry to their children," he added.

Published: May 22, 2014

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