CHAMBERSBURG, Pa.—The Tide® (www.thetide.org) global Gospel ministry is partnering with Enhanced Access to Great Learning Experiences (EAGLE) in Zimbabwe to reach more listeners over the airwaves 12 hours a day.
Since 1983, The Tide ministry has shared the hope of Christ through a program called “Amagugu Evangeli,” which means “Precious Gospel” in English. Over the past several years, listener response to the program has grown exponentially, and The Tide ministry is looking forward to even more response as they begin broadcasting for longer periods.
The 12-hour broadcast is made possible through The Tide ministry’s partnership with EAGLE. The Zimbabwe-based learning organization is working in rural communities to ensure that children may all have access to quality learning materials. Partnering with The Tide, EAGLE will be splitting 24 hours of daily airtime with the “Amagugu Evangeli” broadcast in order to provide educational programs to children.
For the first time, The Tide ministry will need to transform a production studio into broadcasting facility that can be operational at all times.
“This will be a new venture,” said The Tide Director Don Shenk. “The prospect of providing Christian radio content in Zimbabwe for 12 hour every day is very exciting and will provide much needed hope and spiritual guidance for the people of Zimbabwe.”
This new initiative comes just in time for The Tide ministry’s 75th Anniversary as they celebrate longevity and look ahead with “The Tide Diamond Vision.” Through the lens of their Diamond Vision, The Tide is focusing on amplifying more ministry initiatives, solidifying more resources to help new believers and striving to bring glory to God.
“We eagerly anticipate where God will lead us in the future as we steward His ministry,” Shenk said. “And we are so excited to see our longest-running global Gospel program continue to grow.”
The Tide ministry is celebrating their 75th anniversary of recording and broadcasting Gospel programming. Millions of people in multiple regions on three continents can hear Gospel content recorded in 30 heart languages, including those in Afghanistan, Albania, Bhutan, India, Kosovo, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Thailand and Zimbabwe.
For more information about The Tide broadcast projects, history, radio programs around the world, special yearlong campaigns, the weekly Global Update radio features or other news, visit its website at www.thetide.org or its Facebook page. Read more about The Tide ministry and Director Don Shenk here.
The Tide ministry is also actively looking for people godly and manly enough to take up the 2021 “Year Beard” challenge. Visit www.YearBeard.org for background and to meet some of the participants who are growing out their facial hair to raise awareness and financial support to help The Tide ministry reach an additional 1 million people with the name of Jesus next year.
To schedule interviews with Don Shenk, director of The Tide global radio ministry, contact [email protected], Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096, ext. 105, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.