Dear workers of the religious program,
This is my first letter to you. I happened to hear a program on
the radio that talked so clearly and simply about God and His Son Jesus Christ.
I live in a faraway village, about 30 kilometers away from the nearest
town, 70 kilometers away from Tula, 10 kilometers from the post office and
9 kilometers away from a small cloister. I rarely go to church, which
is 9 kilometers away, because the roads are bad. There are no cars or
horses. It is eerily quiet around, the wolves howl, and thick woods surround
us. Today I heard your program on the radio for the first time. It was such
a wonderful program!
(Valentina G., Village of Potyotino, Tulskaya Oblast)
Dear Radio Center,
Thank you for what you do. I am really worried about your taking
one hour off your daily broadcasts. I would like to offer my support to you.
Listening to your radio, I grew up, came to Christ, repented, got
married and had two children. Now you can imagine how long I have been listening
to your programs and what a big role you play in my life.
I really like your English-language programs. I am studying English
right now, and your programs are a real help to me. I can't afford to
take formal English-language lessons and I would like to know the language better
since it is used all over the world. Your radio station is the only one
in Moscow with programs in English. Besides, they are simply very interesting.
I understand them and try to apply what I learn into my life.
(Timofey Ch. from Moscow.)
Dear workers of the Christian Radio Center,
My name is Sergey. I am from the republic of Moldova. I am 24 years
old. For family reasons I had to come to Moscow. I have been listening to
you programs with much hunger and anticipation for five months. My Christian
friends from Moldova listen to your programs with me. They are Tolik
(he is 33), Anton (he is 36) and his daughter Tanyusha (she is 12), Sergey
(he is 20) and another friend, a non-believer, he is 25, who also listens
and learns. I get very tired at work. I am a construction worker. Your
radio station to me is rest, help and comfort.
Dear radio station,
The LORD bless you, and keep you;
The LORD make His face shine on you,
And be gracious to you;
The LORD lift up His countenance on you,
And give you peace. (Numbers 6:24-26)
Keep doing God's work.
The harvest in Moscow is big. Thank God that you are the doers!