‘The Tide’ radio ministry looks for ways to share gospel in Nigeria

KAWURI, Nigeria (The Tide) — Two villages in northeastern Nigeria were attacked by suspected Islamist militants, leaving 74 dead. Militants attacked Kawuri village in Borno state at a busy market, setting off explosives and setting houses ablaze. The attacks were blamed on Boko Haram, a radical Islam group. Don Shenk, director of The Tide, a 68-year-old global gospel ministry that produces radio programs in several heart languages throughout the world, looks to find new ways to serve in Nigeria and to reach the entire region with its radio program that delivers the message of the love of Christ.
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