Airwave Angels: Using Walkie-Talkies to Spread the Gospel

In our fifth and final video from the Republic of the Marshall Islands, we visit the island of Imiej, where there’s no cell service, Wi-Fi, data, or any other modern means of communication. To work around this, The Salvation Army’s Ministry Leaders Raston & Jewel Lanwe got creative: they brought walkie-talkies and gave them to some of the residents of the remote island. Twice a day they use these radios to share devotionals, worship together, and pray. The walkie-talkie ministry has become a unique way to bring the islands’ residents closer to one another and to God. Check out the video to see their story!

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