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Europe Trip 2011: Jesus in Many Languages

Teun Groenendijk, Will Van den Broeke, and Jean Charles Tatiere videotaped Andrew’s messages for (Click to enlarge)OK, partners and friends of Andrew Wommack Ministries—we’re on our way home and it’s time to pause and give these three guys a big round of applause. They are two Dutchmen and a Frenchman; Teun Groenendijk, Will Van den Broeke, and Jean Charles Tatiere. They joined us in Holland and videotaped Andrew’s messages interpreted into Dutch for, a webtv outreach for people around the world who still speak the European languages. They decided to pay their own expenses to tape Andrew with Dutch, French, and Italian interpreters on this trip. To accomplish that, they followed us in a production van from Holland, through France and Italy, recording all of Andrew’s messages for later webcast. What a blessing!

The value of their efforts will be seen in the months and years ahead. People of other languages are being introduced to the almost-too-good-to-be-true-news through the interconnected networking of the worldwide web. While our mainstream TV and radio broadcast reaches by far the largest mass audience, these smaller boutique networks cannot be ignored. The fact that was willing to record Andrew for free, simply to capture his teaching, is an indication that the world of communications is changing. There are enough people watching web tv to pay for such an enterprise.

Indeed, President Jean Tatiere says that since they began Biblica TV last November, they have received responses from 110 countries. He has promised to make master tapes of Andrew’s translated messages available to our European and American websites for posting as they see fit. So, all you partners who support Andrew, you’ve got to like that “bang for the buck!” (Sitting here in Heathrow Airport, waiting for my plane, I can almost hear your applause.)

Time to close this European trip blog... Let us know with a comment in the ministry guestbook if you enjoyed coming along via this journal. As for now, I’m one tired puppy, and more than ready to write my last word. Good bye for now.