The Singing Girl | AWR360°
Remi was lonely. Unlike most Maasai women in Tanzania, she’d had the privilege of a formal education, and now the government had sent her to a different town to teach.
Far away from family and friends, she turned to the radio for companionship—and learned there was only one station—Adventist World Radio! Remi enjoyed the programs, but one day she heard a choir sing, and it was the most beautiful music she’d ever heard. But as hard as she tried, Remi never learned the name of the choir.
Then she transferred to another city hundreds of miles away. More alone than ever, she accepted the help of a stranger. To her surprise, he played a recording of her favorite choir. When she asked him about it, he said the choir was in that very city—and he sang in the choir!
Watch the video below to learn what happened next. God has surprising ways of leading His children to the knowledge of truth—and He often uses Adventist World Radio to do it!
—Duane McKey, President