Impact Stories

Finding New Purpose

When Bowie Grant and his wife, Debby, moved to Indianapolis in the fall of 2019, they had no idea how the world would soon be changing.
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Small Package — Big Impact

SonSet® radios are delivering God’s word to some of the most remote places on earth. Mamoud Marah, Director of Radio Shalom in Sierra Leone, reports, “The distribution of the solar radios has created a big impact in the community."
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Casting Our Net

This January, SonSet Solutions participated in two virtual missions conferences by creating a virtual booth where attendees could talk with team members and learn about the ways we provide innovative solutions for ministries around the world.
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Strengthening a Spiritual Signal

For the Navajo Nation, poverty, unemployment and loneliness are a part of daily life for many people, so the three Christian radio stations run by Across Nations are a source of hope and connection.
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A New, Team Approach to Power Solutions

“Like a team of doctors, we can examine the power-quality symptoms, write up a diagnosis, and prescribe a treatment in the form of an affordable power-quality solution tailored to a specific partner’s need.”
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Coming Together for a Common Goal

According to the Accord WASH Alliance, nearly a billion people lack access to improved drinking water. SonSet Solutions pioneered a remote monitoring technology for clean water systems.
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Breathing New Life into Traditional Songs

When Eddie Andersen launched a radio station in Dukana, Kenya, his ministry faced the massive challenge of filling the airwaves with content relevant to an incredibly diverse audience.
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A New Way to Recruit

How do you connect with potential interns when many colleges are not meeting in person? It involves some online resources and a little creativity.
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Finding a New Identity

Will, a man without resources and in pain, came to Radio Évangile Développement in Burkino Faso looking for assistance. He walked away with much more than he planned.
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