Project Hannah

Ministry Vision

Project Hannah is a ministry of TWR offering compassion, encouragement and hope to suffering women worldwide through prayer, awareness, radio programming and mercy ministries.


Project Hannah's international ministry teams are answering God’s call by caring for the suffering through prison ministries, refugee assistance, care for AIDS patients and orphans, and much more. These teams show the love of God in tangible ways every day, around the world. Project Hannah also promotes awareness of women’s issues by speaking at churches, women’s groups, conferences and other events.

Radio Programming

Radio can reach women where they are, no matter their social status, culture or location. That’s why Project Hannah chose a radio broadcast to proclaim the hope of Jesus Christ. The friend-to-friend style of the Women of Hope program is simple and attractive, yet challenging. The broadcasts share practical advice and insight, letting listeners know they are understood and loved—especially by God. First aired in 1998, Women of Hope is broadcast today in more than 64 languages from hundreds of AM, FM and shortwave radio stations. Through Women of Hope, women are meeting Jesus, the only One who can heal all their wounds.


Rooted in prayer and fasting, Project Hannah has become a global prayer movement, with prayer partners in more than 100 countries. A monthly prayer calendar, translated in more than 70 languages, provides requests and up-to-date information about specific countries or areas of focus for concentrated prayer.

Mercy Ministries

Project Hannah teams globally, including prayer and listeners groups have, responded to God's work in their lives by establishing Mercy Ministry initiatives on-the-ground in spiritually needy countries. Groups are involved in a wide variety of activities, not limited to, but including:

  • Prayer Groups
  • Health Seminars
  • Listener’s Rallies
  • Prison Ministries
  • Visitation
  • Partnerships
“Our prayer groups and in-country volunteers function as the hands and feet of Jesus to prisoners, orphans, hospital patients and others who are hurting or downcast.”
– Marli Spieker Project Hannah Founder