In Mongolia, we recently received a story from a taxi driver, who started to listen to FEBC while he worked. Eventually, he felt he couldn’t be quiet anymore and became a volunteer broadcaster.
“My name is G*. I’m a taxi driver and spend all of my time in a car; that’s why I listen to local radio and I started listening to FEBC. I can’t explain why I like it; maybe it’s the talk shows. I also listen to the Gospel program ‘Lifebelt’.
“When I first started tuning in, I was not a Christian. In fact, I would turn FEBC off when customers got into my taxi, afraid I would lose future business. Eventually, a friend encouraged me to go to church, which was located behind FEBC’s radio station. Due to listening to FEBC for so long, the message in church was easy to understand.
“Three years later, I decided to study at the Union Bible Theological College and I’m still taking classes. During this time, many troubling things started happening in my family. My wife, who had attended church with me, said she was no longer interested in doing this.
“Two months ago, FEBC gave me a radio and I gave it to my wife and encouraged her to listen to FEBC. I hope FEBC can lead her back to Jesus, just as their programs led me to the Cross. I look forward to this miracle in my family. Ten years ago I was not a Christian. I had never listened to FEBC, but one quiet listener became a Christian by tuning into FEBC.
“But this quiet listener doesn’t want to be quiet anymore. I decided to assist FEBC by becoming part of their volunteer team. During broadcasts, our team heartily prays for our broadcasters and for the programs to touch the lives of listeners.”
*name withheld for security purposes