FEBC Mongolia needs funding for 3 new stations, which, together with our existing 5, would put the entire country within reach of Gospel broadcasting.
Generous donors have already helped us raise 21% of our annual goal, but we still need your help to raise the $126,000 needed to reach remote people—like the one million nomadic herdsmen that live in Mongolia—through satellite transmissions.
The Good News is within reach of every soul in Mongolia, and just $126,000 can make it possible. Please give to achieve this amazing goal of bringing the Gospel to all of Mongolia.
$126,000 to reach all of Mongolia
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Mongolia Ministry Highlights
Founded in 2000, FEBC Mongolia established radio station, WIND-FM, in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. The station is considered a trusted voice in the community with about 200,000 listeners with a goal to deliver programs to all provincial radio stations (21) by 2015.
In Tangible Ways
Mongolia Ministry Highlights
Since 2000, FEBC Mongolia has been broadcasting in the Mongolian language 24 hours a day from FM station 104.5 in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia.August 2010 FEBC Mongolia extended its broadcast to Nalaih, a mining town East of Ulaanbaatar, with a population of 30,000. October 1, 2010, FEBC Mongolia established an FM station in Murun, Huvsgol Province. Byanhongor station was launched in November 2011, followed by a low-power FM station in October 2012 in the city of Baganuur.
FEBC-Mongolia works with other Christian ministries and NGOs to improve the quality of life for the Mongolian people through radio programming, community outreach, radio distribution, and several other outreach projects.Promoting family values and responsible living, organizing rallies that develop a sense of community, introducing listeners to biblical concepts like charity, kindness, and grace is making a difference in the lives of people. When polled, Ulaanbaatar listeners say they enjoy the friendly voices, music, Bible messages, and public service programs. And several years ago, the Speaker of the Mongolian Parliament commended WIND FM for its contribution to the development of the nation, citing himself as a regular listener. WIND FM received the Crystal Pen Award in December 2011, cited as the best Radio Station in Mongolia.
In 2012, 7,700 listeners called, emailed, texted, or visited our offices in Mongolia.
The Mission in Mongolia
Facts on Mongolia:
Population: 3.2 million – Mongol (mostly Khalkha) 94.9%, Turkic (mostly Kazakh) 5%, other (including Chinese and Russian) 0.1%
Languages: Khalkha Mongol 90% (official), Turkic, Russian
Religion: Buddhist Lamaist 50%, Shamanist and Christian 6%, Muslim 4%, none 40%
A modern day Acts, the nation of Mongolia has moved from a country steeped in Buddhism, Shamanism and atheism to one that now knows Christ; at last count 100,000 people, mostly under the age of 30, now call themselves Christians.
Stories & Updates from Mongolia
Opportunity to Reach 6 Million More Mongolians
Pray for a new opportunity we have to reach these people, who are still isolated from God’s word and have had limited access to our Gospel programming in their own language.
A Listener Story from Mongolia
Here’s our monthly audio listener story from Mongolia.
New Programs Air in Mongolia Targeting Men
After receiving feedback from several listeners who said they wanted more family programming aimed at men, Wind FM has been preparing 3-4 new programs focusing on encouraging fathers.
Tenth Station Goes on Air in Mongolia
On Good Friday, March 25th, FEBC Mongolia launched its 10th station on 106.5 FM in Sainshand City, in the East Gobi province of Mongolia.