Jagaa’s Story

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Secluded on the barren steppes of Mongolia, Jagaa and his wife live a nomadic life, far from any city, and any church. Yet, one day, Jagaa met a local believer, which changed everything… FEBC Mongolia currently broadcasts on 16 local FM stations throughout Mongolia, and is establishing 11 new radio stations as well. When completed, the entire country, and even …

Moody Radio Listeners Help Launch 12 New Stations in Mongolia!

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FEBC Mongolia is establishing 12 new radio stations across Mongolia with the help of Moody Radio listeners. Three of the 12 stations were recently completed. In the Western part of the country, Tsetserleg city became the first to go on the air on May 24th. Two more stations in the cities of Ulyastai, and Ulaangom were launched shortly thereafter in …

All of Mongolia On-Track to be Reached with the Gospel

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Just a few years ago there were only 4 Christians in all of Mongolia, and absolutely no Christian radio stations. Now, in addition to the 13 stations FEBC operates, 6 more are on-track to be built soon! This means the Gospel is on the verge of reaching the entire country—urban cities and even the most remote settlements! Here are just …

Hope is in the Wind (Ep. 60)

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News from Mongolia: “Hope is in the Wind”. Ed and Wayne talk about how hope is growing through the outreach from our radio station in Mongolia named, “Wind FM”. You’ll get to hear stories of listeners, and from FEBC’s ministry director about the way’s God’s Spirit is blowing through this needy country. Learn how you can pray and be a …

From Reindeer Herders to Hitchhikers: Reaching all of Mongolia

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Whether it’s a local salesman picking up hitchhikers or a nomadic family of reindeer herders, the Gospel is reaching the people of Mongolia and making a difference.   This country of around 3 million people is one of the most sparsely populated places on the planet. On average, there are only 5 people per square mile. In a country with such remote outposts and scattered minority groups, …

Unreached in Focus: Mongolia

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Thirty years ago, Mongolia was a Soviet state. Communism and atheism were the country’s official beliefs, but many also practiced Buddhism and Shamanism. There were no more than eight known Christian believers in the entire nation. During the 1989 Lausanne Congress in the Philippines, hundreds of Christian leaders and missionaries focused their prayers on Mongolia asking God for a breakthrough. …

Opportunity Time (Ep. 46)

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A Mongolian cab driver calls us to not be silent about our faith in Christ. Ed and Wayne react to this amazing story of conversion, commitment, and courage from an FEBC listener. Be open, God could use this conversation to stir you to raise your voice about the life-changing message of Jesus…Until All Have Heard. You can also check out …

Update from Rural Church in Western Mongolia

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In January, FEBC’s “Thru the Bible” program coordinator, Pastor Sammy, visited a province in Western Mongolia. This month, we received updates from an elder at one of the rural churches he visited. FEBC’s bible studies, which are available via SD card, are helping to spiritually nurture the widespread members of the church for whom it is difficult to gather together …