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Ministries Unite to Plant New Radio Station in Mongolia

by Michael Ireland

MISSION VIEJO, CALIFORNIA (ANS) – Two ministries have partnered together to  help establish an FEBC Family Radio Station in Mongolia.

Guidelines International Ministries is working with the Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC) Mongolia to create a station in Choibalsan, Eastern Mongolia.

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A Mongolian woman listens to FEBC radio

From its newly-furnished studio, FEBC is now broadcasting 24/7 to the Choibalsan community. The station is known as FM 104.5 Family Radio.

“We are utterly thankful to the Lord and to Guidelines for our brand new FEBC Gospel station in Choibalsan city!” said FEBC Mongolia director, Batjargal “Bat” Tuvshintsengel.

“This is what can happen when the Body of Christ works together,” Guidelines president, Bonnie Sala, pointed out. “It’s a joy and privilege to share in the story of what God is doing in Mongolia.”

Choibalsan is the fourth-largest city in Mongolia with a population of over 44,000 people.

Predominantly Buddhist, with close proximity to the Chinese border, the city has a history of being resistant to the Gospel.

Guidelines devotionals programs have been translated and broadcast by FEBC Mongolia since 2016. These practical messages are distributed in 16 languages throughout the world, including places where listeners may be unreached, new to Christianity or living with persecution.

Guidelines also partners to help establish Christian radio stations that empower the local church and provide humanitarian assistance.

More information is available at www.guidelines.org.

The author of this story, Michael Ireland, is a self-supported media missionary with ANS. Click here to support him as a missionary journalist. 

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