Radio in Mongolia


dsc_0624The country of Mongolia is in the north-east corner of the 10-40 window and is located between Russia and China. A large majority of its inhabitants live in poverty.  With only approximately 0.7% of the population deemed to be Christian, the majority of the population follows Buddhism.

Broadcasting God’s love and forgiveness throughout the capital city area is FEBC WindFM.  Founded in 2000, WindFM has since expanded its reach outside of the city of Ulaanbaatar into outlying areas.

Galcom International has assisted in extending the reach of WindFM by helping with 2 station installations and have delivered many radios to Pastor Bat, who runs the station.  In fact, Pastor Bat has even visited us in Canada and was excited to see how Galcom’s ministry could reach many Mongolians for Christ.

Many Mongolians have written into WindFM to tell how much they love both the radio station and their own personal radio:

“…my Galcom (radio) was given to me by church pastor.  That is a light and compact to transport it.  Contents of family targeted program are given to me.  Also, I often listen to the Biblical programs.” – a seniordsc_0601

“…soon Galcom radio had been being turned on night and day by my son.  Cause of turned radio on, our mind and heart had been affected by Bible words and man’s preaching of Thru the Bible.  So our family felt becoming greater and better than before.  We all together accepted Him as our Savior.  Now every Sunday we attend in a church “Salvation house” in Erdenet City.”

If you would like to make a donation for radios like these in Mongolia, you can visit our website here:





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