Radio: A Part of Everyday Life

Nepal

Over 80% of Nepali people live in the rural areas of the country, most of which are underdeveloped and hard to reach. While the cities are equipped with more advanced means of communication like television and internet, the mountainous regions of Nepal rely heavily on radio. However, in both rural and urban homes, radio is a part of everyday life. Listening to an FM radio program happens everywhere in the city. From a morning bus ride to work, to a …

New Nepali Ministries in 2019

Nepal

New Album: Naya Hriday Music is one common language we all speak. We may know someone who became interested in Christianity just by listening to Christian songs. Cross-Way media ministry has been producing gospel songs to share the message of Christ to all who love to listen to music. Our third album of gospel songs is called “Naya Hriday,” meaning “New Heart.” It will be ready for the release by the second week of January 2019. This time the songs …

Ministry in the Mountains of Nepal

Nepal

Nepal is a small, landlocked country to the north of India. Many things make Nepal a hard place to do ministry: the mountainous terrain (including eight of the highest mountain peaks in the world), poverty, illiteracy, and the country’s historic Hindu religion. In 2017, Nepal became an even more difficult place for Christians when the government announced that religious conversion would become a criminal activity, weighted with a punishment of up to five years in prison. This anti-conversion law seems …

Terrible Floods in Nepal

Nepal

One of our Nepali producers has written to inform us that terrible flooding and landslides in Nepal, northern India, and Bangladesh have already led to the death of almost 250 people. Millions more have been displaced from their homes at this time. In Nepal alone, over 100 people have died, and hundreds of villages have been affected. Many feel that the Nepali government has not responded with the necessary urgency to this disaster. Please join us in prayer for everyone …

Finding Joy in Christ

Nepal

A Nepali man born blind finds new hope and purpose through listening to Christian radio about God’s plan for his life. Tired of Life Sadar was born blind. In developing countries, blindness can be an especially devastating impairment, since less resources and opportunities may be available for those who are differently-abled. Born into a Hindu family, Sadar was not familiar with Christianity growing up. He moved to India for a time, in search of new opportunities, but about a year …