Mongolia is full of people searching for hope who have few opportunities to hear the Gospel. Special guests, Ed Cannon and Bat T. from Far East Broadcasting Company join Dawn and Steve Mornings to discuss Project Mongolia. FEBC is on an exciting mission to bring the Gospel to Mongolia with the help of radio broadcasting.
Ed is the president of the FEBC, an international broadcast ministry made up of indigenous broadcasters, close to their listeners, reaching 50 countries in over 145 languages with the Gospel. Before taking over the leadership of FEBC, Ed was the Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at Moody Bible Institute. Today at FEBC, Ed's focus and heart for ministry are centered on reaching those millions around the globe who are still unreached with the Gospel.
Bat's full name is Batjargal Tuvshintsengel. He was born in Communist Mongolia and was a teenager when the USSR fell and Mongolia's borders opened to the outside world. At that time, there were only 4 Christians in Mongolia, and Bat was one of the first Mongolians to accept Christ. Several years later Bat founded the FEBC ministry in Mongolia and built its first Christian radio station. Today FEBC Mongolia's radio network includes 13 local FM stations.
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Trevin Wax challenges Christians to the adventure of standing up and standing out! Dawn and Steve explore an article by Trevin titled "The Joy of Living in a World Gone Wrong." Trevin Wax is vice president of research and resource development at the North American Mission Board and a visiting professor at Wheaton College. He's also a regular columnist and the author of multiple books.