Help Mongolia Do WELL

Happy Easter 2017

Christian celebrations in countries like Mongolia are a great opportunity for many people to experience God. People are often open to listen to a  Biblical explanation of a festival. That’s why so many of our stations even go as far as leasing time on other radio stations to get the Easter message out to as many people as possible.

Please make an Easter donation today and support FEBC Mongolia to do WELL. WELL is our programming philosophy that guides our on-air content to make a difference in the lives of untold people.

This Easter FEBC Mongolia, known as Wind FM, is broadcasting programmes based on the book “The Case for Christ” by Lee Strobel, plus another programme called “Jesus Last Word.” Other audio dramas will be voiced by well known Mongolian personalities, storying the Easter events.

An Easter donation will do WELL in many households and gers.

Gers are traditional tent homes made of wood and felt. Many families still live in gers.


Please join us and pray for the good impact of these radio programmes:

  • For many it will be out of pure curiosity that they tune in to WindFM – pray they experience joy and peace.
  • Others listen regularly, but have no other connection with the Church – pray they meet believers this Easter.
  • Many listen privately and keep their vulnerable faith to themselves – pray for courage and strengthening faith.

“But the good seed on good soil stands for those with a noble and good heart, who hear the word, retain it, and by persevering produce a crop.”

Luke 8:15

Please click the donate button below or the station logo and give a gift to Mongolian families this Easter (choose Special Appeal or Where Most Needed from the Gift list). Reach out with Wisdom, Evangelism, Lifestyle guidance and Leadership training.

Thank you.


blankblankP.S. A very special Easter gift for you…click the image below to read about our limited offer of a signed Graham Braddock print ” The Road to the Cross, Jerusalem.”


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