Story number 2 for 12 Apr 2000

By April 12, 2000

Next, ministries on the frontiers of evangelism are bringing the Gospel to dark corners of the world. Despite tremendous obstacles, Christians are making an impact in some of the world’s most spiritually and geographically challenging areas in the Himalayan region. Words of Hope’s Lee DeYoung says their radio broadcasts are reaching the people in these predominately Buddhist areas. “It’s very encouraging to see a program that was already attracting a good deal of response over FEBA radio by shortwave, actually greatly increasing the evident listener response.” DeYoung says while their ministry in the Tibetan area grows, they do practice caution. “Words of Hope has not directly encountered much overt trouble in that part of the world. Those who are involved in the program production are being more cautious in these days, there have been in the past year a number of instances of opposition from political groups that have religious affiliations.”

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