Next, HCJB World Radio reports that Christians have received government permission to start a Christian FM station near Grozny, the capital of war-torn Chechnya. HCJB officials recently signed a partnership agreement with North Ossetia (oh-SEE-sha) Mission to put the station on the air. Daily broadcasts are expected to begin soon. Since 1990, the mission has worked in more than 70 countries to put Christian broadcasts on the air, often in areas formerly closed to missionary efforts.
Story number 2 for 7 Dec 1999
By davidvranishDecember 7, 1999
- Primary Language: Russian
- Primary Religion: Christianity
- Evangelical: 1.2%