The Gospel is being aired via radio waves all through South Asia with the Gospel for Asia radio programs, reaching into the most remote places. Read amazing stories of redemption as people hear of Christ’s hope, healing, and love.

Lonely Man Revived by the Turn of a Dial

Kvanh grew up in a harsh mountain climate, toiling away alongside his family to cultivate land for their livelihood. Unable to go to school, Kvanh spent his time studying religious books with…

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A radio program about Jesus reached the lonely Kvanh as he sat in his shop waiting for customers. He found hope in the message, and when he met a GFA-supported national worker, Kvanh felt he was meeting a friend.

Woman Finds Freedom Through Radio

Treatments, medicine, rituals and sacrifices—no matter what Gagana and her husband tried, nothing seemed to work. Spiritual Warfare Gagana and her husband, Shreyars, lived in a rural village in Asia. Farming and…

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Finding More Than a Song

Mahitha held a small booklet in her hands. The words “God loves you” were printed on the front cover. Although the booklet and the concept were new to her, she had heard…

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Broadcasting Beyond Borders

God works in mysterious ways to express His love to His children and to save them from bondage. One way is through GFA-supported radio stations. Yushan, 25, lived in bondage, but then he heard…

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Radio Vs. Black Magic

“Lord Jesus, if You are the real God, please save our lives.” With a broken heart, a sickly body and attentive ears, Kallol formed these desperate words into a prayer. He was…

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What the Herdsman Heard

Dhiman hardly noticed the cows grazing nearby as he listened intently to the words penetrating the quietness of the jungle. While searching for the normal secular programming he usually listened to on…

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When They Tore His Magazine

A college student named Shalva shares how God comforted him through a Gospel for Asia-supported radio ministry. My name is Shalva. I am a regular listener of [a Gospel for Asia-supported] radio…

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