The Story of the Messiah
Ministry outreach on radio
The life of Jesus Christ the Messiah as told by a Nepalese father to his adopted son is a series of 56 ~ 15 minute radio programs. On local radio in Nepal they are popular, especially during Christmas and Easter seasons .
Local radio stations provide information to residents during times of tragedy and this is the new norm now. Locally operated Christian format stations are operational in Nepal and they each have some damage. They were soon repaired and returned to give direction and guidance for help and offer hope to all in need during the trying times when people lost everything.
Listeners write . . .
Hi, your program is very good, I listen to Story of the Messiah when it is on radio, and haven’t had chance to hear it lately. I work in radio company and with my network we have over 20 FM radio stations covering throughout Nepal. I would like to have the Story of the Messiah programs go on air through all those radio stations. Please let me know how to contact you for more details.
Story Of the Messiah (SOM) production was translated and produced in studios in Nepal. It was recorded and mixed and tested in 56 episodes. Then it was released for broadcast on many FM stations.
Hi my name is Anita, I am a young girl from Brahmin family, I am still Hindu, but I truly trust in God. I have the Bible with me and read it. I have not been baptized yet but have received Jesus as my Lord and Savior. I have not been able to go to Church but I hate worshiping idols. God has fulfilled my heart. Some times I struggle being a girl from Brahmin family because when I share the good news of Jesus to others, they ridicule me, it hurts me. I would love to use my time doing God’s work, please pray for me.
How it started . . .
It was produced using a Nepali family to tell the story. They did this story so that the churches of Nepal and Nepalese around the world would be able to listen to the whole story of Jesus Christ. The Story of the Messiah doesn’t talk just about what Jesus did, it also answers questions like, “Why did Jesus do that?” All of the writing of the dialogue in the Nepalese family was completed and it resulted in a 56 series audio that is played on local radio stations in Nepal.