Languages Currently Being Broadcast
Over 200 million people speak Bangla (Bengali) in Bangladesh and India including people from several unreached people groups. Bangladesh is primarily a Muslim and Hindu country with less than 1 percent Christian. Listen on the internet
More than 60 million Chinese in southern China speak Cantonese. This is the language of Hong Kong.
There are also over 2 million Chinese outside of China who speak Cantonese. About 2 percent of the
Cantonese speakers in China are Christian. That leaves 98 percent without Christ many of whom have never
heard the gospel at all.Listen on the internet
This is one of the major languages of the Philippines with over 7 million speakers. We are presently targeting the mountain people on Negros Island with gospel broadcasts on local radio in Cebuano. Listen on the internet
The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha. Bhutan is primarily a Buddhist and Hindu country of over 2 million people located next to Nepal and Bangladesh. Christians in Bhutan number less than one half of one percent. Bhutan is one of the world's least evangelized nations. Programs are bing broadcast on shortwave into Bhutan.Listen on the internet
We have one English broadcast that primarily targets an American audience. It can be heard on the internet only
Hindi is spoken by over 180 million people in India. It is a major language of India and
is understood and spoken by several unreached people groups. We have one program in Hindi. Listen on the internet
This is one of the major languages of the Philippines with over 5.7 million speakers. We are presently targeting the mountain people on Negros Island with gospel broadcasts on local radio in Ilonggo.
More than one billion people speak Mandarin as their mother tongue or first language. It is the official language of China where over 1.3 billion people live.
The vast majority of Mandarin speakers do not know Christ. We broadcast our Mandarin program on shortwave.
Listen on the internet
Over 16 million people speak Nepali as their language. These people live in Nepal, Bhutan, Brunei,
and India. Nepal is a largely Hindu country with about 1.9 percent Christian. The official language of
Nepal is Nepali. Nepali programs are being produced in Nepal by our partner ministry, Voice for Salvation
Radio Ministries and broadcast on shortwave and local radio. Listen on the internet
About 31.7 million people in India speak Oriya including people from several unreached people groups.
Programs are being recorded in cooperation with our partner ministry in India and broadcast on shortwave. Listen on the internet
About 30 million people in India speak Punjabi including people from several unreached people groups.
Programs are being recorded in cooperation with our partner ministry in Nepal, Voice for Salvation Radio
Ministries and broadcast on shortwave. Listen on the internet
Over 336 million people speak Spanish as their mother tongue. It is the second language of many
others. Spanish is the language of Latin America. We have Spanish programs on both internet, and local
radio reaching out to Latin America.Listen on the internet
This is a major trade language in central and eastern Africa with over 5 million first language users and over 30 million second language users.Listen on the internet
In India, 62 million people speak Tamil including those from unreached people groups. Our Tamil program is being produced in India.Listen on the internet
Telugu is one of the major languages of India being spoken by over 70 million people in India and
another 5 million outside of India. Several unreached people groups can understand and speak Telugu.
Programs are being produced by our International Partner in Evangelism in India, Rev. Samson Roberts.Listen on the internet
Over 3 million people live in Tibet. We are broadcasting on shortwave the Tibetan language used on national
radio which most Tibetans can understand. Listen on the internet
Over 60 million people speak Urdu worldwide with over 10 million speakers in Pakistan. We have one Urdu program. Listen on the internet
Note: Though many of the programs are on radio, some are only available on the internet.