Good News for Tibet Radio
Proclaiming the Gospel to the Tibetan People
Target Field(s): India, Tibet (China), Nepal, Bhutan
Target People Group(s): Tibetans
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Good News for Tibet Radio (GNTR) brings the Gospel to one of the most difficult to reach people groups in the world: Tibetans. In 1959 the Chinese government invaded Tibet, resulting in the flight of the Dalai Lama and thousands of his followers--who remain in refugee camps throughout India, Bhutan, and Nepal. Tibetans continue to leave their homeland to flee to these camps, where they have freedom to set up their monasteries and practice their religion.
GNTR broadcasts high-quality radio programs in Tibetan, featuring a mixture of Tibetan culture and history, health issues, native folklore, and the Gospel. Because Tibetans have a 35% literacy rate, this has been an effective way to reach these displaced people with the Gospel. Many Tibetans, including many monks, have written back requesting more information, Bibles, Christian literature, etc. Through GNTR's active literature follow-up efforts, many Tibetans are being discipled in the Lord.
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