Two-thirds of the population follows the religion of the state - Buddhism; the remaining one-third are Hindus. This nation was isolated until 1960, and viewed by many as a mystic wonderland - a Shangri-La. But it has a deep spiritual void when viewed against the backdrop of Calvary and the gospel message.
There is hope, however; although evangelism is forbidden, a small church work has begun. Radio programs in the Dzonghka language are in the planning process, and we believe radio will offer an avenue to reach this secluded kingdom more quickly than any other means.
Airtime investment: $150/day
Production costs: $50/program