Radio Mojdeh website

Radio Mojdeh Home 2016 (“Good News Radio”) is a Persian website for evangelism and Bible teaching.  Mojdeh is pronounced “Moj Day,” and the “J” has the sound of the “S” in the word “leisure.”  This website can be accessed by anyone in the world with an internet connection.

Radio Mojdeh contains audio presentations and written content that can be read online or downloaded.  Christian music and teaching are featured for both seekers and Christian believers.  The teaching consists of Scripture reading, testimonies, answers to questions, Bible exposition, discipleship training and many other formats.

Users can go to the website to listen to and download short audio files and read written articles.  The written articles touch on key topics such as repentance, forgiveness and baptism.  Special sections include a blog and answers to questions that Iranians commonly have.  Web visitors can read and listen to testimonies of Iranians who have come to Christ.

The site also has links to the entire Persian Bible that users can use to read the Scriptures online.  This is a tremendous resource for Iranians whose access to hard copies of God's Word is very limited.

One of the key elements on the Radio Mojdeh website is a 24/7 internet radio station.  This live radio streaming can be accessed directly from the Radio Mojdeh website, other websites that provide links to internet radio stations and iTunes.  If you use the free iTunes application, go to "Music" under Library, select the "Internet" menu item and click the “International/World” stream.  Scroll down to “Iran Radio Mojdeh.”  Double-click the stream, and it will begin playing.

We have also developed mobile phone applications for both Android and Apple smart phones. Users can listen to Radio Mojdeh directly on their mobile phones. These apps are available as free downloads from the Google Play and Apple iTunes stores. Search the stores for "Radio Mojdeh."

God is using Radio Mojdeh to teach Iranian Christian believers and bring seekers into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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