What we do
Nearly 3 billion people have not yet heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to reach the people in countries where sharing the word of God is uncommon through the use of modern media.
We do this by collaborating with in-country partners to create media programs that resonate with audiences by using the local culture and language to present Biblical messages. Through social media, the internet, and television we are able to tell compelling stories that provoke viewer engagement and interest which leads to follow-up interactions. It is through these interactions that we provide viewers with spiritual aftercare where we teach them what it means to follow Jesus Christ and help them find a spiritual home in a local church or digital community.
We currently work in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Somalia, Thailand, Japan, Central Asia, and 13 countries across West Africa.
Our key partner in West Africa is based in Ivory Coast. The drama series are broadcast on national and regional TV channels, as well as via satellite channels and internet platforms in 11 countries.
Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with more than 166 million inhabitants. 85 of the population is under the age of 24. It is the fourth largest Muslim country in the world.
In Pakistan, Islam is getting stronger and stronger and the blasphemy law is a real danger for Christians. In spite of this, the Pakistani Christians have an eagerness to share the message of Jesus Christ.
The Islam is currently the leading religion in Central Asia. Any outing of beliefs other than the Islam are restricted. 3xM is making television programs popular among viewers over relevant social issues in Central Asia.
It is our dream that millions of people living in these immense countries will see and hear more of the gospel in their own language via television. Pray and partner with us to make this possible!
Afghanistan is a hard-to-reach country. Despite the very few possibilities to tell Afghans the gospel, the community is increasingly digital and online. This offers us great opportunities with online media to reach more Afghans with the Gospel.