Miraculous Healing: Where Are The Former Amputees?

In 2006, an itinerate evangelist held a series of large rallies in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia to share the Gospel. At that time, I was Managing Director of Eagle Television in Mongolia. We decided not to take part in promoting or reporting on the event because I believed the evangelist taught elements of Prosperity doctrine. Thousands of people came to the events, … Learn More

You can never make a good deal with a bad person and you can never make a bad deal with a good person

One of our board members of Eagle TV in Mongolia was Roger Stewart, who used to say this to me all the time, “Tom, you can never make a good deal with a bad person and you can never make a bad deal with a good person.”  It was 2004 and I was living in Mongolia. I was engaged in … Learn More

Looking For Your Bible in a Toilet

Here’s an oldie from 2008, ten years ago, but still relevant today. Where did you get your Bible? I’m sitting in my home office, my desk covered with four different Bibles used during my weekly work-at-home day of Bible study development. One of these Bible’s is my wife’s old hardback NIV that the publisher released with the cover mistakenly printed … Learn More

Eagle News Has Lost It’s Way

This will be my last word on the controversy regarding Eagle TV’s abandonment of neutrality and fairness in its political reporting. Eagle news өөрийн замаа алджээ. Гэхдээ найдвар байна.  I have been reminded that most TV stations in Mongolia report with great bias. But I am not concerned with most stations. I am only concerned with Eagle News. I was … Learn More

Is Christianity Reaching Majority Status In Mongolia?

A recent news story out of Mongolia claims that Mongolian Christianity may have reached, or is reaching majority status in the capital of Ulaanbaatar, compared to the growth of Buddhism, shamanism, and other traditional beliefs. The conclusion of the article is at best misleading and I have to wonder why it was written the way it was. The article notes … Learn More