Although the church in Nepal has been said to be one of the fastest growing in the world, more than 95 percent of the population - about 29 million people - have not heard the Good News about Jesus Christ.
To address the need, the Christian Broadcasting Network's WorldReach has started broadcasting two ministry programs in the mountainous Asian nation to help spread the Gospel.
The first program, "Happy World," is a Bible-based childrens' program that is culturally relevant to Nepal.
"I learned that I should obey my parents and help them when I can," said 12-year-old Shankar, who lives with his family in a small village just outside Nepal's capital city of Kathmandu. "I also learned to not fight with my friends or say bad things to them."
"I tell my friends about Happy World, because I want my friends to go to heaven with me. If they see the program, they can learn how to live with Jesus forever," he said.
The other program is a collection of testimonies called "New Life." In The 700 Club-style television show, adults tell of how God has changed their lives and circumstances through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
"The testimonies of people's lives have brought me closer to God," one viewer wrote.
Another viewer, Mosa, wrote, "I was changed after watching this program. I believe this program was made to make Jesus known to others. Many people like this program, and many have changed."
To find out more about CBN's WorldReach, visit their website.