4 out of 10 people in the world have little to no access to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to reach them. Here’s how.
PROCLAIMING THE GOSPEL BOLDLY
“One Message: The truth of salvation through Jesus Christ, proclaiming the Gospel boldly to the most unreached places of the earth. And that will never change.”
Edward W. Cannon, FEBC President & CEO
GROWING INDIGENOUS LEADERS
A core FEBC distinctive is to provide indigenous leadership in the countries where we broadcast, backed by culturally relevant programs that effectively share the Gospel in the “heart” language of different peoples.
We communicate the Good News among the nations … until every man, woman, and child has heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Stories From Around The World
Irina Korolenko, one of our FEBC broadcasters in Kiev, Ukraine, describes how Covid-19 has affected the country and what FEBC Ukraine is doing to respond to the crisis.
“It all started with my great, great, great-grandmother, who first tuned into FEBC’s Liangyou Radio in China 50 years ago. Later, after being called by God to become a pastor, my great-grandfather established the Christian faith in our family. ...
See the Impact
Lifting Them Up in Prayer
The persecuted believer, the unreached family, & the forgotten villages.
Calling all Prayer Warriors to partner with us in prayer.
Around the world, FEBC broadcasters are reaching out in dangerous conditions, facing persecution, and the Gospel is being shared with so many in need of God’s Word. Prayer warriors are needed who can lift up this work around the world.
For 75 years we’ve been committed to one thing:
Sharing Christ with the world.
FEBC broadcasts are heard in 124 languages and 50 countries around the world aired from 149 stations and transmitters, totaling 842 hours of programming a day/365 days a year. But numbers only tell part of the story. Far more important are the lives impacted by our global radio network that shares the Good News of Jesus Christ with a potential listening audience of 4 billion people. We know listeners are tuning in, because of the many text messages, emails, phone calls, letters and visits we receive. Last year alone, we received 7.4 million listener interactions and responses to the Gospel.