New President of FEBC-U.S. On March 1, 2012, Ed Cannon assumed the position of President and CEO of FEBC-US, responding to God’s call to lead FEBC.
Praise God that your generosity restored Saturday broadcasts on Family FM in Cambodia. With the potential of reaching half the population of the country (nearly 7 million people) and broadcasting for 16.5 hours each day, Family FM improves the quality of life for the Cambodian people not only through the message of the Gospel, but also through our marriage and family seminars, radio distribution, and community outreach projects.
Transmitters from Saipan were shipped to our shortwave facilities in Iba and Bocaue, Philippines, extending our reach and increasing the power of our 2 shortwave transmitters that provide broadcasts in 70 languages, mostly ethnic, to listeners throughout Asia. The new transmitters became operational on March 25, 2012.
Three new, low-power, high-impact FM stations are now reaching more people of Mongolia with the love of Christ.
In a closed country, considered by many as the world’s largest mission field, FEBC uses new radio-like technology to share the Gospel where traditional missionaries are forbidden. In partnership with underground churches, FEBC harnesses the power of cell phone chips to provide more than 32 hours of Biblical programming on each chip or card. Thank you for your partnership in bringing hope and light to a country where only 2% of the population know Christ.
Without radios many poor and remote listeners have no way to tune into our Gospel broadcasts. Through your generosity, FEBC distributed thousands of radios where the need was greatest. But with so many of ministry fields requesting radios, our fund is now depleted. If you’d like to know more about our radio distribution program, please visit www.febc.org/radio