With help of FEBC supporters in the US and around the world, partner ministries such as Guidelines International Ministries, and local Christians in Eastern Ukraine, our station in Slavyansk has been repaired, allowing 24/7 broadcasting to resume in this troubled region!
Archives for December 2014
The President of CBS Studio Center in Southern California, shares his passion for giving people the precious gift of the Gospel through FEBC.
President Ed Cannon shares one of the most powerful experiences he has had this year while visiting a cashew farmer in Southeast Asia.
In late November, Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim nation with over two-hundred and fifty million people, elected a Christian to hold the position of governor of Jakarta.
American Christian Kenneth Bae traveled to North Korea with the Evangelical Christian organization “Youth With a Mission.” Two years later, Bae was tearfully re-united with his family on an airport tarmac near Tacoma, Washington, after a long and painful ordeal.
Pastor Tandin Wangyal, in Bhutan, was sentenced to three years and eleven months in prison for sharing Christian materials without a permit, reports Open Doors.
Boko Haram has continued their assault in Northern Nigeria, and is now using women to carry out suicide bombings. The most recent attack on a market in Maiduguri, killed around fifty people, sparking outrage by locals in the area.
As the fight to contain Ebola continues, many Christian organizations are changing their tactics.
“In the midst or temptations and concerns, Jin lost her way with God once she started working. She got married, started a family, dealt with sickness and divorce before realizing her own weakness…”
Daiyu* is a listener from the Yunnan Province of China. Her life was at its most hopeless when she first tuned into FEBC’s LiangYou station in 2007 and her mind was overcome with suicidal thoughts on a daily basis. When Daiyu’s cousin heard of her situation, he travelled all the way from Shenzhen and brought a […]