Here’s our monthly listener story, this time from a woman in China.
Archives for February 2017
In January, our team in Cambodia went to two villages in the Koh-Kong province in southwest Cambodia to distribute speaker boxes, which are also called VLM or Voice of Love Mobile.
In January, FEBC USA launched Project Toktogul, featuring a 3-part video series on the launch of FEBC’s newest station in Toktogul, Kyrgyzstan.
Last month we shared the news that 4 staff members were traveling to a remote part of Thailand to distribute 810 new radios. After a 5-day journey to two different provinces, the team made it back safely after distributing the 810 AM/FM radios to grateful villagers.
Recently, officials caught several Karakalpak Christians worshipping the Lord in a place not authorized for religious gatherings.
Cai* lives in a small village located near the Vietnam border with Southern China. He recently shared the remarkable story of how the Gospel first came to his village.
In the isolated villages of Southeast Asia, people like the Khmu rely on radios to hear the Gospel message. One of our Khmu broadcasters, Kye*, prepares radio broadcasts and then sends them to the Philippines to be broadcast to his people in Southeast Asia.
Here’s our monthly testimony, this time from India.
On January 16th, FEBC held its second annual Day of Prayer.
In a country in Southeast Asia, 4 staff members are currently traveling 10-11 hours to a remote region of the country, in order to distribute 810 new radios to a province hit hard by recent floods.