Here’s our monthly testimony, this time from a man in India
Archives for March 2017
Our annual International Council conference is being held this month in Korea.
A new program in the Philippines called “Serving the Overseas Filipino Workers” has been created to minister to the millions of Filipinos who work in other countries and send money home to their families.
In Thailand, radio distribution has continued in 4 provinces, so far totaling 1,020 radios distributed in 2017.
Earlier this year, we launched a brand new station in Odessa, Ukraine, with a potential listening audience of 1.2 million people.
FEBC broadcasters bring something real to this city—something the people of Odessa desperately need.
Annisa* was upset. Her husband was gathering the children again to listen to a radio program she hated. She was a Muslim, and she hated the idea of her children listening to what she considered heresy.
When he was 16, Teekyanayak developed a breathing problem. The doctor told him that he would only live for 1 more month. Shortly after hearing this devastating news, his father died.
Venugopal was born into a Hindu family in the south of India. In the Hindu faith, believers worship over 3 million different gods. But for Venugopal, he was tired of these millions of gods, because none of them were bringing him peace.
“Feeling so lonely, I decided to kill myself. One day while my wife was at work, and my children were away at school, I readied myself to do the unthinkable…”