“I became a Christian in 2010. Since then, FEBC’s programs have stood by me all along. Their messages have led me through different stages of life and supplied my needs…”
We’re excited to announce that FEBC has partnered with several prominent Christian recording artists who will be telling thousands about the inspiring testimonies and life-changing stories from our listeners.
In Tacloban, Philippines, an area that has been hit hard by storms and flooding in recent years, a new radio station is set to launch later this month on 97.5 FM.
An urgent appeal for prayer has come to us from our director in Pakistan. He has told us persecution of Christians in his country continues to grow, especially after several events that have recently been in the news.
In Mongolia, we recently received a story from a taxi driver, who started to listen to FEBC while he worked. Eventually, he felt he couldn’t be quiet anymore and became a volunteer broadcaster.
We’re encouraged every day by the stories we hear from our listeners. Here’s this month’s inspiring audio testimony from Antonina in Moscow.
In the Central Asian countries of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, we receive many stories from women who face abuse, betrayal and heartbreak. But through FEBC programs, many find redemption and the peace that comes from relinquishing control to God. Here are 3 of their stories.
We’re encouraged every day by the stories we hear from our listeners. Here’s this month’s inspiring audio testimony from a man in India.
In February, over 450 radios were distributed in 6 villages in a province in the center of Cambodia.
Here’s an inspiring testimony from a North Korean listener who escaped from the country and shared how he came to faith in Jesus Christ.
On February 27th, Billy Kim, chairman of FEBC South Korea received the National Religious Broadcaster’s most prestigious award during their yearly convention.
Along with the new evangelism center we raised funds for in February, there are now plans in Ukraine to establish two new radio stations in the cities of Mariinka and Pokrovsk by the end of the year. Both stations are located near Donetsk, one of the areas...
In Central Asia, nationalities are scattered across borders through natural, and also forced migrations during the Soviet years. As a result, many ethnic language programs in this region of the world do not just serve one country, but many. This is the...
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