Our annual International Council conference is being held this month in Korea.
On June 24th, 500 children from FEBC South Korea’s children’s choir performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City to celebrate FEBC Korea’s 60th anniversary.
One man’s radio broadcasts into North Korea are garnering increased recognition. Christian Today, an online Christian news source in the United States published an article concerning one of our broadcasters, Kim Chung-seong.
Christians have rallied together after the South Korean ferry tragedy to minister to the grieving families, as Christian students also arrived in the country to sing songs of hope.
Because of FEBC’s investment in powerful broadcasting towers, North Koreans are able to hear the Gospel because FEBC’s radio station is the clearest one.
The difference between North Korea and South Korea are night and day, especially their responses to Christianity.
FEBC’s David Kim shares stories on persecuted Christians in North Korea and the impact Korean believers had on a group of Syrian refugees in Jordan.
On May 26, 2012, FEBC officially launches a new radio station in Gwangju, the sixth largest city in South Korea.