In the city of Nikolaevka, 5 hours south of Kiev, FEBC just launched our 5th radio station in the country on FM 101.7, in a town where no radio stations previously existed.
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.
We recently received some very encouraging news from Ukraine. Here’s Victor Akhterov, Director of FEBC Ukraine.
It was a surreal moment as we stood there in this church, with people talking happily around us and music playing in the background, all the while this woman poured out her story of how she had tried to kill herself…
It’s been a year and a half since her husband and three other FEBC volunteers were first abducted and then killed by pro-Russian separatists for their faith. Yet despite this, Natalia is still living in Slavyansk and is now ministering to refugees and others that have been affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
In May of 2014, explosions rocked the hillside where our radio tower stood in the city of Slavyansk, Eastern Ukraine. But today, FEBC is part of the healing process in Ukraine.
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!
With 2014 coming to an end, we’ve seen God work in incredible ways. Our God is great and in control—a fact he has demonstrated this year in both our successes and setbacks. In places where Christianity barely existed, first generation churches are springing up everywhere. You helped raise over $69,000 to bring FEBC radio […]
Dasha’s dream is to tell others about Jesus Christ, and it’s what she does every day on FEBC’s radio programs in Russia. Broadcasting from Moscow, Dasha is touching a nation struggling with alcoholism, millions of orphaned children, and the largest number of abortions in the world. But Dasha’s messages of love and hope reach even further […]