Khmu Listener Stories

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Over 100 Khmu children gathered for a Christian youth camp put on by FEBC staff last year in Thailand, where broadcaster Samuel* encountered two young listeners with extraordinary stories.   The Khmu are a small ethnic minority of just under 900,000 people living throughout the highlands of southeast Asia. Over 70,000 Khmu are Christians and most are listeners of FEBC …

A Time to Serve and Speak (Ep. 178)

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Every day our news feeds are filled with horrific headlines from around the world. It’s hard to keep from getting sucked into despair. In these hard times, we all need some encouragement to stay on track. In this episode Ed and Wayne open the word for clear direction from the apostle Peter to a first-century church facing dark times. You’ll …

Global Impact Report – 2023

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As 2023 comes to a close, we’re encouraged by the many ways we see the Lord moving within the ministry of FEBC. Here are some of the many things accomplished through FEBC last year: OVERALL IMPACT 2.9 million traditional responses from listeners (calls, text, letters, emails, visits) 19 million online streaming listeners 556,000+ increase in total podcast audience subscribers  80,000+ …

A Life Saved in Kyrgyzstan

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In Kyrgyzstan, a young woman named Ainura recently called FEBC’s radio station deeply concerned about her daughter. Ainura said her daughter Rayana was extremely depressed, battling suicidal thoughts. FEBC’s broadcasters shared advice over the air, but then went a step further.   Soon after the call, the FEBC broadcasters met with Ainura and her daughter Rayana in-person to pray, give further counseling, …

How to Pray for Ukraine (November, 2023)

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FEBC broadcasters and staff are spread out across Ukraine. Some have returned to larger cities, but all are enduring much for the sake of the Gospel.  Many of our male broadcasters have been called to serve in the military, and several are stationed around the country on the frontlines as chaplains. They are separated from their families and only have sporadic …

Cassim’s Hope After a Lifetime of Suffering

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One day as a young boy in Mozambique, Cassim Sande was accidentally left unattended by his mother near the charcoal fire they used for cooking.   Cassim wandered too close. When his mother found him lying next to the fire, she thought he was dead. Cassim sustained such severe burns to both of his legs, the doctors decided to amputate. Sadly, …

Reaching Remote Hmong Villages

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High up in the mountains of Thailand sit isolated Hmong tribes. They number around four to five million people, but most are scattered across small villages in Southeast Asia and China. Dirt roads connect small modest homes and businesses. Chickens and dogs roam around the villages, and mothers, often with young children strapped to their backs, tend gardens and sell …

Escaping North Korea

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You’ve seen the headlines and heard the name of the North Korea regime many times before. But what doesn’t often make the news, is how people can only hear the Gospel by listening secretly.  Gospel broadcasts from FEBC are trickling into regions of North Korea. Just a few years ago, FEBC South Korea launched a new station with the specific …

New Stories from FEBC Ukraine’s Counseling Center

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Konstantin’s Story Konstantin hadn’t slept for days after hearing the news. He picked up his phone and saw the numbers of all the people he’d tried to reach. No one had picked up. The distant sounds of war reached his ears as he dialed one last number…FEBC Ukraine’s helpline.  The line answered. Konstantin began to speak. “A few days ago, …