Impact Update – June 2021

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“Whoever has ears to hear, let them hear…” (Mark 4:9). Jesus often repeated this phrase at the end of His parables. Not everyone who heard Him understood His teaching—some had no desire to understand—but He invited them all the same. People whose hearts were open to the Good News of the Kingdom learned and listened. Seeds were planted and some …

Your Questions Answered by Ed Cannon

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Recently, FEBC recorded a livestream virtual event – Reaching the Unreached 2021. During the event we took a few minutes to answer questions submitted by a variety of friends and supporters of FEBC. They asked questions like: How is FEBC able to put Gospel content on the internet in places where Christianity is prohibited? What’s the status of the new …

The State of the Gospel in Japan

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As one of the most developed nations in the world, Japan is surprisingly unreached with the Gospel. Only 0.8% of the population are professing an evangelical Christian faith. This tiny number is declining as fewer young people are coming to faith in Christ. With every passing year, the average age of Christian believers is creeping higher. If this trend continues, …

What 6,000 Radios Look Like

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High up in the mountainous border regions of Thailand are some of the least-reached people groups in the world. Of the entire Thai population, 88% are still considered unreached (unlikely to hear the Gospel in their lifetime), while only 1% are Christian. Reached only by small dirt paths, barely wide enough for two lanes of foot traffic, reaching some of …

To Russia With Love

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When COVID-19 struck Russia in 2020, atheism offered no meaningful answers for a people who had lost their sense of personal safety and security amidst the economic and health crises. Searching for answers, large numbers of Russians began tuning their radios to faith-based programs. Many of them contacted FEBC Russia for the first time — a significant increase in call …

The Teaching that Doesn’t Lead to Death

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Mu-Ling was desperately seeking for truth. Like the rest of the Shan people—an ethnic group in northern Thailand and Myanmar—he was Buddhist and his home was filled with idols. Yet he knew there had to be more. In his own words, he was seeking “the teaching that doesn’t lead to death.” These are people who may live their entire lives …