Pray for Alexandr and Nadia (3-27-2022)

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Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting FEBC Ukraine staff members, detailing how you can support them through prayer. Today we invite you to pray for for Alexandr and Nadia Pastushak. Alexander and Nadia often minister at FEBC Ukraine as a team. They host the Family Bible Hour program together and they both serve as counselors on FEBC’s …

Pray for Iryna (3-23-2022)

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Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting a new FEBC Ukraine staff member, detailing how you can support them through prayer. Please join us in praying for Iryna Korolenko over the next several days. Iryna is a vital part of the FEBC-Ukraine team, managing counselors and volunteers, hosting a program to encourage teenagers, and providing strategic leadership on …

Pray for Eduard (3-21-2022)

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Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting a new FEBC Ukraine staff member, detailing how you can support them through prayer. Pray today for Eduard Kurylenko, who is the director of FEBC Ukraine. Eduard was a volunteer with the ministry for several years before officially joining the team and eventually becoming the field director. His father, Viktor, was …

Ukrainian Prayer for Peace

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE to churches and Christians everywhere … please USE and SHARE this call to prayer this week. “Let’s pray, dear friends. Dear Heavenly father, we ask you for your peace for Ukraine. Without you, we cannot win this war…” As the siege on major cities in Ukraine continues, over 660,000 have evacuated the country, and millions are hunkered …

Urgent Call to Prayer from Ukrainian Pastor

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 In this two-minute video from Ukraine, Rev. Sergey Nakul, a local pastor in Kyiv and Gospel radio broadcaster, urges Christians everywhere to pray. On the morning of the invasion, he awoke at 5:00 a.m. to the sounds of sirens, and bombs exploding in his city. A coordinated global prayer effort for Ukraine is now underway. Churches everywhere are praying …

Restoring Broken Hearts in Cambodia

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FEBC began broadcasting the Gospel to Cambodia by shortwave in 1953. Years later, during the Vietnam War, life became so dangerous in Cambodia that FEBC broadcasters fled to the Philippines where they continued to produce programs. Later, in 1995, the Cambodian government allowed national broadcasters to return and establish FEBC’s first studio in the capital of Phnom Penh. By 2002, …

What if Russia Attacks?

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 No one understands the implications of a Russian invasion better than the people of eastern Ukraine who survived the last incursion in 2014. Over 14,000 people lost their lives in that conflict. Now with troops amassed on the Eastern border of Ukraine, it appears Russia may soon invade Ukraine once again. Global tensions are high. War may be imminent. …

Who Are the Unreached?

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Some of us might consider our unbelieving neighbor or co-worker as unreached and in need of hearing the Gospel. And they are! But in global missions, the word “unreached” refers specifically to people groups who have little or no Gospel knowledge available in their own language. As a result, they are unlikely to hear about Jesus unless someone outside their …

Breaking News out of Kazakhstan!

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Breaking news out of Kazakhstan this week has drawn the world’s attention. What started as massive protests turned violent, resulting in burned out government buildings and a request for Russia to send troops to quell the uprising. Violence has only escalated since then. Because FEBC Kazakhstan has a ministry presence in the largest city, Almaty, we asked our team to …