In September 2017, three FEBC Cambodia staff went to Pailin Province in Cambodia to 4 villages to distribute 124 gospel boxes.
A few days ago, over 150 radios were distributed in metro Manila and on the island of Negros in the Philippines by local staff. The radios were given out to people living in some of the most desperate areas of the Philippines.
On the small island of Bohol in the Philippines, a young high-schooler named Analyn* turned the dial of her transistor radio every night…
Lenda’s story is one of the most moving and powerful stories we’ve ever heard.
Cai* lives in a small village located near the Vietnam border with Southern China. He recently shared the remarkable story of how the Gospel first came to his village.
In the isolated villages of Southeast Asia, people like the Khmu rely on radios to hear the Gospel message. One of our Khmu broadcasters, Kye*, prepares radio broadcasts and then sends them to the Philippines to be broadcast to his people in Southeast Asia.
In a country in Southeast Asia, 4 staff members are currently traveling 10-11 hours to a remote region of the country, in order to distribute 810 new radios to a province hit hard by recent floods.
One young Burmese woman in the audience named *Beth asked several questions after the sermon and wanted to learn more, so she wrote Ed and told her story. Here’s what she said:
In November 2016, FEBC launched its first Mandarin-language broadcasts to Chinese listeners in the greater Los Angeles area on AM 900.
God is doing great things through the Bible Correspondence program in Thailand.