The Hardest to Reach
2.7 billion people have never heard of Jesus. With a reach of 3 billion people daily in 100 languages and 40 countries, FEBC is closing the gap by taking the Gospel to some of the hardest to reach, like this isolated Hmong people group:
Who Are the “Hardest to Reach”?
- People groups that occupy the inaccessible mountain regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar & Thailand
- Some of the most religiously intolerant nations in the world, where the persecution of Christians is often severe
- Most people groups are made up of famers who live in poverty and remain untouched by globalization & technology
- In just one people group, the Hmong, 9 million still remain unreached.
How Does FEBC Share the Gospel with the Hardest to Reach?
We must be able to broadcast the Gospel into these Hardest to Reach areas. Because of friends like you, our transmitters are sharing the truth over the airwaves every day.
We must be able to broadcast in the native “heart” languages of those in our broadcast regions. Your help allows us to train indigenous translators and develop local programming.
3. Giving Radios
We cannot share the Gospel with those who do not have radios in these remote locations.