Please cover the world in prayer as countries continue to weather the challenges that the coronavirus has inflicted physically, spiritually, and financially.
Listeners in Cambodia shared that FEBC programs offer them peace in Christ on a daily basis, while others shared that programs helped change their family life for the better.
In Malawi, FEBC broadcasts have helped to transform the hearts of Yao Muslims.
Ed shares a story from Russia about Eugene—a fearlessly dedicated FEBC broadcaster with over 7 million followers on social media. Despite his on-air popularity, he lives a humble life with his family in a tiny WWII-era apartment, where his family has to eat in shifts because they don’t even have enough silverware to eat all together.
Director of FEBC Russia and Ukraine, Victor Akhterov, joins the podcast to talk about what it was like growing up as a Christian in Communist Ukraine. He details his father’s experience of persecution, and the sacrifice it takes to serve Jesus in a Soviet regime.
Please pray for the unreached people groups who reside in remote mountainous areas throughout Southeast Asia.
Today, pray for our FEBC team that serves in Hong Kong to experience this peace amidst the current turmoil unfolding in this city.
In Japan, FEBC broadcasts programs for 75 minutes every evening, which are also available online.
Pray for the people of North Korea who live under authoritative rule, isolated from the rest of the world.
Please pray for a Christian Rehab Center in Slavyansk, Ukraine.