An FEBC Christmas in Mongolia and Japan

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FEBC’s teams in Mongolia and Japan worked particularly hard during this holiday season to spread the Word and love of Christ to their communities. Stations in both countries aired special programs, including music centered upon the true meaning of Christmas. FEBC Mongolia also distributed 150 gifts, especially warm clothing, to needy children in Ulaanbaatar. During the days leading up to …

First Response Radio Distributes 1,000 Solar Radios

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First Response Radio, a disaster response ministry FEBC partners with, helped distribute 1,000 solar radios in the disaster affected areas of Sulawesi, Indonesia. These radios provide access to vital resources for those recovering from the October earthquake and tsunami. A second round of radio distribution is scheduled with plans to distribute 10,000 radios. According to a Facebook post by First …

Stories of Lives Touched in Cambodia

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FEBC Cambodia recently shared two testimonies from listeners in the Kampong Thom and Takeo provinces. One shares how FEBC Cambodia’s programs changed her family’s life; the other, how FEBC Cambodia’s programs fuel his daily quiet time with the Lord and give him peace. C* is a young woman from the Takeo province. She has listened to Family Rado since she …

FEBC President visits South Korea and Cambodia with the Nelons

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In July, FEBC President, Ed Cannon, visited South Korea and Cambodia with The Nelons, a three-time Grammy-nominated Christian group. While there, The Nelons sang worship songs and worked alongside FEBC to distribute radios, seeing firsthand the mighty work that God is doing through FEBC’s ministry. In Cambodia, the Nelons visited Angkor Wat Temple City. A video that the band shared …

Floods Continue to Rise in Japan and Philippines

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FEBC staff in Japan have reported that they are safe despite widespread landslides and flooding resulting from some of the most devastating rainfall the country has ever seen. CNN reported that the country’s death toll reached 200 on July 12, which has prompted the UN to intervene. In the Philippines, similar water-related disasters are occurring as a result of tropical …