Peace for Russia and Ukraine
Pray for Peace in Russia & Ukraine
FEBC’s radio ministries to Ukraine have been hard-hit by the fight for control over the country. Our radio station in Slavyansk and Kramatorsk has been completely destroyed by missile fire, and four FEBC volunteers were beaten to death because of their faith. While Russia and Ukraine vie for Eastern Ukraine, FEBC’s ministries in Russia and Ukraine are still united in their purpose: to spread the Gospel to Russians and Ukrainians alike.
Your support for these ministries has allowed us to share Christ’s message of love and hope to two nations which are in desperate need of it.
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Stories & Updates
We’re encouraged every day by the stories we hear from our listeners. Here’s this month’s inspiring audio testimony from Yuri in Russia.
We’re encouraged every day by the stories we hear from our listeners. Here’s this month’s inspiring audio testimony from Antonina in Moscow.
Along with the new evangelism center we raised funds for in February, there are now plans in Ukraine to establish two new radio stations in the cities of Mariinka and Pokrovsk by the end of the year. Both stations are located near Donetsk, one of the areas...
Pray for the three brand-new stations in Ukraine—a critical foothold to bring hope to millions of war-torn people, as well as opportunities for further expansion of Gospel programming. In the capital of Kiev, work is underway to create a new...
In the city of Nikolaevka, 5 hours south of Kiev, FEBC just launched our 5th radio station in the country on FM 101.7, in a town where no radio stations previously existed.
Earlier this year, we launched a brand new station in Odessa, Ukraine, with a potential listening audience of 1.2 million people.
FEBC broadcasters bring something real to this city—something the people of Odessa desperately need.
Every Tuesday in a small studio in Moscow, Oleg sits down with 3 non-Christian students to read the Bible and talk about their reactions on air. How this program got started is quite a story.
“…But, that same evening the phone rang, and on the other end of the line was someone I hadn’t heard from in 10 years…my dad.”
We recently received some very encouraging news from Ukraine. Here’s Victor Akhterov, Director of FEBC Ukraine.
On July 7, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law highly controversial legislation aimed at terrorism and extremism. However, part of the law harshly restricts missionary activity, which is very distressing news to Russian evangelicals.
Living deep in Siberia, Pastor Vladislav sees how hopeless and desperate the young men are for the Good News. “The men and women of Siberia are dying without Christ, but we can give them hope,” he said.
Friends, as of April 16th, we are off the air in Moscow and St. Petersburg, two of the most important cities in all of Russia. But despite this, we’re not as discouraged as you might think…
I am writing to share an urgent prayer request. We just received shocking news from the Russian government…
Here’s our monthly testimony, this time from a woman in Russia…
It was a surreal moment as we stood there in this church, with people talking happily around us and music playing in the background, all the while this woman poured out her story of how she had tried to kill herself…
It’s been a year and a half since her husband and three other FEBC volunteers were first abducted and then killed by pro-Russian separatists for their faith. Yet despite this, Natalia is still living in Slavyansk and is now ministering to refugees and others that have been affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
In May of 2014, explosions rocked the hillside where our radio tower stood in the city of Slavyansk, Eastern Ukraine. But today, FEBC is part of the healing process in Ukraine.
Our goal is to share the news of Russia’s abandoned children with 100,000 more listeners. Every $1 raised shares the Russian Orphan Crisis with 2 Christian Families in Russia, urging them to commit to adopting or fostering a child.
In the third grade, Masha’s mother lost custody of her children, and Masha and her sister ended up in an orphanage. All of a sudden they were abandoned and alone. One day, a man came to the orphanage and told the orphans they had a heavenly Father who loved them…
The orphanage system in Russia is broken. Of the children who leave Russian orphanages: 40% go into drug addiction, 40% go into prison, and 10% commit suicide. Yet, Christians in Russia are helping to change these statistics.
Shocking truth: today there are more orphans on the streets of Russia than there were after WWII.
With help of FEBC supporters in the US and around the world, partner ministries such as Guidelines International Ministries, and local Christians in Eastern Ukraine, our station in Slavyansk has been repaired, allowing 24/7 broadcasting to resume in this troubled region!
[youtube id="ULeKuts4Od8"] With 2014 coming to an end, we’ve seen God work in incredible ways. Our God is great and in control—a fact he has demonstrated this year in both our successes and setbacks. In places where Christianity barely existed, first generation...
Dasha’s dream is to tell others about Jesus Christ, and it’s what she does every day on FEBC’s radio programs in Russia. Broadcasting from Moscow, Dasha is touching a nation struggling with alcoholism, millions of orphaned children, and the...
As the tension in the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to rise, are you struggling to understand the two countries? Take a look at this infographic on Ukraine, and how you can pray for the country. Share This Resource To embed this infographic on your own...
As the tension in the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to rise, are you struggling to understand the two countries? Take a look at this infographic on Russia, and how you can pray the the country.
This year, you’ve helped us reach people with the Gospel all over the world. Watch this video to see what God has done through your partnership with FEBC.
Reports from Eastern Ukraine indicate that pro-Russian separatists in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk have voted for independence from Ukraine.
U.S. sanctions imposed on key Russian officials and companies in effort to “change Moscow’s behavior” in Ukraine. Gas disputes between Gazprom and Ukraine may result in a court proceeding. Hostages held by Pro-Russian activists in Sloviansk.
Ukraine launches military action against Pro-Russian forces occupying government buildings and facilities. Read an update on the details of that event, as well as a brief recap on the events leading to it.
Read about the latest circumstances in Ukraine, and pray for peace for the country in turmoil.
An announcement earlier this month revealed that February’s sniper killings in Kiev were ordered by then-President Viktor Yanukovych. During that time, over 100 protesters were shot and killed by riot police. Between 30,000 and 80,000 Russian troops are now stationed...
FEBC-Russian Ministries weekly program “Shalom” reaches 1 to 3 million Russian speaking Jews.
Drug abuse is one of the deepest social issues in Russia. Many drug addicts have died as a result. Read a mother’s story of hope, recovery, and a life in Jesus.
Amidst tensions in the Ukraine, people are finding hope through FEBC broadcasts and guidance from Scripture on how to react in the current situation.
Last night, over a million Ukrainians were on the streets, protesting the government’s decision to postpone the beginning of the integration process with the European Union. Government forces were brutal in their efforts to disperse the crowd. Two weeks ago I spent...
Our radios have been a huge success in bringing the Gospel to closed countries, but many villages are still in desperate need. Read about how you can help.
Victor Akhterov, Director of the Russian Ministries Department, shares stories of FEBC’s work in Russia, and the changed lives he has witnessed.
Read about FEBC’s beginnings in Central Asia, and the testimony of Rudi Wiens, the FEBC Regional Coordinator, EURASIA.
A video documenting the current state of moral and spiritual depravity in Russia, and how FEBC is reaching this naiton with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
President Ed Cannon discusses in this video what Russian Christians are doing about the orphan crisis in Russia
FEBC-Russia has just launched a new radio station and began broadcasting for the first time to the community of Norilsk in northern Siberia
Video log #2 of President Ed Cannon's trip to Russia
Video log #1 of President Ed Cannon's trip to Russia
One day when Alexei was stuck in traffic he accidentally stumbled upon our radio station. We were broadcasting a dramatization of Saul’s life, including how he became a man of God. "It was interesting that he considered himself a believer before he actually committed...
19 year old Alla, shares of God’s redemption in her life while dealing with physical abuse.
In the hopelessness of drug addiction and sin, a listener finds the grace of God when she tunes in to our online broadcast.
“My name is PK and I’m 70 years old. I want to thank you for the radio you gave me. I’m very thankful I can now listen to God’s Word every day…”
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