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February 7, 2018
In times of natural disasters, people want to know what they should do and where to get help. Most turn to the radio to get information they need to keep themselves and their loved ones alive. First Response Radio, of which FEBC is a member, does just that. Pray for the First Response teams that have been trained and ready to travel to a disaster site, where they establish a temporary radio station, distribute radios, and provide life-saving information.
WHO IS FEBC?
Our Mission: We communicate the Good News among the nations by media to inspire people to follow Jesus Christ.
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A 73-year legacy of sharing Christ with the world. These are just some of the everlasting stories that our supporters are a part of:
Why I sold my chicken for this radio
My husband paid the ultimate price for his faith
It was a new beginning for my family
With 842 hours of programming a day, 365 days a year; 3 billion people are within reach of FEBC broadcasts. And we know listeners are tuning in because of the 2.6 million text messages, emails, phone calls, letters, and visits we received from our listeners last year alone.
At age 20 I was stolen into marriage
Often we had to run for our lives
How I came to believe in God
These are the types of projects our supporters help make happen:
Watch this video as Rudi and Janysh race against winter, cross treacherous mountain passes and climb freezing cold towers – all to get the Gospel to a remote village for the very first time!
It’s October 15, 2016 and the first snow is starting to fall in Kyrgyzstan. Rudi and Janysh, FEBC staff, are in a race against time.
Their journey will take them 6 hours to drive and requires crossing two treacherous mountain passes in order to reach Toktogul, Kyrgyzstan where FEBC plans to establish the first Christian radio station to over 200,000 people.
Any winter storm or delay could mean the people of Toktogul will have to wait another 6 months to hear the Gospel…
107 languages on 149 stations, produced by local indigenous programmers
FEBC broadcasts are heard in 107 languages and 49 countries around the world aired from 149 stations and transmitters, totaling 842 hours of programming a day/365 days a year.
One Message: The Gospel of Jesus Christ
The challenge in today’s turbulent world is not only to proclaim the Gospel, but to proclaim it boldly – even in the face of persecution. For the people of FEBC, that means being brave in places where sharing God’s Word might cause you to be shunned – or get you killed.
History is filled with the names of those who tried – and failed. So we will do His will. What we will not do is lead people astray, into shallow faith. At FEBC it’s our duty to provide them with a spiritual map that guides them on the road to salvation.
That road extends all over the world. From the turbulence of the Arab Spring to war in the Ukraine and upheaval in Africa, great change is underway. In such times, people need the steady truth and strength of the Gospel.
This is a unique moment in time. The window of opportunity may not remain open, but at FEBC we are committed to seizing the moment, boldly marshaling all our resources for God.