Updates from the Field
FEBA staff members have reported that a brand new church has been launched from one of the many listener clubs currently growing in Malawi.
On July 19th, 60 radios were distributed during FEBC President Ed Cannon’s recent visit to Cambodia with 3-time GRAMMY nominated band, The Nelons.
During a recent visit to Zomba, FEBA staff member, Amos, and his team conducted a baptism service for 21 new believers in the Malawian city.
When I was an unbeliever, I always felt I was not worth anything. I was not sent to school as a child and therefore I did not learn to read or write. I was lost with very low self-confidence.
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.
In July, FEBC President, Ed Cannon, visited South Korea and Cambodia with The Nelons, a three-time Grammy-nominated Christian group.
Recently, FEBC Thailand updated their new Android app to include radio programming in 16 ethnic languages. This advancement has been crucial for effectively sharing the gospel in countries like Thailand that are made up of numerous ethnic and regional dialects.
Staff members at FEBC Thailand recently shared the testimonies of two women who have been impacted by their radio ministry: Mrs. Pon and Mrs. Jintana.
The security threat surrounding FEBC’s radio station in Mozambique is worsening. Radical Islamist militias have continued their terror, killing numerous people over the past two weeks in villages right near the station.
…These were the opening words of FEBC’s first radio station when it launched on June 4, 1948, in Manila, Philippines…words that glorify Jesus. Since then, millions of lives have been transformed by FEBC’s gospel-centered broadcasts.
This month our FEBC team visited Cambodia and followed up with listeners in the Kampong Chhnang and Pursat Provinces. The team reported on the visit in a recent newsletter:
Please join us in specifically praying for FEBC’s stations in Indonesia and Mozambique as threats related to the radical Islamic State increases.
FEBC’s fourth station in Kyrgyzstan has officially been launched in the city of Talas, an important regional hub in the northwestern part of the country. The new station is set to reach a potential 250,000 people.
In Tacloban, Philippines, an area that has been hit hard by storms and flooding in recent years, a new radio station is set to launch later this month on 97.5 FM.
In the Central Asian countries of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, we receive many stories from women who face abuse, betrayal and heartbreak. But through FEBC programs, many find redemption and the peace that comes from relinquishing control to God. Here are 3 of their stories.
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