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Abandonment. This word means something truly unique to Saule. Her parents gave her up when she was born, and she ended up in terrible hands.
Over 300,000 people don’t have access to the Gospel in the Issyk Kul region of Kyrgyzstan. But, all that’s about to change.
What could change the entire belief system of hundreds of thousands all at once? What could make someone who has already chosen to die, choose to live?
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.
Two men had an ambitious goal to take the Gospel to the outer reaches of the orient. Their plans were thwarted, changed and delayed, yet they never gave up…
The President of CBS Studio Center in Southern California, shares his passion for giving people the precious gift of the Gospel through FEBC.
President Ed Cannon shares one of the most powerful experiences he has had this year while visiting a cashew farmer in Southeast Asia.
Lida’s husband betrayed her by becoming involved with Lida’s own mother, forcing Lida to leave home with nothing but the clothes on her back. Desperate and alone she wandered from village to village, unsure of where to turn.