We communicate the Good News among the nations by media
to inspire people to follow Jesus Christ.
2 MILLION RESPONSES TO THE GOSPEL
Two Million Responses.
FEBC broadcasts are heard in 100 languages and 48 countries around the world aired from 148 stations and transmitters, totaling 770 hours of programming a day/365 days a year. But numbers only tell part of the story. Far more important are the lives impacted by our global radio network that shares the Good News of Jesus Christ with a potential listening audience of 3 billion people. We know listeners are tuning in, because of the many text messages, emails, phone calls, letters and visits we receive. Last year alone, we heard from over 2 million listeners, many of whom attest to changed lives. The common thread running through these responses is hope found in Christ, a hope that is transforming lives. And these numbers don’t even include the tens of thousands of listeners who respond through our website and Social Media.
For 70 years we’ve been committed to one thing:
Sharing Christ with the world.
For many, FEBC broadcasts are their first and only exposure to the hope of Jesus Christ. For others who don’t own a Bible, it’s the only way to grow in their faith.
Be inspired by the testimonies of faith that we receive each day. With your support, we are opening hearts and changing lives in some of the most dark and desperate places around the world through our Christian radio stations and ministries. Their words speak to the results, far better than we ever could.
Reaching Ethnic People Groups
Committed to reaching the remote, FEBC has been training and using indigenous programmers for many years, for the purpose of reaching people in their native language. More than two thirds of FEBC’s total programming is delivered by nationals in 81 different ethnic languages. Regardless of the language, radio is an excellent way to reach people in almost any location or circumstance. It not only breaks the barrier of illiteracy for those who cannot read, it’s the perfect vehicle for those living in cultures and countries that oppose Christianity. While someone seeking to know more about Christ from a Buddhist or Muslim culture would be reluctant to open their door to a Christian, they would privately listen to a radio or Internet program in their quest for the truth.