FEBA RADIO SA ONDERSTEUN FEBA PAKISTAN MET MEDIESE UITREIK Op 20 Augustus vanjaar is ŉ 1-dag mediese uitreik in Gujranwala provinsie van Pakistan aangebied. Hierdie uitreik was daarop gemik om gesondheidbewustheid te kweek en gratis mediese sorg te bied aan die armes van die plaaslike gemeenskap en aan FEBA Pakistan se luisteraars in die omgewing.
'n Inspirerende verhaal vanuit China Een van ons buitelandse personeellede het onlangs vir ons ŉ inspirerende verhaal vertel van ŉ Chinese vriendin wat hy 27 jaar terug ontmoet het. “Ek het die werklike impak wat ons programme maak eers besef toe dit iemand na aan my geraak het. 27 jaar gelede het ŉ jong vrou,
SALADIN’s STORY Saladin is from Malawi in Africa, and had been a Muslim for over 38 years before becoming a Christian. Saladin held a number of positions in local Muslim leadership. He was the secretary of the Muslim council in the eastern region of Malawi, and also worked as the vice president of the Muslim
FEBA Radio Suid-Afrika is die nuwe eienaars van ŉ Christelike radiostasie in Mosambiek In Mosambiek is slegs 10% van die totale bevolking, van bykans 30 miljoen mense, Evangeliese Christene. Deur FEBA Malawi se bediening bereik ons die Yao-mensegroep wat in Mosambiek en Tanzanië woon, maar daar is nog steeds baie meer mense om te bereik.
#Pray For FEBC Cambodia DIRECTOR OF CAMBODIA IN THE U.S. RECEIVING MEDICAL CARE Sopheary Hem, director of FEBC Cambodia flew to Southern California to begin treatment for a problem affecting her kidneys. Upon being examined, the doctors put her on dialysis, as she was in critical condition. Sopheary is now in stable condition, but we
Listener Responses from India With over 1.2 billion people, India is home to the largest number of unreached people in the world (2201 unreached people groups). India is 80% Hindu, but still has the world’s third largest Muslim population after Indonesia and Pakistan. The radio ministry in India originated in the 1950’s. FEBA India can
How can they hear, if no one tells them? A listener from Thailand, Mrs. S*, who was imprisoned for undisclosed reasons, shares her testimony of how she came to know Christ; “Previously I have never thought or believed that there could be a God. I didn’t know what God was like, what He did or
Reaching the Khmu people In the isolated villages of Southeast Asia, ethnic groups like the Khmu, rely on radios to hear the Gospel message. The majority of the Khmu live in northern Laos where they constitute one of the largest minority ethnic groups, comprising 11% of the total population. These people are an agricultural society,
When disaster strikes there still is hope First Response Radio (FRR) is a network of radio broadcasters, NGOs and Government partners. Their members have been working in disaster areas since the Tsunami of 2004, providing critical information via radio, as aid. The goal is to set up a radio station for the affected community within
Faith comes by hearing Mr. P*, a farmer from Cambodia, believes in God since 2002. He describes his old self as aggressive and fierce, but when he heard the gospel and received Christ as his Saviour, he became a transformed man. “I’ve been listening to Family FM for over three years now and my favourite