Kyrgyzstan made international headlines earlier this month. Thousands of anti-government protestors and vigilante groups stormed the main political building on 6 October, in response to what many believe was a rigged election. Hours later the parliament voted to annul the recent election results and an interim prime minister was appointed until new elections can be
“My name is Rev. Ofanly Yakob. I started listening to Radio YASKI (FEBC Indonesia) when I was in middle school, during the year of 1996. At the time I drank heavily. But because of God’s help, through YASKI’s radio programs, my faith was strengthened. After I started listening to the programs on a regular basis,
Kairat, is a 38-year-old Muslim man living in Central Asia. He recently sent us an email after hearing one of our radio programs for the first time. “I have a good business and a good family. But your broadcast opened my eyes to my problem. I grew up in a poor family. My father was
In the month of January, Radio Liangyou (FEBC Chinese Ministries) aired a live broadcast to pray for the people in Wuhan, and Hubei province where the coronavirus outbreak occurred. Currently, our staff in China mostly work from home, only 25% are in the office in order to limit contact with coronavirus carriers. There is a
Christianity in Japan is overshadowed by a long and bloody history of persecution and martyrdom. Tens of thousands of Japanese Christians were murdered during horrific acts of torture by the authorities, after the Tokugawa Shogunate government banned Christianity in the early 1600s. Although Christians in Japan don’t face this same kind of brutal persecution today,
“Behold, I am with you and will keep you wherever you go, and will bring you back to this land. For I will not leave you until I have done what I have promised you.” – Genesis 28:15. Since January, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected 212 countries, with Cambodia being one of the countries affected.
No meaningful answers could be offered when COVID-19 struck Russia in 2020. Atheism that dominates a large portion of the populations’ ideals, provided no hope for the people who had lost their sense of personal safety and security amidst the economic and health crises. At the height of the crisis large numbers of Russians began