Around the world, persecution against Christians is increasing. Attacks are more frequent and more violent than ever. For FEBC, this brings both challenge and opportunity. In persecuted countries, with no churches or pastors, FEBC broadcasts are often the only source of spiritual nourishment. The cost of faith has never been higher and because of your partnership we continue to cross borders with the Good News.


 
 

Meet Mr H

Mr H later escaped to another region and today he’s a farmer and a pastor, and FEBC programs continue to encourage him as he shares the Gospel with the people around him.

I lost my arm because I chose Jesus.

After being given an FEBC radio by a Christian friend, Mr H discovered the treasure of knowing Jesus Christ and became a Christian.

When this became known to others, Mr H was attacked by a group of policeman with machetes and lost his right arm.

To read the full story click here
 
 
“The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, and your Christian radio programs are like the map guiding the lost to where the treasure is buried.”Mr H
 

As persecution rises, so do the needs of the persecuted church.

Join us to bring hope and encouragement to our brothers and sisters in Christ by donating today.

Any amount God lays on your heart will make a difference.

Please note: Donations supporting persecuted Christians are non tax-deductible.

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