In Indonesia, children are increasingly getting addicted to online digital media. But FEBC Indonesia is bucking the trend by teaching children in schools, churches and orphanages to spend time with God in His Word and prayer. And they are raising up children to encourage other children!
One of FEBC’s strengths is having locals share the Gospel to locals in their heart language. For the ethnic people groups in the hills of Southeast Asia, this can be a stretch of faith. But God is exalting the humble and giving the increase.
“I trusted that man who showed compassion and promised me a bright future and good salaried job.” Saachi* shared about her trafficker. How did FEBC’s radio program save the mother of two from a lifetime of sex slavery?
For decades, the Pokomo and Ormas have been fighting for the use of the Tana river in the Tana River County, Kenya. Hate speech, fear and violent killings turned the river of life into a river of death. Then peacemakers stepped in.