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.
2022 was a bumper year for FEBC’s Ethnic Ministries. Its New Media platforms gained 260,000 followers and 2,268 people received Jesus and were baptised! But it’s not all about numbers. Lives, like Mr. Toua Tang’s have been transformed.
Mon, Pale, Kim Mun, Mien, Nahom, Hmong, Lahu. It doesn’t matter how small the ethnic group or how remote. Jesus sees each one, values each one and wants to reach each one. And FEBC is doing that – letting them hear the Good News of Jesus in their heart languages.
Without their own country, the Hmong, like many other ethnic minority groups, are living difficult lives, often without a home. But with your partnership, FEBC is bringing hope to the unreached, persecuted and marginalised people groups living in remote highland locations. As FEBC shortwave and …