Most Christians aren’t aware that more than 2 billion people have never heard about Jesus.
If they do know, they don’t know what to do about it. It’s overwhelming. Radio and media is one of the most effective ways to take the Good News to people in hardest-to-reach places.
The unreached include:
- People groups that occupy the inaccessible mountain regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar & Thailand – that’s why short-wave radio is still so important
- Some of the most religiously intolerant nations in the world, where the persecution of Christians is often severe – praise God for FEBC internet apps and church by radio
- Farmers who live in poverty and remain untouched by globalisation and technology
- The marginalised and forgotten: FEBC broadcasts into brothels to help women escape sex trafficking
- Helps people adopt institutionalised orphans in Russia
- Those in poverty: FEBC broadcasts education and training to empower individuals to set up business for economic choice
- The illiterate, the blind, the deaf. FEBC develops innovative ways to reach them. In Vietnam, despite serving in a restrictive country, FEBC uses TV Boxes to train church leaders in Bible studies, with children eager to watch animated Christian programs and with the deaf.