The cooler rainy months have seen a spike in Coronavirus infections in the Kingdom of Cambodia. But COVID will not stop the advancement of the Kingdom of God. FEBC Cambodia (Voice of Love) has continued to bring the hope of Christ to its people through Krusa (Family) FM, shortwave radio, social and digital media. Volunteer Mr. Yame Rin has been faithfully distributing solar radios in Mercy village. The villagers are happy to listen to praise and worship songs as they go about their recycling, construction, and other manual work.
Though face-to-face schools are closed because of the pandemic, staff from Cambodia Community Bible Institute are teaching through radio programs and audio lesson SD cards. One church planter in a rural region was elated to get these resources for a new class he just started in his church. We also started six new classes in Kampong Thom, Preah Vihear, Udon Meanchey, Siem Reap, and Banteay Mancheay. Along with our existing 17 classes in Kampong Speu, Kampong Chang, Takeo, Pursat, Battambang, and Pailin, the classes have impacted 200 students. 80 students just graduated! God and His purposes will reign, COVID or no COVID!
Life-Changing Testimonies from FEBC Cambodia Listeners
“Just two hours of shortwave radio has brought me joy and ‘familyship’ as a blind man. May God bless radio to be the hope for the hopeless.” – Listener Kim Khen
“When I face problems, I sometimes want to deny Jesus. But FEBC Cambodia’s speaker shared practical tips with me when I shared my burdens. Now I have turned back to God.”
“I started life in a Buddhist family who persecuted other Christians. We did not like those who told us about Jesus Christ. Yet God in His mercy sent faithful believers to share the gospel of hope. Now the whole family has chosen to accept Christ. I am not ashamed to tell others about my faith and thank God for giving me a testimony to share on Krusa FM radio.” – famous Cambodian singer KHEM
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