Too many people are still separated from the love and goodness of God.
From Africa to Asia untold people still live beyond the normal reach of Christians and the church. They have little or no opportunity to hear that there is a good and beautiful life for them with God. Learn why.
We communicate the Good News of God among the nations by media, inspiring people to follow Jesus Christ.
For men, women and children, our programmes are a lifeline in their own languages. Faith, Hope, and Love presented by local believers is life-changing.
Today, with your help, we can produce programmes in their languages so they can hear the Good News and believe. We can fund equipment and operational costs, sustain broadcasts to persecuted peoples, provide radios, and promote frequencies to new listeners.
OUR VISION – Christ to the World by Media. We see a day when people everywhere have access to media programmes that inspire faith, equip for life, and celebrate Jesus Christ.
“So faith comes from hearing, that is, hearing the Good News about Christ.” ~ Romans 10:17 NLT
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Being a Dedicated Broadcaster means sponsoring 20 minutes of programming each month with a regular donation of $30 or more. Click Read More to find out how you can regularly give people all around the world – 20 minutes with Jesus.
Think, for a minute, how you became a follower of Jesus. For most of us, it happened over time after repeatedly hearing God’s truth and experiencing His love.
Thanks to modern media, you can regularly give distant people time with Jesus. Most people in the world, even in remote areas, have a radio, phone or media device. It’s how they keep in touch. It’s also how they’re hearing about God’s great love.
Into the hard-to-reach places, FEBC is broadcasting life-changing Christian programmes in the languages of the local people. From biblical encouragement to advocating the rights of women and girls, to healthcare training and disaster response, we communicate the love and practical wisdom of God using AM & FM radio, internet, mobile applications, and shortwave.
That’s how you can give someone 20 mins with Jesus.
Become a Dedicated Broadcaster!
No, we’re not asking you to sit behind a microphone!
But we are inviting you to financially support the FEBC broadcasters who do. With your ongoing help, we can keep sharing God’s love over the airwaves with people who need to hear it.
The nations need Dedicated Broadcasters, – regular supporters who understand how faith grows, and who will give themselves to God’s ongoing work.
$30/month = 20 minutes* with Jesus.
This is Mali, a listener in Thailand from a Buddhist background. Mali is typical of thousands of our listeners around the world who contact us and tell us how life-changing the programmes are. She wrote:
Thank you for your programmes. I listened for many months and decided to begin your Bible Correspondence course. I believe in my heart that God is real, but I need time to consider him,and to prepare the right words for my family.”
To become a Dedicated Broadcaster and provide ongoing programmes for people like Mali, please click here.
[ * $30/20 minutes is a calculated average considering numerous stations, costs, and exchange rates. All regular donations of $30 or more per month qualify for Dedicated Broadcaster status, and receive a special gift pack and communication opportunities with our stations.]