Give a $30 radio in Cambodia & fill a household with hope.
Each year FEBC Cambodia staff visit neighbourhoods and giveaway radios to those who need them. Your support helps supply these “portable missionaries.”
“My name is Heang Eng*. I have been listening to FamilyFM for two months. I would borrow a radio to listen, but later on I received my own when they came to visit. Now I listen every day, and there are many programmes that touch my heart. I am learning about taking care of children. Before I was very depressed, even though I believed in God. Your programmes encourage me, they give me hope. Thank you for giving me the radio.”
Would you like to help supply these “portable missionaries” to Khmer people? This July we’ve pledged to supply our Cambodia station with radios. Every $30 will provide a household with the Word of God by media.
Click the image above, or the Donate button below to make a secure Credit Card donation. Choose “Radios” from the drop down menu, and feel free to leave a comment.
*Mrs Eng is the name of the writer of this letter. The woman in the picture is Mrs Hem, another listener who also received a radio from FEBC Cambodia. Both women testify to wonderful encounters with God thanks to the programmes they heard.
FamilyFM is a friendly team of around 15 national staff serving a potential listening audience of millions in the heart of Cambodia. Since 1957 the Good News has been broadcast from outside the country by shortwave, and since 2002 it has been powerfully available on 99.5 FM.
Programmes include “Sunrise” an encouraging 6 – 8 a.m. breakfast programme with variety and music. “Comfort at Night” live counselling with a guest professional to inspire women in their value, rights, and roles. And “Healing Heart” addressing relational issues in families, workplaces, and neighbourhoods.
FamilyFM receives more than 8000 calls, emails and visits from people wanting to know more about Jesus and Christian life every year.
Background on Cambodia
Capital: Phnom Penh
Population: 15.2 million – Khmer 90%, Vietnamese 5%, Chinese 1%, other 4%
Religion: Buddhist (official) 96.4%, Muslim 2.1%, other 1.3%, unspecified 0.2% (1998 census)
Languages: Khmer (official) 95%, French, English