4-5 million Hmong people scattered across Southeast Asia can hear Christian wisdom, thanks to you and FEBC. But they don’t just listen. They watch too. They see the person, watch his face, experience his warmth and tones. This is real Christian outreach radio on social media, and over 100,000 people routinely tune in.
In such remote ethnic enclaves very few people have access to Christian programming in their own heart language. This is why Phairot (pronounced pie-raht) wakes up before dawn to broadcast FEBC’s program in the Hmong language. He sets up tripods and cameras, all live-streaming on different social media platforms like Facebook Live, Instagram, TikTok, and more.
‘Mee’ is a woman who lives in a small village in the north of Thailand and listens every day. “Not everyone has power all the time in the villages, but almost everyone has cell signal…Many people even have more than one cell phone!”
We love all of it…we just want more so we can continue to read the Bible and apply it to our lives.Mee, a Hmong listener in Thailand.
‘Mee’ and her friends will listen together and then discuss what they’ve heard. The Bible is a new concept for her village. Reading through it can be confusing without a guide, and for an hour every day they are able to hear Gospel messages from Phairot on how to interpret the Bible and live as true Christians. When asked what Mee and other villagers thought of the broadcasts, they said, “We love all of it…we just want more so we can continue to read the Bible and apply it to our lives.”