Because Japanese people need more opportunities to hear about Jesus…
Japan needs more of Jesus, and right now the crazy Covid season is making production of programmes very challenging. Donate in July and help FEBC make programmes that share Jesus in one of the toughest nations on earth.
Programmes like ‘Keiko’s Mailbag’ air people’s deep questions about God and Christianity. In Japanese society it is vital that people can ask questions without embarrassment. Radio and online broadcasting allows that.
Donate and go in the draw to win a Dan Carter signed All Blacks rugby jersey. See below.
Keiko has been helping Japanese listeners to understand and follow Jesus for many years. She does not try and solve every listener’s problems, but empathises with the person, and points them to loving promises and truths.
When you support FEBC Japan the programmes you help will be broadcast in three ways: AM radio that covers the whole country, the Internet, and monthly delivery of MP3 disks.
A letter from a very grateful listener.
“I am grateful from the bottom of my heart. I can’t thank FEBC enough. I was hopeless in my life. I needed something profound, something I could depend on. I found FEBC on the internet, and FEBC came into my life.”
“For the first two years Keiko was the only person I could open my mind to. When I heard her voice I felt relief.”
“My family doesn’t allow me to go to church, so I go secretly. It’s hard for me, and I want to read the Bible seriously, so I am going to try the FEBC Bible correspondence course.”
“I request that you introduce me to a church. I’m looking forward to hearing from you about the Bible Correspondence course. Thank you, Mrs S.”
Under lockdown, many older Japanese people cannot safely get out, so FEBC Japan is suffering a significant drop in local financial support.
Win a Dan Carter signed All Blacks Rugby Jersey.
Dan Carter may have left Japan, but Japan still needs Kiwi help! FEBC has been broadcasting the Good News there for 67 years, and right now we need your help to produce audio programmes in this difficult Covid season.
Every donation of $50 or more marked for Japan, in the month of July, can go in the draw to win this Dan Carter signed All Blacks Rugby jersey. Donors who wish to enter the draw to win should insert “Dan Carter jersey” in any space on the donation form. Please see below for Terms & Conditions, or call us free on 0800 433 226.
* This All Blacks jersey was kindly donated to FEBC New Zealand specifically as a fundraising prize.
Terms & Conditions – Dan Carter jersey prize draw.
- For the calendar month of July 2020 FEBC New Zealand (FEBC) is running a prize draw promotion to support our ministry needs in Japan.
- The prize is one signed Dan Carter All Blacks rugby jersey, in a wall mountable frame. See picture.
- To enter the draw to win the prize, entrants must make a donation to FEBC New Zealand for our media ministry in Japan. The donation must be NZ$50.00 or more. Every $50 constitutes one entry (i.e a $200 donation is four entires in the draw). People may enter as many times as they wish, and or donate as much as desired. Entries will be calculated at the end of the promotion, by dividing a donor’s total by $50.00
- To enter the draw donors must indicate their desire to win the prize. Inserting the words ‘Dan Carter jersey’ in any space on a donation form (with the above mentioned donation) will constitute an entry. Space is available in the ‘Comments’ section in our online Credit Card donation page. For online banking Direct Credit donations via your own bank’s web portal, please insert ‘Dan Carter jersey’ in the field marked “Code’ or the like. We also need your surname and supporter number. Thank you.
- The prize is only available to be delivered within New Zealand. FEBC will take reasonable steps to organise delivery to a standard address. For Rural Delivery or any extraordinary, remote, or unusually expensive delivery address, FEBC reserves the right to negotiate with the prize winner to arrange a mutually satisfying delivery cost.
- The period of the promotion is Wednesday 1st July 2020, to Friday 31st July 2020.
- The prize draw will be made at the FEBC offices in Hamilton New Zealand in the week commencing Monday 3rd August 2020.
- The winner will be drawn by a random selection of the donor numbers receipted.
- The prize cannot be exchanged for cash.
- The winner will be notified soon after the draw by any way conveniently available to FEBC. If for any reason the first drawn winner cannot be contacted within two weeks, the second drawn winner will be awarded the prize.