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Making followers of Christ through media
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FEBC Mongolia needs funding for 3 new stations, which, together with our existing 5, would put the entire country within reach of Gospel broadcasting.

FEBC-Mongolia works with other Christian ministries and NGOs to improve the quality of life for the Mongolian people through radio programming, community outreach, radio distribution, and several other outreach projects.Promoting family values and responsible living, organizing rallies that develop a sense of community, introducing listeners to biblical concepts like charity, kindness, and grace is making a difference in the lives of people.
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#MondatMotivation #WeeklyDevotional
It's in the Attitude - Our Daily Bread (odb.org)
"Consider it pure joy . . . whenever you face trials of many kinds." - James 1:2
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By the end of last year FEBC's team in Kyrgyzstan was on their way to Talas to start setting up their fourth station in Kyrgyzstan.
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"Talas is one of the spiritually darkest places in Kyrgyzstan. Historically, this is where the belief systems of Shamanism and Islam were interwoven. People here still worship the spirits of the deceased and sacrifice animals in so-called “holy” places.

People need Jesus there more than anything. We hope that our radio station will introduce Christ to these people drowning in darkness. They need to hear the Good News, believe in Jesus as their Savior and Lord, and follow Him.

Our hope is that we will be on the air 24/7 in Talas soon; God willing, no later than by April 2018."
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In September 2017, we received incredible news from Kyrgyzstan: our request for a new license in the city of Talas was granted by the government! Janysh and Ulanbek of FEBC Kyrgyzstan began preparations for installing the tower immediately. #PraiseGod #PrayforFEBCKyrgyzstan
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The Open Doors World Watch List is an in-depth record of the 50 countries where it is most difficult to live as a Christian. These are the places where followers of Christ must keep their beliefs hidden and where living the gospel means facing beatings, imprisonment, discrimination and abuse.

For the fifth year in a row, the level of overall persecution has risen. North Korea remains number one on the list – but only just. Afghanistan is only one point below it. India – the world’s largest democracy – has risen to its highest ever position of 11, as Hindu nationalists continue to attack other religious minorities. Islamic extremism continues to strangle the expression of the Christian faith, fueling persecution in eight out of the top ten countries.
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#WeeklyDevotional #MondayMotivation #Unity

Pursuing Unity - Our Daily Bread Ministries (ODB.ORG)
"Here there is no Gentile or Jew, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave or free, but Christ is all, and in all." - Colossians 3:11
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Its' FriYay! Have a blessed weekend!
#friyay #fridayfunny #christianfunnypictures

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Our office in Kazakhstan was officially incorporated in June 2005 with the hope of establishing local FM stations in 2 major cities: Almaty and Astana. While we have made progress in securing required licenses for the FM stations, we are still waiting for the government to issue us specific FM frequencies. Until then, we are reaching listeners by shortwave and Internet broadcasts. The majority of people living in Kazakhstan are culturally Muslim.

Follow the link to read more about FEBC's ministry in Kazakhstan:
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In Kazakhstan there are thousands of orphans and for the vast majority of them, life is difficult. It is a fatherless generation.

But for those in Oscar’s orphanage, which he founded, the fatherless have discovered a loving home. In addition to caring for their physical needs, Oscar is also meeting their spiritual needs. In 2014 Oscar installed a radio dish on the orphanage so everyone can listen to FEBC broadcasts.

With the help of FEBC programs, Oscar became a father to these orphans, while also introducing them to their Father in heaven. In Oscar’s words, “God Himself sent you (FEBC) to us. The Lord is doing a great thing through you in our lives.”
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