Far East Broadcasting Company

Far East Broadcasting Company

Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC) is an international radio network that airs Christian programs in 149 languages. Broadcasts are aired from shortwave, mediumwave (AM), and FM transmitters located throughout the world.
The organization also works to meet the physical needs of its listeners by providing scholarships, holding marriage seminars, and distributing items such as seedlings (helping a family grow their own food) and bicycles (transportation for students or pastorss).
Although many listeners live in very remote locations, FEBC receives more than 850,000 listener responses in the form of visits to the station, letters, text messages, phone calls and emails.

Read more about Far East Broadcasting Company:  FEBC's Mission, History, Statement of Faith, FEBC Stations in The Philippines, FEBC Partners & Links

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