Article Source: FEBA Media Release
FEBA Radio South Africa is hosting a Zoom Virtual event to celebrate 75 years of broadcasting the gospel to the least reached people groups of the world!
If you have a heart for missions and you want to learn about what it takes to bring the gospel to the most unreached people groups on earth, or you simply want to be inspired by incredible testimonies of how God is touching and changing lives in places you might never even have heard of before, we would like to encourage you to join this virtual event where the Directors of our ministries in Mongolia and Malawi will be sharing inspiring information. You will surely be blessed!
To register click on the link: forms.gle
There is a lot we can learn from our ministry partners from across the world about inter-cultural communication, evangelising different faith and language groups and the powerful impact that radio has on shaping and transforming a community and nation.
FEBC Mongolia Director – Batjargal Tuvshintsengel
We will be sharing a special message from the Director of FEBC Mongolia, Batjargal Tuvshintsengel. He will be speaking about how God has brought transformation to Mongolia through their broadcasts and how his team- through faithfully serving their listeners, have inspired thousands to turn to Christ.
FEBA Malawi Director – Rev. Amos Siyabu Phiri
Special guest speaker; Rev Amos Siyabu Phiri will also be sharing a timely update about the official establishment of Litala FM in Malawi after recently acquiring their official FM licence.
Date published: 04/10/2020
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