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Projects in Southern Africa
Francophone Radio Ministry Project
300 million listeners in Francophone Africa are waiting to hear!
Send the Words of Eternal Life to 300 million potential listeners in Francophone Central Africa, many of whom have little more than a radio to receive the Gospel and discipleship programmes. Your contribution will ensure that a powerful Shortwave or FM programme reach those who live in remote villages of French-speaking Africa with evangelical, discipleship and leadership programmes.
Help us to take Christ to the uttermost villages by radio where listeners will otherwise not get an opportunity to hear the Gospel and grow in Grace.
From a listener in Central African Republic:
"I want you to know that I accepted Jesus as my Saviour because of what I have learnt from your programmes…my life has been changed. I now know that God is real and I have hope in Him.”
Yao Radio Ministry Project
Winning hearts for Christ in Yao-land
When FEBA Radio South Africa broke the news about the construction of a new FM radio station at Ndengu in the heart of ChiYao-speaking Malawi in 2008, the response was overwhelming.
The new FM station, which is situated near Mangochi in the Ndengu region at the southern tip of lake Malawi, broadcasts the Words of Eternal life to an estimated 80 000 Yao listeners daily in their native ChiYao language.
The Yao people are predominantly Muslim with only 2% estimated to be Christian. This radio ministry captured many hearts of FEBA Radio supporters in South Africa; many of whom have been in prayer for the salvation of the Yao people for the last 20 years. The new FM station (which is ideally situated in the heart of Yao-land), augments FEBA’s existing shortwave broadcasts to the Yao since inception in 1996 in large parts of Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania.
We see the Ndengu FM Project as a vital extension of our existing shortwave ministry to the very needy and largely unreached Yao people. To have an FM station in the Ndengu area brings a new focus and input to this crucial audience.
Help us to take Christ to the uttermost villages by radio where listeners will otherwise not get an opportunity to hear the Gospel and grow in the Grace.
Time for Hope Radio Project
FEBA Radio brings hope to rural South Africa
Time for Hope is a Community Radio Project that focuses on the production of radio programs to address social, health, educational and youth development issues from a community perspective. A large proportion of the communities in the Northern Free State where our programmes are broadcast, are remote and in dire need of development. The project was launched following intensive door-to-door research by Trend Research Associates which showed that residents in this typical rural settlement were subject to violence, extreme poverty, high ratio’s of teenage pregnancies, and sadly, also alarmingly incidences of HIV/AIDS.
Radio has a great impact on the youth in a rural setting and as such we produce current, relevant and effective social development radio programmes to encourage and install hope in the lives of hundreds of thousands of down trodden people in their native Sesotho language.
You can help to address these socio-economic challenges by supporting our Bible-based radio programmes. Help us to encourage the youth of South Africa to rediscover dignity and purpose by funding a programme.
Where Needed Most
It is estimated that there are roughly 3500 people groups in the world who remain unengaged. Reaching them is challenging as two thirds of the world’s population are oral learners – people who learn through proverbs, music, poetry, and especially stories. Radio plays a monumental role in reaching illiterate people groups daily with the Gospel in their own language. Your gift will touch the most needy area of our ministry, ranging from the purchase of air time for broadcasting, the giving of a radio or purchase of critical equipment (such as a generator) for a remote station.
A listener in Asia writes:
Whenever I miss your broadcasts, my heart feels empty. Your message really challenges me - it wakes me up from my spiritual drowsiness”.