Manila, Philippines:  The World Mission Communications Asia-Pacific Team and Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC) Philippines, are announcing the December 1st launch of the new look for FEBC.

New Media Team, Ernalynn Longcop and Kenaz Nepomuceno working on FEBC web development.

New Media Team, Ernalynn Longcop and Kenaz Nepomuceno working on FEBC web development.

Since April of 2014, the WMC-AP New Media team has been working with FEBC in the conceptualization and development of a new framework for the FEBC corporate website as well as for 9 station websites throughout the Philippines.

WMC-AP is a leader in Media development and production.

WMC-AP is a leader in Media development and production.

“This is truly an excellent example of ministries working in partnership for maximum gospel impact,” shared Todd Aebischer, Asia-Pacific Regional Communications Coordinator. “FEBC is a leader in broadcasting the gospel throughout Asia, and WMC-AP is a leader in Web Design and New Media Development.  We are excited to see how God uses this ministry partnership for Kingdom impact!”

Historic partnership opens door for new Tagalog audio version of Bible!
Jordan Escusa, Pastor, DJ, and Voice of Against the Flow.

Jordan Escusa, Pastor, DJ, and Voice of Against the Flow.

This isn’t the first partnership between WMC-AP and FEBC.  FEBC has been providing broadcasting air time for World Mission Broadcast’s radio programs, Against the Flow (formerly Perfect Rhythm) and “Take Five” for more than 10 years.

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Youth Join in Studio with Jordan on Radio Show

FEBC played its first song in the Philippines on June 4, 1948, with “All Hail the Pow’r of Jesus’ Name” echoing through the airwaves.

FEBC is reaching Asia with the Gospel message!

FEBC is reaching Asia with the Gospel message!

Since then, the ministry of FEBC has steadily made an impact in the lives of countless people all over the world, especially in areas where there is religious persecution, political strife and economic hardship. In the vast country of China, for instance, half of the 70-million Christians had first heard the Gospel through broadcasts from the “Voice of Friendship.”

At present, FEBC manages nine AM and FM stations strategically located in key cities all over the Philippines and reaching an audience of 50M Filipinos. It also operates transmitting sites for shortwave broadcasts toward China and the rest of Southeast Asia.

FEBC Philippines is part of an international broadcast network that proclaims the Gospel in around 150 languages through approximately 5,000 hours each week utilizing on-air, online and on-the-ground channels.

Please continue to pray for the ministries of FEBC and WMC-AP, and for the lives touched by the Gospel message.