Please pray for the Ukrainian National Council that issues frequencies for broadcasting. Pray that FEBC will receive opportunities to broadcast in Kiev and other key cities throughout Ukraine, as the country is going through difficult times of crisis and transformation.
Please continue to pray that FEBC will be able to receive final permission to broadcast in the city of Rasskazovo, central Russia. Pray for the opposition, both bureaucratic and spiritual to diminish.
Pray for FEBC’s newest station in Michurinsk. FEBC is the only local station in that city. Pray that we will be able to build strong ties in this community, and help people
Please pray for FEBC-Moscow’s new broadcaster, Oleg Shevkun. Oleg is an experienced broadcaster, pastor, and preacher. Pray that he’ll be able to help many listeners understand who Christ is and how they can follow Him.
Alex and Isabel Jaruchik are FEBC missionaries, serving in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus, as well as in Russian-speaking communities in the US. Alex is a well-known radio preacher, who’s been airing messages into Russia for the past four decades. Today, Alex is FEBC’s senior broadcaster who’s reaching many through his broadcasts, books, and speaking engagements. For the past 4 years the Gospel was preached and reached in the Chicago area where 350,000 Russian-speaking Jewish people live.
Pray for Alex and his ministry. If you want to support Alex or get in touch with him, please e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. His account number is 000000.
Pray for FEBC listeners in the twin cities of Slavyansk and Kramatorsk, as they deal with post-war trauma, a harsh economic situation and a wave of hopelessness, signified by a sharp increase in suicides in the area. FEBC’s station is encouraging people to visit local churches to receive spiritual and physical help.
Please pray for FEBC’s new volunteer broadcasters: Anna, Oleg, Philipp, Tatyana. Please pray that these new voices will attract new listeners, especially people under 35.