In Yunnan, China, a micro-SD card with more than 50 hours of radio programs in the Yunnan dialect is being produced and duplicated for distribution among the ethnic minorities in the area.
“Our Chinese team thanks God for bringing talented programmers to help create the daily broadcast that can reach 26 ethnic peoples in the southwest region of China,” reported the Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC) in a recent ministry update.
The team in China hopes to have more visitors come to the area who can aid in the distribution of these new “portable missionaries” that can be easily played from any smartphone or MP3 player. Additionally, the ministry said it hopes to produce new daily broadcasts for the radio program that include training materials for lay leaders.
A longtime member of the National Religious Broadcasters, FEBC has been broadcasting into China for more than 70 years, and today reaches millions with the Gospel every day in many major and ethnic languages. They've also trained more than 13,000 students in China through their theological seminary. The major production center for the ministry’s China broadcasts is FEBC-Hong Kong, which produces more than 200 hours of programs monthly in Mandarin, Cantonese, and other minority languages.
By NRB Staff
Published: May 6, 2016