Viewing posts from November, 2018

FEBC Celebrates 1,000 Episodes

By Meredith Reiten

Nov. 23, 2018

This holiday season, there’s certainly much to be thankful for. And today, Far East Broadcasting Company is thankful to be celebrating an exciting milestone… its 1,000th program! Since its inception in 1945, FEBC has been crossing borders and breaking down barriers, sharing the Good News with the world through the latest technologies. Today, the program can be heard in more than 100 languages and in nearly 50 countries—touching millions of lives throughout Asia, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and Eurasia. FEBC president, Ed Cannon says… "The FEBC mission is clear: One message: the truth of salvation through Jesus Christ, proclaiming the Gospel boldly for over 70 years, to the most unreached places of the Earth. And that will never change." Echoing Cannon’s articulation of the FEBC ... Read More

Happy Thanksgiving from Your Friends at Roger Kemp and Company

By Meredith Reiten

Nov. 20, 2018

In light of the tragedy that has swept across our community in recent weeks, this Thanksgiving season has taken on deeper meaning for our team here at Roger Kemp and Company. Today, more than ever, we recognize how blessed we are to give our lives to work that has eternal value. When we consider every life reached through Christian radio and the ministries that daily proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, it is impossible not to give thanks! We also give thanks for the privilege of serving alongside such wonderful men and women, from our Ministry Clients to our Station Partners, as together we send the hope of the Gospel to a world in desperate need of Christ’s love, hope and peace. Read More

Update from Roger Kemp: First a Mass Shooting, then Fires

By Jessica Suggs

Nov. 12, 2018

Last Wednesday, November 7, 2018, our community was violated just before midnight. By now you have heard about the mass shooting that took place in Thousand Oaks in which 13 people lost their lives and many more were hospitalized due to serious injury. We are grateful for the outpouring of concern and compassionate prayers for those impacted. Shortly after the shooting, our first responders were sent to extinguish a firestorm that continues to rage out of control in the Santa Monica Mountains. Due to the threat on local neighborhoods over the weekend, most of the RKC staff was under "mandatory evacuation." The gusty south winds caused the fire to leap over the freeway and torch everything in its path toward the ocean. Because the threat ... Read More

Philip De Courcy Rolls Out New Book, Take Cover

By Meredith Reiten

Nov. 7, 2018

As the dust settles from the 2018 midterm elections and the final results trickle in, some may worry about what will come of the propositions passed, senators elected and laws rewritten. So how do we find security in an insecure world? Pastor Philip De Courcy of Know The Truth calls on Christians to take refuge in God from Psalm 46. Drawing on lessons he learned in law enforcement, Philip affirms that true security is not the absence of danger, but the presence of God. In his new book, Take Cover, Philip shows us the security we are looking for is likely closer and more secure than we think. The thought provoking read opens with an entire chapter dedicated to his experiences as an active-duty police ... Read More

A Mid-Week Highpoint with Ron Zappia

By Jessica Suggs

Nov. 7, 2018

Have you ever been inspired by a leader whether past or present who really speaks to you? Maybe they've even recruited you to be a spokesperson for them or impacted you to the point of wanting to follow them wherever they go. I can think of a few people in history who have had this impact on individuals whether for good or bad. People like Abraham Lincoln, leading the charge against slavery. Martin Luther King Jr. fighting for equality and an end to racism. Adolf Hitler brainwashing an entire nation to embrace genocide as normal. You see, the influence an individual can have on others can be tremendous. ...But rather than focusing on all these fascinating leaders, I want to hone in on the greatest ... Read More