Kevin Keegan, CEO of FEBC Australia speaks on Mornings with Fee about the work of FEBC Australia on the ground through churches and broadcasters in Ukraine.
FEBC Australia work to provide relief to broken families and communities facing disruption due to war, famine, persecution and hostile governments, providing practical help during emergencies like in Ukraine, Mozambique, Afghanistan among others.
Listen to full interview in the player above.
“A bruised reed he will not break, and a smouldering wick he will not snuff out. In faithfulness he will bring forth justice;” Isaiah 42:3
Sergey Nakul, Pastor and Senior Broadcaster, FEBC Ukraine
Sergey Nakul, a pastor and FEBC broadcaster, stayed back in Kyiv to minister to people but also operates in surrounding regions encouraging the body of Christ. He was at the Church in Irpin recently where a mother and her two children were killed in the shelling as they were fleeing their town. Through it all, Sergey stays sharing God’s word with soldiers and providing them with New Testament Bibles.
Pastor Sergey, says the church building is a shelter for many. It helps in feeding the elderly and others with need. When he is out engaging Ukrainians, he is a leader with gifted oratory skills. This combined with God’s power makes for an effective minister when Ukraine needs him the most.
One FEBC leader likens his ministry to that of Nehemiah. Sergey is often found with a microphone in one hand, and bread in the other, serving the people of Kyiv and Ukraine.
Igor Sereda, Producer FEBC Ukraine
Igor, heads up the youth ministry of FEBC, and often works and provides updates from a bunker. Seen here with his wife when they shared their thoughts on Feb 24 via video. Emma has left Kyiv with their children to a safer place in Western Ukraine.
FEBC Ukraine relies heavily on social media in addition to Radio to engage younger generation of the Ukraine population.
To find out more, and to support the work of FEBC Australia visit febc.org.au
Source: Interview with Kevin Keegan, CEO of FEBC Australia and stories from FEBC Australia Easter Booklet 2022.