Will you become a 'Messenger of Hope' this Christmas?

Our popular Advent reflections are a little different this year, with special contributions from some of our partners in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Why not be a ‘messenger of hope’ by downloading the PDF file or requesting a printed copy – or perhaps even multiple copies – of these moving reflections, and then sharing them among your friends and church family? It would be a great way to introduce people to Feba’s ministry this Advent.

Right now our partners across Africa, Asia, the Middle East getting ready to share the Christmas story using radio and audio media to inspire people to follow Jesus. 

We have made a special short video story (less than 2 minutes long) that demonstrates how Feba supporters' generosity and prayers are helping create Messengers of Hope. You might like to show this video at a service or other church meeting during Advent, or post a link on social media:

For churches who would like to explore Hasan's story through a Sunday service, or maybe even a midweek small group meeting, we have created a free service outline - just click here to download a copy

Hasan’s video story is a beautiful and inspiring example of how even those in the most hostile and fragile situations can be messengers of hope; you can be too!

Please would you consider making an individual donation to Feba - or perhaps your church might like to send a special gift from their mission budget?

By supporting Feba’s partners, you will help enable thousands of homes, shops and cafes all over the world to be filled with messages of God’s love, hope and peace this Christmas season.

The good news of Jesus is hope for the hopeless; it is joy for those who are suffering; it is peace for those who are grieving, and it is forgiveness for those who are hurting. So, let us together be 'messengers of hope' this Christmas!

Thank you for partnering with Feba.

   Click here to download our 2020 Advent Reflections 

Click here to request printed copies of our 2020 Advent Reflections