Stories Open Mic Scripture I turn to in times of trouble During this coronavirus pandemic our partner broadcasters are seeing record levels of listenership. Thousands are hearing the Good News for the first time and many are being inspired to follow Jesus Christ. Here our partners share a small snippet of the type of content they are sharing across Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. In the sixth of this series, our broadcasting partner in Mozambique shares the scripture she turns to in times of trouble. Set up to speak especially to the the Makonde, Mwani and Makua ethnic groups in the township of Pemba, Mozambique. Radio Wimbe shares how the good news of Jesus can transform life in all the challenges we face. In the fifth of this series, our broadcasting partner in Nepal shares the scripture he turns to in times of trouble. Using practical health care messaging, our Nepali partner Afno FM, broadcast to the communities in Okhaldhunga (east Nepal) and Dadeldhura (west Nepal). Showing care for the whole body and also sharing the good news and the personal transformation that only Jesus can bring. In the fourth of this series, our broadcasting partner in Egypt shares the scripture he turns to in times of trouble. Through online broadcasts and listener engagement, *Voice of Egypt speaks about everyday issues while sharing the good news of Jesus and promoting community cohesion with urban young people from a range of religious and political backgrounds. In the third of this series, our broadcasting partner in Iraq shares the scripture he turns to in times of trouble. Our Iraqi broadcasting partner runs a radio station in an urban context. They produce community-focused programmes, helping to address the issues facing the different neighbourhoods in their area, improving people's quality of life and bringing understanding among those of different faiths. In the second of this series, Anil who is based in India shares the scripture he turns to in times of trouble. Anil works on the Gaweylon radio team, which broadcast daily in the Tibetan language, reaching people in Tibet, India, Nepal and Bhutan. In the first of this series of short reflections, Sheila who is based in the UK shares the scripture she turns to in times of trouble. Sheila Leech is Feba UK's Head of International Ministry, overseeing all the projects that the UK resource field supports with financial, practical, and prayer support. Can you pray for Feba's media partners throughout this time? You can sign up to receive our monthly Prayer Focus letters by clicking here. * For the sake of security, some of the real names of people, projects or programmes have been changed or omitted.