The ministry was founded in 1945 with a mission to carry Christ to the world by radio, with a primary emphasis on nations that are traditionally not open to the gospel.
Far East Broadcasting spokesman David Creel explains the ministry is now broadcasting in about 130 languages.
It's a certainty people are listening, absorbing and responding to the gospel.
"In a year's time, we're getting about one million responses and that includes all kinds of traditional and newer technology responses, anything from a hand-written letter to a text message to an email or social media response," says Creel. "It's pretty amazing the responses that we're getting now."
The sister organization, FEBA, Far East Broadcasting Associates, primarily focuses on the Middle East and Africa. Based on research, Creel says the audience daily is in the hundreds of millions.