Curt Cole, HCJB Global Vice President of International Ministries, says one of their partners, Fréquence Vie (Life Frequency), was caught in the crossfire in Abobo, a northern suburb of the capital of Abidjan.
"They are still on the air, but they actually had one of their repeaters knocked off the air during a demonstration and destroyed.
Repairs are estimated at $20,000.
It didn't end there.
says, "We also have another partner station in the north that, as far as we know, is still on the air but has suffered tremendously mainly because of the power cuts.
explains: "There are between 30,000-40,000 that have gone across the border as refugees into Liberia.
That's something that Liberia is ill-equipped to handle as well, so we have an emerging refugee situation there."
Although Liberia has welcomed the refugees and is trying to meet the immediate emergency, Cole
says they will need help.
HCJB Global is readying their response.
Response will be more than food and shelter; Cole
says their teams will need to be ready to plant the seeds of the Gospel.