Why many listen to Vision Radio – the unspoken word ‘LONELINESS’

‘It lifts me up when I’m down’

We hear this frequently – that Vision Radio is a ‘pick-me-up’ for listeners going through a ‘valley’ experience and when the ‘chips are down.’

One donor to the Vision Radio appeal said words to that effect.

“It really lifts me up when I’m feeling down….”

She said this ahead of mentioning a strong reason for that uplifting – that being the unity and sense of belonging Vision Radio brings to its listeners.

“….just to know there are a whole lot of people out there who love the Lord!”


 

“For some of us – Vision is our family’

This from another caller who said “we don’t have husbands or wives or children, or siblings.”

And again the issue of not being able to attend a church.

“Vision becomes the family when you don’t have any family.’

A situation the caller was very familiar with – ‘No family’.

 

 

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