A look inside the new Vision Christian Media Hub with some of our wonderful supporters and members of Team Vision. We're now positioned for bigger things to come! https://vimeo.com/418784982
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“Listening to Vision has brought me back from the edge twice and has saved my life when I was desperate and in a state of hopelessness,” shared Suzanne from Bairnsdale Victoria.
“It’s always worth listening to. It’s good programming, wholesome, and there’s the teaching.” Mark from Tasmania installs sites, distributes Word For the Day, and donates blood..bigtime!
Anita was just a teenager when she attended the Billy Graham Crusade in Auckland back in 1969. Ten years later I was living in Sydney and (The Billy Graham Crusade) wanted counsellors.
“No matter how everything’s going you keep that energy going and encourage, encourage and encourage. You never give up so it’s really good.”
“Vision Radio brings that hope to life. It brings our faith to a concrete place where we can actually see that there is hope in the world.” Nine years ago Dr Sean, a Vision family member, died from a massive heart attack.
“Did you see me on Vision? I gave my lunch order money. And you should listen to Vision as well!’’ “I don’t know why I’m crying mummy but my bucket is full and I’m happy!” That was Lucas at school today and here’s how it came about. You may be familiar with the story of [...]
“In these isolated communities where there’s not a lot of fellowship or pastoral ministry it’s great to be able to say, ‘Hey, go to Vision Christian media, go to The Word for Today, be part of it, that resource is there to use.”
“The music certainly helps uplift your spirit when you’re down, for myself and my son who’s only 8. Vision makes you realise you’re not alone and there are other people travelling that same path.” Simon is a recent widower, a solo dad with an 8-year old son after losing his wife to cancer 12-months ago.
“To me Vision is like a breath of fresh air, a light in the darkness – that’s what Vision is.” Esther, who lost her husband 2-and-a-half years ago in 2015, said Vision Radio has been a strong companion for her during her troubles.
“I just turn it down very low when I go to bed at night and walk past it and put it back on in the morning and it’s on all day. I don’t like to turn it off, it’s just such a wonderful influence in our lives.”
“Within a few minutes (of listening to Vision Radio) I literally felt a massive sense of peace. My thoughts were being replaced with things that were lovely, true, and praiseworthy.” This is Mandy who’s been listening to Vision Radio for about 2 years after having a session or two with a Christian counsellor.
“10 days ago Phil, my husband of 42 years passed away.” Susan said that although Phil’s death has left the family devastated her resolve has been to keep Christ at the centre of her life through this time of grief.
Melissa from Ferntree Gully in Victoria, a donor to the November Visionathon, has been battling depression and anxiety for 24 years. “When the worries of the day become too big I tune into Vision, focus on God, His love, and how incredibly good He is to me,” Melissa testified.
Hazel shares her story about our 700th community, Lake Nash in NT, which recently connected to Vision Radio. “I lived at Lake Nash for 20-years and I’d heard other Aboriginal communities were getting it (Vision Radio), but I didn’t understand how they got it,” Hazel said.
“He just ‘BANG’ comes through that radio..right at the right time!” This was Robert from Victoria who was sharing his amazing testimony about his drug-riddled road to salvation to Rise and Shine’s Robbo and Becci recently. “I suppose it’s what you call born again isn’t it.” Robert’s road to salvation has been a long, hard [...]
Linda from Kingaroy in Queensland shares about the unifying effect Vision Radio has had in the community in the way it’s unified the churches. “It’s the talk, all the interviews are brilliant…”
Jason came to the Lord through listening to Vision at Alice Springs back in 2008. That’s one year short of a decade – a Vision radio listener milestone coming up for Jason just around the next bend in the calendar.
Pina is from Waterford in WA. She’s a relative newbie to Vision Christian Radio, having only discovered the station earlier this year. In that short time she says it has come to mean a great deal to her.
“The Holy Ghost showed me where the fault was. I’d spent hours and hours trying to repair this bus yesterday and today I solved it. I said ‘Thank you Jesus!’ and I’m so fired up this afternoon,” Gary said, with great delight. In case you don’t know this is THE Gary Smith from Innisfail, QLD [...]
Kim shared her testimony during Visionathon about her battle with Bulimia, an eating disorder. Bulimia Nervosa is described as a serious psychiatric illness characterised by recurrent binge-eating episodes - (the consumption of abnormally large amounts of food in a relatively short period of time). Kim said she suffered long term from Bulimia, right up until [...]
Jo Baer from Yarrawonga has given an amazing testimony about Vision radio after she phoned in to make a donation in response to Visionathon. Jo strongly believes that God planned for her township of Yarrawonga to receive Vision radio. She said her church received a vision many years ago that featured the region’s big grain [...]
Vision extra-mile supporter Julie from Hobart has shared her testimony of God’s presence during a time of great need. “I knew He was with me but I also had Vision radio. My husband had terminal cancer. But just before he passed away my daughter set me up with Vision through a computer and that was [...]