When Israelis re-elected Benjamin Netanyahu, hope was renewed that the judiciary system would be more diverse and also represent other parts of the country. But this was not what the progressives wanted, so they used powerful media to create an artificial crisis that caused a lot of anxiety among Israelis.
Vision’s radio station in Cobram, VIC, went to air on the 15th of August, 2023. This is Vision’s 68th radio station out of the 100 stations 2021-2023 project and the 807th station overall.
The self-inflicted upheaval in Israel that currently has the country divided has been brought on by the liberal left progressives who are in opposition to Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government.
Being in love is an enchanting experience, but it may cloud your judgement. When you’re in a state of infatuation, you tend to become self-centered, blocking out obvious red flags.
Dami Im has just released her new album called In Between. Vision Christian Media were privileged to have Dami visit for an interview with DJ and Bel on Rise and Shine and record a Vision session where she sang a special version of Amazing Grace.
Sound of Freedom is based on the true story of Tim Ballard’s life and his mission to rescue children sold as sex slaves.
While Israel’s national anthem is called ‘The Hope’, Hatikvah in Hebrew, many Israelis are losing hope as Israel plunges into mass formation psychosis, according to Amir Tsarfati, Founder and President of Behold Israel.
Vision’s radio station in Inverell, NSW, went to air on the 24th of July, 2023. This is Vision’s 67th radio station out of the 100 stations 2021-2023 project and the 806th station overall. This is in addition to the existing Inverell station on 87.6FM—the 15th station on air. Inverell, known as the Sapphire City, has a [...]
Vision’s radio station in Manilla, NSW, went to air on the 20th of July, 2023. This is Vision’s 66th radio station out of the 100 stations 2021-2023 project and the 805th station overall.
Vision’s radio station in Port Broughton, South Australia, went to air on the 20th of July, 2023. This is Vision’s 65th radio station out of the 100 stations 2021-2023 project and the 804th station overall.
Wisdom and discernment are something we should all seek in every area of our life. God has given us the Bible as a guidebook. The more we study it, the less likely we will be to be fooled by false prophets, teachers, or leaders, who come in sheep’s clothing but are ravenous wolves.
While no youth wants to find themselves homeless, circumstances beyond their control can turn their lives upside down. Young people are particularly vulnerable as they have limited resources and are less likely to ask for help beyond a friend or family member.
Sean W. Smith is an Australian Christian musician and songwriter with a special gift of ministering to children and parents. He is passionate about creating music that not only entertains but also teaches valuable lessons to children and their families. Sean is one of Vision Kids featured artists.
Phil Edwards, Vision Christian Media’s CEO, shares the exciting news of the launch of Vision Kids Radio, a digital audio channel dedicated to children. Vision Kids Radio will stream 24/7 across all Vision platforms bringing the Good News and Gospel-focused music to every child in a fun-filled way to entertain and educate.
Dan Warlow is another of Vision Kids featured artists! Dan’s passion and dedication to spreading God’s message to young hearts has hailed him as one of Australia’s best Christian kids entertainers and evangelists.
The annual CMAA Awards are just around the corner. These awards are a way of honouring musicians who work hard at mastering their craft that they then present as a gift to their listeners.
Vision Kids is excited to have Colin Buchanan as one of the featured artists on the newly launched channel. Colin is Australia’s most successful solo Christian artist. His catchy melodies, fun lyrics based on faith, love, kindness and compassion and upbeat rhythms inspire kids to sing and dance while learning about the Bible.
Hudson Fysh’s life story shows that having a difficult start in life doesn’t guarantee a bad ending. Hudson was a poor student and after leaving school, he became a jackaroo and wool classer.
Tension rises as a tiny electric blue Honda S600 with a massive 91mm turbo protruding from the hood shakes in anticipation of taking off a split second after the green light appears.
Australian photographer Ken Duncan and Ikuntji elder Keiran Multa talk about the power of the Forgiveness Cross on Memory Mountain, revival and reconciliation, and sing-alongs at Haast Bluff.
NAIDOC Week honours the rich culture, history, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, while also promoting reconciliation and respect across all communities.
Vision’s radio station in Beauty Point is Vision’s 64th radio station out of the 100 stations 2021-2023 project and the 803rd station overall.
Australian actor, George Xanthis, had his dream to be an actor and work in the United States come to fruition after scoring his role as Apostle John in the blockbuster series The Chosen.
Worldview Australia is running their first Christian Leadership Camp in Queensland to empower high school students to defend their faith with a deeper understanding of the Bible.
Emma from Moonee Ponds in Victoria had the privilege of being interviewed on air at the precise time the Visionathon tally reached the $2 million mark.