Sometimes it seems the nations of the world are racing toward greater conflict, even annihilation. What should we as Christians be doing in response?
How would you describe the gospel in Australia? How do we get Christians to want to share it again? This question can be asked in any culture and at any time. The Bible gives us explicit instructions about proclaiming salvation and making disciples of all the nations.
A lot of us have come to believe that a mission field has to be in a different country. But sometimes we forget that Jesus also calls each of us to be a missionary right here in our own communities
The story of God giving the Ten Commandments to Moses and the Israelites is one of the most well-known parts of the Old Testament.
Jen from Queensland loves being a blessing to others. She donated to Visionathon today, after feeling a prompting from God to sow into the next generation.
Vision regular Alex Cook joined Becci this morning, to talk about how he uses Vision as a discipleship tool in the car with his kids.
Every now and then we all need a miracle! Visionathon might need a miracle or two to reach our goal, and every one of us can do our part to make that happen. Amber from South Australia called in to tell us why Vision means so much to her. Amber was raised in a Catholic [...]
Sarah from WA called in to make her Visionathon donation, because she believes that Vision is a light across Australia.
Joseph from Ingham has been a strong supporter of Vision in North Queensland for a long time. He has even gone door to door to spread the word and help others get their radios set up. Joe has often been surprised at how many non-believers are also tuning in.
Anne from North Queensland is just one of the many wonderful people who have called through to donate to Visionathon today.
Because she doesn’t have very good radio signal where she lives, Anne listens regularly to Vision App. ‘No I can listen to Vision anytime,’ she says. ‘It’s wonderful!’
Truck driver John found God in prison, and he called in to Visionathon today to tell us why Vision is so important to him.
Mel from Casino has been a loyal Vision supporter for a number of years. Despite spending some time behind bars, her faith has continued to grow and strengthen. Now, she is a blessing to other people when they come out of prison. Mel is currently in the process of trying to start a Restoration Centre [...]
Jessica from NSW phoned in today to tell us why she loves Vision so much, and what prompted her to make her donation to Visionathon.
After a particularly hard year in which she lost her job, Vision gave Jessica the motivation she needed to keep going.
Warren and Sue from Esperance in WA, have been long-time supporters of Vision, and were actually involved when Esperance first came on the air 15 years ago. They says there is always a lot of excitement when Vision comes to a new town.
Karen from the Gold Coast is a caretaker in a Funeral Home, and she loves nothing more than listening to Vision and blasting some worship music to feel God’s presence when she’s working.
Kym called in first thing this morning to tell us that listening to Vision has been a huge help to him as he pursues his studies in pastoral ministry.
Visionathon is such a special event, where we get the wonderful opportunity to share the stories of what God is doing in people’s lives all across Australia. And the fact that we get to share the gospel with people who otherwise might never hear it is such a blessing.
Gayle has been a Vision supporter for many years, and even came to Israel with us back in 2013. She has fond memories of the trip, and believes that the experience helped bring the Bible alive for her.
Ivy from Darwin phoned in to tell us what a big fan she is of The Word For Today. She enjoys reading the paper copy, but has recently discovered it on the Vision App as well.
We all need encouragement. There are many communities in Australia that are in the middle of a flood crisis right now, and families are facing the prospect of losing all their possessions. You can help Vision play a vital role in helping people look to God, and finding hope and healing in Jesus.
Alan enjoys listening to Vision on his hour long commute each day, and is passionate about sharing the love of Jesus over the airways.
Six year old Kyle from Anula in the NT made his own very special donation to Visionathon this morning. His mum helped him call in so he could explain why he loves Vision.
Everyone can play a role during Visionathon! It’s about supporting one another along the way and ensuring that as many people as possible encounter God on a daily basis.
God has a plan for each of our lives so that they will be productive and fruitful. He wants us to be successful in everything He calls us to do.
If you’re like many believers, you may have developed a fascination with the last days. But how will we know when they’re actually upon us?