Esther from Kangaroo Island, SA

“To me Vision is like a breath of fresh air, a light in the darkness – that’s what Vision is.”

This is Esther who lives on Kangaroo Island off South Australia and gets to listen to Vision Radio via Adelaide’s Vision AM station 1611.

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.True Hope 2017

“I listen to the ‘Night Vision’ with you (Mandy Worby) and on the weekend with Dave Beard and Steve McKenna,” Esther shared.

Esther’s known for her generosity; the gifts she’s bought for Vision staff to enjoy and she’s visited Israel with the Vision team.

“Vision means everything to me,” said Esther. “It’s been a constant support.”

Esther said she loves the teaching, but that’s not all.

“I love the music, and being able to hear God’s Word on a daily basis. It’s so important for us today.”

 

 

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