Hating God, Loving God is Alex Davies’ painful story of being raised in an abusive and manipulative cult. Through Jesus, Alex finally found the love and acceptance he had been seeking.
It’s amazing how God can take the devastation of a job loss and lift us up to a higher plateau as He did with Paul from Canberra who shared his story about how from little things, big things grow.
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.
It’s our first day of Visionathon, and we’re on our way to our $1.5 million goal. We have no idea how we will achieve this except through 100% faith in God to provide for our every need. After all, we are working for Him, so what do we have to worry about, right? Then … whammo! Something super exciting happens.
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.
Michael said that when he’s had a particularly tough day at work, listening to Vision Radio on his commute home makes a big difference. It helps him unwind as he soaks in the encouragement, peace, hope and security that floods through Vision. In an instant, the atmosphere changes, and the tension melts away.
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.
When Muslims come to know Jesus, they face an impossible choice. Do they share their faith, and risk being attacked, fired, kicked out of home, and cut off from family forever?
Abu’s method to live out Christ’s love on the football field in Zanzibar, Tanzania, is simple: ‘pray, play and say.
Kayne shares how he turned his life around after hitting rock bottom. ‘I was claiming to be a Christian, but I was living for the world until I got charged by police for assault. I ran before they could apprehend me. Five days later, I handed myself in. While in the holding cell, I was refused bail and told [...]
Richard’s father-in-law, Ken, at age 97 recently passed away. But not before coming to the Lord at the age of 92 after reading The Word For Today.
Tayla is a former competitive surfer and self-confessed introvert. After an injury halted her surfing career, Tayla felt that God was prompting her to step outside her comfort zone and live life with a focus more on others than herself.
Nalini was eighteen when she left her home in Africa to live in London to fulfil her childhood dream of becoming a concert pianist. Four months later, she was on the brink of making her dreams come true when she got the shocking news that she was pregnant.
Dressing up on the street to act out something that connects people to the message of the gospel is an interesting idea, and Titanic Evangelism does just that.
If Jesus was in front of you right now, would your first thought be to make everything perfect? Or to stop and spend time with Him? When we fully grasp the priorities of heaven, our own priorities and habits also change.
There is power in sharing our stories. If we keep our pain to ourselves, God can never use it to help anyone else.
Andrew Jobling thought he would find fulfillment by embarking on a career as a professional footballer. But it was a vision from God that would ultimately shape his life.
Coming to Australia can be both daunting and exhilarating for refugees and migrants. Navigating government agencies, locating doctors, schools for the kids and a place to live is challenging. But can you imagine doing that if you didn’t know anyone, and didn’t speak the language?
How can we teach our children to be responsible? It’s never too early for them to start and we should be wary of doing things for them that they can accomplish for themselves.
Can Christians be intellectual? The way God explains reality in the Bible is not in agreement with modern academics. Christians who follow God’s values face a lot of criticism in today’s culture.