For Christ and the Continent

The first school and first newspaper in Australia were staffed by Christians. We are all called to write the Word of God on the hearts of the next generation. The Christian heritage we enjoy today did not happen by accident. One man who left an enduring heritage is John Flynn, featured on our $20 banknote. …Read More

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Vision Hits The Road

At almost one-quarter the length of a footy field, it’s pretty hard not to notice when one of David Sweeny’s trucks pulls up alongside you. You might say Dave’s got a very big Vision to change lives all over Australia! Dave is ecstatic about the fact he’s been able to use his everyday business to …Read More

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Hope is coming to Blacktown

SBS’s Struggle Street is wrong! There is real hope in Blacktown! Of the twenty suburbs in Ward 5 of Blacktown City Council, fourteen are dominated by public housing. Blocks of units are set aside for prisoners when they first get out of jail. Local councillor Jacqueline Donaldson admits: ‘They are pretty bleak places. But if the …Read More

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Bringing Hope to more than 7000 Prisoners

What an incredible outpouring of love!Last year, Vision and Bible League held a special appeal to raise enough money to put the Word of God into the hands of 5000 prisoners in Aussie correctional centres. But wow! We raised enough to send packages to over 7104 inmates (and still counting!)Thank you for your generosity, grace and compassion!Thank …Read More

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Jamie’s Story

Building a Caring Community in the Remote North‘My wife and I were only talking this morning about Vision180 (formerly word4U2day), where it quotes Acts 4:34 and how the early Christians shared everything. She said to me: “Wow! That’s so very aboriginal, isn’t it?”’Jamie Weidinger is a school chaplain in Normanton, a small remote town on …Read More

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God’s Word Transforms a Community

Back in February 2013, we reported on the transformation of a tiny desert community on the edge of the east Kimberley region. Shirley Brown had approached Chariots of Fire about partnering with us to bring Vision Christian Radio to Mulan. It was her hope that Christian radio would be a catalyst in reducing the suicide rate, …Read More

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Vision team broadcasts live from northern Tasmania

Vision’s Regional Director for Australia and Asia/Pacific Ian Worby and Rise and Shine co-host Andrew “Robbo” Robinson have been in Tasmania meeting local supporters and broadcasting live into Vision’s breakfast show. They kicked off their tour visiting churches, local supporters and listeners arriving just on sunset in Devonport in time to see the Spirit of Tasmania before she left for Melbourne. They …Read More

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Vision helps Life FM set up in Rarotonga

We travelled to Rarotonga – the Cook Islands  – to conduct test broadcasts for a new Christian station in the island nation’s capital. The airport is right on the beach with majestic rugged razor back mountains in the background, but it is a beautiful island. On our second day we went to Church where I …Read More

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The Truckie Chaplain

Theo Catsoulis started driving trucks in 1967. In nearly 50 years on the road, he has learned a lot about the beauty and the hardship of the truckie life. Now semi-retired, he has taken on the mission of helping truck drivers overcome the isolation and depression they often suffer, and showing them that even on …Read More

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From Ice to Christ

‘If you’d told me three or four years ago that I’d be on a radio station talking about Jesus, as a member of a bikie gang, I would probably have done very bad things to you.’ So said Mathew Kratiuk, former ice addict and notorious stand-over man in a bikie gang, while being interviewed by …Read More

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