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.
Vanessa, from Mount Victoria in NSW, shares how she came to Christ during the Covid lockdown when relationship problems she’d been avoiding started to surface.
While Christian conferences are energising and inspiring, not everyone can attend them. Vision fills that gap by being available 24/7 and reaching remote parts of Australia where most people can’t get to easily.
Margaret grew up in the small town of Nannup, WA. The most important thing Margaret found lacking in Nannup was the opportunity for people to hear the Word of God. This sparked Margaret to find a way to get Vision Radio installed in Nannup.
Wayne and his wife, Jane, moved to the infamous town of Cunnamulla in outback Queensland in 1999 as missionaries. Wayne shares how God blesses those who sow into the Kingdom, even when they don’t have much to give.
John Stanford from St Mary’s in Sydney shared his inspirational story of faithful submission that led to a prison sentence and ultimate restoration when he looked to God daily.
Belenda-Hope and Bradly donated their pocket money at Visionathon so other kids can enjoy Kids’ Stuff on Vision and the new Vision Kids soon to be launched on the Vision app.
Steve Schiller travels around Australia with his motorbike ministry, Road Riders for Jesus. Their mission is to fulfil the Great Commission of making disciples and sharing the Gospel of Jesus.
Kathy and her husband Gerald are missionaries from America currently residing in Braitling in the Northern Territory. They are pastors at the River of Life Church in Alice Springs and believe that a revival is coming to Alice Springs.
Margaret from WA says she loves Vision’s teaching and music. She is a keen advocate for Christian radio in her town, and is grateful for the gospel reaching into isolated places.
Yvonne, in Balaklava, South Australia, spent 35 years praying for her unsaved husband of 49 years. Her answer to prayer came when he was on his deathbed.
Barbara from Aveley in WA is a Visionathon first-time giver who’s only been listening to Vision since last year when her new car caused her anxiety.
A mother of six, Kerrie-Anne from Nuriootpa in SA is a regular listener to Rise & Shine. Knowing that God has consistently provided for her, she was inspired to increase her Visionathon donation to $3000.
Steven from Blackwater has been listening to Vision for over 20 years, and says he thinks of it as a beloved companion.
Jane from Oakden says she finds solace in listening to Vision, because it distracts her from what she’s going through and allows her to focus more on others. She is an avid reader of The Word for Today and loves sharing resources she’s purchased from Vision Store.
Peter from Ayr in Queensland is the pastor of Burdekin Community Church. Some of the members are so committed to listening to Vision Radio that they are known as the Vision Tragics.
Pam from Rockhampton has battled cancer twice now, but is doing well. She called in to Visionathon to donate on her birthday, because Vision has meant so much to her throughout her journey.
Georgie is passionate about sharing the Gospel with everyone, especially young people who are suffering from anxiety. She uses the V180 magazine and The Word For Today as ministry tools.
Phil worked as a prison chaplain for twenty years. He shared The Word For Today with the prisoners, who were very encouraged by it.
Inspired by Vision’s ‘Seed Sowing Day,’ Maria shared the Vision App with her Swimming Instructors group. She is passionate about Vision Radio, The Word for Today & V180 devotionals, and loves listening to the radio all day.
Joan just lost her dear old dad just eight days away from his 101st birthday. Joan’s father led the whole family to the Lord and left behind a legacy of God’s Word.
In the remote town of Andamooka, Stephen and his wife run a radio show on the local community station. Vision has become their lifeline for Christian content, especially music.
Sterges Jeremiah and his wife are missionaries running a small, mostly indigenous church in remote Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory that is blessed to have a Vision Radio station.
Longtime listener Leah discovered Vision through a family friend. She values the faith and life encouragement, which inspires her to help others.