It is nothing short of a miracle that Sunnie from Kyogle is alive today. Four years ago on the day she planned to commit suicide, God intervened and literally saved her life for all eternity.
Heart of Vision
It’s easy to praise and thank God when everything is going well, when we can clearly see his blessings outpouring in our lives. But it is a conscious decision to keep praising and thanking Him even during the challenging times, and the times when we can’t see His plan at work.
“My husband decided to walk out, and that just broke my hope and was so hard. At the same time my teenage son was struggling with anxiety, so it was a double whammy.”
God has a plan and a purpose for each one of our lives, and He definitely has a plan for Megan from Tasmania’s life. God not only saved her life once, but twice.
“When you’re in a crisis and you’re really fearful, just call out to God. Thank Jesus, because He can do anything.”
“I was in my hospital bed listening to Vision on my phone via the app. There was times there I just didn’t want to…. I didn’t want to live. When you’re fighting for your life and you just ask God, ‘Please help me’, He does.”
Jarrod Amery is a fifth-generation farmer from Central West NSW, an area that has been ravaged by drought. No one in the local area is planting seeds into the dry soil, but Jarrod had a dream from God to plant $36,000 worth of canola seeds. At a time when in the natural his actions seemed crazy, God was about to do a miracle.
On the first of March 1999, just one month after the first Vision radio broadcast went to air in Beaudesert, the second relay station began transmitting in the Queensland country town of Kingaroy.
Five years after Vision radio had begun its first broadcast nearly 170 relay stations had been installed across mainland Australia. But there wasn’t a single one in Tasmania. It was proving to be the final frontier.
One hundred kilometres north of Longreach is a property that’s been experiencing drought for the last six years. Anna Hetherington and her family have been really doing it tough. And getting spiritual input so far outback isn’t easy.
It was on the third day of listening to Vision Radio’s brand spanking new station – 1053AM in Brisbane, just three days old, that Vallint rose to the call of Vision Radio’s Visionathon!
Hal Short, was there at the very beginning of Christian radio and shares about coming to Australia to launch Christian radio for the very first time.
“We’d be looking across the nation and thinking, ‘Lord, what You’ve been doing with us we want to see go into this country.”
The doctors and the ambulance people were astounded. They’d already filled in the necessary papers and the police were there to confirm Ony’s death.
The Australian musician spends most of his life on the road visiting remote communities where Vision is a key part of his ministry in sharing the Good News.