Boyd from Bunbury, WA, has been teaching for about 20 years. A challenge from his pastor to read his Bible started a chain reaction that spilled over into his classroom.
Jen from Queensland loves being a blessing to others. She donated to Visionathon today, after feeling a prompting from God to sow into the next generation.
Vision regular Alex Cook joined Becci this morning, to talk about how he uses Vision as a discipleship tool in the car with his kids.
Nicole from Berowra, NSW, celebrated her birthday today by donating to Visionathon and becoming a monthly partner. Nicole shares what prompted her to give to Vision on her birthday after only listening to Vision for a few months.
Every now and then we all need a miracle! Visionathon might need a miracle or two to reach our goal, and every one of us can do our part to make that happen. Amber from South Australia called in to tell us why Vision means so much to her. Amber was raised in a Catholic [...]
Sarah from WA called in to make her Visionathon donation, because she believes that Vision is a light across Australia.
Joseph from Ingham has been a strong supporter of Vision in North Queensland for a long time. He has even gone door to door to spread the word and help others get their radios set up. Joe has often been surprised at how many non-believers are also tuning in.
Paul from Kalgoorlie, WA, has been listening to Vision Radio for years. It started when his sister gave him a copy of The Word For Today. Paul shares his story of the abundant blessings that followed his sacrificial giving.
Ruth is from Papua New Guinea and currently living in Wagga Wagga, NSW, while on a PhD scholarship. Her husband and five kids are back in Papua New Guinea. Being away from her family is not easy. Ruth shares how she gets encouragement from Vision.
Bruce and Edwina, from Mitchell, QLD are regular Vision listeners. The music on Vision helped them get through a dark period in their life when they lost their son. Bruce particularly loves Lauren Daigle’s song, You Say. He loves Francesca Battistelli and the song, Be Thou My Vision. ‘It was extremely tough losing our son. [...]
Bobby from Orange, NSW, wanted to share his wife’s amazing testimony of God’s faithfulness in healing her from cancer. For many years, Bobby and his wife, Pat, were on a roller coaster ride after Pat was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer.
Professing your Christian faith in a secular workplace can be hard. Christians are under a little bit more persecution these days. Tanya from Brisbane had her faith strengthened and her confidence boosted after discovering Vision. Tanya shared the amazing power of prayer that saved her secular workplace during an economic downturn.
Graham Hambro, the state manager in Queensland for Prison Fellowship, visited John in prison five years ago. Graham didn’t know at the time that John was in his cell praying for guidance. Then he looked up to see Graham standing there.
When Mandy was programming music, she was about to dump a song she found irritating when she received a phone call from a lady who said she and her daughter had decided to commit suicide together. Then the song that Mandy was going to dump came on the radio.
Anne from North Queensland is just one of the many wonderful people who have called through to donate to Visionathon today.
Because she doesn’t have very good radio signal where she lives, Anne listens regularly to Vision App. ‘No I can listen to Vision anytime,’ she says. ‘It’s wonderful!’
Alison and her husband have been faithful Visionathon supporters for many years. Through rain, shine, or drought, they have supported Vision no matter what. They’ve gotten through some tough times in the past, but things are looking brighter now. ‘We’ve had a bumper year as far as rain goes. So we’re really, really happy. We’ve [...]
Truck driver John found God in prison, and he called in to Visionathon today to tell us why Vision is so important to him.
Mel from Casino has been a loyal Vision supporter for a number of years. Despite spending some time behind bars, her faith has continued to grow and strengthen. Now, she is a blessing to other people when they come out of prison. Mel is currently in the process of trying to start a Restoration Centre [...]
Jessica from NSW phoned in today to tell us why she loves Vision so much, and what prompted her to make her donation to Visionathon.
After a particularly hard year in which she lost her job, Vision gave Jessica the motivation she needed to keep going.
Warren and Sue from Esperance in WA, have been long-time supporters of Vision, and were actually involved when Esperance first came on the air 15 years ago. They says there is always a lot of excitement when Vision comes to a new town.
Alison from Rural View Queensland made an exciting discovery in her car and the classroom!
Karen from the Gold Coast is a caretaker in a Funeral Home, and she loves nothing more than listening to Vision and blasting some worship music to feel God’s presence when she’s working.
Aaron has been listening to Vision every day for more than ten years. Aaron’s enthusiasm for Vision has rubbed off on his kids, who are now listening as well.
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.