Filipino survivor says: “I just knelt down and thanked the Lord because I saw the sun again, and breathed fresh air.
“God rescued me! After 16 days in hospital struggling with double pneumonia, I am home, happy and healing,”
“God gave me the platform and the ability to do what I love. Everyone can with Him by their side.”
“This is me telling about how my faith has sustained me through my life.”
“246 of them made decisions for Christ and a majority of them joined the church.”
“This movie brings me closer to Jesus because my story was ordained before I was in my mother’s womb.”
“I just thank the good Lord for keeping me. This is the Lord’s blessing.”
“Growing up I never saw a nun. It was not even on my radar. If anything, it terrified me.”
“‘See a Victory’ was my battle cry during the most difficult moments.”
Hidden homelessness, an epidemic that remains largely concealed from public view. Mission Australia shares Peter’s heartbreaking journey of unexpected loss and overwhelming grief that threw his life into chaos and eventual homelessness.
Within the corners of Australian society lies an unseen crisis—hidden homelessness. Mission Australia shares Natalie’s journey. Her life seemed ordinary. She had a thriving career and two little children. Then, Natalie’s world was turned upside down after a painful marriage breakup, leading to unexpected mental health struggles and, ultimately, homelessness.
In the heart of Australia’s cities, a silent crisis of hidden homelessness unfolds that remains largely unnoticed. Mission Australia shares the touching journey of John, who led a comfortable and stable life until unforeseen circumstances left him vulnerable to homelessness. John’s story unveils the struggles faced by pensioners and the challenges of finding affordable housing.
“America was sort of the land of opportunity, but we were living hand to mouth.”
“I’m convicted of their selflessness and the genuine free love they gave to these people.”
“The whole world should have hated me, but through their forgiveness I was able to see life in a different way.”
“Everything works, we have food, we lack nothing, thank God. I have learnt to trust Him more.”
Hudson Fysh’s life story shows that having a difficult start in life doesn’t guarantee a bad ending. Hudson was a poor student and after leaving school, he became a jackaroo and wool classer.
Tension rises as a tiny electric blue Honda S600 with a massive 91mm turbo protruding from the hood shakes in anticipation of taking off a split second after the green light appears.
Australian photographer Ken Duncan and Ikuntji elder Keiran Multa talk about the power of the Forgiveness Cross on Memory Mountain, revival and reconciliation, and sing-alongs at Haast Bluff.
“The way I found her. This was God helping us out.”
“This is a spiritual issue and the greatest moral dilemma of our day.”
“The question of where you will spend eternity is the most important question human beings can grapple with.”
“You ever had a lightning storm under a tree with chains on your feet? That’ll get you,”
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.