Phil Edwards, Vision Christian Media’s CEO, shares stories of faithful supporters who were a big part of Vision’s history in establishing radio stations 35 years ago as Vision’s founders took a leap of faith to take God’s Word to the four corners of Australia.
Tracy loves to have Vision playing constantly. But she doesn’t just listen to Vision, she has integrated it into the heart of her household.
Karen, an In Home Age care Support Worker from Rockhampton Queensland has Vision to thank for her faith being reignited.
Bus driver Harry can’t listen to music when he’s on duty, but ensures to tune into Vision during his personal time.
Micky in Chindera, New South Wales, has been bed-ridden with chronic pain for 16 years and only six weeks ago was greatly impacted when she discovered Vision.
When Jacqui Farr from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia found an extra $4,000 in her bank account, she and her husband felt they should give it to God.
Maria, from Sydney, NSW, lost her 33-year-old son to suicide and wants to help others struggling with mental health issues.
John Molhoek from Ipswich, Queensland, is part of Vision’s 35-year history of helping other radio stations get set up in the nineties.
Pamela from Echuca in Victoria started a cleaning business. She relates to Vision being able to get into people’s homes through the airways to spread the Gospel. She is also able to get into people’s homes who would not normally get a chance to hear the Gospel. ‘God has blessed me so much with the [...]
Peter and Trish spent 30 years working at piggeries and managing pig farms. The stress of the work made Peter turn to alcohol and drugs until God turned their lives around.
Eugene from Darra in Queensland struggled to get through the toughest year of his life after a nasty divorce. Then, when his business collapsed, he was on the brink of suicide.
Trish from North Lakes in Queensland shares the impact God has had on her life since she accidentally tuned into Vision radio in her car.
Alisa from Rockhampton in Queensland shares her grief and struggles after losing her brother and how listening to Vision turned her life around.
Abraham came to Australia in 2009, and found solace and a sense of belonging in the songs, conversations and teachings on Vision.
As a sole parent, Jessica values the solid teaching that Vision provides, especially for her 9 year old son.
Mukesh and Margaret from Murwillumbah in NSW joined DJ and Felicia on Rise and Shine to share their harrowing experience during the April floods in Murwillumbah.
Cheryl loves that Vision goes everywhere with her, whether through the app or in the car, bringing God into every part of her life.
Sevda from Tasmania joined DJ, Becci, Felicia and Phil Edwards on Rise and Shine to share her story about her six-year-old son who got saved by listening to Vision when they were driving home from the park. ‘We tuned the radio on to Vision, as usual, and my son was at the back listening. He [...]
Sara Martin, a counsellor from Birkdale in QLD, finds strength and preparation for her day through The Word for Today and Vision’s podcasts.
Anne from Babinda in Queensland started listening to Vision just over two years ago after her husband’s passing.
Introduced to TWFT by his mother, Mark has embraced the daily ritual of reading it, a tradition he inherited from her many years ago.
Seven-year-old Danielle loves listening to Vision Kids. It’s become her constant source of spiritual nourishment.
Darren Hollingsworth from Birkdale joined DJ and Robbo on Rise and Shine to talk about the Bible verses that inspired him to give to Visionathon.
Sue tuned into Vision earlier in the year, during a time when she felt disconnected and was longing for something more.
Retired high school teacher Vicki Gracen loves the Vision app for its daily inspiration and accessibility in rural areas.