Karen, an In Home Age care Support Worker from Rockhampton Queensland has Vision to thank for her faith being reignited.
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.
Cheryl came out of an abusive relationship and has been trying to find her feet for the last couple of years. Her healing process began after her brother introduced her to Vision.
Greg from Dodges Ferry in Tasmania recently rediscovered his faith with support from friends and family. Greg was introduced to Vision by his best friend, and he only listened for the first time yesterday. Greg finds himself inspired by the bold faith of others, and he donated to Visionathon today and says he will keep [...]
Ken Bathurst and his seventeen-year-old grandson, miraculously survived a plane crash that should have ended in a fatal disaster had God not intervened.
Leigh Lawrence loves to support Vision in our mission to uplift Jesus across Australia. As an evangelist, he particularly values Vision’s outreach to the lost and to believers.
70-year-old Dianne Case from Tamworth is currently studying Linguistics, and is looking forward to graduating soon. She believes it’s never too late to pursue our dreams and serve God.
Leanne is a monthly giver and passionate advocate for sharing God’s word. Vision inspires her, especially in tough times, reminding her of Jesus’ love.
Daniel Jones was a drug addict and alcoholic until he turned his life around and is now a mighty man of God and senior pastor at Cross Culture Church in Ingham, QLD. Daniel shared the amazing revival occurring among First and Second Nation people.
The whole Rickard family adores Vision. Mum Bek particularly enjoys it while doing chores at home, and her husband Chris listens during corn-harvesting on his tractor. Their four kids all use internet radios in their bedrooms so they can listen to Vision anytime.
Evalyn is a new Vision listener from Tasmania who discovered Vision Radio in January. Since then, she’s experienced immense spiritual growth and says she is grateful for the uplifting content.
By the time he was seven, Brian had been abused, run over by a car and almost died when he fell through a glass window. As an adult, the only way for him to cope was through drugs and alcohol, but even that wasn’t enough and he was ready to end his life.
A passionate Vision supporter, Pauline from Coopers Plains plays Vision constantly, especially enjoying the news.
Jan is a caring single mum from Horsham in Victoria, who actively engages in her community through youth ministry, women’s events and Meals on Wheels.
Bruce joined us from Wondai in Queensland to make his donation to Visionathon, because he believes that Vision Radio makes such a difference in his local community.
Esther accidentally came across Vision Christian Radio 11 years ago during the May 2012 Visionathon. It was especially encouraging for Esther that she discovered Vision during a very difficult time in her life.
Vision supporter Ellie phoned in with her donation to Visionathon today, because she believes it’s so important to get The Word For Today into people’s hands.
Natalie in Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, has been listening to Vision Radio for a long time through low-powered radio station transmitters that can sometimes be hit and miss in picking up the signal. Then she heard some exciting news!
Losing a loved one is never easy, but losing a spouse of 44 years is devastating. Sadly that was the reality for Shane Wilkin from Williamstown in SA.
Karen from Slacks Creek says she wanted to get in early and donate to Visionathon because she loves the Lord, and wants to help others discover Him for themselves.