Here's how your church could partner with Vision;
* We can provide you with customised signs, bulletin artwork or presentations to promote Vision's ministries and help your people grow in their faith even more - eg your local Vision Christian Radio station, Vision180 online youth radio, Vision Prayer, Tours or Store.
* Ask us for copies of The Word for Today or Vision180 Magazine to distribute each quarter.
Click here to contact us for more information.
Many churches support Vision financially through their mission budget, either as a way of reaching out to their own community, or because they see how we are reaching into hundreds of towns and cities across Australia including the outback where there's not much else in the way of ministry. Some churches send regular support (eg monthly, quarterly or yearly) and others support a particular project (eg starting a Vision Christian Radio station, supplying copies of The Word for Today to prisoners, etc).
We invite you to prayerfully consider how your church might be involved in this home-grown mission. Click here for more details on how to make a donation.
Many people would never step inside a church - but they listen to the radio! Your church might be able to help establish Vision in your town (or somewhere else, as an outreach) and bring Christian messages and music 24/7. What a feeling to know you were part of bringing hope, encouragement and biblical perspective often right when it was needed, as simple as switching on the radio.
Often churches can be just the right location for the Vision Christian Radio transmitter too. Contact us for more information on whether a licence is available in your town or which other communities need a hand to raise the funds they need to get Vision on air.
Prayer is powerful and an absolutely necessary part of our work. Each month we produce a prayer calendar to let you know about specific things or people you and your church prayer team can pray for. Click here to become a Vision Prayer Watchman.
We're constantly on the lookout for passionate people to help in all sorts of areas. Sometimes a simple announcement or a notice in a newsletter is all it takes to link up God's people with a great opportunity to serve him and the community. Contact us to see where we need volunteers right now.
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