The Official Newsletter of Vision Christian Media

Don’t you love the innocence of kids? But the thief is doing all he can to steal the hope of present and future generations. Continue reading…

100km north of Longreach is a property that’s been experiencing drought for the last six years. Anna Hetherington and her family have been really doing it tough. And getting spiritual input so far outback isn’t easy. Continue reading…

Because of the pagan roots of holidays at the end of December, many Christians believe we should avoid Christmas altogether. Chuck Missler’s classic message delves into the historical Biblical roots of Christmas. Continue reading…

Past Editions - Spring 2018

We are so grateful to have people of faith in our history. Today we are asking God to give us the gift of faith too, asking: ‘What big steps do we need to take to lay the foundation for the next 30 years?’ Continue reading…

It’s the most intense, widespread and record-breaking drought in eight centuries. But this is not just a physical drought. It’s also a spiritual one. Continue reading…

Steve from Chinchilla called in to share a story and uplift the name of God. While he was on the phone, he happened to mention that he’d met an 11-year-old girl who is blind. He said it would be lovely to see a Perkins Braille machine organised for her. Continue reading…

Past Editions - Winter 2018

Vision was honoured to once again be part of this evangelism event in Kalgoorlie—broadcasting Will Graham’s message and other parts of the event nationwide on radio. Continue reading…

In 1968 in a tiny garage in a back street in Christchurch NZ, Dick Berry began a radio broadcasting ministry that, even as a baby, had to take on the goliath of government to get the law changed. Continue reading…

Starting back in 2009 with just a personal copy of The Word for Today, Kevin Summers and his wife Anne realised it was a devotional with a huge potential for outreach. Continue reading…

Past Editions - Autumn 2018

In the small dust-dry towns of outback Queensland, the heartbreak is well-hidden behind rough, tough exteriors. But Liz Howland has found a way to build trust and minister into the quiet desperation experienced in these hard, God-resistant places. Continue reading…

That’s the way Deb Gadd described the effect of a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. ‘It took me totally by surprise. I didn’t expect to have that reaction. It was the Holy Spirit—I can’t explain it any other way. The land just captured my heart.’ Continue reading…

Late last year, same-sex marriage passed into law. For many Biblical Christians it was a sad moment. Whilst the fight over marriage has abated, the fight for our freedoms is hotting up. Continue reading…

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