Pastor and best-selling author Dr. David Jeremiah, a popular ministry partner with the Trinity Broadcasting Network, told a story recently that demonstrates how TBN is impacting people in the most remote parts of the earth.
“I went with a group of people to a remote country in Africa,” Dr. Jeremiah recalled. “It’s one of the poorest countries in the world, and has the highest rate of AIDS per capita of any nation. While I was there I was asked to go and speak to a group of pastors.”
Dr. Jeremiah said that after his talk some of the pastors came up to him and thanked him for coming. “We don’t read, we don’t write, and we have no education,” the pastors told him, “but we can still pastor.”
“I asked them how they did that,” Dr. Jeremiah recounted, “and I’ll never forget what they told me. They said, ‘Every Sunday we watch you on TBN, and as best we can we remember what you say, and then we take that back and tell it to our congregation…. I was moved to tears, because here are people who have no contact with the gospel except through the delivery system of TBN.”
Added Dr. Jeremiah: “TBN is doing something that has never been done before. The Great Commission is to go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature, and, in effect, the outreach of this network is making it possible for us to do that. We’re literally able to preach the gospel to the whole world.”
Kim Clement is widely known throughout the world for His prescient prophetic insight. He has been a frequent guest on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” talk show, and his impacting “Secrets of the Prophetic” is a popular program on TBN.
Scripture is clear that God will pour His blessings out on those who bless His people Israel. Watch this powerful TBN video clip as Kim Clement shares with TBN’s Matthew and Laurie Crouch the word God gave him about the importance of the U.S. — and President Obama — embracing a “captivating love” for the nation of Israel.
Standing in the streets of London, Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Matthew Crouch and Laurie Crouch talked recently about the revival that is sweeping across England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, and how TBN is privileged to be a part of taking the gospel to these nations through the launch of TBN UK, which will take 24-hour Christian television to literally every television household across this vast, unchurched land.
Watch this exciting TBN video as Matthew and Laurie Crouch express their excitement about what God is doing across the UK.
The good news of Jesus Christ is blanketing the United Kingdom through an innovative television network launched in early 2015 by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. TBN UK brings the best of TBN’s international ministry programming, along with programs from the most dynamic churches and spiritual leaders across England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
Broadcasting on Freeview Channel 65, TBN UK is available to 95 percent of the households in the UK — meaning that over 65 million individuals can now access life-changing Christian programming 24 hours a day. Many of those individuals have never heard the message of salvation through Jesus Christ.
Watch this powerful TBN video as one church leader in Northern Ireland speaks about the great excitement she has for the spread of the gospel through TBN UK.
Trinity Broadcasting Network featured a special “Motown Christmas” Praise the Lord program hosted by Grammy Award winning Gospel recording artist Smokie Norful, from TBN’s historic studio in New York City. The exciting show featured music from the 2014 Motown Christmas CD and included Christ-honoring numbers from such popular Gospel recording artists as Janice Gaines, Brian Courtney Wilson, Anita Wilson, Gene Moore, and others.
The program also included Christmas-themed interviews and segments from actress Kim Fields, pastor and author Nicky Collins, former NFL player and inspirational speaker Tommie Harris, and popular pastor and author DeForest Soaries.
Here’s a great video with just a sampling of the dynamic music from that special evening. And Click Here to watch the entire program on TBN’s iTBN online network.