Gordon Robertson illustrates how CBN is ‘running with the vision,’ by using 15 international TV centers to preach The Gospel in different languages around the world.
“Write the vision
And make it plain on tablets,
That he may run who reads it.”
A CBN Asia original TV movie series has millions in the Philippines tuning in. It’s called ‘Shackles,’ and it includes real accounts of people who have experienced life-changing transformation and freedom from the bondage of sin.
The series is in its fourth year and airs for three consecutive days. A total of 2,731 viewers accepted Jesus after watching the special.
Gordon Robertson shares about a church in Budapest, Hungary that partners with CBN to dub The 700 Club into Hungarian where it has become a top rated program.
Scripture: Matthew 24:14 (NKJV) “And this gospel of the Kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.”
Every day millions of viewers across Europe tune in to The 700 Club by satellite. In Hungary, a local church partner dubs the program into Hungarian. The latest viewer surveys out of Budapest show that, that dubbed version of The 700 Club is the top-rated program in its evening time slot beating out all of the country’s national TV channels.
Other viewers throughout Europe are responding to the program as well. In the UK, CBN’s prayer center received more than a thousand calls and 342 letters and emails.
One viewer wrote: “Thank you Jesus, and thank you Pat for always praying for people in your broadcast.”
More than a million people die each year worldwide from waterborne diseases according to the United Nations and World Health Organization. But these diseases are preventable through clean water, safe hygiene and sanitation.
CBN is working to provide clean drinking water in Ghana, Africa. Seven communities recently received fresh water wells. Now thanks to CBN’s water well program more than eight thousand villagers in Ghana have clean drinking water.
During the dedication of the wells, 80 people responded to the Gospel.