In 2008, more than 53,000 churches across Brazil joined the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) in reaching their nation for Jesus Christ by implementing the My Hope World Evangelism through Television project.
The new television show “Brush Arbor Jubilee” presents the best in Southern Gospel Music. The music features great harmonies, soaring melodies and lyrics that bless and inspire. As settlers moved West from the original colonies they took with them hope for a brighter tomorrow and their faith in God.
Join Dr. Charles Stanley as he addresses issues such as finances, parenting, personal crises, emotional matters, relationships and Protestant Christianity.
Strong rural traditions, religion, cowboy boots and technology collide in Cowboy Church. You don’t have to hunt for that little country church or that rousing rodeo arena to fill your soul with the essence of the Christian cowboy lifestyle.
The Reverend A.R. Bernard encourages viewers with biblical insights on practical faith.
Bill Gaither, the founder of one of gospel’s most successful groups - the Gaither Vocal Band – is delighted to showcase his favorite gospel music during Gaither Gospel Hour.
Bill Gaither, the founder of one of gospel’s most successful groups - the Gaither Vocal Band – is delighted to showcase his favorite gospel music during Gaither Homecoming Hour.
Love Worth Finding's purpose is to bring people to Christ and mature them in the faith. This happens primarily through efforts in publishing and broadcasting biblical truth.
Since its establishment as a distinct genre in 1910 and throughout its evolution, Southern Gospel music has had its share of standout groups, programs and products in each of the various mediums of live performance, print, radio, television, cable, satellite, video and the age of the internet. One of the most popular Southern Gospel Music programs in the history of cable television was “Sing Out America”.
SpiritFest lets viewers see their favorite groups of days gone by, in addition to watching the latest artists who have stepped up in Southern Gospel music. Viewers will hear pure Southern Gospel Music as well as finding music with bits and pieces of both Country and Bluegrass.
A brief newsmagazine that examined one topic or story in each episode.
Wretched features freakishly tall, slightly germaphobic Todd Friel, riffing satirically on evangelicalism. Friel, who calls himself 'the chief of wretches,' is passionate about Truth and finds humor an essential ingredient in his presentation