Into All The World

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In The Great Commission, found in Matthew 28, we are told to go into all the world and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the son, and of the Holy Ghost.

Often times we struggle with the thought of how the whole world could be reached with the message of the three angels.  The rate of population growth seems to be consistently out pacing our efforts to reach the people of the world.

In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s a plethora of printed materials allowed the Biblical truths held by the Seventh-day Adventist church to be spread like the leaves of autumn, around the world.  Many lives were touched and the precious messages of the Bible were opened to people from different countries, languages and backgrounds.

Today, through the effectiveness of “live” media, the opportunity to further spread the truth about God’s love for mankind opens new doors and hearts that otherwise would be closed to more traditional methods.  The ability to watch music and media, and have the privacy to think about what is being presented makes the music DVDs we produce a powerful tool in reaching the hearts of men and women, and boys and girls around the world.

Since the launch of the Steps to Christ in Song series, there has been a growing interest in broadcasting our productions on both public and church operated TV stations. Currently our productions of Help in Daily Living and Steps to Christ in Song can be seen throughout the year on Three Angels Broadcasting Network, Hope Channel, Amazing Facts TV, Better Life TV, Blue Mountain TV, HomeBase TV (South Africa), Loma Linda Broadcasting Network, LifeStyle TV (Sweden), and Bible Exploration TV. Many of these stations also air our Christmas productions (Joy to the WorldO Come All Ye Faithful, and Go Tell It on the Mountain) throughout the Christmas season.

Recently we have been blessed to have several public TV stations interested in our Christmas programming, such as CTS Toronto and KVOS TV in Vancouver, BC.  A number of inquiries have also been made from churches, which have been given 30 or 60 minutes per week on their local cable TV station.  A number of radio stations are now starting to play our music and the audio portions of our productions as half-hour radio programs.

It is truly exciting to see how the Lord has blossomed our efforts to spread the Good News, by exposing our productions to millions of people around the world.

Thank you for your continued prayers and support of our vision and mission as we continue to go forward with our current and future projects—God So Loved the World and The Great Controversy.