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Amazing Facts on USA Network!

Posted on January 05, 2017
Amazing Facts on USA Network!
When Jesus told His disciples, “Cast the net on the right side of the boat, and you will find some,” (John 21:6), they obeyed and were then shocked because “they were not able to draw it in because of the multitude of fish.”

Amazing Facts is always looking for ways to cast the gospel net to the multitudes in order to draw in more souls for God’s kingdom. Recently, the Lord opened an incredible evangelistic opportunity for us to broadcast on one of the largest cable and satellite television channels in the United States—the USA Network.

USA Network is seen in nearly 96 million homes in America, plus overseas via satellite and Internet. This is why every Christian broadcaster would love to be in their lineup on Sunday mornings—but space is rarely available and the cost is significant. However, an unexpected cancellation opened the door for Amazing Facts to begin airing our programs—beginning January 8 at 7:00am.

This is a wonderful and significant opportunity to take the proclamation of the three angels’ messages to sincere truth seekers in a powerful way. The cost is very high—$27,500 per week—but we believe in the Lord that the harvest will be tremendous. (If you’d like to support this project, click here.)

Pastor Doug Batchelor, president of Amazing Facts, says, “As our world faces historic changes, now is the time to obey the call of Jesus and cast the gospel net to the widest audience possible. Broadcasting through USA Network is not just a strategic coincidence, it is an incredible chance to draw in a multitude of souls for the kingdom of heaven. I thank our many ministry friends who made it possible, through their generous giving, to grasp hold of this wonderful evangelistic opportunity.”

Please tell your family and friends to join us each Sunday for powerful messages of faith and hope every Sunday morning on USA Network!
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