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Recent Announcements for 2016



You won't want to miss the biggest night in Christian and Gospel Music as the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), America's favorite faith-and-family channel, brings you the 47th Annual GMA Dove Awards from Nashville, Sunday October 16th, at 7 p.m. Pacific (9 p.m. Central, 10 p.m. Eastern).


Trinity Broadcasting Network, the world's premier faith-and-family channel, features a special presentation of the groundbreaking Academy Award-winning movie Exodus.


In his new weekly television series airing on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), pastor and New York Times best-selling author Steven Furtick demonstrates how those who struggle with feelings of inadequacy and their own sense of weakness are really perfectly poised for greatness in God's kingdom.



Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), the world's largest religious broadcaster and America's most watched faith-and-family channel, will provide exclusive live coverage from the Red Carpet premiere of the new big-screen worship film Hillsong — Let Hope Rise, Tuesday September 13th. The highly anticipated film debuts in theaters across America September 16th.


On May 28, 1973, TBN went on the air for the first time with a simple broadcast focused on telling people all about the love of Jesus. And with that first broadcast the network's fledgling team of prayer partners took to the phones to respond to viewers who called in to TBN's new prayer line. Over forty-three years later, TBN's team of dedicated prayer partners is still faithfully responding to phone calls round the clock from people who need someone to listen and agree with them in prayer — around one million calls on average each year!


Orlando, Florida's own Holy Land Experience, where the land of the Bible comes to life for guests of all ages, has announced the completion of a series of creative renovations and updates designed to give guests to the award-winning theme park a truly entertaining — and life-changing — experience.



For nearly half a century the Trinity Broadcasting Network has been a clarion voice calling individuals and families to the faith that has long made America the “city on a hill” for the rest of the world. Join TBN on July 4th — Independence Day — as we host a trio of patriotic and inspiring programs that will help you and your family celebrate this unique American holiday — and reflect on the spiritual heritage that has sustained this nation throughout many generations.



Is Jesus relevant for today's world? Can faith in God go beyond time-worn platitudes and dull religion? Does the Bible actually have meaning and life-changing power for needy, hurting people here and now? Popular Canadian pastor and author Leon Fontaine says an emphatic “YES” to all of the above — and is on a mission to encourage Christians that they can use their faith to genuinely touch individuals every day by simply being “Spirit Contemporary.”



Janice Wendell Bethany Crouch, co-founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), died May 31, 2016, at the age of 78 following a short illness. A woman of great faith, courage, and compassion, Jan, as she was known by millions of friends around the world, spent her life spreading the good news of Jesus Christ to every continent, and encouraging everyone she touched with God's love and grace.


Matthew, Laurie, and the Crouch family issued the following statement on the passing on May 31, 2016 of Jan Crouch, co-founder with her husband Paul Crouch, of the Trinity Broadcasting Network ...


Nearly one year since its introduction across America, the nation's first-ever English-language Hispanic Christian network is quickly becoming the premier inspirational broadcast source for “next generation” Latinos — those who may not be fluent in Spanish, but who still love the unique warmth, passion, and flavor of their Hispanic culture and faith.



On Saturday April 9, 2016, 110 years to the day after the beginning of the Azusa Street Revival, over 110,000 people will pack the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for Azusa Now, a special day of worship and prayer bringing together believers from diverse ethnicities, backgrounds, denominations, and traditions to seek God for a renewed move of His Spirit. And JUCE TV, the premier faith and lifestyle network for teens and young adults, will be on hand to broadcast the event live from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Pacific Time), featuring the ministry and worship of Bethel Music from Redding, California.