The 700 Club is hosted by Pat Robertson and is the daily TV programme of the Christian Broadcasting Network. The show includes a lively mix of news, life-changing stories, health tips, cooking (particularly on Wednesday’s) and updates about our humanitarian outreach projects through Operation Blessing.
The ministry has now documented over 500 million salvations world-wide. When the former Soviet Union collapsed in the early 1990’s, our broadcasts began on Russia’s main national TV channel and the response was a staggering 13 million letters asking for Bibles and information about the Christian faith. At the same time the program expanded into Latin America, Asia, Africa and India. The ministry produced indigenous programmes in more than 60 languages from centres in Kiev, Manila, Jakarta, Delhi, Hong Kong and Africa that beam into more than 200 countries.
(Sky channel 581 or Freesat channel 692)
Monday – Friday at 6pm and 11pm (with next day repeat at 8am)
(Sky channel 580)
Monday – Friday at 6pm
(Sky channel 588)
Monday – Friday at 8.30am
(Freeview channel 65 or Sky channel 582)
Monday – Friday at 1pm
What is 700 Club Interactive?
On the surface, that may be an easy question to answer. We are a show that airs weekday mornings on a number of channels around the world.
But what really is 700 Club Interactive?
We are a team committed to reaching the world with the Gospel. For unbelievers, we want to bring them to a point where they can accept Christ. For existing Christians, we want them to grow in their faith. We are storytellers with the media as our platform. We aim to inspire – to show how God works in the lives of everyday people and how He can work in their lives as well. We aim to educate – to inform people about the world around them and how the Bible is still as relevant today as it has ever been. We aim to enlighten – to give people new perspectives on old lessons, and to help them learn how to become better Christians. And we aim to entertain – to provide a destination that people will return to, time after time.
Turning Point is an inspirational, energetic and colorful television magazine program that spotlights the voices, insights and lives of Africans and people of African descent around the world. Hosted by Muyiwa Olarewaju, Turning Point is a refreshing mix of insightful features, thought-provoking interviews and inspirational music. Turning Point captivates viewers with the true-life stories of television, music and sports celebrities as well as ordinary people who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances. These stories of hope, courage and victory reach viewers of all ages making Turning Point a family program with a turn for the best.
Turning Point began production in 1997 and airs weekly in a dozen African countries including Botswana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, and Uganda. Also, the program broadcasts in most of the Caribbean and parts of Europe to a total potential viewing audience of over 71,000,000 people.
(Sky channel 591)
Saturday at 8am and Sunday at 9am
(Sky channel 593)
Monday – Friday at 4.30pm
Sunday at 10.30am and Saturday at 1.30pm
(Sky channel 588)
Tuesday and Wednesday at 8am, 11am and 4.30pm
Saturday at 12am and 2pm
(Sky channel 199)
Sunday at 3.30pm
Wednesday and Friday at 4pm
(Sky channel 235)
Christian World News is a half-hour program, produced by the CBN News Team, and devoted to the work of the Holy Spirit around the globe.
Hear relevant stories from a Biblical viewpoint and discover what is happening to Christians around the World.
Superbook teaches children timeless moral truths and life lessons through the captivating, Bible-based adventures of two time-traveling children and their robot friend.
The familiar and the futuristic interact with ancient people, places and events to create a sense of wonder, anticipation, empowerment, and personal breakthrough as the children witness God’s interaction with man. Superbook is always an exciting journey, full of discovery – with a transformational outcome.