Television that changes lives 

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Hope Channel began broadcasting in North America in 2003. Today, Hope Channel is a global network with more than 80 channels, each creating content in their own local language totalling more than 80 languages so far. 

And here in the South Pacific Division, Hope Channel reaches hundreds of thousands of people every day, whether it be on the Vast platform in Australia, free-to-air and satellite in New Zealand, or through a variety of platforms across Fiji, American Samoa, Samoa, French Polynesia, Kiribati, Tonga and Solomon Islands. And just last month Vanuatu became the 84th Hope Channel when it opened its new studio and broadcast centre.

What are the benefits of Hope Channel you may be asking? I’ll let Adelaide tell you. “I started becoming curious about where God was, and my life. So I started flicking through all the channels on the TV and saw Hope Channel. And WOW! Questions I had in my mind were being answered more or less when I switched on the channel. It just became the only thing that we would be watching on TV. And this led me to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.”

Hope Channel provides an Adventist voice in the community. It gives a positive message of our Church. It shares the Adventist message. Hope Channel changes lives. 

Every week you are asked to support one cause or another. At least 26 times a year your offering supports your local church. But only once each year do we invite you to support the work and ministry of Hope Channel.

One of the goals Hope Channel has set is to reach 1 billion people by 2030. But it can only do this with your support.

Across Australia, NZ and the Pacific Islands, Hope Channel is being broadcast every day. It is speaking into the homes of hundreds of thousands of families sharing messages of hope. And it is reaching people like Adelaide.

Chances are Hope Channel is sharing messages of hope into your community. 

Please support this ministry with your offering and gifts this Sabbath, and thank you for your support and for being part of this life-changing ministry.

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