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prophetic Vision Biographies

EurovisionTV
Broadcasting the Power of Faith in Jesus Christ

Name: EurovisionTV
Title: Broadcasting the Power of Faith



Eurovision International TV Company was formed as a direct result of an armed attack on David in Ukraine, 2 June 1998. This attack was intended to stop David ever preaching there again. By a miracle, in answer to prayer the day before, he was not shot as had been planned.

To maximise publicity after the attack, and hopefully see the return of his stolen vehicle and its contents, David called a press conference. Amazed by the positive response both in the press and on TV (the news of the attack was broadcast in Ukraine and Russia), God gave David the vision that if the authorities wanted to stop him evangelising in auditoriums and stadiums, he could reach the whole nation through the media.

So by faith David went into production at once, borrowing staff and equipment from the local TV station in Lvov, the very town where David had been attacked. The first evangelistic programme, 'The Power of Faith', was ready by the end of that same month, before he had even left the country. In the first 12 months of operating out of a tiny studio (only 57 square metres), Eurovision International TV Company produced 38 evangelistic programmes, covering 75% of the Ukraine with David's weekly broadcast on regional terrestrial TV channels.

All David's webcasts, documentaries and TV programmes can be viewed online at www.eurovisiontv.org.uk

For David's TV schedule please click here.



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Poland, September 2014

Poland, September 2014
We were looking for the impossible - and yet on one day alone in that massive park, the largest nature park in Europe, up to 70,000 who entered the park passed through under the sound of the Gospel! We distributed all 100,000 of our specially printed evangelistic brochures - we ran out! The participating TV companies estimated that 25-30,000 people were in the venue, (designed to hold up to 30,000 people at a time), and according to the TV crews, the attendance in the park changed about 3 times during the day. It was not like a church or stadium meeting with a constant number of people - i ...

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