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  1. The inspiring testimony of Admiral Sir Horace Law GCB, OBE, DSC who as a young man in 1939 prepared to fight in the war at sea against Nazi Germany. 30 years later, this descendant of Admiral Nelson is himself an Admiral on HMS Victory.

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  2. Eddie Watt ran a succesful plumbing business. But an encounter with God on a stormy night changed all that. He became a commercial pilot and ended up taking his family to East Africa where he flew for Mission Aviation Fellowship. In 1995 he returned to his native Shetland Isles and has been flying for Loganair ever since.

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  3. The story of Emanuel Hospice in Romania. It was born out of a vision to bring the ethos of hospice care to the people of Ordea with life limiting diseases.

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  4. David Marfleet learned operational flying the hard way - with the Parachute Regiment in Northern Ireland, overseas in the desert, and later with the SAS.

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  5. His parents believe Bartholomew is a gift from God. Bartholomew Gee was born with arthrogryposis - a rare disability affecting muscles and joints - but is also highly gifted musically.

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The Christian Television Association or CTA was born out of a vision to present the ‘Great News for the Small Screen’ using the home video technology which emerged in the late 70’s.

Today that original vision has expanded beyond our wildest imagination as CTA programmes now have a global audience thanks to the latest digital and satellite technology. The message remains the same, but the means and methods of presenting


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The Christian Television Association or CTA was born out of a vision to present the ‘Great News for the Small Screen’ using the home video technology which emerged in the late 70’s.

Today that original vision has expanded beyond our wildest imagination as CTA programmes now have a global audience thanks to the latest digital and satellite technology. The message remains the same, but the means and methods of presenting it are continually being updated so as to be relevant to today’s media savy audiences.

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