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With offices in Silver Spring, Maryland, the Hope Channel is the official television network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Committed to sharing the hope of Jesus Christ, as well as the distinctinctive Adventist message, Hope Channel has six multi-language channels broadcasting to every inhabited continent on the planet. Its internationally diverse programming is carred by direct-to-home satellite, cable, television stations, and the internet.
The Church Channel includes programming which is oriented to Adventist church members in North America, including more specifc church funtions and meetings. Stay up to date on what is going on with the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Three Angels Broadcasting Network, is a 24-hour, multi-lingual, television and radio network. Based in West Frankfort, Illinois, 3ABN is the second largest Christian network in North America. The broadcast signal reaches every inhabited continent. The name is based on the message of the three angels in Revelation 14, which Adventists feel is the final warning message to our rebellious and dying planet.
Loma Linda Broadcasting Network, a viewer-supported television ministry, is based in Loma Linda, California, that reaches every inhabited continent. Dedicated to helping people find health, happiness and wholeness, LLBN shares Christ's love through a variety of lifestyle, inspirational, family, and musical prgrams via its three 24/7 language networks, English, Arabic, and Chinese.
LifeTalk Radio has a range of Christian programing for adults and children, including Bible Study, Creation information, and music. LifeTalk Radio reaches out to men and women, empathizing with them, ministering to their needs, winning their confidence, and leading them to Jesus!