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The GOD Channel is officially on the air in Orlando—and its founders want to help you conquer your mountain.
Rory Alec, CEO of GOD TV, is hosting three broadcasts this week live from Orlando to launch the GOD Channel in Central Florida. The At The Altar broadcasts feature the Bay Revival with John Kilpatrick and Nathan Morris, with worship led by Lydia Stanley.
The Bay Revival team are at Calvary Assembly of God in Winter Park, Fla., to hold revival meetings that are being aired live around the world as part of the launch. Viewers are also being encouraged to send in their prayer requests to be prayed over by Alec and the Bay Revival team.
"GOD TV's theme for this year is 'Conquer Your Mountain' and we are here to serve our viewers and help them to find the breakthrough they're believing for," says Wendy Alec, GOD TV's director of television. "We want to pray for each viewer and their families, so we encourage all our viewers to participate in these broadcasts by watching and sending in their prayer requests."
The Bay Revival started in Mobile, Ala., in 2010 at Church of His Presence. Characterized by notable healing miracles, including that of Delia Knox, who is now walking after being paralyzed for more than 22 years, the revival has since taken to the road, touring several U.S. cities. It has been televised on the GOD Channel since November 2010 and is a favorite with viewers who love the beautiful worship and the opportunity to see God's miraculous power at work.
During a previous series of At The Altar broadcasts, live from Jerusalem with Morris last year, GOD TV received more than 20,000 prayer requests. This week's At The Altar broadcasts are expected to attract even more, especially with GOD TV's increased U.S. distribution.
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