On the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, Trinity Broadcasting Network memorializes America’s national tragedy with a weekend of programming focused on miracles and remembrance. “The tragedy of 9/11 is something that America will never forget,” said Paul Crouch, Sr., TBN’s founder and president. “At TBN our desire is to take time to remember this solemn day, and the thousands who were lost, with programs that highlight God’s presence in trouble, and the heroism that makes our nation stand out.”
Among the programs airing over the 9/11 weekend:
A Reason to Remember highlights the way in which the American people united and triumphed over the terrorism of September 11, 2001. Narrated by Joni Sledge with interviews from emergency workers on the scene of the terrorist attacks, survivors and families of victims share how God was present in the trying times they faced. Airs Saturday, September 10th at 8 p.m. and Sunday, September 11th at 2 a.m.
Heroes Among Us—Miracles Around Us examines true accounts of survival that defy explanation, and some of the heroic deeds that have held the world in awe. Firsthand accounts from survivors bring these miraculous stories to life, and will even the most hardened skeptic to acknowledge that the world is still filled with wonderful possibilities. Airs Saturday, September 10th at 11 p.m. and Sunday, September 11th at 10 p.m.
Heroes of Flight 93 tells the story of the heroic passengers who took back their plane in an effort to stop a 9/11 terrorist attack. Ordinary people became extraordinary through their love, sacrifice and faith. This is the untold story that was finally been pieced together after years of investigation. Many have asked, “Where was God on September 11th?” Airs Sunday, September 11th at 7 p.m.
Day of Miracles recounts the one day that will be forever burned into the hearts of millions of Americans: September 11, 2001, when the Twin Towers of the famed World Trade Center collapsed, killing over 3,000 innocent people. This touching show isn’t about the terrorists or getting even, but about the miraculous events that occurred on and around this unforgettable time in history. Airs Sunday, September 11th at 1 a.m. and 9 p.m.
The Cross and The Towers. As the rescue and recovery began at the site of the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001, even men and women of strong faith found themselves asking, “Where was God?” Yet in the midst of the devastation, an amazing discovery would bring hope when it was needed most. Two days after the towers fell, a cavern was found underneath world trade tower six, and inside, four perfectly formed crosses of steel stood amidst the wreckage. Some called it a mere phenomenon, but other saw it as a miraculous reminder that God was still in control. The Cross and the Towers follows seven individuals whose lives were changed forever—not only by the horrific events of 9/11, but by the stunning symbol of hope they found in a cross of steel, buried beneath the twin towers. Airs Sunday, September 11, at 12:00 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Broadcast times are PST. The schedule is subject to change without notice.
About Trinity Broadcasting Network
Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) is the world’s largest religious network and America’s most watched and requested faith channel. Each day TBN offers 24 hours of commercial-free inspirational programming that appeals to viewers from a wide variety of denominations and backgrounds. Beginning in 1973 as a single UHF station in southern California, TBN now reaches every major continent via 78 satellites and more than 18,000 television and cable affiliates worldwide. In the United States, TBN is available to 92 percent of the total households. Its website receives millions of visitors monthly. In addition to TBN, the network owns and operates ten networks, including the Church Channel, JCTV youth network, TBN Enlace USA Spanish language network, Smile of a Child children’s network, the Arabic language Healing Channel, and Nejat TV in Farsi. For more information on TBN, visit www.tbn.org and www.tbnnetworks.com.
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