TBN India

With over 1.2 billion people, India is the second largest nation on the face of the earth. It’s also one of the ripest harvest fields for the gospel, and a prime target for Christian television. Of course, this vast nation was a high priority for Paul and Jan Crouch from the very day they founded Trinity Broadcasting Network. “We knew from the start that establishing a presence throughout India would be a priority for TBN,” recalled Paul Crouch. “And when we first started beaming Christian television into this country, it was a time of great joy.”

 Today, untold millions of individuals and families tune in every day to TBN’s flagship network, along with its three other popular 24-hour channels: JCTV, the music and action sports network geared for teens and young adults; the Church Channel, featuring church services and ministry programs from around the world; and Smile of a Child TV, the exclusive kids network for kids ages two to 12.

 “Through TBN God has empowered us to realize Christ’s promise that we would be His witnesses to the ‘uttermost part of the earth,’” said Dr. Crouch. “TBN India is helping that happen.”

 You can visit TBN New Australia at www.tbnasia-india.org. And to find out more about TBN log on to www.tbn.org, and visit us at our TBN Facebook page.

4 Responses to TBN India

  1. Joshua Hughes says:

    I’m sure many are coming to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ all because of what Paul Crouch is doing.

  2. Andrew Decker says:

    Thumbs up Paul Crouch!

  3. Princess Sakina says:

    Hello paul i am praying for your ministry and your dedication to reach india i have many new friends on fb from india speaking many differant laduages i am very greatful at the work your doing to spread the salvation message to many people in india i would like to help suport in share Jesus in india finanicaly please let me know how thank Jesus for you brother Paul keep up the good work keeping you in prayers brother. if you have news letter on india and how it is doing

  4. Jacob James says:

    I had been watching TBN from time to time on Indian cable network. So disappointing that they don’t retain the channel. I would really lkie to know if TBN is regularly featuring on any Indian DTH network?

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