TBN Celebrates America’s Independence with Patriotic and Challenging Program Lineup

LOS ANGELES, For over 235 years “One Nation Under God” has defined the spirit of America’s greatness. And for nearly 40 years Trinity Broadcasting Network, America’s most-watch faith channel, has been a clarion voice calling individuals and families to the faith that long made America the “city on a hill” for the rest of the world. As the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day on July 4th, TBN is airing an extensive lineup of programs that will inspire and challenge viewers concerning America’s heritage of faith and freedom.

Among the programs TBN has planned for this unique American celebration are:

— The Glory of America. More than a depiction of one nation’s birth and struggle for independence, this TBN spectacular traces the roots of America’s liberty, beginning at Calvary and threading through the rich history of the Church as it ministers the freedom that only comes through faith in Christ. Airs July 1 and 2 (check here for broadcast times).

— Can Prayer Change America? Featuring interview with top Christian leaders, this sobering documentary analyzes the present plight of our nation in light of Scripture, and shows how concerted intercession by God’s people can help return America to wholeness and faith. Airs July 3 and 4 (check here for broadcast times).

— Let Freedom Ring. Featuring the big band sounds of Denver and the Mile High Orchestra, Let Freedom Ring is a musical celebration of America’s heritage of faith and freedom. Airs July 3, 4, and 6 (check here for broadcast times).

— America’s Godly Heritage. In this dramatic and moving program, noted historian David Barton offers solid historic evidence that America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles. Airs July 4 (check here for broadcast times).

In addition to these featured programs, TBN has a full schedule of other inspiring and patriotic specials to help viewers commemorate America’s faith and freedom. (Check TBN’s broadcast schedule for a full listing of all special programming.)

Dr. Paul Crouch, TBN’s founder and president, noted that while America has drifted from its foundations of faith in recent years, it is not too late to reclaim its righteous heritage for future generations. “God has promised to respond in mercy both to individuals and nations who turn to Him,” said Dr. Crouch. “As we have for the past four decades, TBN is committed to ministering that mercy across America and around the world.”