LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — On the 10th anniversary of the tragic events of 9/11, Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) — the world’s largest religious broadcaster and a favorite with millions of viewers across six continents — will honor September 11th with special programming. Numerous shows will air throughout the weekend. Here are some highlights:
A Reason to Remember is a tribute to 9/11 and this country’s ability to unite and triumph over adversity. Narrated by Joni Sledge with interviews from emergency workers at 9/11, survivors and families of victims share how even in the worst of times God is in control and watches over his children. It airs Saturday, September 10th from 8:00PM until 9:00PM and Sunday, September 11th from 2:00AM until 3:00AM.
Heroes Among Us — Miracles Around Us examines the true stories of survival that defy explanation, and some of the heroic deeds that have moved the world to tears. Firsthand accounts from survivors bring these miraculous stories to life, and cause even skeptics to believe that the world is still filled with wonderful possibilities. It airs Saturday, September 10th from 11:00PM until 12:00AM and Sunday, September 11th from 10:00PM until 11:00PM.
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 asked, “Where was God on September 11th?” Heroes of Flight 93 helps to uncover the answer. It airs Sunday, September 11th from 7:00PM until 8:00PM.
Day of Miracles recounts the one day that will be forever burned into the hearts of every American: the fateful event on 9/11 when the Twin Towers collapsed. Some people remember their feelings on the day that President John F. Kennedy was shot. Others remember December 7, 1941, when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. But today everyone in American will remember September 11th, 2001. Day of Miracles isn’t about the terrorists or getting even; it’s about the miraculous events that occurred on and around this unforgettable time in history. It airs Sunday, September 11th from 1:00AM until 2:00AM and again from 9:00PM until 10:00PM.
The Cross and The Towers — (WDC Media PR -TOP PICK!) September 11, 2001- A day that will never be forgotten. A day when ordinary men and women would face the unbelievable, and experience what few ever dreamed or thought possible: A terrorist attack in the Heart of New York City claiming nearly three thousand lives and leaving a scene of incomprehensible destruction.—- As rescue and recovery began, even the most devout men and women would question their faith and ask themselves, “Where is God in all this?”—- 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 others saw it as miraculous. The media noted its’ appearance and newspaper and television reporters south to see it for themselves. As weeks turned into months, the location known as “God’s House” became a sanctuary in the midst of sorrow, and the cross — a dynamic symbol of hope.—- Follow the lives of seven individuals whose lives were changed forever — not only by the horrific day of September 11, but by the stunning symbol of hope they found in a cross of steel, buried beneath the twin towers.—- Now you can see and hear the human story of Hope in the midst of devastation — a story that has never been told.—- This moving program airs on 9/11 at 12:00 AM and again at 8:00 PM
*** Monday Special Programming *** : Direct from Dodgers Stratum in Los Angeles: Paul Crouch Jr., will act as host for a very special Praise The Lord show on Monday at 7:00 PM, featuring Harvest Crusade’s Greg Laurie and others . . . Expect to be inspired!
Air times are PST. The schedule is subject to change without notice.