Brand New Joni and Friends TV Episodes!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Aug. 16, 2012
  • What's New in Our Store

Joni drawing with her mouthHave you tuned in to see the latest Joni and Friends TV episodes? We’ve completed four brand new episodes that are available for you to watch online or on your local station. In Painting for God's Pleasure, Joni tells how God has used her wheelchair as the frame to showcase His gospel through her life and art. In The Mystery of Prayer, hear from Ken Tada and two other families as they share the sustaining power of prayer in their most difficult and frightening situations. Meet a young man with Down syndrome who has discovered and developed a unique talent in Christian Royal: In the Potter's Hands. And don’t miss the 2-part episode Haiti...Despair and Hope as we follow Wheels for the World to Haiti after the cataclysmic earthquake. Suffering is eased as therapists provide wheelchairs and share the Gospel in word and deed. Tune in online or on NRB: DIRECTV Monday, 11:30am ET and Friday, 7:00pm ET, channel 378. NRB also airs on SkyAngel, channel 181. See the full broadcast schedule to find a local station near you!


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Hi Joni, just wanted to share my family with you. We have adopted a pre-verbal little boy that will be 8 years old this week. We received him into our family at 3 days old. I have written a book entitled One Million Babies, for others to read about how this little boy has changed our lives and pointed us to God. Please contact me, so that you can feature this book on one of your shows, it will bless your heart. Grandma Gale Duran
  • Nov. 22, 2014
  • 12:35 p.m.
  • Gale Duran
verry nice !
  • March 20, 2013
  • 6:18 p.m.
  • cristi
When I was growing up I was taught that everyone has a disability, some are just more visible than others. ow that my dad is 80yrs.old he wears a hearing aid. Dad used to joke that my mom is left handed.Mom wears glasses,but then again most of our family does. my youngest sister has chrones disease.And me, I have dystonia. But we have all of these thingsand yet I still beleive that God never gives us any more than what we can handle.And I find it kind of hard to get my sister to see that.Thank you for reading this Ireally enjoy and appreciate what you are doing for all of us.
  • Sept. 4, 2012
  • 9:53 a.m.
  • NanceePhelan