From the Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network – For Immediate Release
Contact: Pamela Christian
Phone: 877 588-1664, Cell: 714 624-0914
ORANGE, CA (ANS – August 11, 2015) — Dan Wooding, an award-winning author, broadcaster and journalist, brings his 45 years of reporting from all over the world for ASSIST News Service to The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network (http://hsbn.tv/).
When the program was not able to be launched according to plan, the network Founder and CEO, Bishop Andrew Bills quipped, “Is it any wonder that the enemy of God, who seeks to persecute Christians, would attempt to prevent the release of the first program?”
“We are under a mandate to share the gospel message of Jesus Christ, around the world,” declares Bills. “While we are angered that our perfectly planned launch date of Windows on the World has been sabotaged by a myriad of technical difficulties that we have never before experienced, we firmly believe this gives evidence of the power and potential of this program to set persecuted Christians free.”
Press coverage indicated that Windows on the World would have its premier broadcast August 10, 2015 on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network.
“Everything was in place to make this happen as of August 5, 2015” explains host Pam Christian. “It’s absolutely incredible the problem after problem we’ve experienced. But we refuse to allow the enemy of God, and therefore the enemy of those who belong to God, to defeat us. Instead, once we have the program ready to broadcast, we will broadcast it every day for at least a week, making our devotion to our persecuted brothers and sisters clarion clear!”
We are especially glad to be partnering with Dan Wooding and his respected media organization, ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net), with program content that reveals the unconscionable realities that persecuted Christians face around the world where Christianity is not accepted,” Bills states. “We will not cave in the face of opposition. Rather we will embrace the upset as confirmation that we are poised to make a tremendous difference in the lives of Christians world-wide.”
The first program is now expected to be online for viewers to watch on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, and includes Dan sharing about some of the highlights of his long career in journalism and broadcasting, including the time he interviewed Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India, and how he left the British tabloids to co-author a book with Ray Barnett called “Uganda Holocaust” (Zondervan), which is now considered the book of record on the terrible eight-years of misrule of Idi Amin, when an estimated 300,000 Christians were murdered by him and his thugs. It was while researching the book in Uganda that Dan felt the call of the Lord to dedicate the rest of his life to be a voice for persecuted Christians.
Dan Wooding, now an advocate of persecuted Christians, 74, was born in Nigeria of British missionary parents. He began his journalistic career in 1968 with Billy Graham’s British newspaper, The Christian in London, England, and has worked for two of Great Britain’s largest circulation newspapers, the Sunday People and the Sunday Mirror, as well as being a London correspondent for the National Enquirer.
While still living in London, he was also an interviewer for BBC Radio 1 in London. Dan is one of the world’s most-traveled journalists and has earned many awards for his work. He is also the author 45 books.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Dan Wooding or Bishop Andrew Bills, please call Pam Christian at 714 624-0914 or email Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo captions: 1) Dan Wooding with Mother Teresa back in 1975 when he interviewed her at her Missionaries of Charity headquarters in Calcutta, India. 2) Cover of “Uganda Holocaust”. 2) Dan chatting with Billy and Ruth Graham at their home in Montreat, North Carolina. Dan started his career with Mr. Graham’s British newspaper, The Christian, and has been part of his media team in Russia, Germany and Puerto Rico, for his outreaches.
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