Telethon Hosts and Guests:
March CTN telethon:
Pastor Jim Raley and his music minister (Monday)
Pastor Wanda Rolon (our CTNi station manager) (Weds)
Laverne and Edith Tripp (Thur)
Kelli and Charles Vance (Fri)
Rodney Howard Browne or Richard Roberts (Tues)
CTN's diversified programs are representative of a local and national interdenominational mix which feature a wide variety of inspirational programming that appeals to a broad cross section of viewers in the communities we serve.
Since its inception, one of CTN's main goals has been to work with local churches to provide help for needy families. The CTN Community Ministries Department, partnering with local churches, has provided food, clothing, shelter, and financial assistance to thousands of needy families in our community. In addition to helping to meet the physical and financial needs of families, the CTN Community Ministries Department also strives to meet the spiritual needs of families by providing trained prayer partners who answer viewer calls for help and prayer 24 hours a day.
Souls, Souls, Souls...
CTN is about souls. The programs that are produced in the CTN studios keeps that in mind when they address every taping. We want you to know that when you support CTN your assuring that the network remains on the air and that CTN continues to produce quality Christian programs that feed the soul and educates the viewing audience.
We are Family...
“Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household,” -Ephesians 2:19
CTN as a network pulls together 15 stations across the US to work together in spreading the gospel. Through original programs and community involvement we seek to partner with the christian community as one big family of believers. We are His children and our viewers are our bothers and sisters.
A ministry to the "least of these" Children's Home of Love ministry started in 2003 and is now home to twenty one children. Located in South Asia nested between China and India. Nepal has an estimated population of 28,951,547people (2010).
CTN's goal was then and is today to raise and educate the children of Nepal free of the Hindu and Buddhist religion that dominates the culture, and raise up leaders that would seek God and change the state of the country from within.