PLEASE NOTE! A change has been made in the airing of the “NightLight Live” program with the General Conference President, TED WILSON. He will be discussing church unity with Prs Jim Gilley and CA Murray from 3ABN and Brad Thorpe from the Hope Channel. This special Live program will now air TODAY in the Australia/New Zealand time zones as follows: AWST: Thursday, August 9 - 9:00am. ACST: Thursday, August 9 - 10:30am. AEST: Thursday, August 9 - 11:00am. NZST: Thursday, August 9 - 1:00pm.
This Friday night and Sabbath morning (10 and 11 August, 2012), a 3ABN Today interview with John and Rosemary Malkiewycz, 3ABN Australia General Manager and Assistant, will be aired. This interview updates you on the progress of the 3ABN Australia Media Centre building project, and other exciting news from Australia and New Zealand. We encourage you to tune in and watch this interview, or if you are unable to, record it to watch later! The times for this interview in your timezones are: Western Australia (AWST) Friday 10/8: 9:00pm Sabbath 11/8: 3:00am and 10:00am South Australia/Northern Territory (ACST) Friday 10/8: 10:30pm Sabbath 11/8: 4:30am and 11:30am Eastern Australia/PNG (AEST/PGT) Friday 10/8: 11:00pm Sabbath 11/8: 5:00am and 12:00pm New Zealand (NZST) Sabbath 11/8: 1:00am, 7:00am and 2:00pm
This year’s Adventist-laymen’s Services and Industries (ASI) International Convention is approaching quickly, and you’re invited to join in the excitement! Their theme this year is “It’s Time…To Be About Our Father’s Business,” and we’re sure you’ll rarely meet a group of Christians more excited about sharing Christ in the marketplace! Speakers this year include Shawn Boonstra, John Bradshaw, Mark Finley, Steve Wohlberg, Kameron DeVasher, Dr Neil Nedley, and Ted N. C. Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church. In addition, you’ll hear reports from every corner of this world as ASI members share exciting details about how they’re reaching out to those who still don’t know about Jesus. Music is always a big part of every ASI Convention, as are large number of children of all ages who are learning and sharing about Jesus through various programs. If you get excited when witnessing about Jesus, then you won’t want to miss this year’s ASI International Convention—live from Cincinnati, Ohio, beginning Thursday, 9 August at 9:00 a.m. AEST.
This Sunday afternoon, August 5, 2012, a special 3ABN Australia Today program will air on 3ABN International. The program features Pr David Down with Michael and Carie Browning. Michael is Pr Down's successor with his archaeological work. They will be speaking about their magazine Archaeological Diggings. We hope you will all watch the program and subscribe to this valuable evangelistic tool so we can keep it in circulation. We are sure you will enjoy the program and ask that you let other 3ABN viewers know about it. It is the first interview program produced by 3ABN Australia. Your comments are welcome. The times for viewing for your timezones are: Western Australia (AWST) Sunday 5/8: 3:00pm and 9:00pm Monday 6/8: 3:00am and 10:00am South Australia/Northern Territory (ACST) Sunday 5/8: 4:30pm and 10:30pm Monday 6/8: 4:30am and 11:30am Eastern Australia/PNG (AEST/PGT) Sunday 5/8: 5:00pm and 11:00pm Monday 6/8: 5:00am and 12:00pm New Zealand (NZST) Sunday 5/8: 7:00pm Monday 6/8: 1:00am, 7:00am and 2:00pm
Update (11:25 am, 20 July 2012): If you are not receiving 3ABN on your satellite, please turn off the power switch on the wall for your satellite receiver for a few seconds and then turn it back on (reboot), and 3ABN should return. If this does not resolve the issue, please contact GlobeCast Australia on (02) 8258 7966 for assistance. Thank you. ------ Many 3ABN viewers in Australian and New Zealand have been experiencing reception issues since early this morning, including no signal, or a frozen picture. We have made enquiries to the satellite provider company in Sydney, and they have informed us that they performed an upgrade on equipment that sends our signal, as well as the signal for NHK World, to the satellite at 2 am AEST. It was expected that the upgrade would not cause any issues, and thus they did not inform us before-hand. Unfortunately, this was not the case.
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