Jan Crouch on TBN’s “Praise the Lord”: There Is Healing and Hope for Those Suffering With Depression

Award-winning Gospel Music composer Kurt Carr joined Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Jan Crouch on TBN’s “Praise the Lord” music, ministry, and talk show recently to talk about depression. It’s no secret that tens of millions of Americans suffer with this debilitating mental, emotional, and spiritual affliction — including millions of Christians. But these two strong servants of God declared that depression is no match for the blood of Jesus Christ. And they should know: both testified to walking through the deep, dark valley of depression, and coming out the other side through the mercy of Jesus.

Watch this powerful and unforgettable extended TBN video clip as Kurt Carr tells how God began the deliverance process for him one night as he flipped on the television and saw Jan Crouch give her unforgettable testimony of gaining God’s freedom over depression. And then watch on as Jan herself recalls with deep emotion the story of that healing — and how her testimony has impacted countless men and women over the years.

This is a TBN video you’ll share with family and friends.

God’s Love for Us Is Downright Scandalous! Watch This Powerful Video

Have you ever felt unworthy to be called God’s child, that you somehow fall far short of the standard that goes with being one of God’s own? Well, you are not alone. In fact, no one can ever rise to the standard of holiness and perfection that defines God’s nature. Only Jesus did, and that is the reason He could die for our sins and rise again for our justification before the Creator of the Universe.

The truth about our standing before God without the shed blood of Jesus would make most of us turn away in shame and humiliation. But Jesus has embraced us, just like Hosea embraced Gomer, the prostitute God called him to take for his wife.

Pastor, teacher, and author Preston Sprinkle talks about that “scandalous” type of love that defines Jesus’ affection for us. Watch this powerful TBN video with Preston Sprinkle and Leon Fontaine. It will change your life!

What’s One Easy Thing You Can Do as a Christian? Love the Lost!

Ron and Judy Radachy have an impacting outreach to men and women on the streets of Hollywood, ministering to prostitutes, drug addicts, homeless, and gang members in this city where just about anything goes.

Recently Ron and Judy were guests on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” ministry and talk show, where Ron told an incredibly moving story about how a member of the Crips, a notorious and violent street gang, came to Christ through their ministry, all because they simply showed him the love of Jesus.

And guess where that man is today? Watch this powerful TBN video …

Warren the Fire-Breathing Evil Clown Got Saved — But Here’s What Happened Next!


Vince Antonucci is the pastor of Verve Church, an untraditional congregation that reaches out to people who work and live around the Vegas Strip in “Sin City.”

Recently on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” talk show, Vince told the story of Warren, an actor who plays a fire-breathing evil clown in a Vegas show, and who decided to go to Verve one Sunday — to disrupt the service and close down the church.

But something incredible happened instead. Warren found a God who loved him enough to send His Son to die for Warren’s sin and brokenness. Warren ultimately gave his life to Christ — and what happened next will blow you away.

Watch this incredible TBN video as Vince Antonucci tells the amazing story.

Do You Want to Hear the Most Famous “White Spiritual” Ever Composed? Listen On!

Wintley Phipps recently introduced a well-known song on Trinity Broadcasting Network by playing its unforgettable melody on just the black keys. “There were white composers who worked with this scale, and in early America they used to call this the ‘slave scale,’” Wintley explained of the notes used in the song. “And I’m going to play for you what some musicologists think is the most famous ‘white spiritual’ built on the ‘slave scale’— or just the black notes.”

He then proceeded to play this song on just the black notes of the piano, and after couple of notes the entire audience recognized the song — an old, old, hymn — and began to sing its beloved words.

Watch this moving video as Wintley Phipps goes on to tell the incredible story behind this hymn that literally the whole world has heard.