The goal of Andrew Womack is to reach as many people as possible with the love of God and message of grace and faith. He doesn’t measure the success of the ministry by the number of tapes distributed, books sold or offerings received.
The real rewards, and proof that God is alive and working in people’s lives, are the many testimonies he receives from the people impacted by his teachings.
Thirty-two years ago a man had an encounter with God that changed his life forever. Today, he shares that experience with thousands of people all over the world.
Why TLN Airs This Show
Andrew Wommack is a bible teacher of bible teachers. Andrew is an American Conservative Evangelical Christian TV evangelist, a Charismatic teacher and faith healer, as well as the founder of Andrew Wommack Ministries in 1978, and Charis Bible College in 1994. We are grateful to offer this program each weekday on TLN as part of our morning ministry block.
In 1976, the Lord impressed Andrew and Jamie to go to Childress, Texas, and minister. Even though they didn’t know a single person, they went, rented a building, and held a three-day meeting. Six people attended the first meeting, and over the next three days, the crowd grew to about thirty-five. Miracles took place and people were excited about the Word of God, but Andrew received another offer to minister in Oklahoma and decided to leave Childress.
The first Gospel Truth television broadcast aired January 3, 2000 on the INSP network, which had about 20 million subscribers. It was an instant hit, as measured by the tremendous viewer response. In the summer of 2000, the Lord opened the door to broadcast on the God Channel of Europe, with a potential viewing audience of 176.8 million. The footprint of that satellite signal covers Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Russia, Scandinavia, and the U.K. Then in January of 2002, the Gospel Truth began airing on the DayStar Network, which has a potential viewing audience of nearly 100 million across America. Programs are now seen on cable, satellite, and local television stations.