While focusing on reaching out to the children of a destitute nation, Martine unveils the significance of bringing the gospel to the underaged and underprivileged.
Launched in 2011, the reality-based TV show Global Ventures has been broadcast on 10 television networks reaching over 150 countries. You may watch all of our previous episodes online, or check your local listings if you have one of the following channels: GOD TV, Daystar, JUCE TV (TBN), Inspiration TV (INI), Alma Vision, Boas Novas (Brazil), CNL TV (Russia), Christian Television Network (CTN), Cornerstone TeleVision Network (CTVN), REVtv.
Certain team members uncover the dark, startling truth of child trafficking and explore the delicate and intense work of those who manage to rescue children before it’s too late.
The most effective methods of ministry in Buddhist-strong Thailand are revealed as the team explains how the deep barriers of culture and religion can be broken.
The GV interns show the behind-the-scenes reality of challenging students at a youth camp with something more than an average summer away from home.
A small, select team traverses up a Nicaraguan river in search of the remote people of the Miskito Coast, an area rampant with witchcraft.
John and Martine journey for the first time with their two sons on a GV trip. The boys must overcome their young shyness as the family tackles overseas ministry together.
The GV Team reaches out into the prisons, schools, and trash dumps of Mindanao’s unpredictable cities to bring hope to the people of the Philippines.
John and Blake travel alone to a Hindu area of northern India, encountering both individuals who seek the truth and thousands in need of inspiration.
The GV Team stands their ground at a mass crusade against Muslim extremists. Opposition flares and the Gospel must prove itself for the salvation of the lost.
The GV Team makes its way to the predominately Muslim capital of Niger to deliver the Gospel to an epicenter of Islamic radicals.