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Now, more than ever, the world needs the hope God is offering. For almost 65 years, It Is Written has been committed to sharing Jesus with the world through television evangelism. Your faithful support has allowed us to expand to print resources, mission trips, children's ministry, Spanish-language ministry, an online TV channel, and more. 

And now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we've expanded our reach again. Our Revelation Today: Hope Awakens series is groundbreaking in the field of online evangelism. Through your help, we've been able to reach thousands with hope. And the series isn't even finished yet!

That's why today, on #GivingTuesdayNow, a new day dedicated to giving back during our collective time of need, I'm asking you to help us continue the work of reaching souls for the kingdom. Thank you!
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Escrito Está Reaches Nearly 250,000

Between April 18-25, Pastor Robert Costa, speaker for the It Is Written Spanish ministry Escrito Está, shared hope with people in Mexico. Under quarantine orders himself, Robert Costa conducted an online evangelistic series for the North Mexican Union entitled El poder de la Esperanza (The Power of Hope) from his home. 
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Sabbath School Airing on IIW TV

Just as state law required people to stay home due to COVID-19, It Is Written began airing a weekly sermon and Sabbath School Bible study. I am joined by the authors of the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide, Dr. Michael Hasel and Dr. Frank Hasel, for an in-depth look at the lesson. After the study, I share a sermon from the Hope Awakens evangelistic series. The programs air weekly on It Is Written TV. 
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This week's episode

In rural England, a monument stands to one of the great heroes of the Reformation. He grew up far from the center of attention, but history remembers him as one of the giants. While others preached or developed doctrines, this man poured himself into translating and printing. His legacy? The Bible. Join John Bradshaw on location in England and explore the life of William Tyndale, the man who translated the Bible into English.

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