Consider the picture of the satellite and what John the “Revelator” envisioned when he wrote:
“And I saw another Angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting Gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, kindred, and tongue, and people.”
DBS—“SATELLITE TO HOME” TELEVISION
DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellites) is a new technology that will play a primary role in the fulfillment of the Great Commission to preach the Gospel directly to people around the Earth from the “midst of Heaven”, bypassing local broadcast and cable systems.
Dominion Video Satellite, a Christian controlled corporation, is one of a handful of companies to receive a license from the U.S. Government for this type of service to the entire Nation—a unique gift that God has given to His people.
Because of their high power and unique orbital slots, Dominion’s Direct Broadcast Satellites, which are now under construction, will be capable of transmitting up to eight separate channels of television programs directly to a small, inexpensive 24-inch dish shaped antenna placed on any home, business or apartment.
DOMINION—A NETWORK FOR CHRISTIANS BY CHRISTIANS
Dominion DBS is felt by many to be the platform God is building to provide His people with a cost effective television and radio network capable of reaching nearly any home on the North American continent without the expense and control associated with secular television stations and cable systems.
DBS will usher in a new era in Christian television and radio, and serve a need that has not been met through the secular broadcast industry.
UNITY AND SUPPORT FROM FAMILY AND RELIGIOUS BROADCASTERS
CBN, PTL and the new ACTS NETWORK programming will be featured on Dominion ...1
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