Amazing Facts

Amazing Facts is an American Christian ministry. Beginning as a single radio program in 1966 it has expanded into television programming, training, health, prophecy seminars and online Bible study ministries. Its theology is entirely that of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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Amazing Facts - Mergers
... In April 2007 it was announced that Amazing Facts and 3ABN would be merging However, in August 2007, after several months of review, Amazing Facts announced they will not merge with 3ABN due to ... On April 6, 2008 Amazing Facts announced a joint venture with Weimar Institute whereby the operations of Weimar Institute will be administered by Amazing ...
Historic Adventism - Organizations and People - Other Notable Historic Adventist People
... historic website Doug Batchelor - Speaker/Director of Amazing Facts A ... author of National Sunday Law Dennis Priebe (website) - Amazing Facts revivalist Joe Crews, who founded Amazing Facts in the United States Col Martens, of Steps ...
Media Ministries Of The Seventh-day Adventist Church - Radio
... Amazing Facts was founded in 1965 by Joe Crews in Baltimore, Maryland ... listeners via daily 15-minute programs by opening with a catchy historic fact, and how it applies to the overall Biblical messages ... In 1987, Amazing Facts initiated a television ministry ...

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