Good News TV builds Television Station in Yuma, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.
The Good News TV Team came to Yuma the first week of December to construct a new television station there. View the photos of the construction progress. Despite obstacles when the transmitter was rejected by customs and delays in getting a temporary transmitter, the Lord blessed and the transmitter arrived just in time to be dedicated to God and now viewers in Yuma can scan for digital stations and tune to channels 39-1, 39-2, 39-3, and 39-4.
Good News TV is now on the air in Payson ch 38, Prescott ch 32 and Flagstaff.ch 19 and Yuma ch 39. Viewers will need to rescan for channels to receive Good News TV in these areas. GNTV Program Guide.
To learn more about Good News TV visit them at: http://www.MyGoodNewsTV.com. You may view Good News TV live on their site by clicking on the TV image or "WATCH NOW" in the top right corner of their website. Pacific Union Recorder Article Link.
Antenna Tower Site Transmit Antenna Heading Up
Tower Crew securing Antenna Leland Preston working on STL tower
Moses Working Inside Rack Rack Interior STL Tower with inspector bird on top
Leland installing cable terminations Yuma Central SDA Church Baptistry
Yuma Central Pastor George Boundey and Luke Skelton Luke Skelton, GNTV director presenting GNTV on the screen
Luke Skelton demonstrates GNTV live on the air Susan and Luke Skelton sharing GNTV
Pastor Boundey dedicating the station to God
Gila Mountain Church Pastor
Mel Phillips prays for the ministry Luke Skelton, demonstrates GNTV TV Live at Gila Mountain Steve Denny
Sharing how God led in bringing the Transmitter to Yuma Luke and Susan Skelton sharing GNTV
Pastor Mel Phillips. Gila Mountain SDA Church dedicates the station to God.
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