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Mission Statement



HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
The International Sunday School television broadcast was a vision of Rev. Clay Evans who believed that the Broadcast Ministers' Alliance of Chicago had a responsibility to provide Christian Education in addition to airing regular Sunday worship services. Rev. Evans challenged the members of the BMAC to develop and season a weekly television broadcast of the International Sunday School lesson. A broad base of believers views the program across lines of race, denomination and age.

FORMAT

The Sunday school lesson is produced and aired in a magazine format similar to the historic "Sunday Evening Club".   It provides the Sunday viewing audience with life application and analysis of scripture from the vantage point of Sunday school teachers, pastors, seminarians, seminary professors, Christian Educators and other bible scholars.
Rev. Janette C. Wilson hosted the first broadcast of the Sunday School Lesson in 1992, with Deacon Estes Evans, (the deceased, brother of Rev. Clay Evans) as her first guest.  The original, camera crew, and the participants were all volunteers organized by Deacon James Dixon who served as the program's first producer. During the first six months, interest in the program began to swell among the churches and pastors began to participate.   The program is divided into three segments:

•    Sunday School Lesson
•    Ministry in Action/Health Ministry
•    “Youth Talk Back”
COVERAGE

The International Sunday School Program has grown from vision to reality based upon the faith of a few and the power of GOD. The International Sunday School Broadcast currently airs weekly over Chicago Cable Channel 25 on Sunday mornings at 7:00 AM in Chicago, and  soon to be returning to  WJYS TV every Friday night at 11:00 PM in Illinois and Northwest, Indiana.   The viewing audience represents a cross section of Christian faith groups. The program can be viewed on both Chicago Cable 25 (Comcast Broadband).  The panel of presenters includes various Christian denominations and features internationally known religious leaders.


HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

The International Sunday School television broadcast was a vision of Rev. Clay Evans who believed that the Broadcast Ministers' Alliance of Chicago had a responsibility to provide Christian Education in addition to airing regular Sunday worship services. Rev. Evans challenged the members of the BMAC to develop and season a weekly television broadcast of the International Sunday School lesson. A broad base of believers views the program across lines of race, denomination and age.

FORMAT

The Sunday school lesson is produced and aired in a magazine format similar to the historic "Sunday Evening Club".   It provides the Sunday viewing audience with life application and analysis of scripture from the vantage point of Sunday school teachers, pastors, seminarians, seminary professors, Christian Educators and other bible scholars.
Rev. Janette C. Wilson hosted the first broadcast of the Sunday School Lesson in 1992, with Deacon Estes Evans, (the deceased, brother of Rev. Clay Evans) as her first guest.  The original, camera crew, and the participants were all volunteers organized by Deacon James Dixon who served as the program's first producer. During the first six months, interest in the program began to swell among the churches and pastors began to participate.   The program is divided into three segments:
•    Sunday School Lesson
•    Ministry in Action/Health Ministry
•    “Youth Talk Back”
COVERAGE

The International Sunday School Program has grown from vision to reality based upon the faith of a few and the power of GOD. The International Sunday School Broadcast currently airs weekly over Chicago Cable Channel 25 on Sunday mornings at 7:00 AM in Chicago, and  soon to be returning to  WJYS TV every Friday night at 11:00 PM in Illinois and Northwest, Indiana.   The viewing audience represents a cross section of Christian faith groups. The program can be viewed on both Chicago Cable 25 (Comcast Broadband).  The panel of presenters includes various Christian denominations and features internationally known religious leaders.