Thanks to Teddy for making us aware of this article, about Andrew Kubala’s plans to host a new Christian TV show to demonstrate the power of the supernatural live. If you go to the link, you can hear Andrew Kubala talk about their plans, and below are the producers’ notes:
NOTES FROM THE PRODUCERS
Television is very different these days, we have a much wiser audience who have ‘seen it all’.
Todays television audiences are choosing reality TV over drama and other formats.
Australia’s number one show last year’s number was ‘Master Chef’ topping over 4.5 million viewers for their finale show.
Reality Television gives the viewer the opportunity to go on the journey with the participant.
We see ordinary people in extreme situations, giving the viewer an inside look into these peoples struggles and triumphs.
The viewer sees themselves in their shoes and lives the journey alongside them.
This concept is a perfect opportunity to show and demonstrate the power of the supernatural.
The idea is to showcase the prayer, the power of healing and words of knowledge in a television studio setting with a live audience. Then interviewing the person that was prayed for in a one on one interview immediately afterwards.
This interview would be edited together with the footage filmed in front of the live audience.
Hearing the story of the person as they are experiencing the ‘hand of God’ explained in their own words,
and also seeing the supernatural happen at the same time is a very powerful and convincing encounter.
To my knowledge this has not been attempted before on christian television or any television for that matter.
This will be pitched at the non believer but interested viewer.
This is a bold move for Andrew Kubala and his team, but I believe he has the passion and commitment to see this through.
His relaxed presentation approach and style is perfect for this medium.
I see this program as leading a shift in Christian Television programming.
In some ways, this is a risky move – but perhaps people would differ on where the risks are. What do you think of this groundbreaking kind of Christian television? What kind of impact is it likely to have? Is it a wise, exciting, foolish or cynical thing to do? Does it depend upon the viewer?
RavingPente – but item sent in by Teddy