The World To Come religious TV goes global

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The World To Come, David C. Pack's religious news broadcast with biblical commentary on current events and biblical prophecies has expanded exponentially. Next week, the broadcast will reach 200 more TV markets around the globe..

Currently ION airs "The World To Come" at 5 EST Wednesday mornings. The Restored Church of God. which produces the broadcast, organized a "fleet of geostationary satellites and a variety of cable operators across multiple continents." More than 200 new countries and territories will receive the broadcast in "virtually every time zone and multiple times per week."

"The World To Come" analyzes world news and explains Biblical prophecies "removing all mystery from current events and detailing biblical truths." The religious news broadcast also "answers life's greatest questions straight from the Bible." During the broadcast, Pastor Pack explains how "overwhelming global problems will finally be solved." Religiously, the world to come is a phrase that suggests the current world is cursed and that a better world is coming.

Next week, Europe, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, and South Africa will be able to view the program on Wednesday mornings. Australia, the Philippines, and Asia can watch it on Wednesday evenings. In North America, Central America, and the Caribbean, viewers will have an overnight Tuesday-Wednesday showing, which will supplement the existing U.S. Wednesday morning time slot. To round out the schedule, the program will also be broadcast Sunday mornings across Canada on Grace TV, starting February 17.

David C. Pack is the founder and Pastor General of the Restored Church of God, the Editor-in-Chief of The Real Truth magazine and voice of The World to Come program. Pack, the author of 80 books and booklets, has personally established over 50 congregations and has appeared as a guest on The History Channel.

"With all nations of Earth increasingly overwhelmed by a complicated and worsening array of difficulties confronting and challenging them, millions are wondering where world events are heading," Mr. Pack stated in a press release. "The newly expanded reach of The World to Come means the program's message of hope can now find its way into the homes of millions, bringing answers in terms heard nowhere else."

The Restored Church of God is headquartered in Wadsworth, Ohio and believes it brings the "ultimate message of hope to all nations. It has congregations in over 50 countries in 6 continents and distributes its message in seven languages across the globe.

Pack proffers that God uses earthquakes and volcanoes to serve his purpose and says the greatest periods of the world's volcanic and activity await the globe in the days ahead. Earthquakes and volcanoes will affect the stability and security of the whole world, Pack said on a broadcast last week.

Pack utilizes scientific facts--for example the population boom of the last two centuries and the densely populated regions of the earth that are more prone to earthquake activity-- to support his biblical interpretations and revelations. Pack then points to the bible, the New Testament, and explains scriptures where Jesus warned followers about signs of his return.

The suggestion that an Almighty God watches over the universe and inhabitants, and expresses displeasure and commands attention through climactic activity is evident in a recent Pack broadcast. As the world continues to suffer environmental catastrophes and looks for answers about why, Pack proffers those answers in a 30 minute broadcast and makes available free literature on other topics via a 1-800 number.

Check out Pack's discussion on earthquakes in the 20th and 21st centuries and their relationship between God's will and plans for his people by clicking this link here. Catch the ION broadcast on Wednesday mornings 5 a.m. EST


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