'Faith Hope and Charity' includes numbers of sub-channels for Christian missions in Australia and in the USA. It is the first Missionary News Service with short video interviews.
Eighteen months ago Well-Being Australia chairman Mark Tronson, a Baptist minister, cricket and Olympic chaplain, was interviewed by IPTV Missionary News journalist Dan Wooding. This interview was subsequently placed on the ABC's 'Making of Modern Australia'.
Mark Tronson's interview was well received and he was invited to establish the 'Australian Missionary News IPTV' on the Australian 'Faith Hope and Charity' channel- a new form of Christian media.
To date there are over 40 short video interviews on the channel with people such as Greg Chappell (Cricket), Jeanine Treharne (Yachting), Gerry Gomez (Soccer), Basil Sellers (Businessman and Philanthropist), Ross Clifford (Author and Theologian), Andrew West (SMH Journalist), John Cleary (ABC Commentator) and Simon Manchester (Missions) and many others.
The channel is not only a Christian education medium. Recently, Well Being Australia has been using the station as a fund raising tool, selling art!!!
Tronson du Coudray is a missionary painter who produces art to raise funds for Well-Being Australia's Country Town Tour outreaches. In May and June this year a team of missionaries are heading off to Western Australia and the Northern Territory, requiring funding support.
To support these missions there are ongoing strategic art exhibitions like the May 2010 exhibition at the Horizons Gallery in Tweed Heads. The Basil Sellers Tweed Art Studio is also open and promoted in the Gold Coast Tourist Visitors Guide, but internet communication like Safeworlds is the way of the future and an exciting way to promote causes and educate the public.
The 'Well-Being Australia' channel now boasts the art works for sale of Tronson du Coudray and a short introductory video.
SafeWorlds IPTV is a business site with both products and services, totally secured by 'cyber separation' from the World Wide Web.
Like many sites today, it requires users to register for a password, but once into the system, navigation is simple. And in addition Well-Being Australia has a flyer with simple steps to view the art. It's free to register and enter the site.
On the web: www.safeworlds.net