TBN will no longer air Kenneth Copeland's Believers Voice of Victory as from October 2020

Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) has announced that it will no longer air Kenneth Copeland's Believer's Voice of Victory. 

This brings to an end a relationship that has spanned over 40 years. 

According to Kenneth Copeland in a blog post to his partners, 

"For 40 years, Kenneth Copeland Ministries has been privileged and honored to partner with TBN in preaching the gospel to the world! From the beginning of our friendship, the Crouch family has been a blessing to our ministry, and to Gloria and me personally.

How grateful we are for TBN founders, Dr. Paul and Jan Crouch, as well as for Matt and Laurie Crouch, who took the helm after Paul and Jan went to be with The LORD.

Recently, Matt let me know they believe The LORD is taking TBN in a new direction, and our daily program, Believer’s Voice of Victory (BVOV), isn’t really a fit for their future programming. Therefore, as of Oct. 2, 2020, the BVOV broadcast will no longer air on TBN."

In a statement emailed to The Christian Post recently, TBN Marketing Director Nate Daniels said the removal of Copeland's programs was in line with a new vision for TBN under the leadership of Matt and Laurie Crouch.

“As a part of this transition we chose to move away from telethons, upgraded to HD, expanded our streaming platforms, forged partnerships with family brands like K-LOVE, Museum of the Bible and others, and have replaced some programs with new original content from voices like Christine Caine, Mike Huckabee, Mike Rowe and more.” 

Daniels also explained that it was “a very difficult decision” to drop Copeland and that programming by Steven Furtick of Elevation Church will replace “Believer’s Voice of Victory.”

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