Christian television station Emmanuel TV’s YouTube channel has passed the one million subscriber mark, making it the most watched Christian ministry online.
Launched in 2006 by TB Joshua, founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations, it aims to follow three principles: changing lives, changing nations and changing the world.
Emmanuel TV has attracted viewership in a number of territories, including Australia, Europe, Africa, South America, Asia and North America.
Although the station’s programmes come in different languages, each language has its own YouTube channel. This diversity has amounted to the TV station attracting a total of 1.4 million subscribers and more than 500 million views.
Despite the fact Emmanuel TV airs its Sunday services live weekly, it also airs documentaries on social issues such as unemployment, education, migration and deportation and other related Nigerian stories.
The station also broadcasts other Christian programmes, such as Standard for Life, Prayer for Viewers, World Prophecies, Changing Lives Interviews, Christian Cartoon Series for Children and Musical Renditions from Emmanuel TV Singers.
The television station’s humanitarian arm provides charitable assistance to prisons, rehabilitation centres and flood victims around the world.
TB Joshua is also the executive producer of Emmanuel TV.