Vision 2020, A Show that will Sharpen your Understanding

In the advent of a rising number of false prophets, increased misinformation, and an increased number of non-churchgoers, Vision 2020 is a necessary and much-needed show for believers and non-believers alike. It is timely, relevant, thought-provoking, educational, conversation starting and a breath of fresh air.

The show is hosted by Wariara Ngige and Mark Bichachi.

Mark is a truth seeker who believes in the application of the word of God. He is also a Communication Strategist, Political Analyst, Change Strategist, Speaker and Writer.

“One thing that’s common with Shakahola and all other religious deceptions is the fact that people have not been empowered to think for themselves, interpret scripture correctly, and learn how scripture works,” he says, adding that Vision 2020 is about making sure that people no longer perish because they lack knowledge.

Mark is convinced that God is not silent concerning the world around us. In the show, a topic like Maandamano, for example, will be analyzed not only from a constitutional and civil rights perspective but also from a biblical angle. This is because the Bible is rich with information that we can use to inform theological, political, and social questions.

Derived from 20/20 vision, which is the ability to see an object clearly from 20 feet away, Vision 2020 is an eye-opening show that will be airing on Family T.V. starting this June.

The show invites viewers to question their ideas and belief systems and seek clarity in God’s word. This will be achieved by bringing conversations that many are already having in their living rooms, classrooms, gatherings, online, and among friends and family to a screen near you.

Viewers of Vision 2020 can expect to have their ideas and belief systems challenged, to find knowledge and clarity on popular and unpopular matters of life, to get a better understanding of God’s will for humanity and believers, and even to heal from the hurt that has so often been caused by the church. It’s a show that goes deeper, like the Bereans did in the Bible.

ACT 17:10 As soon as it was night, the believers sent Paul and Silas away to Berea. On arriving there, they went to the Jewish synagogue. 11 Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true. 12 As a result, many of them believed, as did also a number of prominent Greek women and many Greek men.

Some of the topics to be explored are wokeism, Tithing, Generational Curses, Church Leadership, the Grace of God and Place of Women in church and society. These topics are informed by what is happening out there. The show sheds light on them from different angles to inform and empower those conversations.

“It’s not that we know all the truth, but if you add information to a debate, you enrich that debate. Our aim is to enrich ongoing debates and put perspective on what’s currently running through the minds of Kenyans, churches, and political circles.” Mark

Stay tuned to Family TV for Vision 2020! Coming this June.


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