Emmanuel TV

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Emmanuel TV
Emmanuel TV Logo.jpg
Launched March 8, 2006
Owned by Emmanuel Global Network
Picture format 575i (SD - Africa)
480i (SD - US)
Slogan "Changing Lives, Changing Nations, Changing The World"
Country Nigeria
Language English
Broadcast area Africa
North/Central America
Parts of Europe
Headquarters The Synagogue Church Of All Nations
Lagos, Nigeria
Glorystar Christian Satellite
North America
Channel 110
Streaming media

Emmanuel TV is one of Africa's largest[citation needed] Christian television networks with headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria, founded by T.B. Joshua, Pastor of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).


Since its inception in 2006, Emmanuel TV has broadcast Christian programmes, stating that its mission is 'to preach the Good News to all mankind.' [1] Its playout centre is located in Johannesburg, South Africa.


Emmanuel TV broadcasts a range of programmes from The Synagogue, Church of All Nations, including live events such as the weekly SCOAN Saturday and Sunday Services and Wednesday healing services, international crusades with Pastor TB Joshua, extensive charitable activities,[2] messages claimed to be prophetic on both personal [3] and international levels,[4][5] claimed healing testimonies, regular teaching and preaching from TB Joshua and SCOAN Wisemen, and programs dedicated to youth and children.

These include:

  • Standard For Life - teaching with TB Joshua alongside miraculous healing and words of knowledge
  • God Is Still Saying Something - prophetic revelations from TB Joshua and their resulting confirmations
  • Leaders Of Tomorrow - talk-show showcasing youths with harrowing experiences for others to learn from
  • Aim High - messages from SCOAN Wisemen.

Special events such as the New Year's Eve Candlelight vigil and the thanksgiving of President John Atta Mills of Ghana at the SCOAN was also shown live on Emmanuel TV. The channel's motto is 'Changing lives, changing nations, changing the world.' T.B. Joshua has donated televisions to prisons and hospitals[Needy]so that they will be able to watch the Emmanuel TV broadcasts.[6][7]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Who We Are". TB Joshua. Emmanuel TV website. 
  2. ^ "'Indebted' Ghanaian Saved From Prostitution By TB Joshua". Modern Ghana. 2009-08-04. 
  3. ^ Njoku, Chukwu (2009-06-15). "Prophetic Birth: A Wednesday Wonder". All Voices. 
  4. ^ Njoku, Ihechukwu (2009-05-24). "Nigerian Prophet 'Saw' Roh's Death". Africa News. 
  5. ^ Njoku, Chukwu (2009-08-07). "Soaring On The Wings Of Providence". The Ghanaian Journal. 
  6. ^ T.B. Joshua Donates TV Sets To Khami Maximum Security Prison NewsDay, Sunday 12 June 2011
  7. ^ Prophet T.B. Joshua Makes Donation To Accra Psychiatric Hospital Ghana News Agency, Sunday, 11 December 2011