Our COVID-19 Response

We are following CDC guidelines

As we navigate this pandemic together, Hope Channel wants you to know that we are following all CDC guidelines and best practices for COVID-19 safety. As you watch our programs, you will see our Hope Sabbath School students sitting side-by-side in the usual format.

We assure you that all episodes of Hope Sabbath School — and other programs — were pre-recorded before the current pandemic. Our episodes are taped on a quarterly basis and were filmed months prior to today.

All episodes were recorded before the pandemic

Hope Channel is taking every precaution. Virtually all of our staff have been working from home since mid-March..

The very few essential staff who are required to visit the studio follow strict procedures, as we continue to maintain vital operations and record new programs. We require that all staff wear masks when on-site, and maintain as much distance from each other as possible.

While following CDC guidelines, Hope Channel is continuing to provide fresh and relevant programming for you. We are working hard to bring you inspiration and hope through God’s word. Together, we can find comfort and strength in Jesus.

We continue to provide fresh programs

Hope Channel has also created a new live program called Hope at Home in response to the closure of churches and gathering places to worship. This special program features new guests every week including family counselors, psychologists, mental health and wellness doctors, and pastors who share God’s word. We invite you to join us Saturday and Sunday morning at 9 AM ET.

During the week, join us on Facebook every morning at 10a ET for Small Talk, Big God. It is an engaging conversation among dedicated followers of Jesus, about how they are dealing with the developing pandemic and finding peace in Him.

Hope at Home and Small Talk, Big God are just some of the ways that Hope Channel is continuing its mission to be a vessel of hope to all during these uncertain times.

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

Pr. Sam Neves shares a message of hope form the word of God.

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

In this segment, we relive what we learned in Hope At Home season 1. In this segment, we bring small pieces of the many interviews we had along this season. 95+ participants share hope and advice during these complicated moments of the COVID-19 world health pandemic. If you want to watch them again, go to hopetv.org/athome. Enjoy.

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

Together with Dr. Torben Bergland we will remember what we learn during this pandemic in the mental dimension or our life.

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

After 20 weeks of Hope at Home, we stop to analyze what COVID-19 taught us, what good things we learn and how to take care of our health in the future.

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

All marriages will experience stressful life events, with or without COVID. For some couples, COVID may be your first stressful event, especially for newlyweds! Addressing how couples adapt to stress is imperative for understanding marital development.

Hope at Home / July 18, 2020

Armando Miranda Jr. will bring a message of hope, reminding us of God’s promises for you found in the Bible.

Hope at Home / July 18, 2020

What is the role of hope as we deal with anxiety and sadness? How can I promote a life focused on hope? What things should I look for if I want to find my purpose in life? Dr. Gamaliel Feliciano will answer this and other questions about hope.

Hope at Home / July 18, 2020

The Spiritual Wholeness Screening is a mission best practice for providing whole-person care – mind, body and spirit.

Hope at Home / July 18, 2020

Gracelink video "Did You Hear?" and "Amazing Grace" from LifeLong, Orlando.