Christian celebrities received awards at the 57th Golden Bell Awards for the radio and TV industries, expressing their gratitude and glory to God who gave them strength.
At the National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall on October 21-22, Amis painter Yosifu Kacaw, who won the prize and became a host and a nominee for the first time, said in tears, "If it wasn’t for God’s mercy and love, I wouldn't have been able to get through this. Give the award and thanks to Him who loves me! "
Atayal pastor Anli Genu (Lai Anlin) won the "Best Community Program Award" and "Best Host Award" when he broadcasted for the first time, believing that with God all things were possible. "Just be a little happy to get the prize, but the most important thing is to get the reward of eternal life," he added.
The production team of "Call of the Ocean" won the "General Program Photography Award". They spent three years planning and more than 700 days filming the show featuring cetaceans and sea turtles, looking forward to photographing more places and the nature created by God.
As "Kakudan Time Machine" won the award for Best Teen Program, its producer wept with joy, saying, "Thank you, Lord!" Although the epidemic brought many difficulties to the filming of the program, the team's efforts made the program a more solid presentation.
Christian director Jui Yuan Tsao of the TV series "SEQALU: Formosa 1867", which won the Best Drama Program award, said that the filming process made him more firm in his faith, as God led them in breaking through the difficulties during filming. "Every day I'm with God who gives me peace and trust, resulting in a completely different Jui Yuan Tsao!"
After winning the award, Tsao praised God who helped him in the process of shooting. He said he couldn’t finish without Him, even if many people provided help.
With the hymn “What a Friend we have in Jesus” at the end of each episode, he hoped that people could remember their refuge—Jesus Christ and His unfailing love.
- Translated by Abigail Wu