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I Believe in Miracles

I Believe in Miracles may be the second longest locally produced program in the history of Minnesota television. About four months after KEYC News 12 went on the air in 1960, the first “I Believe In Miracles” program was shown live on Sunday, February 19, 1961 and has aired weekly ever since.

I Believe in Miracles features "a message of hope and music of inspiration" with Pastor John Michel and his wife, Marilyn. The show is based on a song written by John W. Peterson in 1956. With support of many Baptist churches around the area, KEYC News 12 is able to produce the 30 minute program as a public service.

Format

Traditional gospel songs and hymn arrangements are provided by a variety of musicians as Pastor John Michel delivers simple Bible exhortations to promote spiritual living and godly values.

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  • Hosts John and Marilyn Michel

    John and Marilyn Michel

    Thursday, January 27 2011 4:16 PM EST2011-01-27 21:16:16 GMT
    John Michel grew up on farm in Rice County while his wife Marilyn spent her childhood in Minneapolis...
    John Michel grew up on farm in Rice County while his wife Marilyn spent her childhood in Minneapolis. Their paths crossed when John was attending Mankato State College in 1954.  Marilyn was a student at Northwestern College.
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