Monday, December 20, 2010

CNN Update

Thanks to all who have asked, called, or emailed about Katherine's interview with Sanjay Gupta on CNN. I'm sorry I haven't been able to post definitive times until now. 

It will air on both CNN and Headline News at various times throughout Christmas week, beginning tomorrow morning. 

We've been told that  it will air around 8:50 a.m., EST, tomorrow, December 21. I believe it will be aired as a segment on American Morning. 

The segment will also appear at some point during these other program times:

On CNN: Tuesday: 8 – 9a  Friday: 11a -12p, 3p – 4p;  Saturday: 7:30a – 8a,
5-6p;  Sunday: 7:30a – 8a

On HLN: Tuesday: 10:30a – 11a, 1p -1:30p; Friday: 10:30a – 11a, 1p -1:30p;
4:30p – 5p; Saturday & Sunday: 7a – 7:30a, 10a-10:30a

*All these times are Eastern, which is the same as Pacific. Central will be an hour earlier for everything.

Thank you for your continued interest and support. Please pray that the interview will be edited under God's supervision. You never know what will be left in or out.

Katherine thinks it is especially meaningful that her story of life, hope, and healing will be shown during this holy week. We pray that the piece will transmit that hope to someone who desperately needs it. 

That would be a wonderful Christmas gift for all of us. 

And a reminder that God does not waste our suffering.

Please pass on these times to anyone you know who might be interested.

Love, Kim

(Katherine cracking a joke, as usual.)


Laurel said...

I cannot imagine any manifestation of Katherine's story that would not honor God, no matter how the editor's feel about Him. And I can imagine quite a bit.

Looking forward to it!

Laurel said...

ACK. That is going to require a lot of coffee, since I have a six year old and a three year old both home right now and the six year old and I are going to bundle up with electric blankets and hot chocolate to watch the Solstice Lunar Eclipse, which starts at 1:30 here.

What the heck? I should still be up. After getting the six year old back down around 5:30 the three year old will be about ready to rise and shine.

Abby said...

God bless Katherine for not allowing her suffering to be wasted. Her courage and strength are inspiring to this tired reader! Merry Christmas to all of you!

Cheri said...

What a blessing to know that our sufferings, seen by tens of thousands or seen by just a few, can actually be used to glorify the God of the universe. That knowledge brings me great joy and refreshment. I pray that it brings your family the same.