The CBN Network produced a motion picture entitled No Earthly Reason. CBN has also produce a video entitled Climbing Our Mountain, and a classroom study for their seminary students entitled "Living By The Book."
The Weller Grossman Production Agency produced a film for the Pax TV Network entitled It's A Miracle on Marolyn's story.
Dr. Billy Joe Daugherty of Tulsa Oklahoma produced the documentary of Marolyn Ford's two miracles in a production entitled "Thanks Giving."
Crossroads Christian Communication Network — Toronto Ontario
CBN Network — 700 Club Interviews
Interview with James Robison — James Robison
PTL Network — Jim Bakker
Trinity Broadcasting Network — Paul Crouch
Heart to Heart Show — Sheila Walsh
Something Beautiful Show — Jane Park
League of Prayer Interview — Dr. Ralfe
Action 60's — Herman Bailey
WDRV Interview — Joe Robison
KTVE Interview — El Dorado, AR
Good Life Interview
Lamb Telecast — Monroe, LA
TC Alive Show
Marolyn's book These Blind Eyes Now See was named as one of the five finalists in the First Annual "Gold Medallion Award Competition" sponsored by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. It was the second runner up of the two final books in the Biography category. These Blind Eyes Now see is also available in the Indonesian language and Braille.
The Insanity of Unbelief
Billy Joe Daugherty
Dr. Adrian Rogers
I Believe In Miracles but I Trust in Jesus
Holding Unto Heaven with Hell on your Back
Life Is Tough, But God Is Faithful: How To See God's Love In Difficult Times
Power Beyond Belief
John Van Diest
Light Breaking Through
Windows on Assurance
The Voice of Prophesy
Dr. Billy Graham selected Marolyn Ford's book These Blind Eyes Now See in "Pick of the Books" as featured in the Christian Review magazine, July/Aug 1977.
"Power for Living" featured Marolyn Ford's miracle, April 24th, 1977.
"Woman Lives by Faith Alone, Celebrates Victory of Spirit" in Nov. issue 1998.
Fullness Magazine, "Sharing What God Has Done" by Dr. Peter M. Lord, October 1980
Joy Magazine, "A Blind Women Sees after 13 Years" - August 1995
Christian Live Magazine featured an article entitled "All in a Woman's Day," 1988.
David Waters, Religion Writer for The Commercial Appeal of Memphis, TN, said
"Marolyn Ford, a blind woman who sees,
a crippled woman who walks,
a woman who can't eat or drink but lives."
"Marolyn is able to summon hope from any hopeless situation because her source of hope is infinite." David Waters detailed Marolyn's miracles in a seven day series entitled "Faith to Endure" in the Metro Section, Thanksgiving week, November 23-29, 1998. Another article by Mr. Waters was written for The Commercial Appeal August 17, 2003.
Marolyn Ford's book "These Blind Eyes Now See" was named as one of the two finalist's books in the Biography category, for the first annual "Gold Medallion Award Competition" sponsored by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.
The "Southwest Tennesse Community College Infonet Library" honored Marolyn Ford for her outstanding literary contributions in 2005.
"These Blind Eyes Now See" is also available in the Indonesian language.
The "Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives" have placed Marolyn's life story, ministry and accomplishments in their Archives based on her demand as an author/speaker/singer and for her international teaching ministry as she speaks in Crusades, Churches, Conference meetings, Civic Clubs and Radio and TV interviews.
The "Conference of Southern Baptist Evangelist Association" awarded Marolyn for her 30 years of ministry as a Southern Baptist Evangelist in 2002.
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