Television and radio host Sid Roth has authored/co-authored over 20 titles. His more popular works include, "There Must Be Something More," "They Thought For Themselves," "Heaven is Beyond Your Wildest Expectations: Ten True Stories of Experiencing Heaven," "Truth Seekers: Ten Amazing People Who Found It" and "The Power of Imagination."
Sid Roth's work, "There Must Be Something More," is his autobiography. It details his account as a young businessman whose failure at his personal goal of becoming a millionaire by the age of 30 leads him on a search for spirituality through New-Age experiences. After becoming depressed to the point of having suicidal thoughts, he converts to Christianity.
Sid Roth is a the host of the show, "It's Supernatural." The show airs on Daystar Television, and received both a Silver Telly Award and a Bronze Telly Award in 2010. It focuses on Evangelical Christian subjects, particularly those involving personal testimonies from guests who have experienced miracles, healings or otherwise claim to have personally encountered God. His guests are most often authors of books themselves and have included, Rick Joyner, Ron Cantor and Annette Wiese.
Sid Roth began his ministry in 1977 under the name "Messianic Vision." He went on to start a nationally syndicated broadcast by the same name.