“Listening to the voice of Matthew” (Chapters 1-4). Bringing to life the pages of the gospel of Matthew, host Michael Card guides us through the city of Capernaum and northern region of Israel, along the shorelines of the Sea of Galilee, and finally to Jerusalem. Other parts of the series: A New Identity: The […]
The genealogies in Scripture aren’t very exciting on their own. But when you consider the historical impact of those included in Jesus’ lineage you find stories that would rival the latest headlines. Today on a classic episode of “Discover the Word,” former hosts Haddon Robinson and Alice Mathews, along with author Dr. Ken Bailey, discuss the women found in the genealogies of Christ
If you attended Sunday school, you’ve likely heard the story of Zacchaeus, the little man who climbed up a tree in order to see Jesus. But there’s a lot more to this simple story than meets the eye! Join former “Discover the Word” hosts Haddon Robinson and Alice Mathews as they welcome Dr. Kenneth Bailey for a discussion about the cultural nuances behind the story of Zacchaeus. Join us for this special classic episode on “Discover the Word”!
Communicating with God is as important to your spiritual well-being as breathing is to your physical life. Discover how you can develop and maintain a meaningful prayer life with Haddon Robinson’s practical and insightful study of “The Lord’s Prayer” in Matthew 6. Get a better understanding and a new perspective of one of the most beloved passages of the New Testament.
The past is filled with great men and women who were pioneers — “firsts” in their fields of science, politics, or the arts. But today we conclude our series on Mary Magdalene by discovering history’s greatest “first.”
The words of some spiritual teachers can be very persuasive, yet something in the shadows of their message sounds an alarm. In this verse-by-verse study of Jude, author Bill Crowder examines the characteristics and methods of false teachers of all generations. Find out how you can identify wrong thinking and protect yourself and others from spiritual danger.
Was Jesus really the Son of God and the Messiah the Bible claims, or was He merely human like the rest of us? For the last 10 years, a group of scholars have been studying this very issue. Watch as they put forth their evidence, and then decide for yourself who Jesus really was. In the temple, Jesus overturned the tables of shopkeepers and money changers. What does this dramatic event tell us about Jesus?
A road tour of the Galilee, the northern region of Israel where Jesus lived. Galilee—the lush mountains, valleys, and water sources where conquerors, kings, and prophets left their marks. Galilee still speaks to us today as part of The Land and Story of the Bible.
Was Jesus really the Son of God and the Messiah the Bible claims, or was He merely human like the rest of us? For the last 10 years, a group of scholars have been studying this very issue. Watch as they put forth their evidence, and then decide for yourself who Jesus really was. The Gospel accounts say Jesus was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane, then interrogated, accused, and beaten. But is that what really happened?
In northern Israel in a region called Galilee, Jesus grew up in the hills of Nazareth overlooking the Jezreel Valley, a fertile farmland and theatre of war, rich with historical and prophetic significance. The Land and Story of the Bible.
Songwriter, speaker, and author Michael Card travels to the Land of the Bible to uncover the story of one of the Bible’s most compelling characters—Peter—the simple fisherman who became a follower of Christ. The man Jesus would call “the rock” upon which he would build his church.