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    Hope for the Gentiles: The Gospel of Mark

    Travel to Rome and Israel with host Michael Card to explore the life and character of Jesus through the experiences of Peter as captured by Mark. You’ll visit the Mamertine Prison, Circus Maximus, the Roman Forum, and significant landmarks in Israel that help to reveal the struggles, suffering, and pain endured by non-Jewish believers who followed Jesus. Gain a fresh perspective on the meaning of discipleship. Discover how you can find hope, healing, and encouragement in the face of trials through Jesus Christ.

    Jordan: Doorway to the Promised Land

    Many of the most important events recorded in the Bible took place in the modern-day country of Jordan. Explore these biblical sites with Mart DeHaan and Jimmy DeYoung. You’ll hear the Old Testament stories recounted from the locations where they took place and see how God chose this land to make Himself known—not only to Israel, but also to the whole world.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    The 7 Churches of Revelation, Part I: Introduction: The Conquering King

    Gain insights into God’s love for the world, His warning and correction for the church, and His hope and encouragement for the future.

    Jesus: Man, Messiah, or More? Jesus Enters Jerusalem, Part III

    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. Every year, thousands come to Jerusalem to retrace the route of Jesus’ triumphal entry into the city. But what really happened that day?

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    The Land and Story of the Bible: Upper Galilee, Part IV

    Explore the northern region of Israel, from the shores of a great freshwater lake to the foot of a 9,000-foot-tall snow-covered peak. Many believe Mt. Hermon provided the setting for one of the most dramatic events in history. Discover more of The Land and Story of the Bible.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Jesus cares for and redeems the people our world typically tosses aside

    Ever stopped to think about how much garbage we throw away? Once something stops being useful, into the trash it goes! An insightful conversation about a story in Mark chapter 5.

    That You May Be Certain: The Gospel of Luke, Part I: The Investigation

    The gospel of Luke gives us one of the most detailed accounts of the life of Christ. It presents a unique perspective on Jesus and those surrounding Him during His time on earth and expresses an unusual sensitivity to the weak and poor

    That You May Be Certain: The Gospel of Luke, Part II: The Stories

    The gospel of Luke was written during the first century to a man named Theophilus to help him be certain of what he had been taught concerning the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ

    That You May Be Certain: The Gospel of Luke, Part III: The Mercy

    The gospel of Luke was written during the first century to a man named Theophilus to help him be certain of what he had been taught concerning the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ

    That You May Be Certain: The Gospel of Luke, Part IV: The Sacrifice

    The gospel of Luke was written during the first century to a man named Theophilus to help him be certain of what he had been taught concerning the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ

    Stand Firm

    As our final project for a high school earth science class, a friend and I built a stream table. With extensive help from my father, we built a long plywood box with a hinge in the middle. Then we lined it with plastic and filled it with sand. At one end we attached a hose. At the other end was a drainage hole. After assembling all of it, we raised one end of the stream table, turned on the water, and watched as it created a path directly to the hole at the other end. The next part of the experiment was to place a rock in the stream and watch how it changed the path of the water.

    The End of Days and the Mount of Olives

    The Mount of Olives is one of the Bible’s most significant locations. It was here that Jesus taught His disciples to pray, where He was arrested and led off to judgment, and where His disciples watched Him ascend into heaven after His resurrection. And in the days to come—on a date unknown to us—this is where Jesus will return to judge the nations and establish peace. Visit this most important site: the Mount of Olives. Hear what those who live here have to say about the end of days and the role the Mount of Olives will play in God’s rescue—God’s peace plan for all people.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Capernaum: City of Skeptics

    It’s widely believed that Jesus performed more miracles in the small seaside town of Capernaum than anywhere else. Wander the streets of this ancient city with teacher and Israeli tour guide Avner Boskey to learn about the carpenter’s son who is reported to have performed these miraculous signs.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Gain fresh understanding of the apostle Paul’s famous letter to the Corinthians

    We know them as books of the Bible, but much of the New Testament is made up of letters to specific cities and churches! Let's survey the ancient city of Corinth.

    Let’s look at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians

    Scripture applies to every generation and culture. But the words really come alive when we see them in their original context! Let's look at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians from the perspective of his original Middle Eastern audience.


    September 2019: Christian Living

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