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    Jerusalem: Eternal City

    Jerusalem—in land area, a relatively small city when compared to New York, Paris, or Mexico City. In population, for every person here in Jerusalem there are 50 in Tokyo. In natural beauty, she doesn’t compare to San Francisco, Istanbul, or Geneva. No skyscrapers capture the eye on her skyline. Yet for ongoing international fame and world attention, Jerusalem takes a backseat to no other city. And according to the Bible, it will remain at the center of world attention into the future. Discover “Jerusalem: Eternal City.”

    Out of the Ashes

    During hardship and trouble, tough questions often arise: Where is God? How do I respond to difficulties? Is God both good and all-powerful? In the Discovery Series booklet Out of the Ashes by Bill Crowder, you’ll explore Job’s struggle with the problem of suffering. Through Job’s story, discover how you can trust God despite unanswered...

    The Land and Story of the Bible: Gateway to Galilee, Part I

    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.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    The Land and Story of the Bible: Lower Galilee, Part II

    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.

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    The Land and Story of the Bible: Sea of Galilee, Part III

    Explore the Sea of Galilee and consider the stories that rippled from its shores to change the course of history. The Land and Story of the Bible.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    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 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

    dead coming back to life

    The Dead Sea in Israel is a one-of-a-kind place to take a dip. Tourists who enter its waters immediately realize that swimming aids aren’t necessary. Yep, there’s no need to tread water in the Dead Sea. Due to its exceptionally high concentration of salt, people simply float on its surface like apples bobbing in a barrel of water.

    A Message for All Time

    Many people read the Bible, but at the same time many people struggle with understanding and applying its ideas and messages to everyday life. In the excerpt from his book Applying the Bible, Jack Kuhatschek offers a guide to reading Scripture and grasping its truths. Taking a closer look at some of the most common…

    Romans: The Letter that Changed the World, Part II (Chapters 3b-5)

    Mart De Haan and Jimmy DeYoung visit archeological remains of the Roman Empire. It was from the land of these ancient artifacts that a well-known follower of Jesus named Paul sent a provocative letter

    Nazareth: The Silent Years of Jesus

    The modern city of Nazareth is the hometown of one of the most celebrated and controversial figures of all time—Jesus Christ. Though He spent much of His life in this small Galilean town, not much is recorded about His time here.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Romans: The Letter that Changed the World, Part I (Chapters 1-3a)

    Mart De Haan and Jimmy DeYoung visit archeological remains of the Roman Empire. It was from the land of these ancient artifacts that a well-known follower of Jesus named Paul sent a provocative letter...

    Romans: The Letter that Changed the World, Part III (Chapters 6-8)

    oin hosts Mart De Haan and Jimmy DeYoung as they visit archeological remains of the Roman Empire. It was from the land of these ancient artifacts that a well-known follower of Jesus named Paul sent a provocative letter.

    Romans: The Letter that Changed the World, Part IV (Chapters 9-11)

    Of all the letters ever written, none has been read by more people or had a more profound effect on the world than a letter the apostle Paul wrote 2,000 years ago to a small, young church in Rome.

    Romans: The Letter that Changed the World, Part V (Chapters 12-14)

    Of all the letters ever written, none has been read by more people or had a more profound effect on the world than a letter the apostle Paul wrote 2,000 years ago to a small, young church in Rome. In it Paul clearly challenged the thinking of everyone in the civilized world of his day. One of those challenges is the idea that God has a chosen people, the Jewish people. But if God chose one nation over all others, where does that leave the rest of us? Mart De Haan and Jimmy DeYoung take you to visit archaeological remains from the time and places where this letter was written and talk to experts on location to hear what they have to say on this subject and more


    September 2019: Christian Living

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