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A Journey Through Broken Dreams

This program will be available to view Friday, November 14, 2014.

 

A broken dream isn’t the greatest tragedy, but a life defined by it is. Creating a healthy new normal after the death of a dream is essential. Sheridan and Merryn Voysey understand facing a new normal. In Journey Through Broken Dreams, they candidly share their struggle with infertility, the decade of medical procedures they endured to try to conceive a child, and the decision to redesign their lives with career changes and a major move to another continent. Their life didn’t go as planned, but ultimately they found peace in…

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Jesus the Messiah: Unlocking Old Testament Prophecy

The ancient Hebrew Scriptures predict the coming of a Messiah, who will rescue His people and bring peace and justice to the world. Throughout the centuries, Jesus’ followers have claimed that hundreds of these prophecies were fulfilled in Him. But where are those predictions and how can we uncover their true meaning? Jesus the Messiah: Unlocking Old Testament Prophecy, on this Day of Discovery.

Approximate runtime: 26 minutes

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Jesus: Man, Messiah, or More? The Crucifixion, Part VII

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. Who actually killed Jesus, and why? Was His death simply an unfortunate event?

Runtime: 26 minutes

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Jesus: Man, Messiah or More? The Temple Controversy, Part IV

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?

Runtime: 26 minutes

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Messiah & The Three Faiths of Jerusalem, Part VI

All three of the major monotheistic faiths—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—have focused their hopes for future peace on the land of Israel, especially its capital city, Jerusalem. Here there is hope for a coming Messiah who will save all who place their trust in Him and bring final peace to the world. Discover what these three faiths have in common, and where their beliefs on the Messiah differ.

Runtime: 26 minutes

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My Search for Messiah, Part I

For Christians (followers of Christ), Jesus is at the center of everything they believe. As a Jewish young man, Michael Rydelnik refused to even consider Jesus’ claim to be the promised Messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures. But when his own mother, a Holocaust survivor, revealed to her family that she now believed in Jesus, it divided their family.

Michael, in an effort to convince his mother that she was wrong, began to study the Messianic prophecies found in the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament Scriptures. Little did he know that his efforts to find evidence to dissuade his mother from her faith in Jesus would in fact lead him to the Jewish Messiah.

Join Dr. Michael Rydelnik as he recounts his own personal journey of discovery in this 3-part series, “My Search for Messiah.”

Runtime: 26 minutes

Followers of Jesus in a Land of Conflict


What kind of kingdom did Jesus come to establish? In the land of the Bible, where He once walked, political and ethnic conflict is still a part of everyday life. What happened to Jesus’ mission to bring peace to the world? Hosts Mart DeHaan and Jimmy DeYoung travel to this global hotspot and meet Christians of both Arab and Jewish descent. Hear what they have learned about the true kingdom of God.

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Israel & The Politics of Faith, Part I Available for Purchase:
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The Dawning: Christianity in the Roman Empire, Part II

Take a closer look at the struggles faced by early Christians and their driving force to endure, as Dr. Joseph Stowell, President of Cornerstone University, takes you on an amazing journey to modern-day Rome. You’ll also visit Pompeii, Herculaneum, Ephesus,…

Jesus: Man, Messiah, or More? Overview, Part I

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 Search for Meaning: What Matters

“Who am I?” and “Why am I here?” are questions we all ask at one time or another. We search for meaning and belonging, and we want to have a purpose for our lives. This documentary walks you through four predictable stages of life that help sort out and process your quest for significance. Noted author Os Guinness reveals how various belief systems answer these questions, and puts worldviews under the microscope to discern what is true and significant about life.

 

Available for purchase: “The Search for Meaning: What Matters,” DVD.

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Following Jesus in a Land of Conflict: An Arab and Jewish Conversation, Part I—Taking Sides

We’re all aware of the conflict between the Jewish and Palestinian people.
The eyes of the world are on the struggle for peace in this region. But one of the difficult questions is, “Where do followers of Christ line up in this issue?”

The people of this land are divided by walls, fences, and mutual fears. But what happens if two of them—one Jewish, the other Arab—decide to walk in the footsteps of Christ? “Following Jesus in a Land of Conflict,” should followers of Christ take sides? . . . on this Day of Discovery.

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Following Jesus in a Land of Conflict

What began thousands of years ago as a promise to the nation of Israel has become a web of conflict between Arab and Jewish residents of the contested land that borders Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and the Mediterranean Sea. What should followers of Christ think about the conflict in the Middle East?

Should Christians take sides? Should believers support the peace process? What is the story and role of the chosen people? And what is Israel’s future?

In this 4-part Day of Discovery program, you’ll take a journey to the land of the Bible, modern Israel, with host Mart DeHaan for conversations with guests Nizar Touma and Avner Boskey. Join them as they discuss the impact this dispute has on their Arab and Jewish communities and as they address tough questions that arise about the role of followers of Christ in this controversy.

Through the wisdom of the Bible and their unique perspectives, discover how following Jesus can bring peace—even to those living in a land of conflict.

Closed Captioning for the hearing impaired.

Approximate running time for each program: 25 minutes

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The Appointed Times: Jesus in the Feasts of Israel, Part I - Rest, Remembrance, & Renewal

The Appointed Times: Jesus in the Feasts of Israel, Part I - Rest, Remembrance,

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Following Jesus in a Land of Conflict: An Arab and Jewish Conversation, Part IV—Israel’s Future

The skyline of modern Jerusalem, broken by both Muslim prayer towers and church steeples, raises important questions. What has happened to the land of the Bible? Have the chosen people of Israel been replaced by another faith? Conflicting answers deserve careful consideration by those who think about “Following Jesus in a Land of Conflict: An Arab and Jewish Conversation” about Israel’s future, on this Day of Discovery.

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Human Nature & The Three Faiths of Jerusalem, Part IV

In Jerusalem, men and women of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam confess that there is only one God, but differ on how a frail, wayward humanity can approach and return to favor with this Holy God. These differences among the three faiths of Jerusalem are often symbolized by the clothing of clerics and common people—head coverings, prayer shawls, traditional dress, and religious symbols. Mart DeHaan and Jimmy DeYoung explore the similarities and differences in how these three faiths of Jerusalem view the human condition.

Runtime: 26 minutes