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The Wonder of Creation: Wilderness, Part I: What the Wild Reveals About God

The landscape of the wilderness bursts with dramatic and inspiring scenery—quiet rivers and streams, isolated forests, and majestic mountains that rise up to intimidate and challenge anyone who approaches. And for those who have eyes to see, the wilderness reveals its treasures. It also speaks volumes of its Creator, the One responsible for such amazing beauty and design. Experience the…

The Christmas Story

Discover what the first Christmas may have been like. Join Dámaris Carbaugh and the Discovery Singers, along with a few shepherds, Mary, Joseph, and some of their four-legged friends for this very special musical presentation.

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Land of The 7 Churches, Part II: Ephesus

This is the land of the Bible. The Republic of Turkey. Istanbul, a city rich with the colorful history of the Muslim Ottoman and Christian Byzantine empires. And this is one of the oldest and most beautiful landmarks of Istanbul. Hagia Sophia. A museum, which used to be a mosque. A mosque which used to be a church. A church…

Land of The 7 Churches, Part I: The Overcomers

This is the land of the Bible. To the Apostle Paul, it was the Roman Province of Asia. Today it is the home of Istanbul. City of over 10 million, growing by 400,000 a year. A 30 by 60 mile community of 2000 mosques. A city in which 98 percent of the population identify themselves with the faith of Islam…

Better Than Life: Stories of the Persecuted Church

For centuries, men, women and even children have been imprisoned--not for what they have done, but for what they believe. In the past century, Christians have been persecuted and martyred in greater numbers than at any other time in history. Hear stories and songs inspired by the followers of Christ who gave their lives for what they believe.

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Land of The 7 Churches, Part VIII: Laodicea

This is the land of the Bible. Today a land of mosques. But once the land of the Seven Churches made famous by the Book of Revelation. The modern Republic of Turkey. Spanning two continents. Asia and Europe. An expansive peninsula the size of the state of Texas bordered by seven countries, and thousands of miles of beautiful coastline.

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Land of The 7 Churches, Part VII: Philadelphia

Was the God of the Church overcome by the Allah of Islam? Divided by the famous shipping lanes of the Bosphorus. Istanbul. Once, called Constantinople, in honor of the emperor Constantine, this city was for over a 1000 years the capital of the Christian Byzantine world. Today Istanbul is a city of mosques. Here Muslim culture has been the way…

Land of The 7 Churches, Part VI: Sardis

How did the thriving first century church of Sardis lose its influence in this region? This is the land of the Bible. To the Apostle Paul it was the Roman province of Asia. Today it is the modern Republic of Turkey. Istanbul, a city rich with the colorful history of the Muslim Ottoman and Christian Byzantine empires.

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Land of The 7 Churches, Part V: Thyatira

How did the thriving first century church of Thyatira lose its influence in this land? This is the land of the Bible. The Republic of Turkey. Istanbul, a city rich with the colorful history of the Muslim Ottoman and Christian Byzantine empires. And this is one of the well-known landmarks of Istanbul. The Great Bazaar, otherwise known as the Egyptian…

Land of The 7 Churches, Part IV: Pergamum

This is the land of the Bible. Northwest of the land of Israel. The modern Republic of Turkey. Istanbul. Turkey’s largest city spanning two continents. Here East meets west along one of the most important trade routes of the ancient and modern worlds. Istanbul home of Sultans, Harems, and the famous Orient Express.

Other Parts of the Series:

Overcomers, Part I
Ephesus,…

Land of The 7 Churches, Part III: Smyrna

This is the land of the Bible. Northwest of the land of Israel. The modern Republic of Turkey. Istanbul. Turkey’s largest city. Ten million people living in the only city in the world spanning two continents. Europe and Asia. Divided by the famous shipping lanes of the Bosphorus. Once the capital of the Christian Byzantine world. Today a city of…

Wonder of Creation: Soil: The Foundation of Life, Part II

Soil is so common that we can easily forget how precious it is. And it is so rare in the universe that we can easily miss its significance to our planet ...

Wonder of Creation: Soil: The Foundation of Life, Part I

Soil is so common that we can easily forget how precious it is. And it is so rare in the universe that we can easily miss its significance to our planet ...

The Living Waters of Jerusalem

Nothing has the capacity to arouse a sense of adventure in a child more than legends of kings, warriors, secret tunnels, and magical springs. The children of East Jerusalem, however, don’t require legends to inspire their imagination, for they have the truth of history to motivate them. Discover more about recent excavations that have brought to light another chapter in…

The Return of Christ

Why do so many people believe that the return of Christ could happen at any moment? The One who millions call Savior said He would appear like lightning in the sky after the sun and the moon had stopped shining. But the world has not yet experienced the Armageddon predicted by the Bible. So why do some continue to say,…