Hello! And welcome to the Bedbug Bible Gang Easter Party! The Bedbugs have been busy with the party preparations, and they can't wait to share the news that Jesus is alive! It's the perfect occasion to party.
What proof do we have that the resurrection really happened? This intriguing documentary digs deep into the biblical and historical accounts and explores the main theories: Did the disciples steal the body? Did they hallucinate and only imagine they had met the risen Jesus or did they create a myth in order to keep the movement going? Scholars take a hard look and offer honest, thought-provoking answers. The Third Day is an excellent resource for both skeptics and believers alike.
A fast-moving exploration of all the major sites featured in the Gospels. Starting with the Annunciation, David Nunn follows through the Gospel drama chronologically, providing fascinating and illuminating insights into the life of Jesus. From Bethlehem, David takes us to Nazareth and its surrounding terrain, which witnessed so much of the Old Testament history of Israel. Then it is on to the wilderness, where John called people to repent, then to the River Jordan.
Just days before the event, Curtain Call Productions was alerted by its friends in Israel that the Upper Galilee Choir and Ranaana Symphonette Orchestra would be performing Handel's Messiah at Tabgha, the traditional site of Jesus Christ's miracle of feeding the five thousand along the Sea of Galilee. Working quickly and in close coordination with The Benedictine Monastery Tabgha, a professional video and audio team with 5 digital cameras and 16 microphones assembled in sanctuary of Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fish and recorded this inspiring performance on December 14, 2002.
No other act, event or movement in history has had more impact than the sacrifice of God’s Son. Obedient to His Father’s will, Jesus hung from a wooden cross with thorns pressing into His flesh, He uttered 7 cries as He suffered for us all. These 7 cries come to us in a new program that helps us understand what the cross meant to Christ and what the cross should mean to us. God is always willing to forgive because His judgment on sin was satisfied by Christ’s death on the cross.