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History depicts the holocaust as one of the worst incidents of genocide the world has ever seen. Rarely do we see Jews during World War II as heroes of a dar…
God is always ready to be your Lighthouse in the storms of life. He has the power to either calm the storm or carry you through it. He is like the lighthouse…
In a sense, the world seems to be getting smaller because we now know more about it. So it is with the brain. Learning more about the brain can help us to get the best out of this control centre of the body. Our next program, Ahead of Anger, will introduce us to an amazing aspect of brain function and we will even discuss how to deal with anger.
In AD 67, members of a mysterious religious sect hid a collection of over 900 sacred scrolls in caves in the Judean desert bordering the Dead Sea. The chanc…
Join Gary Kent as he pays a visit to another world, another age, a nineteenth-century New England village, that has been rebuilt. He talks about why a town l…
Join us this week on an incredible journey through the wonders of the natural world in our program: CREATION – THE MAN WHO CAPTURED THE WORLD. Let’s explore,…
This program is part of a series on the Beatitudes of Jesus. In this episode, we will look at what Jesus meant when he taught, “Blessed are those who mourn.”…
Life is fragile. A family from a rural farming district in the Northern Tablelands of NSW understands this better than many of us. A day that began with hap…
This program is the fourth and final episode in a series of programs that compares and contrasts the lives and the legacies of Constantine the Great and Jesu…
This episode will focus on how Constantine embraced Christianity for his political ends and brought about the union of church and state. It explores the cons…
A wife spurned for a younger woman—a messy divorce. A son left resentful and confused. We all know that these things have implications that last. But could t…
“Constantine The Great – GameChanger” is a 4-part series that compares and contrasts the lives and legacies of Constantine the Great and Jesus Christ, and ho…
Egypt is a land of wonders. It’s the land of the pyramids and sphinx, temples and palaces. The Bible mentions Egypt more than any nation outside of Israel. O…
More than 140 years haven’t dulled our admiration for those who wear the baggy green. But if we want to remain on a good wicket for eternity, we’ll need more…
At Middle Island near Warrnambool in the Australian state of Victoria, a colony of penguins was facing certain extinction. They were being wiped out by a fierce killer. But then the unlikeliest hero stepped in and saved the day. Hear all about it in our new program, “The Penguin’s Shepherd.”
It’s hard to forgive others. Especially when the damage is life-shattering, or when the offender continues doing things that cause us pain. Soon our whole focus is on how can I repay them? The bitter …
Scientific research is showing that it is not always the big things that make the largest difference in life – it is the little things. In fact, it can be ju…
We’re going to go back in time to a remarkable scene on the plains of Dura right near ancient Babylon. An enormous statue of King Nebuchadnezzar had been set up, and thousands of representatives from…
Today, the ancient mountain city of Machu Picchu is shrouded in mystery. Built by the Incas sometime in the middle of the 15th century, it was only occupied …
52 years ago, on 20 July 1969, over 500 million people watched in awe as Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon. One of the little-known facts about the Apollo …
This week is NAIDOC Week (4 – 11 July) which celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Albert Namatj…
The Civil War broke out in America in 1861 when Confederate forces in Charleston, South Carolina, fired on Union troops holding Fort Sumter. It would tear th…
In 1986 buried treasure was discovered on the receding shoreline of the Sea of Galilee, in Israel. It was the remains of an ancient boat from Roman times, much the same as would…
Do you ever feel like celebrating Spring? Do you ever want to really enjoy the blossoms, the smell of new flowers, the sight of new buds and…
This week on The Incredible Journey! Join Gary Kent as he follows archaeologists and linguists as they decode this strange inscription…
All of us in Australia are familiar with the story of the Rabbit-Proof Fence – the remarkable true story of three young Aboriginal girls who crossed the harsh Australian desert on…
Harry Orchard grew up on the sunny slopes of Lake Ontario, not far from Toronto. The second oldest of eight children, he helped grow produce for the city …
Before he turned ten, his mother died of cancer. So a young C. S. Lewis turned his back on God and became a militant atheist. Even being almost killed in the…
In this episode, Pastor Gary Kent interviews Dr. Neil Nedley and talked about the impact of anxiety, stress, and depression in our day-to-day…
In the latter part of the 18th century, Australia was coming of age as a nation. Five of the six colonies had introduced their own constitution, and the nation as a whole…
Have you ever wondered what secrets lurk in your family’s past? Have you ever thought that you might be related to a celebrity, a tinker, a tailor, a soldier…
This program is part of a series on the Beatitudes of Jesus. In this episode, we will look at what He meant when he taught, “Blessed are the…
It is the year 1632. The beautiful, remote town of Oberammergau nestles in the Bavarian Alps of Southern Germany – quietly and securely isolated from the…
Social Media has taken the world by storm. Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Twitter, Tumblr, Snapchat, Youtube, Messenger, LinkedIn…
This is the very place where Davy Crockett, the famed frontiersman, and James Bowie, the renowned knife fighter, along with Colonel William Travis, took a st…
Oxford, England, is a wonderful place to wander, the narrow cobblestone lanes take you on a journey back through the centuries as you cross old stone bridges…
Davy Crocket is often referred to as the “King of the Wild Frontier.” His story will inspire you to take on any challenge. It will inspire you to be the light of the world….
Enthusiasm, achievement and success go hand in hand, but enthusiasm always comes first. Enthusiasm inspires confidence, increases vitality, raises morale and…
This program is part of a series on the Beatitudes of Jesus. In this episode, we will look at what Jesus meant when he taught, “Blessed are those who are per…
On the 11th of December 1941, Hitler declared war on the United States drawing the country into the heart of World War II. As an act of aggression, Hitler de…
One of the most famous meetings of all time happened near Jerusalem. It was a night meeting between Jesus and Nicodemus. The words that…
Flight data recorders were invented in response to the worst aviation disaster in Australian history, the crash of TAA Flight 538. The information collected …
From before the days of Federation, Christianity has played a significant role in shaping the nation of Australia to be the democratic, prosperous and peacef…
Capitol Hill is frontline news today. Join us on an incredible journey to the Capitol Hill in Washington DC to interview Dr Barry Black, the 62nd chaplain of…
Australian outback is dry. Water is vital and precious. It’s scarce out there. Most years see very little rainfall. Survival is a challenge. Life is tough. But about every twenty-five years or so…
He ended up writing 5 books of the Bible, four of them are even named after him. And he’s referred to more than 30 times in the Bible. His name was John, and this is his story. It follows John from …
A lonely and heart-broken woman, fleeing the horrors of World War II, found hope and more in New York. She found her lost and treasured gold and ivory tablec…
On Christmas Eve each year in Austria, thousands of people in Salzburg and the surrounding areas gather together in churches. Their worship services end with…
The island of South Georgia located near the bottom of the world in freezing Antarctic waters is one of the most inhospitable and remote places on planet Earth. No humans live here permanently. Condit…
Desmond Doss made a name for himself—by saving lives. He refused to bear arms or carry a weapon—in the midst of constant enemy fire. He was unwilling to take a life or even so much as touch …
In her desperate search for freedom, Mary of Magdala was drawn to follow Jesus’ inspirational message. It changed her life and got rid of her demons. She became a leader among His followers. She witne…
Ben Carson transformed himself from an inner-city ghetto kid with failing grades at the bottom of his class into the most celebrated paediatric neurosurgeon …
King Belshazzar of Babylon organized a big party. Amid all the revelry, an event occurred that brought all festivities to an immediate halt…
Raising kids that become balanced, contributing adults that make a difference in the world will be less daunting when you understand the principles of succes…
Half a Millennium ago, a young German monk named Martin Luther challenged the power and authority of the most powerful empire on earth. He set in motion a tr…
Experts tell us that if you adopt some simple lifestyle principles, you may live up to a decade longer. In this episode, Gary Kent interviews Dr Hans Diehl, …
The nuclear explosion at Chernobyl on the 26th April, 1986, was the worst man-made disaster in history. 50 tonnes of radiation were released…
Marathons, along with Ironmans, are two of the toughest athletic endeavours on the planet. The ultimate test of strength and endurance. Team Hoyt, father-son duo…
It seems to be the culture of the day to spend most of your home-time on a screen! However, numerous research studies are revealing that there may be a sini…
The Olympics! It’s one of the world’s biggest events, drawing scores of nations together, focusing billions of eyes on exceptional athletes. Entire nations f…
Imagine being adrift in shark-infested waters, far from land and late at night. Totally lost, exhausted, and afraid – you have almost no chance of survival. …
An interesting true story of “Iron Man” Jim Shaw, who pushed a loaded wheelbarrow across the Australian desert and became a legend. He took the risk and the …
Abraham Lincoln preserved the unity of America during the civil war and freed slaves. His name is synonymous with liberty, democracy and freedom – and he is consistently considered one of the greatest…
Dr Graeme Clark and his team are responsible for restoring hearing to hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. This life-changing technology was…
Marie Durand was 15 years old when she was imprisoned in the Tower of Constance in France. Her crime was having a brother who was a Protestant minister. She …
It’s hard to forgive others. Especially when the damage is life-shattering, or when the offender continues doing things that cause us pain. Soon our whole focus is on how can I repay them? The bitter …
Australia is blue around its edges and red in its center. The coasts are densely populated but the center has a treasure trove of beauty and wonder to offer….
One of the little-known stories of heroism and courage to emerge from the Second World War is that of Zoltan Kubinyi, a committed Seventh-day Adventist Chris…
Britain’s exit from the European Union is a politically very significant event. For Australia, Brexit is the diplomatic equivalent of moving into a small house with a divorcing couple. But did you kno…
In this episode, Pastor Gary Kent interviews Dr. Neil Nedley and talked about the impact of anxiety, stress, and depression in our day-to-day life, especiall…
Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis was a Hungarian doctor, now known as an early pioneer of antiseptic procedures. Semmelweis discovered that the incidence of puerperal, or childbed fever, could be drastically cut if…
Join us as we take a look at the story of Jehoshaphat and consider what happens when the mountain is too steep to climb or the obstacle too large to step aro…
Social epidemics behave in the same way that viral epidemics do. They are contagious, spread through small means and spill over into crisis mode as a result …
Florence Nightingale was born into a life of wealth and privilege, in an age when women were expected to simply marry, have children and not do much else. But in response to a call from God, Florence …
A lonely and heart-broken woman, fleeing the horrors of World War II, found hope and more in New York. She found her lost and treasured gold and ivory tablec…
King Belshazzar of Babylon organized a big party. Amid all the revelry, an event occurred that brought all festivities to an immediate halt. A mysterious ha…
Tom ‘Rusty’ Richards was a rugby star who at the age of 25 enlisted to fight in World War I. This Olympic gold medal winning ANZAC encountered God and remain…
There are many heroes in the Bible. Some are great warriors. But others are men of quiet faith – men who display their courage, not on the battlefield, but simply by their faithfulness to God.
Does God really exist? And if He does, do you think He really pays much attention as we hurtle through space on a little blue planet? Or is He more like an absentee landlord who started the planet spi…
Success in life does not come by luck or chance. People who achieve greatness have mastered very important skills that are more likely to lead to success in life than their academic achievements or i…
Throughout time money has been known to talk but did you know that money is really a storyteller? The coins and notes you fold into your pocket each tell a story about the nation they represent. A sto…
Operation Barbarossa and the area which fell under it became the site of some of the largest and most brutal battles, deadliest atrocities, terrible loss of life, and horrific conditions for Soviets a…
Nebuchadnezzar was the greatest king on earth. He had every reason to be proud of his achievements. He ruled over the biggest empire the world had ever seen, from his palaces in the most beautiful cit…
James Cook was a God-fearing Englishman who circumnavigated the globe, literally putting Australia, New Zealand and many other Pacific destinations on the map. Not many people realise the impact the B…
Today we often focus on economic and military power as the way that we can save nations. But one man did it by bringing about spiritual revival. By calling people back to true religion, he is “The Ma…
By a remarkable turn of events, Daniel the hostage became Daniel the Prime Minister of Babylon, and the king’s most trusted adviser. In fact he prospered under the reign of four kings. How did he do i…
Gary Kent presents another incredible program: ‘Australia’s Deadliest Flood’ and points us to Jesus Christ, our great Rescuer. More than 150 years ago, the town of Gundagai was wiped out by one of th…
Monopoly is the most popular board game ever, with more than 1 billion people worldwide having played the game. It’s even been taken into space, and now there’s a version designed specifically for iP…
The smoked mummies of Aseki have fascinated anthropologists, writers and filmmakers for more than a hundred years. Find out more about these mysterious mummies of Papua New Guinea. And we may just u…
In the rainforest we see beauty, order, design, precision and balance. This indicates that the Rainforest is the outcome of intention rather than chance. It’s the result of design rather than acciden…
Rainforests are the world’s powerhouses, the most vital habitats on the planet. They’re amazing and they’re beautiful. These incredible places cover only 6% of the earth’s surface but yet they conta…
The gospel is simple: Christ died in order to offer life for those who don’t deserve it. That’s what grace is all about. In this program, called “Mortal Enemies” Gary Kent uses an amazing story to tea…
It’s no secret that Australians love chocolate. On average Australians consume 32 kg of chocolate per person per year. And what’s our favourite brand of chocolate? Well its Cadbury! But the Cadbury fa…
Adolf Hitler could have saved himself, his people and the world a lot of heartache and agony if only he’d taken note of an ancient prophecy, cast in stone, above the entrance to the old town hall, in …
Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis was a Hungarian doctor, now known as an early pioneer of antiseptic procedures. Described as the “saviour of mothers”, Semmelweis discovered that the incidence of puerperal, o…
Marathons, along with Ironmans, are two of the toughest athletic endeavours on the planet. The ultimate test of strength and endurance. They’re considered by most as barely possible, but not for t…
The nuclear explosion at Chernobyl on the 26th April, 1986, was the worst man-made disaster in history. Two massive explosions blew the 1000 tonne roof off the reactor. 50 tonnes of radiation were r…
How many times have you heard the hymn “Amazing Grace?” It’s the most popular song in history, sung over 10 million times each year. Ever wondered where it came from? Hear the incredible story in o…
Gary Kent interviews Dr Hans Diehl, the founding father of Lifestyle Medicine Institute at Loma Linda University in California. Tune in and learn how to reverse heart disease with fork and knife….
A severely disabled man who lay at the Pool of Bethesda in the heart of Old Jerusalem two thousand years ago experienced a miraculous healing. For 38 years he had hoped beyond hope, and when Christ to…
He certainly did do the right thing. But his story is like so many other stories of injustice in our world. Does all this injustice, pain and suffering negate the existence of a good and all-powerful …
In part two of our series on depression, Dr Neil Nedley discusses the way out of depression. He presents an entirely new approach to treating this dark disease. Don’t miss this outstanding program tha…
Depression is the number one cause of non-fatal disability in Australia. However, it does not have to be tolerated as a life-long condition. It is reversible. In this program, Gary Kent interviews N…
Arlington National Cemetery is one of the most well-known cemeteries in the world. It’s just outside Washington, DC. 400,000 military veterans and their families are buried there. The most famous tom…
If you think you live in a high-pressure environment, if you think you have to try to succeed in a hostile, very secular world, then you will want to get to know Daniel. In this program Gary Kent tell…
At Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea, a force of young Australian troops fought against overwhelming odds. They were wounded and exhausted beyond belief but found that extra bit of spirit to fight on t…
Money is one of life’s necessities. We all need it. Money enables us to have the basics of what we and our family need to survive – food, shelter, education, healthcare. It assists us in achieving our…
Before he turned 10 years of age, his mother died of cancer. So a young C. S. Lewis turned his back on God and became a militant atheist. Even being almost killed in the trenches of the Somme in 1918 …
The human brain is amazing. It can use all our sensory systems at one time and those systems are the only way we relate to others and to God….
In 1939, Europe was on the brink of war. Nicholas Winton, a young British stockbroker, decides he would do everything possible to save the lives of as many Jewish children as he could. He saved 669 ch…
The work of missionaries throughout the 1800s in Aotearoa, New Zealand involved much more than simply going to church and preaching the gospel on Sunday mornings. The dedicated missionaries were fully…
To us today, the world ‘talent’ refers to a person’s natural ability to be very good at something. It refers to an above average ability, an extraordinary ability, like a talent to sing, or learn, or …
In 1968 an Emory University student, Barbara Mackle, was kidnapped by a dangerous psychopath for ransom. She was buried alive underground in a coffin-like box. Her wealthy father, Robert Mackle, was …
Our world has seen some great and amazing travellers, like Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, James Cook, Ferdinand Magellan, Vasco da Gama, and Ibn Battuta. These trailblazers journeyed to the ends of…
The Australian outback is a landscape that drew Frank Pash and many other artists deep into its interior to create paintings that capture the very spirit and essence of the outback. Frank Pash was a m…
Join Pastor Gary Kent as he meets with singer/songwriter Naomi Streimer. Despite great success Naomi didn’t experience complete fulfilment in her musical career, discover, in this episode, how she was…
Can you imagine one of the greatest races in history happened in Antarctica, the most remote continent on earth? Yes, two men racing across this forbidding ice and snow. It was a race to the death. On…
Cape Otway Lighthouse is the oldest and most important one on mainland Australia. Built in 1848, it sits atop cliffs overlooking the infamous ‘Shipwreck Coast’, where the Southern Ocean collides with …
For 23 days Vivid Sydney literally transforms Sydney into one huge dazzling nighttime canvas of light as the city’s iconic landmarks, historic buildings, the bridge and gardens are illuminated in bril…
Owers’ Corner, about 50km from Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, is visited by thousands of Australian pilgrims every year, yet it is not a church. It is forever consecrated in the heart…
The dividing or Partition of India and the establishment of this border was one of the most defining events in the subcontinent’s history. It created the largest migration in human history. Families a…
When contemplating the great manmade wonders of the world, we’re filled with admiration and astonishment at the human genius behind these marvellous creations. In this episode, we’re going to consider…
The story of Mahatma Gandhi has encouraged and inspired people all over the world. He brought down an empire by proclaiming brotherhood and nonviolence. He influenced men like Martin Luther King and N…
A young girl murdered. A devastated father refusing to seek revenge. A murderer transformed by a book he stole from his victim. Then forgiveness given and peace achieved! No, it’s not a Hollywood bloc…
The Gibson Desert covers an area of 15 million hectares making it the fifth largest desert in Australia. It’s a vast region of undulating red sand plains, rocky ridges, dunes, scrubby trees, and deser…
Adventurer and geologist Karl Mauch could hardly believe his eyes as he and his party exploring in the heart of Southern Africa, stepped out of the bush one day in 1871. Before him was one of the most…
The story of the Eureka Stockade is a fundamental milestone on Australia’s road to democracy. The people sheltering in the Eureka Stockade did not want to change the system of government; they wanted…
From a poor, unknown family, mending pots by day and getting into trouble with local gangs by night, John Bunyan ended up in prison. Then he became one of the best known authors of all time. This is t…
The drama, beauty and wilderness of Victoria’s coastline is breathtaking, here the land doesn’t gently slope down to meet the sea, rather the sea repeatedly attacked the cliffs, carving chunks of roc…
Gold has always been a treasure for humanity – since ancient times, but perhaps we should focus on a different kind of treasure, join us as we travel back to the 1850s gold rush days. Will we be able …
Nothing says Australia quite like our outback and you can find a little of the outback in every state of mainland Australia. The open spaces that seem to stretch on forever tell the story of the explo…
The Motobo Hills in Zimbabwe are home to some of the most majestic granite scenery in the world. The hills provide a stunning landscape of balancing rocks awkwardly teetering on top of one another. An…
This week, Gary Kent takes us on a journey to investigate the most famous event in medical history. Dr. Christiaan Barnard, a son of Africa, performed the world’s first human to human heart transplan…
In this episode, we are following the footsteps of Bett-Bett, a well-known Australian little black princess of the Never-Never. It’s a story we should all hear, as it reminds us of some of the darker …
Before World War II, Singapore was know as an “impregnable fortress.” But the British surrendered to the Japanese after just 7 days of fighting. 50,000 British and Australian soldiers were taken capti…
One of the most fascinating events in modern political history is Watergate, the scandal in Washington DC that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. In this program, Gary Kent looks at th…
Fort Canning is located in the middle of Singapore. From this colonial fort, you can trace the rise and fall of great empires and re-live one of the most important battles in history – one that provid…
In the McPherson Rangers near the most easterly point in Australia, is the site of one of the most amazing rescues in Australian aviation history. How is it possible? So many search planes had already…
The Great Ocean Road covers some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. It winds past the magical 12 apostles, stunning stretches of coastline, iconic surfing beaches, lush rainforests, misty w…
Broome is often referred to as the pearl of North West Australia. It’s an exotic pearling town with history and culture as rich and vibrant as its landscape. Broome pearls remind us of the pearl of gr…
The Great Ocean Road stretches for some 300km along the south-eastern coast of Australia. Few other roads in the world can boast such magnificent beauty. But the spectacular scenery hides a dark secre…
The Battle of the Alamo in 1836 was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. The subsequent disaster that led to the creation of a new state carries a message for us too. We can make a stand too. And …
More than 100 years have sailed by since the world’s most luxurious steamship, RMS Titanic, made its disastrous end in the North Atlantic sea, after crashing into an iceberg during its maiden voyage f…
Life is made up of choices, individual decisions that can influence our future and even determine our ultimate destiny. This life, here and now, is a matter of cause and effect, like the butterfly eff…
Somehow World War II continued in Guam until January of 1972 and it went on in the person of Shoichi Yokoi. For 28 years he hid in an underground jungle cave, fearing to come out of hiding even after …