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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…
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…
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 have been used 2000 ye…
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…
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…
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…
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…