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The 27 Club – I just need a Friend

Rock and roll demolished barriers, broke down walls, questioned every assumption and embraced every possibility. We should not be surprised that some of today’s most influential people reference the music and message of the golden age of rock and roll as the inspiration for seeing the world differently. However, with this golden age came a dark side. With all the money and fame came excess in every way. It was the era of Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll, and out of this carnage came the “27 Club”. The “27 Club” includes the rock stars who, uncannily, all died at the age of 27. The “27 Club” includes rock stars such as Jimmy Hendrix, Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, Jasin Joplin, and Jim Morison, and in recent years, it has added members such as Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse.

Masada: The Zealots Fortress

Judea was ruled by Rome two thousand years ago, and in AD 66, a Jewish Revolt flared into a full-scale war that raged for four years – until the Roman general Titus destroyed Jerusalem. But one outpost alone held out against the Romans. It was the fortress of Masada built high above the Dead Sea on top of a barren mountainous plateau, and it’s where one of the most heroic and incredible stories of all history was played out when a small group of Jewish Zealots defied the power of Rome.

Titanic – Endless Love

Considered the pinnacle of human achievement at the time, the RMS Titanic departed from London for New York on April 12, 1912. What was meant to be a 7-day journey came to an abrupt and tragic end when the luxurious ship struck an iceberg, 640 km from land. Isidor and Ida Straus, the co-owners of the Macy’s department store, in New York, died on board the RMS Titanic when it sunk on the night of April 15, 1912. Their love still inspires us, and it gives us a glimpse of the highest form of love – God’s love.

Tony McLellan: The Man Who Made Millions… and Gave it all Away

Tony McLellan began his life out in the Australian bush on his family-owned Jumble Plains, which in its heyday was a successful property in the Tullamore District. Tony’s journey from the Australian bush to the pinnacle of international success is fascinating and inspiring. Perhaps the most significant aspect of Tony McLellan’s story is his encounter with Jesus and the subsequent changes that took place in his life. These changes impacted countless lives through the Christian ministries that Tony founded and actively participated in. Join us this week as we take a look at the action-packed life of Tony McLellan and how he turned success into significance.

Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness (Martin Luther) – Beatitudes Series

Martin was a tormented soul. He practiced self-harm for religious purposes because he thought he had to stop sinning to be acceptable to God. He punished his body by sleeping on the bare floor of his room, without blankets, even in the bone-chilling cold of German winter. And sometimes, he would lie out in the snow for long periods. He fasted to the point of emaciation, and he would beat himself with a whip. He began every day before 2am and prayed seven times a day. Martin was looking for something that all of us, even in our modern world, are looking for. Join me for Martin’s story in our program, “ Blessed are Those Who Hunger and Thirst After Righteousness.

The Seven Deadliest

What makes our planet unique is that it is teeming with life. As humans, we like to get near these magnificent animals, to watch and admire them in their natural habitat. But many of these animals are not only spectacular but unpredictable and dangerous; they might look cute and cuddly but could kill you in mere seconds. This program takes us on a journey into the Wild in search of the world’s deadliest animals and their message for us today.

Henry Lawson

Henry Lawson was one of Australia’s most celebrated literary giants. Best known for his stark and striking poetry and short stories, Lawson’s raw depictions of life in the Australian bush strike a chord in the hearts of anyone who reads his work. As we look at the life and times of this renowned Australian poet, we might learn some lessons from his life and work.

Hostage Hero

Atlanta is the capital of the American State of Georgia. It’s a growing and prosperous city that’s home to Coca-Cola, CNN, and Delta Airlines. But in March 2005, this booming metropolis went into lockdown. People were afraid. They hurried home and stayed behind locked doors. A killer was on the loose. Desperate, heavily armed and with nothing to lose, he took a young woman, Ashley Smith, hostage. Her story is powerful and inspiring. Don’t miss it in our program, Hostage Hero.

Is Jesus Real?

Jesus Christ may be the most famous person who ever lived. But how do we know he did? While billions of people believe Jesus was the most important figure in world history, many others reject the idea that he even existed at all. Join Gary Kent on a journey through the land of Israel as we follow in the footsteps of Jesus, and look at the top 10 discoveries related to him and consider the evidence to determine if Jesus was a real person who actually lived.

The Tablecloth

A lonely and heartbroken woman, fleeing the horrors of WWII, found hope and more in New York. She found her lost and treasured gold and ivory tablecloth, and…

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