A young wife is childless and hopeless. Taunted and humiliated, her prayers are the very definition of desperation. And then God answers. What a story—and we'll dig into it this week on The Land and the Book. It's a conversation with best-selling novelist Jill Eileen Smith about A Passionate Hope. If you've been touched by the struggle of infertility, do not miss The Land and the Book.
Large crowds. They followed Jesus everywhere. And we know for a fact that some of those crowds numbered not just in the hundreds, but in the thousands. Question: How was Jesus able to be heard without a microphone? On the next edition of The Land and the Book, we'll take you to the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee where you'll hear for yourself a remarkable experiment in acoustics. Do not miss—we'll say it again—do not miss this week's installment of The Land and the Book!
If you were told that the average Iranian citizen would be delighted to welcome you into their home, would you believe it? And would you believe there are very likely at least a million believers in Iran? This week on The Land and the Book, an eyebrow-raising discussion with Hormoz Shariat on what God is doing in Iran. You'll be blown away. Don't miss The Land and the Book.
The Hebrew calendar. To many of us, it seems strange. Different names, different holidays—even different definitions for when a day officially begins. How can we make sense of it all? This week on The Land and the Book, Jackie Powell helps us understand the Hebrew calendar. We promise that more than once, you'll say, "Ah hah!….So THAT's what it means…!" See you this week for…The Land and the Book.