The Incredible Journey is a donor-funded ministry passionate about communicating the Gospel of Christ. Pastor Gary Kent holds a B.A. in Theology, M.A. in Ancient History & Archaeology, and M. in Divinity. He's an archaeologist who has excavated numerous sites throughout Israel and Jordan and is an internationally acclaimed speaker and TV presenter, he has spoken and produced numerous documentaries on subjects including the Bible, Bible prophecy, world events, and natural health. His passion is to share the good news of Jesus’ imminent return. — New programs are released every Friday at 6pm (AEST).
The Chocolate Factory
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, it's Cadbury! But the Cadbury family has shared more than chocolate with the world. They’ve shared something far more important. The high ideals and Christian legacy of the Cadbury family are still visible in our modern society.
Five Shipwrecks and a Mothers Love
It is estimated that there are about 3 million shipwrecks lying on ocean floors across our planet. Over 8,000 of them are found in Australian waters. One of these shipwrecks was discovered by the Australian National Maritime Museum in 2009 and involves an amazing story of escaped convicts, the circumnavigation of Australia, the discovery of two major rivers, links to Napoleon, and rescue and reunion. But the story doesn’t end there. This shipwreck is linked to a series of four other shipwrecks that are all involved in one of the most amazing family reunions of all time.
How to Succeed in Life: IQ vs EQ
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a brain like Einstein? To be able to create complex theories and formulas that could change the world in some remarkable way? As important as IQ is, it turns out that IQ tests are notoriously bad at determining someone’s success or failure in life, and that scoring a high EQ – or emotional quotient – is a better indicator of success.
Join Gary Kent and Dr. Neil Nedley in our program ‘How to Succeed in Life: IQ vs EQ’.
ANZAC Heritage – The Lavertys
Travel to almost any city, town or hamlet in Australia and New Zealand and the chances are you will find some sort of memorial to the Anzac soldiers of the Great War. But of the thousands of memorials found across the country, this one here in Mullumbimby in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia, has special significance to me personally. That's because of the four names that it represents — my grandfather his two brothers and his brother-in-law.
I am taking the opportunity of exploring the First World War Anzacs in our family. We’re trying to track down the men behind the pictures and fragments of memory that are part of our family heritage – and discover our own connections to the Great War. Join us as we embark on a journey of discovery back into history to discover secrets from the past. I’m sure there are going to be lots of surprises along the way.
Oberammergau – The Promise
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 turmoil and torment of the Bubonic plague that ravages the rest of Europe.
A humble woodcarver, Kasper Schisler returns to his home in Oberammergau from his labours in a nearby village. But unbeknown to him and the other inhabitants of the town, he silently carries with him the seeds of a calamity that will wreak havoc, terror, and destruction on Oberammergau and its people. Within a year of this day, over one-quarter of the residents of the town will be dead - claimed by the dreaded plague, the Black Death. This will give rise to an extraordinary covenant with God that still resonates to this day.
The Wonders of Space
Space is awesome. Just think of the immensity of space. For example, our earth could fit into the sun 1.3 million times. And one of the closest large galaxies to us is the Andromeda galaxy which is 2.5 million light-years away. Do you get what that means? Travelling at the speed of light –18 million km per minute –it would take us two and half million years to reach our nearest neighbour galaxy, Andromeda. And then we’re only on the edge of the Universe. Yes, it’s all enough to boggle the mind, but by understanding our galaxy we may be able to better understand our place in it, and how this world came to be. To find out more in our program, The Wonders of Space.
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