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The Land and the Book
47 minutes | Jan 22, 2022
Enemies and Allies
Do recent changes in the Middle East signal peace? You’ve read where one Arab country after another is signing historic peace, trade, investment, and tourism deals with Israel. But at the same time, Russia, Iran, and Turkey are forming a dangerous alliance. Where's it all heading? That's our focus as we sit down with New York Times best-selling author Joel Rosenberg…on The Land and the Book. Join us.
47 minutes | Jan 15, 2022
50 Most Important Bible Questions
You can’t read the Bible and NOT have questions. This week on The Land and the Book, Michael Rydelnik joins us for 50 Most Important Bible Questions. They are the very questions that stump many of us. But as you listen, you'll find your faith fortified. Plus, we'll equip you with practical tips on how to share your faith. So, don't miss "50 Most Important Bible Questions" on the very next edition of The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jan 8, 2022
Israel Update: From the Midwest Consulate General
With yet another COVID variant, what’s the future of tourism in Israel? What about the relationship between Jerusalem and Washington? And why does Israel seem to be losing the public relations war in the media? We’ll tackle some tough questions as we meet the Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest. Join Charlie Dyer and Jon Gauger for a one-hour fly-over of the Middle East…on The Land and the Book. Join us!
47 minutes | Jan 1, 2022
A Biblical Response to Refugees
Refugees—the global problem that won’t go away. But did you know the Bible contains 70 commands instructing us how to treat aliens, strangers, and refugees? Sadly, these commands are often ignored out of fear, ignorance, or apathy. This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll encounter biblical hope for refugees. Plus, we’ll bring you up to date on all the headlines out of the Middle East…on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Dec 25, 2021
Unwrapping Christmas in the Old Testament
When most of us think of Christmas, we think of the gospels. But the story of Christmas has deep roots in the Old Testament. This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll be unwrapping Christmas in the Old Testament. Enjoy richly dramatized scenes, fascinating interviews and more. You’ll discover meanings to the birth of Christ that will blow you away! So, join Charlie Dyer and Jon Gauger in “Unwrapping Christmas in the Old Testament” on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Dec 18, 2021
The Expected One
If Christmas is about anything, it’s about a promise. A promised hope. A promised Messiah. A promised salvation. You might say Jesus was…the Expected One. Coming up on The Land and the Book…a fresh look at the Expected One. Plus, Charlie Dyer’s devotional offers a fresh message of Christmas hope you’ll love. And we’ll have a great time answering Bible questions and untangling the headlines from the Middle East. All on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Dec 11, 2021
Flourish—Connecting with Muslim Women
Its carpets are world famous, and it has the world's second largest gas reserves. It’s the nation of Iran. Did you know Iran has one of the world’s fastest growing churches—despite the persecution? This week on The Land and the Book, discover “Not Forgotten,” a ministry to women in Iran. Plus, learn how teenagers are paying the price for their faith in Muslim countries. Stories you’ll be sharing tonight over the dinner table—that’s The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Dec 4, 2021
According to the American Bible Society, only 9% of Gen Z youth and 23% of Gen Z adults consider themselves "Bible-centered". This decline in faith shows no signs of slowing. AND it all has a negative impact on the biblical idea of supporting Israel. But rather than curse the darkness, one organization is lighting a candle. Come over to the bright side when you join us for The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Nov 27, 2021
The Chosen. It’s the television series that’s been seen in every country on the planet. The Chosen. Now comes a new novel based on the video series. This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll go behind the story for insights from best-selling author Jerry Jenkins. Then we’ll immerse ourselves in Bible questions and answers. Plus, Charlie Dyer’s devotional will take us to a very special place in Israel. Be sure to join us for The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Nov 20, 2021
Hungry for God
As a youth, she was hungry for God—but turned to Islam. She then worked for the U.S. government in anti-terrorism and has photos of herself with Presidents Bush, Obama, Trump and Prince Charles. Eventually, she found Christ. But the twists and turns along the way make for a remarkable story. You’ll hear it in its entirety when you connect with us this week at The Land and the Book. Plus—we’ll bring you the stories behind the headlines from the Middle East on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jul 25, 2020
Extreme Israel Travel
When most of us think of a trip to the Holy land, we envision air-conditioned buses, relaxing walks to favorite Bible destinations, and a cushy vacation feel. But this week on The Land and the Book, we’ll talk to a pastor who took an “Extreme Israel Trip.” So lace up those hiking boots—and make sure you’ve got plenty of water. Plus, Charlie Dyer will bring us up to date on all the hot stories coming out of the Middle East. That’s The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jul 18, 2020
Islam vs. Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments: carved by the finger of God onto stone tablets. The Commandments remind us of who God is—and who we ought to be. But is it possible some are mimicking the Ten Commandments with dark intentions? Don't miss the conversation this week on The Land and the Book. Plus, our Q&A segment will stimulate your thinking about Israel, the Bible, and prophecy. Find out what other listeners are asking on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jul 11, 2020
Births in the Bible
The birth process—it’s full of wonder and mystery. It’s also filled with discomfort—and even danger. When we read the Bible, we encounter many stories of notable births. But what do we know about the medical conditions back then? How were those births different from ours—and how were they similar? In what way should this influence the way we read Scripture? An unusual conversation this week on The Land and the Book. It’s “Births in the Bible.” Join us!
47 minutes | Jul 4, 2020
Israel Travel—for Women
So, you're a woman thinking about traveling to Israel. Maybe you're single. Or you're married, but going without your spouse. And you wonder--is traveling to Israel a good idea? If so, how should you pack? Do some holy sites place restrictions on women? And what safety issues—if any—should you be concerned about? This week on The Land and the Book, we’ll focus on Israel Travel—for Women.
47 minutes | Jun 27, 2020
Keeping Holocaust Stories Alive
Using technology to tell the story of the Holocaust. That’s our focus this week on The Land and the Book. You’ll discover how holograms make it possible to have virtual conversations with real holocaust survivors. Plus, we’ll update you on all the critical stories unfolding right now in the Middle East. We’ll also answer your latest Bible questions. So join Charlie Dyer and Jon Gauger for The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jun 20, 2020
I Found the Truth
Facts tell. Stories sell. The team at I-found-the-truth-dot-com is undoubtedly leveraging the power of Story, as you’ll discover this week on The Land and the Book. You’ll hear the actual testimony of a Jordanian woman who left Islam to follow Jesus. Plus, learn how video testimonies are impacting the Muslim world for Christ. All on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jun 13, 2020
Famous Couples in the Bible
Famous Couples in the Bible—and what they can teach us today. That’s our focus this week on The Land and the Book. We’ll sit down with New York Times best-selling authors Les and Leslie Parrott for a stimulating conversation. Abraham and Sarah…Ruth and Boaz…Joseph and Mary. You’ll see them as you’ve never seen them before. That’s ahead this week on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
How to Overcome Worry
Picture Jesus on the Mount of Beatitudes, overlooking the sea of Galilee. To the crowd gathered from near and far, Jesus talks much about anxiety. He invests a significant part of His "Sermon on the Mount" to our problem of worry. But we DO worry. This week on The Land and the Book, Dr. Winfred Neely takes us back to the Mount of Beatitudes for a practical conversation on how to overcome worry. This is one program you should not miss. The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | May 30, 2020
High Tech Turkey Outreach
When you think of evangelism, you probably don’t think of the nation of Turkey. But some very creative people are trying some very creative outreach ideas there. The impact reaches all the way to Iran. You’ll be amazed when you join us for The Land and the Book. Plus, you’ll be stimulated by the questions listeners like you are asking about prophecy, the Middle East, and Scripture. Why not make it a point to join the conversation this week on The Land and the Book.
47 minutes | May 23, 2020
Patterns of Evidence
Have you ever wondered about the Bible and whether or not the events in it really happened? Tim Mahoney has traveled the world and talked to experts on both sides of the question. He says there are patterns of evidence that match events and places recorded in the Bible. Using the Bible as a guide, he helps us discover details that many have overlooked or forgotten. Patterns of Evidence. Don’t miss the conversation this week on The Land and the Book.
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