7. Found In Translation
 

Reformation Journey / 56 VIEWS

In every location on this epic Reformation Journey Dejan and Victor seem to have discovered people who take the Bible really seriously - even at the risk of their lives. In this final episode they go in search of someone who can help them understand the Bible for today.

 
Episode 4 - ZooAve Animal Rescue
 

Animal Encounters Season 2 - Costa Rica / 56 VIEWS

Most of the creatures at the ZooAve Animal Rescue are closed to visitors. But when Gabi, Cassila and Caro go behind the scenes, they discover a bird named Grecia who changed the way animals are treated in Costa Rica for the better.

 
Loneliness
 

VIEWPOINT / 54 VIEWS

Why is loneliness so prevalent in today's society? Can you feel lonely in a crowd or even in a church congregation? The panel tackle these and other difficult questions and look for solutions to the very real issue of loneliness.

 
Michael Omolewa
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 52 VIEWS

Former President of UNESCO - Michael Omolewa, shares how his faith has always been an upfront part of his high profile job.

 
Jesus The Way
 

INSPIRED / 52 VIEWS

"Many Christians struggle to accept that Jesus Christ, and He alone is the Way, the Truth and the Life. Just to accept and leave Jesus as our Saviour is troubling." Pastor Ian Sweeney presents his thoughts on John 14:6.

 
Isabel Moraes
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 51 VIEWS

Feeding your epilepsy medicine to the dog is not particularly good for dog or child, but this early experiment (or rebellion) eventually led to a career in science as Dr Moraes searches for a cure for Alzheimer's disease while also developing a passion for God and His creation.

 
Tom Pignon
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 50 VIEWS

A childhood move from rural Norfolk to Kenya was difficult for Tom Pignon, but somehow he gained a vision for looking beyond himself to the needs of others – something reflected in his charity career.

 
The Journey - When Disaster Strikes
 

The Journey / 50 VIEWS

Earthquake, tsunami, hurricane or flood – The punishment of God on a delinquent world? Some would say so. Yet in a journey that starts with the Great Lisbon earthquake of 1755, Victor Hulbert argues that there is a more positive view of God to be seen when times get tough.

 
What Is Truth
 

VIEWPOINT / 49 VIEWS

Pastors Simon Martin and Petras Bahadur join with social anthropologist Petula Peters to try and answer a simple – yet surprisingly difficult question. And how do they respond to a Professor of Divinity who left the Adventist Church because he 'needed more ambiguity'? Also watch VIEWPOINT on Is Technology Good or Bad