Passion Week Archaeology

By SourceFlix | Mar 28, 2013 | 16 Comments
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This weekend brings us to the time of pondering and celebrating the two most important events in the course of human history – the death and resurrection of Christ.  Today’s video shows some of my favorite archaeological discoveries that help to solidify the historical context behind those events. Praise be to Christ Jesus, the Lamb…

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The Locusts

By SourceFlix | Mar 25, 2013 | 14 Comments
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Recently, I sat down in the early morning to enjoy a cup of coffee and my newspaper. The headline of the Jerusalem Post read “Swarm of Locusts Crosses Sinai Border into Israel”. I leaped out of my chair, grabbed my camera gear, jumped in my car and raced towards the Egyptian border. Within three hours…

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The Mustard Tree

By SourceFlix | Mar 5, 2013 | 11 Comments
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The tree in this video, many believe, is the mustard tree mentioned in the gospels. We can see what Jesus was describing…a very small seed growing larger and larger.  A tiny bit of faith in Jesus can grow into something extraordinary – increasing the kingdom of God, moving mountains and accomplishing the impossible! Blessings, Joel…

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Whiter Than Snow

By SourceFlix | Jan 12, 2013 | 1 Comment
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Yesterday morning, my eyes popped open at 4:20am. Looking out the window of my Jerusalem apartment I saw that it was snowing – heavily! Quickly, I packed up my camera and drove to the top of the Mount of Olives. There I sat for three hours waiting for the sun to rise and the snow…

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The Shepherd Connection

By SourceFlix | Dec 25, 2012 | 11 Comments
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Some have asked why I have spent two years filming shepherds. The answer is that the Bible is full of them! Abraham lived as a shepherd in the land of Canaan. When Abraham’s grandson, Jacob, moved his sons and their families to Egypt, they were asked by Pharaoh, “What is your occupation?” “Your servants are…

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