Ep 8 The Morning Star: John Wycliffe
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

The historical and theological significance of Martin Luther is encapsulated in the memorial, in the centre of Worms. Luther is surrounded by some of the most important people who paved the way for the reformation. They include John Wycliffe, Jan Hus and Girolamo Savonarola. They laid the foundation for Martin Luther. What’s more, it’s the story of the birth of the modern age. But perhaps, even more importantly, it’s a story that could bring you peace and freedom.

 
Ep 6 The Death Camp Murals
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

Before World War II, Singapore was know as an “impregnable fortress.” But the British surrendered to the Japanese after just 7 days of fighting. 50,000 British and Australian soldiers were taken captive. One man showed them Jesus in a very unusual way and gave them hope. Watch the program here in HD to learn more. Invite your friends to watch it too!

 
Ep 5 The Battle Box Singapore
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

Fort Canning is located in the middle of Singapore. From this colonial fort, you can trace the rise and fall of great empires and re-live one of the most important battles in history – one that provides insights into the Universal Battle and the war behind all wars.

 
Ep 4 C.S Lewis
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

Before he turned 10 years of age, his mother died of cancer. So a young C. S. Lewis turned his back on God and became a militant atheist. Even being almost killed in the trenches of the Somme in 1918 didn’t change his mind. Yet from that angry and confused young man, Lewis went on to become someone who stood up and brought hope to his nation in the darkest hours in World War II. What made C. S. Lewis change his mind and go on to become one of the twentieth century’s strongest advocates for Christianity? Many have read his books. Now you can find out the true story of C. S. Lewis the man.

 
Ep 3 John Wesley
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

Today we often focus on economic and military power as the way that we can save nations. But one man did it by bringing about spiritual revival. By calling people back to true religion, he is “The Man Who Saved England.” He almost certainly changed the course of history. He transformed his nation. But first, he had to be transformed himself. And his call to personal and social holiness still challenges Christians today.

 
Ep 2 The Book That Went to The Moon
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

On 20 July 1969, over 500 million people watched in awe as Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon. One of the little-known facts about Neil Armstrong and the Apollo astronauts is that they were not just the best and the brightest scientists and engineers that America had to offer but many of them were Christians. In this program, we discuss the Christianity of those astronauts and why NASA remained tight-lipped about it. Don’t miss this incredible program commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing

 
Ep 1 The Secret of Nuremberg
 

The Incredible Journey / September 28, 2019

Adolf Hitler could have saved himself, his people and the world a lot of heartache and agony if only he’d taken note of an ancient prophecy, cast in stone, above the entrance to the old town hall, in Nuremberg. This amazing prophecy written 2600 years ago accurately predicted the future of Europe, the outcome of World War Two and the fate of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis and it also contains a message for us today. Don’t miss it!

 
Ep 9 Man of the Millenium: Martin Luther
 

The Incredible Journey / September 19, 2019

Five hundred years ago, an event took place that shook the world and changed the course of human history. A young German monk challenged the power and authority of the most powerful empire on earth – an empire that had ruled for a thousand years.

 
Ep 7 Titanic- Endless Love
 

The Incredible Journey / September 17, 2019

More than 100 years have sailed by since the world’s most luxurious steamship, RMS Titanic, made its disastrous end in the North Atlantic sea, after crashing into an iceberg during its maiden voyage from London to New York. A deep-sea grave became the ‘pinnacle of human achievement’s’ final destination in the early hours of April 15 1912. One passenger, Ida Straus, a first-class female, who by all societal laws was most entitled to a lifeboat position. Offered a chance to survive, Ida Straus refused to go without her husband Isidor. Choosing instead to make the ultimate sacrifice for love, the love and devotion of Ida and Isidor, captured in their final moments together, lives on well beyond their lifetime, serving as a symbol of eternal love. This is their story.