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January 01 2020

The Documentary Series Hosted by Dennis Haysbert

 

After thousands of miles, hundreds of grace-filled testimonies, and more than three years in the making, the documentary series, Inexplicable: How Christianity Spread To the Ends of the Earth, 

Get Closer to Jesus
January 01 2020

Follow the Path of Christianity's Beginnings Around the Globe.

 
In 2017, directors and producers from TBN stepped out in faith to follow the path of Christianity’s beginnings around the globe. From Jerusalem to
Victories and Breakthroughs
January 01 2020

TBN Partners share how God is moving in their lives.

 

“Since I have been partnering with TBN, my whole life has changed. I have been free from drugs, alcohol, and nicotine. God is doing wonderful things in my life.
Do This in Remembrance of Me
October 01 2019

Partaking of Health & Wholeness at the Lord's Table.

 

Laurie and I have been thinking about Communion quite a bit lately. That’s because our eyes have been opened to some powerful truths about “the Lord’s Supper”— truths we want to be sure our partners understand as well.

50th GMA Dove Awards
October 01 2019

Sunday, October 20th | Only on TBN!

 

Since 1969, the Gospel Music Association (GMA) has been recognizing the best in Christian music. Bill Gaither came up with the idea, and
2019's Top Praise Episodes
October 01 2019

Praise Viewers Have Been Drawn to Top TBN Programmers and Inspiring Music in 2019. 

 

If you missed them, you can still watch these episodes at watch.tbn.tv.
Holidays at the Holy Land Experience
October 01 2019

Where the True Heroes Live.

 

Now is the time to start planning your holiday getaway to The Holy Land Experience, Orlando’s inspiring family-friendly theatrical theme park that ignites the values you believe.

MY | STORY: Faith-Forward Transformations
October 01 2019

"When I Turned Up the Volume, That Was the First Time I Met Jesus."

 

Steven Setu came out of a bad relationship a couple of years ago and was hurting. Somehow, he became convinced the best way to “get over it” was just to end his life. He’d never seen himself as the kind of person who would consider suicide;

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