“The Incredible Journey is a new donor funded ministry passionate about communicating our bold vision of sharing the good news of Christ and preparing people for the soon coming of Jesus… devoted to giving Biblical answers to life’s questions through television, the Internet, social media, Bible Centre, evangelistic ministry and Christian living and faith-sharing resources.
Pastor Gary Kent is an archaeologist who has excavated numerous sites throughout Israel and Jordan. As an internationally-acclaimed speaker and TV presenter, he has spoken and produced numerous documentaries on subjects including the Bible, Bible prophecy, world events and natural health. His passion is to share the good news of Jesus’ imminent return.
24 Brexit: When Dreams Collide
Britain’s exit from the European Union is a politically very significant event. For Australia, Brexit is the diplomatic equivalent of moving into a small house with a divorcing couple. But did you know that Bible prophecy said Brexit would happen? Watch The this program to learn more. Invite your friends to watch it too.
23 The Cattle Empire
Nothing says Australia quite like our outback and you can find a little of the outback in every state of mainland Australia. The open spaces that seem to stretch on forever tell the story of the exploration and development of our red brown land and reflect Australia’s pioneering spirit and unique identity and nowhere is this more evident than in the livestock industry, especially on the vast cattle stations that cover much of the outback.
Australian cattle stations are often mentioned in the same breath as the Australian outback, here cattle kings built their empires encompassing some of the toughest and dry country Australia has to offer. In this episode we’re going to consider the ultimate cattle empire and discover how it affects each of us.
22 The Rock
The Motobo Hills in Zimbabwe are home to some of the most majestic granite scenery in the world. The hills provide a stunning landscape of balancing rocks awkwardly teetering on top of one another. And they carry a message today that reaches to the ends of the earth.
21 New Heart
This week, Gary Kent takes us on a journey to investigate the most famous event in medical history. Dr. Christiaan Barnard, a son of Africa, performed the world’s first human to human heart transplant at Groote Schuur hospital in Cape Town. Through this miracle, Gary shows us that God loves us just the way we are. But He refuses to leave us that way. He wants to give us a new heart and bring us peace and happiness.
20 The Girl Who Talked To The Stars
In this episode, we are following the footsteps of Bett-Bett, a well-known Australian little black princess of the Never-Never. It’s a story we should all hear, as it reminds us of some of the darker days of our history as a nation, but more importantly of the power of kindness and love to transform a person’s life. Come with us on a journey into the Never-Never and discover Bett-Bett’s faith!
19 Standing in the Circle
Oxford, England, is a wonderful place to wander, the narrow cobblestone lanes take you on a journey back through the centuries as you cross old stone bridges and pass some of the most famous landmarks in Britain.
But not all the cobblestone streets in Oxford lead to places of romance and beauty, one led to a place of execution and death. The small area of cobblestones forming a cross in the centre of Broad Street beside one of Oxford’s most famous colleges marks the site where three men were led and publicly executed. It was right here that the Oxford martyrs were tied to a stake, wood piled up around them, bags of gunpowder placed around their necks and burnt alive.
Who were these men and why did they die? Well their story will surprise, shock and inspire you, make sure you stay tuned to this program.
18 The Outback Artist
The Australian outback is a landscape that drew Frank Pash and many other artists deep into its interior to create paintings that capture the very spirit and essence of the outback. Frank Pash was a man with no religious conviction and no interest in spiritual matters. Then, in his darkest hour, he saw Jesus. Watch the program to learn more.
17 The Death Camp Murals
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!
16 Along The Rabbit-Proof Fence
All of us in Australia are familiar with the story of the Rabbit-Proof Fence – the remarkable true story of three young Aboriginal girls who crossed the harsh Australian desert on foot to return to their home. The nine-week walk was a complex adventure, but it is also a reminder of what can be achieved when we hold onto hope and find the faith to step out into the unknown.
15 The Downfall of the President
One of the most fascinating events in modern political history is Watergate, the scandal in Washington DC that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. In this program, Gary Kent looks at the scandal and what it can teach us about God’s love for fallen humanity.
14 The Battlebox
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.
13 The One Rescuer
In the McPherson Rangers near the most easterly point in Australia, is the site of one of the most amazing rescues in Australian aviation history. How is it possible? So many search planes had already flown thousands of kilometres trying to spot that one crashed aircraft. So many people searching, so many people investigating and everyone finally giving up.
There was no chance.
How could it be that one man, in the dense rain forest, would make a remarkable rescue completely on his own? How could one man, heading through thick bush where almost no one ever goes, save lives? Well, you’re about to find out.
12 The Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road covers some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. It winds past the magical 12 apostles, stunning stretches of coastline, iconic surfing beaches, lush rainforests, misty waterfalls and seaside villages. Few other roads in the world can boast 240 kilometres of such awesome beauty as can the Great Ocean Road. The coastline is magnificent. It is quite the awe-inspiring journey. We are all on a journey too, one greater than the Great Ocean Road.
11 The Pearl
Broome is often referred to as the pearl of North West Australia. It’s an exotic pearling town with history and culture as rich and vibrant as its landscape. Broome pearls remind us of the pearl of great price in the Bible. Watch the program and see how the pearl of great price applies to people seeking the kingdom of heaven and to Christ seeking His lost inheritance – you and me.
10 The Legend of Davy Crockett
Davy Crocket is often referred to as the “King of the Wild Frontier.” His story will inspire you to take on any challenge. It will inspire you to be the light of the world.
9 Fatal Shore
The Great Ocean Road stretches for some 300km along the south-eastern coast of Australia. Few other roads in the world can boast such magnificent beauty. But the spectacular scenery hides a dark secret. Watch the program and learn how and why someone else came on a rescue mission from heaven to earth.
8 The Alamo
The Battle of the Alamo in 1836 was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. The subsequent disaster that led to the creation of a new state carries a message for us too. We can make a stand too. And the cross is the place to make it.
7 Titanic – Endless Love
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.
6 Joshua Chamberlain: The Deciding Moment
Life is made up of choices, individual decisions that can influence our future and even determine our ultimate destiny. This life, here and now, is a matter of cause and effect, like the butterfly effect. You’ve heard of that principle haven’t you? If not we’re going to discover what it’s all about, why it’s important and how it relates to Gettysburg and the American Civil War.
5 The Last Soldier
Somehow World War II continued in Guam until January of 1972 and it went on in the person of Shoichi Yokoi. For 28 years he hid in an underground jungle cave, fearing to come out of hiding even after finding leaflets declaring that World War II had ended. How could this Japanese soldier avoid surrendering after his nation did for 28 years? Well you’re about to find out and you’re about to discover what it has to do with you and your life.
4 Pop Star With a Purpose
Join Pastor Gary Kent as he meets with singer/songwriter Naomi Streimer. Despite great success Naomi didn’t experience complete fulfilment in her musical career, discover, in this episode, how she was led through fortuitous circumstances to a greater purpose.
3 The Secret of Nuremberg
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!
2 The Morning Star: John Wycliffe
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.
1 Man of the Millennium: Martin Luther
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.