Have you ever wondered how it is fair that there is so much suffering? Have you ever wondered why innocent children die? Our audio drama continues with Thomas telling about life with Jesus.
Why would God allow a man be born blind? Why would God allow someone to go blind? Why doesn't God heal everyone who needs healing? This audio drama helps bring understanding in this painful question.
Abuse, starvation, broken bones, broken hearts and other forms of suffering abound. Why? Why would a loving God allow such suffering if He could prevent it? This audio drama can help you understand the answer to this key question.
Life can be extremely hard and painful, sometimes even overwhelmingly challenging just to find food to eat. It can be easy to wonder if the creator of the universe knows you exist. This audio drama will help answer the question of whether God knows you.
The world is filled with men and women who barely exist. You may be asking that IF God exists, does He care about the poor and suffering? Listen to this audio drama to find your answers.
If you've been abused, suffered from a disease, or handicap, you've likely had questions about God. Listen to this audio drama where the disciple Thomas tells of Jesus answering some hard questions about God.
A summary of universal questions are answered in this episode by Dr. Clarkson. The biggest question answered here is, "Who Is God?" Does God want us to know Him?
It would be the last trip to Jerusalem, what would Jesus tell his disciples? In this audio drama, Jesus tells them about how He will . . .
In this audio drama, Jesus tells his disciples more about what God is like. For instance, when the disciples were talking about who is the greatest disciple, Jesus surprises them when He interrupts them and says . . .
What will God's Kingdom be like? Does God listen to people's prayers? Listen in to this dramatic presentation giving the answers to these questions and more.
John tells us about some of the challenges he faced in those lonely hours following Jesus’ death
John tells of his experience when the temple officials put Jesus on trial.
John describes the memorable things Jesus said and did as they gathered in an upper room to observe the Passover.
John, the "beloved disciple", gives us a more personal look at Jesus.
Nicodemus struggles with trusting Jesus because of his own position in Israel's governing body.