Video Vignettes

Our video vignettes highlight the inspired importance of biblical locations. 

Approximately 17 minutes, this video vignette outlines the spiritual significance of the birth of Jesus.

Approximately 16 minutes, this video vignette brings out the spiritual lessons of the night Jesus spent in Gethsemane before he was betrayed.

This video discusses the remarkable feat of bringing water into the city of Jerusalem during the siege by Sennacherib, the Assyrian king. Thus, King Hezekiah saves the city from destruction.

Approximately 25 minutes. This video vignette covers the narrative of Jacob at Bethel, We might consider it as one of the highlights of Jacob’s experience because it represents a new beginning for him. It’s a great step forward for the patriarch in his realizing God is present with His children …

The story of Jesus’ encounter with Zacchaeus, the publican, is recounted in the Gospel of Luke. We discuss the qualities of the tax collector and why Jesus might have seen in this individual more receptivity than the other Jews of his day, and why the Master calls him “a son …

This video discusses the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist and how this event will confirm the divine presence and power in his Messianic mission. We will also consider the question: what does it mean when we’re told that Jesus will baptize with the Holy Ghost and with fire?

Approximately 16 minutes, this video vignette shares insights into the wilderness experience, John the Baptist, and Jesus and the three temptations.

Approximately 21.5 minutes, this video vignette (parts 1 and 2) focuses on what we might be able to learn from Moses’ experience on Mount Nebo and what the Promised Land might spiritually symbolize.

Approximately 20 minutes. As students of the Bible, are we not compelled to ask, What spiritual significance underlies the town of Nazareth where Jesus grew up and where he returned as an adult to speak in the local synagogue?  This video vignette seeks to explore that question in-depth. In this …

This video vignette covers Paul’s final speech to the elders who come to visit him at Miletus.

This 35-minute video vignette will discuss Paul’s response to seeing the plethora of gods the Athenians were worshipping. He addresses this idolatry of the Greeks who even had an altar to the “Unknown God” by proclaiming to them, “. . . Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto …

Approximately 37 minutes. This video vignette discusses Paul’s second missionary journey to the city of Philippi where he found receptivity to Christianity. Here, it was through Lydia, a woman, that Christianity entered Europe. There is also a brief discussion of the poignant letter written to the Philippians by Paul when …

This video vignette discusses the circumstances surrounding Paul’s imprisonment at Caesarea Maritima. We will learn about Paul’s character under severe challenges. In one’s scholar’s words, “Attacked at every point of his, [Paul] does not shrink from the contest, he redoubles his energies – everywhere confronts his adversaries and never for one …

One week after Jesus’ ascension, Jews celebrate the “Feast of Weeks” – a feast after the end of the barley harvest. It’s also known as “the Pentecost” because the feast occurs 50 days after the first day of Passover. But this celebration is unique. It becomes the first test for …

Approximately 17 minutes. This talk, along with visual slides, discusses the resurrection of Tabitha by the disciple, Peter. Approximately 18 minutes.

This talk, along with visual slides, discusses Jesus’ raising of the widow’s son at Nain and looks at the parallel between this narrative and the Old Testament story of Elijah’s raising of the widow’s son at Zarephath. Approximately 16 minutes.

This video vignette discusses Jesus’ raising of Lazareth at Bethany.

Approximately 31 minutes. This video vignette discusses the Bible narrative about the destruction of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah and looks at the deeper implications of the reason they were destroyed.

Coming Soon . . . This video discusses the resurrection of Eutychus at Troas.

This video discusses the first recorded “miracle” in John’s Gospel – the wedding feast in Cana of Galilee where Christ Jesus turns water into wine.  The question is asked: are we ready to give up substitutes for God’s revelation and put on the new way of doing things through pure …