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Jesus is still the reason for the season at TBN
TBN, the world’s largest religious network and America’s most watched faith channel, is rolling out over 80 specials and movies Christmas week, guaranteed to delight the entire family!
By WDC Media News
"TBN is home to tens of millions of people around the world seeking a quality television experience," announced Paul Crouch, Jr., Vice President of Administration. "TBN is seeking to do more than merely entertain people this Christmas season. TBN's goal is to inspire people, engage their minds, and encourage their spirit through contemporary, positive programming that speaks to their hearts and souls."
On Monday, December 19th at 7 PM, you won't want to miss "MARY, THE MOTHER OF JESUS." This is the real-life story of that woman who birthed the Savior. She came from humble beginnings to bring to the world hope and joy in the person of Christ. This movie relates God’s love, sacrifice and yearning to rescue every soul by grace divine.
More Great Movies and Specials . . .
KING OF KINGS
This time-honored movie depicts the Roman might under General Pompey in conquering Judea in 63 BC, a time of despair and fear for the Jews. In trials unbelievable, Jews suffered under Roman rule, particularly that of King Herod. Yet the Messianic hope broke through in Christ. During the reign of Augustus, Christ was born in the village of Bethlehem. Some believed in His person and mission. Later, according to the movie, various responses were forthcoming relating to who He actually was. Those who experienced His grace, realized Him to be none other than God incarnate.
Show times: Tues 12/20, 7 – 10 PM and Sun 12/25, 9 PM – 12 AM
THE GOSPEL OF JOHN
The best loved of the four Gospels, the Gospel of John reveals the powerful life of Christ. This movie is a faithful dramatization of the biblical text. The Gospel meticulously recreates the era of Christ during an exceptionally tumultuous period. Starring Henry Ian Cusick as Christ, narrated by Christopher Plummer with a cast of over 2500, the movie has been adapted for screen, word for word, based on the American Bible Society’s Good News Bible. The movie is directed by the acclaimed Philip Saville.
Show Time: Wed 12/21, 7 PM
ANGEL OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
When an unemployed Detroit man is arrested for a crime he didn't commit, his three children are determined to get him out of jail in time for Christmas by enlisting the help of "the most powerful man in the world," President Hoover. Movie stars Robert Urich, and Diana Scarwid.
Show times: Tue 12/20, 8:30 AM – 10 AM, Thur 12/22, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM, Sat 12/24, 9:30 PM - 11:00 PM
KENNY ROGERS: CHRISTMAS FROM THE HEART
Kenny Rogers’ voice is inviting and reassuring during this holy season commemorating the birth of the Savior, Christ. He brings to the screen the faith for our times. Kenny Rogers delivers Christmastide’s favorites. It is an enriching special from the first note to the last.
Show times: Wed 12/21, 7 PM – 9 PM, Thu 12/22, 2 PM – 5 PM and 11 PM – 12 AM
LEGEND OF THE CANDY CANE
Those in the lonely prairie town of West Stage never dreamt that from that night onward their lives would never be the same. A mysterious rider came into their midst. This animated program yields hope in the meaning of a favorite Christmas treat—the candy cane. Based on the book by the same title, this version introduces the viewers to a fascinating cast of characters. Featured are the voices of Florence Henderson, Tom Bosley, Bruce Marchiano, Ossie Davis, Paige O’Hara, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, and Jay Underwood.
Show times: Fri 12/23, 4 PM – 5 PM, Sat 12/24, 1:30 AM – 2 AM
THE CHRISTMAS BOX
This movie depicts a rich elderly widow who takes in a goal-oriented yuppie and his family to care for her. With that, she teaches them the true meaning of Christmas. Stars Maureen O'Hara, Annette O'Toole, and Richard Thomas.
Show times: Fri 12/23, 7 PM – 8:30 PM, Sat 12/24, 11 PM – 12 AM, Sun 12/25 12 AM - 12:30 AM
A WOBOTS CHRISTMAS
An orphan boy came upon the true meaning of Christmas. Hating holidays because it was all about toys, he realized that he had none. And his future was bleak. He no doubt never would have any. Further, he’s made fun of by other children. Then he comes upon a new friend, the ‘wobot.’ In that discovery, his life is forever changed for joy and happiness. It all happens at Christmas Eve when Commodore becomes his fast friend. Commodore teaches the true meaning of Christmas. From that springs dazzling hope forever alive.
Show time: Sat 12/24, 9:00 AM--10:00 AM
THE CHRISTMAS CAROL
Jack does not feel the Christmas cheer. He’s disconnected from the joy others come upon. Job, the season, and family all seem far distant to Jack. As a journalist in Dallas, a mysterious photograph draws him to Clearwater, Texas. There he comes upon the town’s pride and joy of Christmastide. It is a life-sized carved nativity scene. As Jack searches for the Christmas mysteries, he uncovers secrets from his past. In that he is reunited with family he had never known. With that, he returns to the love that never left him. The movie is cast with William R. Moses, Megan Follows, Steven Curtis Chapman, Muse Watson, Juliette Jobe
Show time: Sat 12/24 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
JESUS: THE MIRACLE MAKER
Tamar. Her parents are in search of medical help for her. They come upon a carpenter named "Jesus." Viewers couple with Tamar to discover Christ’s love, hearing His words of comfort and also witnessing her family entering likewise into His grace. It is the personal tiding of Christmas brought home. Features state-of-the-art 3-D animation and the voices of an all-star cast, including Ralph Fiennes, William Hurt, and Miranda Richardson.
Show time: Sat 12/24 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
On Christmas Day, TBN features 20 worship services from such renowned pastors as: Pastor Jentezen Franklin; Pastor Kenneth Hagin; Dr. James Kennedy and Pastor Paula White.
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