The Incredible Journey

The Incredible Journey

22 Episodes

The Incredible Journey documentary series takes you through the stories of fascinating individuals and pivotal moments in history, to discover how to apply new principles to your own life.

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The Incredible Journey
  • Man of the Millennium

    Episode 1

    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.

  • Morning Stars

    Episode 2

    People like John Wycliffe, Jan Hus and Girolamo Savonarola all laid the foundation for Martin Luther.
    Find out how their stories could bring you peace and freedom.

  • The Secret of Nuremberg

    Episode 3

    Adolf Hitler could have saved himself, his people and the world a lot of heartache if only he'd taken note of an ancient prophecy, cast in stone, above the entrance to the old town hall, in Nuremberg.

  • Pop Star with a Purpose

    Episode 4

    Despite great success, singer/songwriter Naomi Streimer didn’t experience complete fulfillment in her musical career. Discover, in this episode, how she was led through fortuitous circumstances to a greater purpose.

  • The Last Soldier

    Episode 5

    For 28 years after World War II ended, Shoichi Yokoi 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?

  • The Deciding Moment

    Episode 6

    Life is made up of choices, individual decisions that can influence our future and even determine our ultimate destiny. Discover how this fact relates to Gettysburg and the American Civil War.

  • Titanic: Endless Love

    Episode 7

    When the Titanic met with disaster, one passenger who was entitled to a lifeboat, gave up that right.

  • The Alamo

    Episode 8

    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.

  • Fatal Shore

    Episode 9

    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.

  • The Legend of Davy Crockett

    Episode 10

    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.

  • The Pearl

    Episode 11

    Broome is 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. Discover how the pearl of great price applies to people seeking the kingdom of heaven and to Christ seeking His lost inheritance - you...

  • The Great Ocean Road

    Episode 12

    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 awe...

  • The One Rescuer

    Episode 13

    The story of one of the most amazing rescues in Australian aviation history. So many search planes had already flown thousands of kilometers 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 co...

  • The Battlebox

    Episode 14

    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.

  • The Downfall of the President

    Episode 15

    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.

  • The Death Camp Murals

    Episode 16

    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.

  • The Rabbit-Proof Fence

    Episode 17

    Australians 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...

  • Standing in the Circle

    Episode 18

    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 plac...

  • The Girl Who Talked to the Stars

    Episode 19

    It's a story that reminds us of the power of kindness and love to transform a person's life.

  • Newheart

    Episode 20

    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 wa...

  • The Rock

    Episode 21

    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.

  • The Cattle Empire

    Episode 22

    Australian cattle stations are often mentioned in the same breath as the Australian Outback. Here the cattle kings, such as the Kindmans, have built empires encompassing some of the toughest and driest country Australia has to offer.
    Discover God who was prepared to give His entire empire in ord...