Friday, September 18, 2015

Israel’s Mission by Ray Vander Laan Review

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Israel’s Mission is part of that the World May Know DVD Bible Study Series. If you have never watched this series then I highly recommend that you watch them. They are a wonderful study tool to add to your Bible Study. Whether you are doing this on your own or with a group. If you haven’t watched them Israel’s mission is a stand-alone that you don’t need to watch the other’s in this.

Israel’s Mission is 5 lessons on, “Becoming a Kingdom of Priest in a Prodigal World.” All 5 episodes are filmed in the Middle East. Each episode runs around 30 minutes.

The five episodes are:

Abraham and Sarah and The Three strangers filmed in the Negev Desert in Israel.
Israel at Sinai: The First Great Commission filmed in Timnah, Israel which runs 31 minutes.

Jesus Renews His Mission: Seeking the Lost filmed in Qatzrin, Israel.

The Lost Son: In a Far Away Country filmed in Jerash, Jordan.

The Seeking Father: The Lost Son Returns filmed in Qatzrin, Israel.

Ray Vander Laan knows the culture, history, and the land of Israel. He brings out some amazing information that ties God’s word to life. We happened to watch this series before we went to Israel not long ago and I recalled many of the lessons from the other’s in this series when I was in the Land. The DVD really brings the word alive while you are digging into scripture and seeing the places.

The Discovery Guide covers all 5 episodes in detail it can be used for and individual or a group study. It’s broken down nicely which references to the scriptures. There are photos, maps, and other study tools.

One that that I really appreciate about Ray Vander Laan is that he always brings it back to a life application and encourages you to a closer walk with our Lord and Savior Jesus.

 I received both the Discovery Guide and the DVD. I cannot say enough good things about Israel’s Mission or the series. You are missing out on a great study if you haven’t watched them.


Litfuse Publicity Group has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book. In no way was I asked to give a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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