TBN Set to Air Full Slate of New Programming This Month

TBN, the world’s largest religious broadcaster, announced today a new lineup of fresh programming premiering this month. Beginning on Friday, May 14 at 8 p.m. ET, Cody Crouch, the grandson of TBN Founders Paul and Jan Crouch, will make his stand-alone hosting debut with “This Month in Christian History.” The new monthly series consists of 12 episodes and aims to honor the significance of the past highlighting saints, athletes, missionaries and regular people who did extraordinary things in the corresponding month throughout history.

“The rollout of new programming represents TBN’s continuing commitment to produce and air faith content that is informative, engaging, and relevant to a wide range of viewers,” says Matt Crouch, chairman of TBN. Crouch adds that he is particularly thrilled with the premiere of son Cody’s new monthly series and says, “While Cody has been involved in nearly every aspect of TBN production for a long time, the debut of This Month in Christian History represents the first official introduction many TBN viewers will have of the Crouch family’s third generation leadership in Christian television. Of course, Laurie and I could not be prouder.”

On Thursday, May 27, TBN will air a special block of programming beginning with “Drive Thru History: Holy Land” at 9 p.m. ET. The Holy Land series walks viewers through the ancient world of the Bible giving a fast-paced encounter with the people, places and events that have shaped our world and the Christian faith. This Drive Thru History series includes on-location explorations with lots of animations and fun narration for the whole family. From the Patriarchs of the Old Testament to the events in Jerusalem during the life of Christ, this series will give great insight into the history and culture behind the stories of Scripture.
“For over fifty years TBN has been a leader in encouraging Christians around the world to actively support and pray for the nation of Israel,” says Crouch. “That’s why we’re devoting two hours every Thursday evening to programming on Israel — to inform, inspire, and encourage our viewers around the world to take an active role in praying for and blessing this nation and people so dear to God’s heart.”

Next, “Insights: Israel & The Middle East” will premiere at 9:30 p.m. ET. Hosted by Samuel Smadja and Mati Shoshani, this 13-episode documentary series gives viewers an inside look into modern Israel by sharing stories of what Israel has accomplished in technology, energy, innovation, faith and more. Each episode focuses on a unique topic and features global leaders in their industries and disciplines.

Following “Insights: Israel & The Middle East” is “The Watchman with Erick Stakelbeck” at 10 p.m. ET. This program delivers the geo-political background of Israel and the Middle East and why it matters to everyone.

Rounding out every Thursday night, “Why Israel Matters” will premiere at 10:30 p.m. ET. Produced in partnership with four organizations, this exclusive 13-part original series is designed to powerfully demonstrate the crucial importance of this Jewish state to Christians, to America and to the world.

For more information and the promotional trailer, visit: https://e.tbn.org/journey-to-israel

TBN’s new programming for the month concludes with “Discovering God” on Monday, May 31 at 10 p.m. ET. Bestselling author, speaker and TV host Shawn Bolz hosts the 14-episode series and unpacks this reality: The names of God are literally invitations for us to discover the aspects of his nature that give us life in all its fullness.
Crouch explains, “Through Shawn Bolz’s new series Discovering God, we’re excited to help viewers discover how they can connect with God at a deep level and tap into His power and purpose for every aspect of their lives.”
For more information and the promotional trailer, visit: https://e.tbn.org/discovering-god

About Trinity Broadcasting Network:
Trinity Broadcasting Network is the world’s largest and most watched faith-and-family broadcaster, reaching over 175 nations across the earth. . To find out more about the TBN Networks, tbn.org.


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