Inside the Exciting New Original TV Series ‘Why Israel Matters’
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“Why Israel Matters,” an original series presented by Liberty Counsel and Christians in Defense of Israel (CIDI), airs tonight. This is the first week of its debut. We’re going to be talking about it on Faith and Freedom.
Mat Staver: Matt, earlier this week, the “Why Israel Matters: Past, Present, and Forever” series, an original 13 part series debuted on TBN — the Trinity Broadcasting Network — on Tuesday. It was aired again on Wednesday, and it airs again tonight. Friday night, at 4:30AM ET / 1:30AM PT. So that’s going to be an early morning one, for those who are early morning risers…
Israel is a land of ancient history, storied traditions, and opposing peoples. In the western world, this Middle Eastern nation is seen through the hazy lens of news headlines and political spin.
Why Israel Matters, a new original documentary series presented by Christians in Defense of Israel and Liberty Counsel with Impact Productions and TBN, gives viewers an up close and personal view of this small nation that plays a big role on the world’s stage.
Why Israel Matters explores the big picture topics associated with Israel by zooming in on first-hand accounts of actual people who live this this historic land.
Full of moving stories, thought-provoking questions, and inspiring takeaways, this original series will strengthen viewers’ faith and empower them to thoughtfully engage in the global conversation.
Tuesdays beginning 2/28 at 10:30pm ET/7:30pm PT
Wednesday 3/1 at 7pm ET/4pm PT (Special 1 time Premier)
Wednesdays beginning 3/8 at 4:30pm ET/1:30pm PT
Fridays beginning 3/3 at 4:30am ET/1:30am PT
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