Celebrate Christ's birth with special Christmas programming on NRBTV. Tell a friend and tune in for these faith-enriching broadcasts:
Tim Janis Music: Christmas Home Live In Concert
Make plans to join us on Wednesday, December 21 at 10 pm ET/ 9 pm CT, Friday, December 23 at 9 pm ET/ 8 pm CT, and again on Saturday, December 24 at 1 pm ET/ 2 pm CT for Tim Janis Music: Christmas Home Live In Concert. This Christmas concert, features the 18 piece Tim Janis Ensemble performing America's most treasured carols against a back drop of white birch trees on a starry night. The show includes the Celtic flute and a few original Tim Janis classics to round out this wonderful performance.
This Christmas concert, features the 18 piece Tim Janis Ensemble performing America's most treasured carols against a back drop of white birch trees on a starry night. The show includes the Celtic flute and a few original Tim Janis classics to round out this wonderful performance.
Why the Nativity?
In our culture today, it is common for people to forget the true meaning of Christmas—and its significance. The occasion has become less spiritual and more materialistic over the years, and many might not even fully know the original story of Christmas. But this celebration is much bigger than a secularized holiday. Christmas is about God’s plan of salvation, which He set in motion before time began.
In Why the Nativity?, Dr. David Jeremiah looks in detail at the people and events that surround the Christmas story and why each of them was chosen for their specific purpose. This year, celebrate this special season by revisiting the story of the first Christmas and join in worshiping Him for His great gift to us. Set a reminder and join us on Thursday, December 22 at 8 pm ET/ 7 pm CT and again Saturday, December 24 at 6 pm ET/ 5 pm CT for Why the Nativity?
The Census and The Star
Explore the mysterious circumstances of Christ's birth in this captivating look at the first Christmas. Joseph and Mary traveled to Bethlehem by order of the Emperor, Augustus Caesar. This census has long confounded historians seeking to reconcile the Bible with recorded history. The evidence to address that is both intriguing and insightful.
The mysteries continue when a star appears to announce the birth of the King of the Jews. What was the star? What did it look like? When did it appear? Foreign Magi, or Wise Men, saw the star and followed it to Jerusalem and Bethlehem seeking Jesus. These little-understood figures were among the first to discover Jesus in what was surely a life-changing, as well as history-making, event. Explore the star as the Magi did, following it to better understand Christmas. Trace what the Magi did as they gazed into the night sky those thousands of years ago. Find answers to these questions and more... What really happened on the first Christmas?
Tune in on Thursday, December 22 at 10 pm ET/ 9 pm CT and again on Saturday, December 24 at 5 pm ET/ 4 pm CT for The Census and The Star.