“Wilderness is not just an ecosystem - it’s a season of life.” (John Beck)
Modern listeners can miss the impact of a Bible story when they don’t take its physical setting into account. Comprehending how dry and barren a wilderness setting actually is adds a new dimension to your Scripture listening, as you can begin to relate to the people in the stories.
In Land Without Borders, John Beck combines his passion for God’s Word and his love of geography to bring you deep insights into how the extremes of wilderness factors into those familiar stories. He highlights the easily-overlooked truths of the wilderness - both the harsh, threatening ecosystem in which Bible people sometimes found themselves, and the difficult seasons of life in which we often operate. By showing what the wilderness meant to people in Bible times, Beck also provides guidance for our own experience in barren times and places.
Land Without Borders contains discussion questions to further enrich your experience. This audiobook makes a great companion to the Land Without Borders DVD, which features John Beck exploring the Holy Land’s wilderness and sharing insights with his fellow travelers.