Travel the Road (2003– )

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The journey continues as missionaries Tim Scott and Will Decker return home to America. We now find them struggling to adjust to life in Los Angeles where everything seems so foreign. After... See full summary »

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The journey continues as missionaries Tim Scott and Will Decker return home to America. We now find them struggling to adjust to life in Los Angeles where everything seems so foreign. After surviving a near fatal car accident, these two daring missionaries say a painful goodbye to those they love and once again journey into the unknown. Armed only with a backpack, a change of clothes and their Bibles, Tim and Will depart for the most dangerous and remote lands on the planet. From the prehistoric jungles of Borneo to the snow covered mountains of Tibet and through the war zones of Afghanistan, the guys encounter Taliban gunfights, Siberian blizzards, bandits and sacrificial burials as they risk their lives to preach the gospel. Written by Anonymous

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Amazing Documentaries!
26 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These videos are so exciting that I think everyone should own them. (There are several DVDs and they are all equally good.) They portray much the world as it truly is. Raw, hurting, poor, and beautiful. If you want to see the world and it's people as they exist (instead of see it through the superficial eyes of the travel channel), this is your video series. My husband and I love traveling and missionary work, and these documentaries make our feet very itchy to get back on the road! They are extremely well edited, but raw. And the cinematography is incredible. A must see. In fact, I don't know how to convince you, but if I could...I would. There are trailers to see on the "travel the road" official website. Perhaps those will convince you.


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