Drive Thru History® Adventures
Drive Thru History® Adventures is an educational resource based on the Drive Thru History® TV show, which includes curriculum for Bible History, American History, and Ancient History.
Museum of the Bible Opening
An incredible Grand Opening weekend at the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC! Congrats to everyone involved in this epic location, which will impact generations to come!
Dave Stotts takes us on his most exciting adventure yet as he tells the story of Jesus from the locations recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Dave travels to over 50 ancient sites in Israel to deliver the Gospels in a fresh and compelling way. As Dave uncovers the evidence for the truth of scripture, he encourages all of us to get excited about reading the Bible again!
FOUR EXCITING SERIES
Dave Stotts takes us on his most exciting adventure yet as he tells the story of Jesus from the locations recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Dave travels to over 50 ancient sites in Israel to deliver the Gospels in a fresh and compelling way...
Dave will begin your adventure by taking a step between the pages of the Old Testament - back in time, before the existence of Israel - to walk alongside the Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob...
Join Dave Stotts on an adventure through early American history as he tells the stories of the people, places, and events that shared the founding of the United States of America...
Join Dave Stotts on an adventure through world history as he tells the stories of the people, places, and events that shaped the ancient world, and how those ancient civilizations and the Christian faith...
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