1. Part 48: The Great Shipwreck


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    In this 27th chapter, we’ll look at Paul’s last journey as he traveled to Rome as a prisoner. Judging by the severity of difficulties, this trip was the worst testing he had yet to endure. Pastor John brings out some facts about the soldiers on the ship and what day-to-day life was like on the open sea. But the main story is about the people on the ship and how they responded to a message from God when all seemed lost. This is a gripping story that every Christian should know and be able to share with someone facing tough times.

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    • The Viking (1931)


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      Considered "one of the most important Canadian films ever made” (National Archives of Canada), The Viking is an epic (and very loose) adaptation of the tragic events at the turn of the century, where hundreds of brave Newfoundlanders lost their lives during their annual seal culls. It follows a conflict between two rural men out to sea and onto the ice floes where they settle their differences for good and all. The film, which was originally named White Thunder, is widely considered to be the first to make use of location sound recording. While filming additional scenes, the producer and two-dozen other crew members aboard the SS Viking were killed from an explosion. 1931, 70 minutes, Newfoundland / USA Director: George Melford Producer: Varick Frissell Cast: Louise Huntington, Charles Starrett, Arthur Vinton, Robert Bartlett Narrator: Sir Wilfred Grenfell This is the classic film in its entirety, finally available for public viewing online. We do not own this title, we are simply making it available for cultural purposes.

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      • Eric Ray, Navio Quebrado: The Wreck of La Belle and the Failed French Colony in the Southwest


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        “Navio Quebrado: The Wreck of La Belle and the Failed French Colony in the Southwest,” lecture by Eric Ray, a maritime archaeologist working on the La Belle project at the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History.

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        • Shipwreck Webcast - Sarah Ellen


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          This hour-long broadcast - recorded live on November 5, 2009 - will take you deep under the cold dark waters of Lake Champlain to the wreck of the Sarah Ellen. We will hear the tragic story of the schooner's sinking in the winter of 1860. Then meet our nautical archaeologists who tell of her underwater discovery in 1989. See footage captured by a remotely operated vehicle (ROV), over 300 feet below the surface. GREAT for all ages. Families, teachers, students, and entire classrooms. Produced by the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, located in Vergennes, Vermont. www.lcmm.org.

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          • Acts 138b - Paul's Roman Cruise - Part 1


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            Paul's Roman Cruise - Part 1. Acts 27:1-20. January 7, 2014 Cruise ship in trouble: Mass illnesses, blackouts, missing passengers. These stories have filled the headlines the last few years. Listen to this lesson to learn about the Apostle Paul's danger-filled, life-threatening cruise on his way to Rome as a prisoner. See how Paul points out that disaster is ahead as they face rough weather and strong headwinds. The crew ignores his warning and sets out. Encountering a typhoon, they frantically try to secure the ship. Hear how Paul relies on God's revelation to him and the doctrine he knows. Learn to apply the Word of God to your own experiences and adapt to changing circumstances even in desperate times. www.deanbible.org

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            • Bible Study - Acts 27:27-44


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              This week we'll talk about . . . Oftentimes the most profound witness for Jesus Christ flows out of a lifestyle built around doing little things for people, little things that make a difference. While it doesn't cost anything to be nice, a life built around that attitude can make a profound difference in the way that people respond to you, as you attempt weekly to be one of Christ's people in the world.

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              • Acts 139b - Paul's Roman Cruise - Part 2


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                Paul's Roman Cruise - Part 2. Acts 27:21-28:6. January 14, 2014 How long does it take you to panic and have a brain freeze when devastating events swirl around you? Listen to this spellbinding account of how the Apostle Paul steps up to take charge in the midst of chaos and explains his confidence in God to the pagans with their false beliefs. Learn the meaning of blessing by association. See God's sovereign control over the life of Paul and how Paul uses the opportunity to wisely exercise his free will. Apply these lessons to the things that happen in your own life and continue to trust God through all the changing circumstances. www.deanbible.org

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                • Team Vestas Wind Skipper Chris Nicholson and Sailing Anarchy's Alan Block After Shipwreck - First Video Interview


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                  In November, 2014, Chris Nicholson's Volvo 65 "Team Vestas Wind" ran aground on a charted reef in the Indian Ocean. Despite the crew doing everything they could to save the boat, she was destroyed, her wreck on the reef. All of the gear aboard was salvaged and the team plans for the salvage of the boat itself, but at the time of this interview, the future of Team Vestas Wind as a competitor was unknown. It's the first real sit-down since "nico" returned home to Australia after his ordeal marooned on an island with his home, his boat, gone. No one was hurt in the incident. For more, read www.sailinganarchy.com, and support the team at facebook.com/teamvestaswind

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                  • The Shipwreck That Saved Jamestown: The Sea Venture Castaways and the Fate of America


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                    On April 16, 2009, Lorri Glover delivered a Banner Lecture entitled "The Shipwreck That Saved Jamestown: The Sea Venture Castaways and the Fate of America." The wreck of the "Sea Venture" on Bermuda in 1609 and the role its survivors played in the eventual rescue of the failing colony at Jamestown are dramatic tales from the founding years of the nation. In a new book, authors Lorri Glover and Daniel Blake Smith retell this account of shipwreck, courage, mutiny, and deliverance. The authors make a forceful case that the "Sea Venture" bears no small part in the ultimate survival of English colonization in America. Dr. Glover teaches American history at Saint Louis University. This lecture was cosponsored with the Society of Colonial Wars in Virginia. (Introduction by Paul A. Levengood)

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