Bible Storyline

Philip and the 5000

In this first-person narrative, Philip of Bethsaida tells us all about the day Jesus fed 5,000 hungry (and angry?!) men with 5 loaves and 2 fish. He also suggests that there was more going on that day than just a good meal.

Matthew 14:13-21

Mark 6:34-44

Luke 9:12-17

John 6:5-14

Water Into Wine

Imagine if you could meet one of the servants from the wedding celebration in first century Cana of Galilee... one of the servants who participated in the miracle of Jesus, turning water into wine.

This episode of Bible StoryLine brings that imagination to life, as we hear the eyewitness testimony of one of the servants who filled those 6 water jugs.

As he tells his side of the story, we learn how Jesus was fulfilling the word of the prophets.


John 2:1-11

What's In A Miracle

Each miracle tells a different story.

But examined as a whole, all of the miracles have certain things in common. This episode introduces the miracles of Jesus by discussing the common traits among all the miracles.

For reference: Acts 2:22

BSL024 Abijah the Liar King

The bible calls him "Abijah" and "Abijam". Find out why!

And learn how God preserved His Promise of a Savior despite the lousy leadership of Judah's king.

1 Kings 15

2 Chronicles 13

BSL023 The Kingdom Divides

Can we learn anything from the impudent pride of Rehoboam?

We better!

Pride like that destroys people and kingdoms. This episode of Bible Storyline tells the story of Solomon's son Rehoboam.

1 Kings 12

BSL022 Solomon

When Solomon asks God for wisdom, he couldn't have possibly imagined that he would become famous as one of the wisest men in history. He also couldn't have imagined how desperately he would need all that wisdom.

Hear Solomon's story in this episode of Bible Storyline.


1 Kings 1-11; 2 Chronicles 1-9

BSL021 The Reign of David

No figure in the entire Hebrew scriptures better foreshadows the coming of Jesus, the Savior for all people.

But while Jesus is perfect, David had his issues.

Hear all about the kingdom of David, and listen to how David teaches us how to talk with and listen to God.

2 Samuel and 1 Chronicles 11-29

BSL020 The Rise of David

For all kinds of obvious reasons, David was the wrong choice to be Israel's king. He had none of the credentials.

But the main credential God was looking for was someone who cared about God's heart. That was David.

Hear the story about how David went from being a Shepherd to being a King.

Includes 1 Samuel chapters 8 - 31; Psalms 9, 13, 23, and 55.

BSL019 King Saul

The story of King Saul is not a happy story filled with wonderful people who faithfully trust in God.

Instead, it is a dreadful story that you should probably avoid if you do not like terrible things.

Hear the story of King Saul, told in the style of Lemony Snicket.

BSL018 Samuel the Prophet

Life started out pretty badly for young Samuel.

God was asking him to do some really hard things.

The story of Samuel teaches us why God asks us to do hard things.


The Book of 1 Samuel

BSL017 Ruth

Ruth would become a great princess, and just like Cinderella, it would all come down to a shoe.

This is the book of Ruth told in four acts.

BSL016 Samson

Not all Bible Stories are filled with lovely people doing pleasant things. Especially when the tribe of Dan gets involved. This episode tells the story of Samson. And though Samson is strong and smart, he's not necessarily kind to animals. You'll see...

Judges 13 through 16


It's tempting to look at ourselves and believe everything we see.

But when Yahweh is your God, you know you've been redefined in a way that can change everything.

Hear the story of Gideon, the nobody from nowhere who, because God was with him, won one of the most unlikely victories in history!

Based on Judges 6, 7, and 8

BSL014 Joshua

As unlikely as it was for Moses to become Israel's leader, it was equally unlikely that Joshua would replace him. And because of his trust in Yahweh, the God of Israel, Joshua would see and do amazing things. Joshua would be there for the fulfillment of one of God's greatest promises reaching all the way back to Abraham.

Hear the story of Joshua.

BSL013 Life in the Wilderness Part 2

One thing you learn for sure as you hear the story of Isreal wandering in the desert wilderness: no matter what kind of crazy things happen in life, you can always trust God to keep his promises.


This is the second part of the "Wilderness Wanderings" episode of Bible Storyline. Part one focused on God's answer to the problem of Israel's persistent sin. Part two focuses on how God delivers His people, not on account of their own righteousness but on account of his Word.


Covers parts of Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.

BSL012 Life in the Wilderness Part 1

What does a 500-gallon tanker truck filled with Marinara sauce have to do with the desert wanderings of the 12 tribes of Israel? You'll have to listen to find out.

The stories of Israel during their 40 years of desert wandering are part of the epic tales in Exodus, Leviticus, Deuteronomy, and Numbers. Part 1 of 'Life in the Wilderness' highlights the God who forgives.

BSL011 Red Sea Crossing

God gives his people salvation so spectacular it would overwhelm all of their senses.

It was something so beautiful that it saved them, and so improbable that they could hardly believe they were still alive to see it.

It's the same way with the death and resurrection of Jesus: so beautiful because it saves us, and so improbable that we can hardly believe we are still alive to see it.

Hear more in this episode of Bible Storyline.

Exodus 14-16

BSL999 The Magi

Everything about Christmas is strange. A son is born to a virgin girl. That's about a strange as anything can possibly be.

What begins strangely gets weirder when visitors from faraway lands appear bearing gifts reserved for gods and kings.

Jesus, as it turns out, is both God and King.

Matthew 2:1-12

BSL010 The Plagues in Egypt

Sometimes people want to cast judgment on God for the bad things that happen - like the plagues in Egypt.

But in this episode of Bible Storyline, by taking a closer look at the epic plagues that struck Egypt 3500 years ago, we see nature unraveling for a very particular reason. God wants to save.


Exodus chapters 7 - 13

BSL009 God Chooses Moses

From the courage of Jachobed who chose adoption to save her baby boy to the bizarre burning bush that wasn't burning to the common sense of Jethro who sent Moses on his way, the story of God's salvation for an entire nation of Israelites begins with incredible drama.

In this episode, we especially focus on how God prepares Moses with faith because if he's going to lead the Israelites out of Egypt, he's going to need to trust in God to get it done.


Exodus chapters 1 through 4.

BSL008 Israel's Familly

Hear the story of Leah, the girl nobody loved, and how God's love raised her up. Hear the story of Rachel and how the deceitfulness of everyone around her turned her into a deceiver. And hear the story of Joseph, who learned that if you give God enough time, He can turn anything into a blessing.


Genesis 29 through 50

BSL007 Jacob Israel

Jacob was that kid who keeps stealing things from his big brother's bedroom when he wasn't looking. Hardly the type of person you'd expect God to care for. Or maybe he's exactly the type of person we should expect God to love and forgive. God does exactly that and more. Find out what happens when Jacob gets a new name.

Genesis 25-35, 37, 42-46, and 50

BSL006 Isaac and Rebekah

You would expect Isaac to have become one of the greatest men of faith after all God had done for him and his family. But as it turns out, it would be his God-given wife Rebekah who would "save the day". Learn more about the unfolding promise of the Savior in this episode of Bible Storyline, the story of Isaac and Rebekah, another one of Gods Greatest Stories!


Genesis 21 through 27

BSL005 Abraham

Abraham means, "Father of a Multitude". But how would God make a huge family for Abraham when his lovely wife Sarah couldn't have any babies? Maybe God was talking about a different kind of family.


Genesis 12 through 21

BSL004 The Flood

The great flood story is a pretty harrowing reminder of the importance of trusting in God for salvation. What might surprise you, though, is the special promise God makes after the waters have subsided.


Genesis 4 and 6-9

BSL003 The First Sin

More than a "fall", the Bible's depiction of the first sin is more complex. We hear the story of the first time God's creation is misused. Something that was made for one purpose was used in a way for which it was not made. Chaos follows.


Genesis chapters 2 and 3.

BSL002 Creation

Every story has a beginning. This is the story that begins every other story. And this story begins "forever ago".


Genesis 1 and 2

BSL001 Jonah

What do you do when the right thing to do feels like it's the wrong thing to do?

Let's find out from Jonah.

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