Season One - DVD
Season One - DVD
DVD + Digital Digital (12 Episodes)
Travel the Road Season One is the series that started it all. Acclaimed as the new face of Christian Television this series grabbed the attention of CNN, Headline News, ABC News, Reuters, AP, NPR and Christian viewers everywhere as it boldly burst onto the scene.
The story follows the lives of missionaries Tim Scott and Will Decker on their 18-month expedition through 25 countries. From the forbidding Himalayas of Tibet to the sweltering jungles of Cambodia, the missionaries captured every detail of their adventure. Travel the Road is an unscripted, inspiring journey that has motivated a generation to action and helped spur a modern day movement for overseas missions.
The complete set features 12 episodes on 4 DVD’s featuring over 500 minutes of footage and hours of bonus material including: outtakes, maps and country profiles.
What you'll get: *When you purchase this DVD you will be shipped a physical copy and also receive, within one day via email, the complete digital downloads of this series.
"Will and Tim are two young men who don't just talk about loving and serving Jesus, they actually do it. These two young men commit to going to some of the poorest and most remote countries in the world to preach the Gospel. They boldly go where many of us (myself included) would probably not go. But the fire and passion of God burns brightly in these young men. They have an incredible depth and trust in the Lord. They get sick (rom the food and bumpy roads) they get lost in the jungle, they experience persecution, and yet they continue on. The preach the word of God with great passion and people respond. Only Heaven will reveal the impact these two young men have had during their travels. I watched all twelve episodes in a couple of days and would definitely like to see more. I will definitely be purchasing other seasons. If you are looking for a reality television show that gives an accurate pictures of frontier missions and has a solid Christian message, you can't go wrong with Travel the Road." - Amazon.com review