TBN’s Whale of a Tale

(Photo: scene from ‘Jonah.’ Source: Sight and Sound Theatres)

Jonah, a stage production that Sight and Sound Theatres says has been seen by over two million people live, comes to faith-and-family channel TBN in a filmed version tomorrow, August 21, at 8 pm ET.

In this adaptation of the Bible story, Jonah “runs away from a special assignment God has given him.” After encounters with a seaport called Joppa, a huge boat, and a terrible storm, Jonah finds himself in the belly of a giant fish. It’s here “that God teaches Jonah how to receive grace and extend mercy-even to his archenemy, Nineveh.”

TBN can be seen free over the air via antenna in many markets, via live streaming at TBN.org, or on cable/satellite/telco services. Jonah will also be available on the TBN app through Sunday, August 23.

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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