Resurrected Living
"What are you going to do with your new resurrected life? This is the heroic question." Richard Rohr

National Parks

For the last 20 years Ken Burns has produced the best programs available on television.  I remember when I was a teenager watching his documentaries on “The Civil War” and “Baseball.”  At that time we only had 5 channels to choose from, so a 9 part documentary on baseball was very exciting.  It gave us a chance to break from the normal routine of watching mediocre television, and see something exciting and new.  Now as an adult I have around 150 channels and a Ken Burns’ documentary seems just as exciting if not more.  Although some may disagree, I believe there is not many quality programs being produced for television.  Laura and I have went without television for a year and never really missed it.  I like to watch sports and I like to keep up with the news, but other than that I find very little I am interested in.  The vast majority of television programs produced are not produced because they are of any value, but they are produced for the sole purpose of making money.  One of the few exceptions to this is PBS.  PBS is a non-profit public television broadcasting service and they are the station that will be carrying Ken Burns new film “National Parks: America’s Best Idea” which will premiere Sept. 27.  In “National Parks” you will see some of God’s best handiwork untouched by human hands.  Watch it and be amazed!

For more information on this program go to: http://www.pbs.org/nationalparks/

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