Jesus' Lost Years. Where Did He go and Why?
March 11, 2014
Hosted by Terry Canady and Thom Schumacher
When Jesus was about 13, he disappeared. Where did he go? By most accounts, He seemed to have simply vanished for the better part of two decades! For centuries, scholars have speculated on Jesus’ whereabouts when he was still a young man, basically from ages 13 to 30. Until recently, those 17 years have remained a mystery. But now, thanks to physical evidence found in a secluded monastery in Tibet and other compelling documentation, the mystery of Jesus lost years has been solved. Why Tibet? Why is there no reference in the Bible to Jesus’ sojourn to the East and why is there such scant evidence elsewhere in the Christian world for where Jesus was as a young man? Lois Drake, author of “ISSA, the Greatest Story Never Told” will take us on a fascinating journey of discovery and reveal the facts about Jesus’ Lost Years. Her intriguing story of Jesus’ travels and study in the East will leave you spell-bound…and eager for more. Please join us this Tuesday at noon MT on The OPEN DOOR
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Terry Canady and Thom Schumacher
Terry Canady, singer/songwriter, was raised in Des Moines, Iowa, and his performing and recording career has spanned nearly five decades. Recording a #1 hit record, “Mama Bear,” in Nashville, Tennessee in the early 1970s was the highlight of his career and eventually led to the creation of his own record and publishing company, Saint Adrian, through which he has produced a number of records and albums, most recently a patriotic CD titled “Give Me Liberty.” He continues to accept narration, commercial and voice-over work from his home in the beautiful Paradise Valley, just a few miles north of Yellowstone National Park.
Thom Schumacher is a copywriter, ex-seminarian, singer, percussionist, talker, plays a mean penny whistle, lyricist, RE broker and, most importantly, a student of the ascended masters. He has been gifted with an exceptional family, survived 3 marathons, navigated some very potent astrology (double Pisces!) and continuously juggles a myriad of creative challenges, not the least of which is hosting The OPEN DOOR. The threads that run through the crazy quilt of his life are love of God, Life, wife, family and gratitude for all the opportunities along the way to learn and grow.