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Pilgrim's Progress Returns for Thanksgiving
NRB Network invites viewers to tune this Thanksgiving for
a series based on the beloved spiritual allegory and produced by CrossTV.
The first four installments of the 16-part docudrama will air on Thursday, Nov. 24 beginning at 6 pm ET.
he remaining installments will be broadcast on Saturday, Nov. 26 from noon until 10 pm ET.
First published in 1678,
has achieved global-acclaim with translations in more languages than any other book in history other than the Bible.
Written by Puritan author John Bunyan during his imprisonment for conducting religious services not sanctioned by the Church of England, it is the story of Christian—a husband and father who leaves his family and doomed city to begin a journey toward the Celestial City.
Accompanied by messengers and fellow pilgrims, Christian faces many obstacles along the way.
CrossTV and host Mark Kielar bring the iconic book to life in this docudrama of the same name shot on location in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
CrossTV, an international television ministry founded in 1994 by Kielar, produces programs that emphasize doctrinally-sound expositional teaching and preaching of God’s Word including the popular
series which also airs on NRB Network.
“We received such strong and positive responses from viewers when we aired
last year that we knew we had to bring it back,” said Troy A. Miller, President and CEO of NRB Network.
series will air on Thursday, Nov. 24 (parts 1-4) and Saturday, Nov. 26 (parts 5-16) on NRB Network.
For a complete listing of air times, visit
To learn more about CrossTV or to purchase DVDs of the program, visit
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