Brinkman Adventures Season 6 Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Brinkman Adventures.

The Homeschool Review Crew is super excited to welcome back one of our favorite vendors. Brinkman Adventures has been awarded four Blue Ribbon Awards by our Crew in the categories:  Favorite Christian Education Supplement 2014,  Favorite Christian Education Supplement 2015, Favorite Audio Drama 2015 and Favorite Christian Supplement 2017!

Brinkman Adventures is a missionary show telling true, modern, missionary stories through the fictional Brinkman family.  Each episode is known for its action-packed, faith-building, real life, extraordinary dramatized adventures. They recently released Season 6: Underground Rising.

Our goal is to reach as many people as possible with these incredible, life changing stories. Our board is passionate about the scope and breadth of this ministry and the potential for future opportunities such as curriculum, family camp & mission scholarships. By God’s grace and through His empowering we hope to inspire, motivate, and facilitate the next generation of Christian world changers. – Ian Bultman, President/Chairman of the Board/Director Brinkman Adventures.

The Brinkman Adventures has recently moved to a six-episode structure and this season is, therefore, half the size of previous releases.  Underground Rising is more than two hours of sit on the edge of your seat, find out what will happen.  Each episode is less than 30 minutes in duration making it a perfect length to listen to during a short car trip or family devotional time.

Season 6: Underground Rising includes the following episodes:

55 – Dutch Underground Part 1 {Covers the time period of the second World War in Holland featuring Reng and Lynn VanKesteren, Netherlands}
56 – Dutch Underground Part 2
57 – Twice Born Fly {Understanding Salvation}
58 – I Wonder Why? {Learning to trust God’s Plan. Missionary family in India}
59 – Free Burma Rangers Part 1 {Follows the life of a missionary Dave Eubank from school, through a career change and onto the mission field in Burma, assisting persecuted villages and sharing the love of Jesus. Thailand/USA}
60 – Free Burma Rangers Part 2

Each episode presented in season six is based upon real life modern missionaries and their experiences on the mission field. You can find background information, beautiful photographs and interviews as well as behind the scenes information on the Brinkman Adventures website.

Connect with the Brinkman Adventures on Facebook at Brinkman Adventures.

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