WASHINGTON — Museum of the Bible has partnered with Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) to produce “Night of the Nativity,” a special televised Christmas concert. TBN will air the special on Friday, Dec. 18, at 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m. EST and Friday, Dec. 25, at 10 p.m. EST for viewers around the world to enjoy.
During the hour-long program, best-selling author Max Lucado will take viewers on a storytelling journey through the beautifully decorated Museum of the Bible as he recounts the events surrounding Jesus’s birth.
Lucado will be joined by award-winning music artists John Rich, of country music group Big & Rich, and gospel singer Koryn Hawthorne, who will perform traditional Christmas favorites throughout the program.
Rich will perform “Jingle Bells,” “What Child Is This?” “Away in a Manger” and his single, “Earth to God,” and Hawthorne will perform “O Holy Night” and “This Christmas.”
“The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., is doing something special with the things that we know and believe to be true,” said Hawthorne. “The history of the Bible is so profound, and I know the Bible means everything to me because it’s my way of life. So make sure you guys come out and check out what they’re doing over here. You can experience the stories in the Bible in a new and a special way.”
To watch “Night of the Nativity” on TBN, visit their channel finder to watch via broadcast, cable, livestream or Roku and other platforms.
“We need Christmas this year,” said Lucado. “May God bless you with a happy holiday and remind you that he came to bring love and hope into the world.”
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