Back to the Garden

When Kendall’s old buddy, botanist Dr. Alex Redding, disappears into a mysterious cave, the team rushes to the African country of Eritrea to help find him After surviving a harrowing sandstorm in a rickety helicopter, they soon discover that their search and rescue mission is far more complicated and dangerous than they could have imagined The cave in question is no ordinary hole in the ground, but the potential discovery of a lifetime — of all lifetimes!

Science Topics
  • Fascinating Christian history of Eritrea
  • Cave systems & their geological formations
  • Garden of Eden after Genesis events
  • Literal interpretation of the Bible
Faith-Building Takeaways
  • The Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13:3-9; Mark 4:2-9; Luke 8:4-8)
  • God uses angels to help protect us (Psalm 91:11)

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Customer Reviews

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Christal Peters

Your adventures are very engaging, however, we bought most of the set for science lessons and creation vs evolution. We’re disappointed in the newer adventures as there is very little of that. We appreciate the Bible enforcement but some of the debate is too mature for my kids. They aren’t ready to tackle some of the issues presented. Wish there could be more learning and science and less drama.

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Janea Beakley
Slightly Disappointing

We have always loved Jonathan Park. But this one seemed to lack the adventure that makes it fun to listen to. The story seemed to move very slowly and was not as engaging as previous episodes.

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Esther Martin

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Leesha Ferguson

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Charles Mathews
Garden

I appreciate the pragmatic way questions are answered and, it is mostly trackable for our 9 and 7 year old. The layout of the environment is confusing but, ultimately it provides the groundwork for good questions and conversation with our kids. I appreciate also the acknowledgement of previous adventures...sometimes it seems as if the writers had forgotten what the CRT or Eagles Nest, or just Jonathon, had done in the past...keeps some continuity and shows progression. Not sure it is still believable that they are teenagers but, that is not a big issue