Facades, Fireballs, and Farewells

After a grueling journey to the North Pole, Zagon cunningly lures the team into his arctic trap. Now captured in his massive compound, they’re completely under his control Stelle is finally reunited with her parents, but the family is locked up in a detention center The rest of the team is thrown into another holding cell and Zagon’s headquarters are about to be annihilated

Stelle’s parents hastily share their incredible discoveries while Jonathan and Isaac figure out a way to break out of their cell and rescue the others They soon discover the entire complex will blow up on the twelfth gong of a giant bell clock Without a minute to spar, the team must outwit Zagon and quickly escape from his compound They need a miracle now more than ever before!

Science Topics
  • The massive illumination of the universe’s biggest stars
  • How the Bible answers history’s most important questions
Faith-Building Takeaways
  • You shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free (John 8:32)
  • The transforming work of the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 3:18)
  • The splendor of God’s creation (Psalm 19)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Hannah Williams

I really like JP, but this one’s kind of weird. I still like it and listen to it though. Thanks for all the hard work!!

Micah Berry
Not my favorite.

Ok, first of all, this one doesn't make sense. Two albums ago, Derrick said Zagon was going to release some sort of cancer, but then it never mentions it again. And how did Zagon's voice get all high pitched? And the part where Zagon "multiplied", was really creepy. It was very unrealistic and sci fi. I mean the whole thing. and in the previous episode, Jonathan, Isaac and Jessie and Kindle all get shot, but in this one, there totally FINE.