The Mysterious Statue

Everyone was amazed when they saw what was uncovered during the violent sandstorm. Eleven tombs behind the palace were now visible for the first time, and there was another tomb shaped like a pyramid… this was no ordinary pyramid! But it was the statue behind the door that was about to change everything Could this be what they were thinking? 12 columns, 12 sons of Jacob, 12 tribes of Israel, 12 tombs, and now this unique statue! Damon Maddox insists that it’s all a coincidence, but will he change his mind when they gather all the evidence?

Science Topics
  • A Complex Semitic Palace
  • 12 Mysterious Graves
  • Unusual Pyramid Tomb 
  • Statue with Multi-Colored Coat
Faith-Building Takeaways
  • Veracity of Scripture (Acts 1:3)
  • Confession (1 John 1:9)
  • Repentance (Acts 3:19)
  • Power of Prayer (1 John 5:14)

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This sooooo deserves a five star. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟!!!!!!!!! Jonathan and Jessie have grown up and their cousin Isaac is introduced. I use Unlimited and it is AMAZING. Jonathan is a lot like his father. Jessie is definitely grown up as is a journalist. Dr. Maddox is really a bad guy and there are tons of archaeologists. Hope you LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!


We own all 4 cd's of the first volume, and we have listened to volume 2, Call of the Exodus, at our friend's house. I just wanted to say, that while the new adventures are well written and the music is pretty good, we couldn't help but be disappointed in the new Jessie. As I am reading other people's comments on the new adventures, everybody keeps commenting on how Jessie is a good role model, but really?!? She used to be calm, cool, collected, mature, rooted in her faith, strong and firm and knew what she wanted, but was still polite and respectful. But now she is giddy, hyper, food-oriented, lets her emotions and feelings rule the majority of what she thinks, says and does, (actions DO speak louder than words), uses the Lord's name in vain, and doesn't seem (or at least it is not shown), to be very strong in her faith at all. I'm just wondering, how is she a good role model? And as Christians we need to rise up above letting our emotions rule us, and instead, use what we know to be true and right, and ask God to help guide us when we are having a hard day/season as a teenager. But that is not shown in the new adventures.

The Mysterious Statue

The Mysterious Statue is an interesting and well written drama jam packed with mystery, adventure and suspense. Older and more mature Jonathan and Jessie are now much more complex characters. In this episode they are more realistic like when Jessie gets carried away with her Journalism. Maddox makes a great villain. He's smart, devious and very sneaky. I can picture him deviously stroking his goatee with an evil chuckle. I can hardly wait to hear the next episode of Jonathan Park.

The Mysterious Statue

The characters are now a little bit older and we see them venturing out on their own. Jonathan and Jessie are as always bigger than life but not perfect and learn and triumph from the trials they face during their trip to Egypt. My family found the characters to be very "real" and "human" in this drama. It was interesting to hear them face issues that kids can relate to in the series. Our kids found it entertaining, instructional and thought provoking. We are so excited that you are producing new adventures. Keep them coming!

Jonathan Park is growing up, just like the listeners!

Thank you for always providing high quality audio adventures that my entire family still enjoys. I thought that my teenage boys were outgrowing Jonathan Park but with these new adventures their enthusiasm is greater then ever! They love the drama and action. I love the real historical events and discoveries. We all love the faith lessons and Scripture that is in each episode. Our favorite characters are Jonathan Park, Jessie, and Damon Maddox. Jonathan Park never dissaopints,