Brinkman Adventures Season 4 (12 Episodes on 4 CDs)

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Includes the following episodes:

37 A Paradise Lost
38 Remember Nhu
39 Aisha’s Fear
40 Heart Song
41 The Crashed Kitchen
42 Crisis In The Congo
43 The Mysterious Palm Feller
44 War of the Raccoons
45 The Five Guys
46 Toughest Man
47 Cambodian Quest
48 What Brings Us Together

Season Four of the Brinkman Adventures takes you from houseboats in Cambodia to frozen prisons in Russia and dangerous alleys in the Middle East.  While dodging angry hippos and taming rogue robots, the Brinkmans  will introduce you to Christian heroes who will strengthen your faith and provide important teachable moments.  Enjoy over five hours of high definition, heart-stopping audio-drama in the latest offering from the award-winning series.  Inspired by the lives of Dr. Nik Ripken, Carl Ralston and others, this volume will be cherished and listened to for years to come.

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10 reviews for Brinkman Adventures Season 4 (12 Episodes on 4 CDs)

  1. Angel Salyers

    Another Winner! Remember Nhu is so good. I really like the last episode a lot don’t want to spoil it so I will just say after listening to all four seasons you feel you are really part of the Brinkman family. He feel their joy and you feel their sadness. Love all there is to learn from this series. So excited for season 5.

  2. Tamar Waht

    This is my children’s favorite episode! They have listened to it several times over! Thank you!

  3. Scott Allen

    We bought these as a Christmas present for the whole family, and they have continued to be a gift, a year later. We each remember different vignettes from the series, and we each have our favorites.

    As an aside, my kids get a kick from my impression of Jack Brinkman. Whenever our own life gets a little zany, it just seems appropriate to bring out our inner Brinkman.

    This season seem2 a little more weighty, especially ‘Toughest Man’, but they have challenged and inspired my kids in greater ways as well. Buy this season!

  4. Monique Davis

    Love the Brinkman Adventures!

  5. Michelle Bradford

    Whenever we get a new season we think that it is the best one yet … than we listen to the next season. Remember Nhu was really good and kept us on the edge of our seats. Thank you for producing quality stories that have become treasures to our family.

  6. lynne boland

    What Brings Us Together is a favorite on here. We love the “family” stories. Thank you for these treasures!

  7. Shelly Foster

    Not only do you deal with real world issues- but they are dealt from Christian aspect! What a blessing!

  8. Sharayn Leverett

    This season was more intense than the others. We really liked Remember Nhu. Explaining how you recorded the whole story and then months later Nhu played herself was just really cool. In general, my kids also like these behind scenes stories.

  9. Andrea Rake

    We love the Brinkman Adventures!!! My two oldest kids know the episodes by name they have listened so many times and they told me how listening to it has helped them know God better! My son’s favorite episode of season 4 is “Remember Nhu because it shows how being a missionary and being a slave can both be really hard.” My daughter’s favorite episode is “the crashed kitchen because they say they aren’t having patience but they remember that God is with them and they begin having patience and then they are able to get a new kitchen.”

  10. Rachel Haugaard

    After going through the first three seasons rather quickly, the wait for season 4 was rough! 🙂 We were so excited to get to hear more stories of God working in hearts all around the world. Some were rather intense, but nothing that my 7 and 5 year old were afraid of (we listened together at first so I could help filter/answer questions if needed). Then the War of the Raccoons was good comic relief. 🙂 Another excellent season! Can’t wait for season 5!!

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