Saturday November 23rd marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Who.

When Daleks are determined to EX-TER-MI-NATE all other life forms…

When a crack in your bedroom wall erases individuals and events from time and history …

When the Silence manipulates humans who cannot remember ever seeing them …

When you can’t blink without Weeping Angels sending you to the past …

Then the TARDIS materializes and the Doctor emerges. Doctor who? Exactly.

Dr. Who was first broadcast on BBC One on November 23, 1963. The series is now watched by an estimated 80 million viewers in 206 countries. Guinness World Records has declared it the longest running and most successful science-fiction series in the world.

For fifty years, loyal fans have watched as Doctor Who, with his sonic screwdriver, wit and hand-picked companion for each adventure, has worked out a way to save the day as he shows them the incredible wonders of the universe.

He travels in a remarkable time machine – the TARDIS – a police box which is somehow much bigger on the inside than the outside..

 When problems arise, when alien races wreak havoc, the Time Lord travels through time and space to rescue the past and secure the future.

Of course, Doctor Who is just a TV character. No aliens (that we know of) are threatening our world.

But there is a very real threat. And it doesn’t wreak havoc from without, but from within. It causes war, destruction, selfishness and deceit. "It" is called sin.

Is there someone with a solution?

A Jewish doctor* named Yeshua (Jesus) came to rescue us from our past and secure our future. He gave his life to take the punishment for our sins, so we can receive eternal life!

Yeshua is the only solution to the threat of sin. And he holds the key to our ETERNAL future. The Bible says,

And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved." (Acts 4:12)

Is there time to save your future? Yes, but don’t wait:

Behold, now is the favorable time; behold, now is the day of salvation" (2 Corinthians 6:1–3)


*The Great Physician was one of his titles.