It Is Written

The Trail of Tears

The Indian Removal Act of 1830 forced American Indians to leave their ancestral lands and travel over 1,000 miles on foot. Thousands died on the journey that would come to be known as the "Trail of Tears." Join John Bradshaw as he illuminates this tragic chapter in American history, and learn how a God familiar with suffering will one day wipe away all our tears.

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Learn the story of the Reformation and why it matters today more than ever. Join President John Bradshaw on a unique journey in the footsteps of the Reformers with nine new, must-see, on-location programs titled 500.


JOHN BRADSHAW is the president of It Is Written, an international media evangelism ministry. It Is Written programs have been filmed on six continents, and are viewed around the world. John is married to Melissa, and they have two children.