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|Through the Bible with Les Feldick|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||984|
|Original release||October 1990 –|
Through the Bible with Les Feldick is a television series produced by KWGB-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma and hosted by Les Feldick, airing nationwide in syndication.
Feldick was involved in teaching Sunday school, teaching training union[ clarification needed ], hosting missionaries at his home, was a deacon and started teaching home Bible studies in 1962. It began with one night a week but quickly grew into five and six nights a week. In 1975, Feldick and his wife relocated to Oklahoma from Iowa, and started a home Bible study there that also grew to five nights a week by 1977. In 1990, local television station KWGB-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma contacted Feldick about starting a televised Bible series (as they had been given a tape from one of his class members) "Through the Bible with Les Feldick" debuted in October 1990, with four shows taped a week, with the first several shows taped using money donated by his class. Feldick would continue to tape shows until October 2009, when he opted to end the show due to advancing age. Reruns of his shows still appear on television stations throughout the United States.
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