Timothy Bottoms and Jane Seymour lead a talented cast in this two-part story of the life of King David. It begins with his legendary battle with the giant Goliath, and ends with his romance with Bathsheba and struggle to preserve Israel. The story of David is a legendary saga of a man after God's own heart.
From the renowned producing team of Roma Downey and Mark Burnett. A.D. The Bible Continues starts with the Crucifixion and The Resurrection –catalysts that altered history. What follows is the epic tale of “A.D.” chronicling several of the most intense and tumultuous decades in history.
Host John Beck follows Jesus from His birth in Bethlehem through His wandering ministry and His death outside Jerusalem. Beck illustrates fascinating connections between Old Testament people and places and the experiences of Jesus.
A sure to become classic animated movie that brings the teachings of Jesus to life for today's families through the story of five misfit animals on a journey towards love and forgiveness. Our hero, Jericho, is a vagabond street dog who befriends Jesus and follows him throughout the last week of his life through the resurrection. After Jesus arrest at Gethsemane, Jericho rallies an epic charge of animal friends to try to save Jesus from his fate.
Breathtaking in its scope and scale, The Bible features powerful performances, exotic locales, and dazzling visual effects that breathe spectacular life into the dramatic tales of faith and courage from Genesis through Revelation. This historic television event is sure to entertain and inspire the whole family! Widescreen.
Genesis traces the beloved Christian stories of creation. Genesis shows viewers Adam and Eve in Paradise until they are tempted by the snake, traces the trials of Cain and Abel as Abel is driven to murder his brother and recounts the epic story of Noah and the Ark where Noah is commanded by God to save two of every creature from the flood. All of the stories feature stunning visuals and a beautiful score by Academy Award-winner Ennio Morricone.
This television mini-series, which aired on CBS in May 2000, looks at the life of Jesus from His humble beginnings as a carpenter through His extraordinary life and the mission of His spiritual destiny. This is a superb production and should prove very helpful to stimulate interest on the part of a Biblically illiterate generation to want to know more about the Gospels and the extraordinary life, death, resurrection and meaning of Jesus.
Taken into slavery after the fall of Jerusalem in 605 B.C., Daniel is forced to serve the most powerful king in the world, King Nebuchadnezzar. Faced with imminent death, Daniel proves himself a trusted advisor and is placed among the king's wise men. Threatened by death at every turn Daniel never ceases to serve the king until he is forced to choose between serving the king or honoring God. With his life at stake Daniel has nothing but his faith to stand between him and the lion's den.
The King is Born: What Christmas is About recounts the moving and life changing story of the birth of God's Son, whose humble beginnings would alter the future of mankind. Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with Brother Francis, in this heart- warming and inspirational episode.
Academy Award winning actor Charlton Heston recaptures all the passion, the power and the drama of a great storyteller with his own dazzling new exploration of the greatest Bible stories ever told. Shot on location in the Holy Land, this incredible production is more than great literature come to life. It is a walk through history itself.
No other act, event or movement in history has had more impact than the sacrifice of God’s Son. Obedient to His Father’s will, Jesus hung from a wooden cross with thorns pressing into His flesh, He uttered 7 cries as He suffered for us all. These 7 cries come to us in a new program that helps us understand what the cross meant to Christ and what the cross should mean to us. God is always willing to forgive because His judgment on sin was satisfied by Christ’s death on the cross.