For centuries Christians have been declaring that Jesus is the Son of God. It’s a bold statement—and one that bears questioning. When did all this begin? How could men and women, who believed in one God, think that God had a Son? What does ‘Son of God’ actually mean? Did Jesus himself have anything to say on the matter? Filmed in Turkey and the UK, Luke Waldock asks questions and presents answers to these searching questions. Jesus, Son of God? sets out on a journey to discover when, where and how this vital Christian belief originated.
This collection includes the five full-length dramas of John Wycliffe, Martin Luther, God's Outlaw, John Hus, The Radicals and the 30 minute documentary of Zwingli and Calvin.
Pastor and host Michael Newman takes a look at scripture's most vile character: Satan. Using interviews and expert commentary, this creative and captivating program provides solid Biblical teaching on the reality of Satan and teaches how believers can overcome his many deceptions.
The second short film from Vertical Church Films (The Ride), The Two Thieves (formerly entitled Once We Were Slaves) captures the uncommon grace and redemption of the crucifixion from a perspective that’s never before been captured on film.
The Torchlighters is a series of animated programs with strong values and educational content for youth ages 8-12. Each episode presents the story of a true-life hero from Christian history. Kids will see what God can do through a "Torchlighter" and will be challenged to carry their own torch while learning about the history of our faith. This set includes the first twelve episodes.
Featured guest is Dr. K. P. Yohannan, Director of Gospel for Asia and author of more than 200 books. In the book of 2 Corinthians, the Apostle Paul tells what it really means to serve the church.
After four hundred years of failing to trust the Divine King, His people asked for a king just like the nations. I Samuel shows us what happened when the ancient church was given a king that looked perfect on the outside but did not have a heart for the True King. Yet, the Lord did not abandon them but found another king, a man after His own heart, a king who could show them a better picture of the Heavenly King, the Promised King, the King who was to come. Six segments, approximately 15 minutes each.
This set includes the entire collection of the Book By Book series: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Selected Psalms, Jonah, John, Philippians, I & II Thessalonians, II Timothy, I Peter, Esther, II Corinthians, James, Acts, Daniel, Joshua, Galatians, Ephesians, Isaiah, Revelation, Amos, Nahum, Job, Proverbs, Mark, I Samuel, Ezra and Haggai, 2 Samuel, Titus and Philemon.
Featured guest is George Verwer, founder and former International Director of Operation Mobilization. The book of Acts is the second volume of Luke's research, telling what Jesus continued to do after His ascension.
The Book of Daniel shows us how to hold onto the reality of Christ in a world that we don't control, a world that is full of values and assumptions that are hostile to the ways of the Living God.
The books of Ezra and Haggai reveal the LORD’s amazing sovereignty over history and how His plan of salvation rescued His people from captivity, foreshadowing the birth of Messiah Jesus. Six 15-minute segments.
Book by Book: Isaiah with Alec Motyer Isaiah has been described as the fifth gospel because it is so full of the birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension and return of the Lord Jesus Christ. Constantly quoted by Jesus and His apostles, Isaiah provides so much of the theological foundation for the New Testament. "The Joy of Meeting Jesus in all the Scriptures" Study Guide
Featured guest is Robbie Langford, a recently retired missionary of 30 years in South America, Central Asia, and Sudan. The book of James challenges us with the most basic and essential realities of life, driving us to face up to the truth about following Jesus.
Job is constantly accused by his friends of sin or pride or selfishness. They believe that suffering is always our own fault but that there is a way to avoid suffering if only we are holy enough or repent enough of our sins. The book of Job wants to teach us to think again about suffering, as suffering may contain some of the deepest treasures from the Living God.
Featured guest is Joseph Steinberg of Jews for Jesus. Leviticus takes us down into the theological engine of the Scriptures to show us how and why the work of the Messiah is what it is.