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.
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.
How Jesus Died: the final 18 hours- captures every detail of the last few hours leading up to Jesus' death on the cross. From His entry into Jerusalem for the Last Supper, through His prayerful agony in the Garden of Gethsemane, His trials before Sanhedrin and Pilate, the scourging, the crowning with thorns, the brutal ascent to Golgotha bearing the weight of the cross, the nailing of His hands and feet, as well as those final three hours of torment, ending in his death.
A film on the life of Jesus so true-to-life you'll feel like you are in first-century Palestine with the Savior. Jesus was filmed on location in Israel in Biblical settings with a cast of more than 5,000 Israelis and Arabs. Virtually every word is taken directly from the Gospel of Luke. Jesus has been translated into hundreds of languages and is used internationally as an evangelistic tool.
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.
If you own a New Testament, you must have Jesus & His Times! Step back to the days and lands where Jesus walked as man. Meet the people and experience everyday life in the time of Yeshua, the Hebrew name for Jesus the Messiah.
Jeffrey Hunter stars in this beautifully filmed life of Christ. Panoramic scenes of battles between Roman legions and Judean rebels contrast with the serene faith of Jesus. Includes scenes of Christ's Sermon on the Mount, His selection of the apostles, His Passion, Crucifixion and Ascension. The life of Christ with simplicity, taste and reverence.
The Legend of the Three Trees is a timeless retelling of the classic folk tale of three distinct trees, each with its own hopes, dreams and aspirations. We follow a beautiful olive tree blossoming in the valley, a knotty oak tree clinging to the shore and a strong pine standing high on the mountainside. They each dreamed of becoming great - perhaps a majestic treasure chest, or a magnificent sailing ship or maybe the tallest tree in the forest.
Mary of Nazareth is an epic motion picture on the life of Mary, mother of Christ, from her childhood through the Resurrection of Jesus. Shot in High Definition, it was filmed in Europe with outstanding cinematography, a strong cast, and a majestic music score.
This 1951 Biblical epic stars Robert Taylor as the Legion commander whose love for a Christian slave girl (Deborah Kerr) crosses the divide between Empire and a sect with a higher loyalty. Presiding over all is Nero (Peter Ustinov). He is Caesar, madman, murderer -- an imperial ruler of the spectacular, and spectacularly doomed, glory that was Rome. A two-disc special edition set.
Resurrection is the story of one man's quest for the truth and the discovery that leads to his renewal. In the tumultuous events following Christ's crucifixion, Roman guard Claudius finds himself in the middle of a cover-up that has religious leaders, the government, and his closest friends attempting to hide something from the world. Will he uncover the truth at the risk of losing his life?
The Six Miracles of Calvary looks historically and reflectively at the remarkable events surrounding the death and resurrection of Christ. In interviews with leading scholars, the meaning and purpose of each occurrence is examined, highlighting its significance to Christ’s suffering and relevance to the challenges faced by those who follow Him. Filmed on location in Israel and featuring singer/songwriter Shannon Wexelberg, this absorbing program recaptures the Easter story and increases awe for God, His power, and His unfailing love.
Elizabeth and Jack struggle to get back to where their relationship was before Billy Hamilton got between them. Elizabeth works to find a solution for Bo Grady, who is having trouble reading. Abigail goes to Gowen with her proposal to reopen the abandoned cafe in town. The town reacts to the fact that Adam Miller has returned to Coal Valley without one of his legs. Elizabeth is informed that she is responsible for the annual production of the Coal Valley Founder's Day Play and scrambles to begin preparations.
Jesus never traveled more than 100 miles from His birthplace during His three year ministry . . . yet His life has changed the world. Beautifully filmed and dramatically reenacted, this video pilgrimage leads you from Christ's birth to His resurrection. Experience a personal journey with Christ as you walk through the modern-day sites in the Holy Land, and see the actual places where Jesus ministered over 2,000 years ago.