This is the story of a community of Stone-Age people living in the mountain jungles of Papua, (formerly called Irian Jaya). Until the 1960s, this unique culture existed without any idea of a world beyond their own isolated villages. The Yali were cannibals, warriors, and lived in fear of evil spirits. Four decades ago, westerners entered their primitive world. The foreign missionaries learned the Yali language and culture, taught the Yali to read and write, and translated with them the most published book in the world – the Bible.
Filmed in the unspoiled jungles of the Southwest Pacific, Peace Child dramatically portrays the startling reaction of primitive tribal people to the Gospel as it was presented to them by missionaries Don and Carol Richardson.
This fast-paced film on Jesus, made in high definition technology, shows his life and teaching in a way that arrests the attention of audiences.
She was young, vital, just 17 when it happened. A diving accident snapped her neck and left her paralyzed. The months that followed were filled with great physical, emotional and spiritual struggles for Joni Eareckson. Joni portrays herself in this recreation of her joys and sorrows, her fears and victories, and above all, her faith in the wisdom of a loving Heavenly Father.