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A is for Adam

Ken and Mally Ham's popular children's book has become one of our classic videos! Your children will learn the true history of the world from Creation to Christ to coming Judgment. The gospel is clearly presented! This delightful DVD makes A is for Adam come alive!

In addition to proclaiming truths from the Book of Genesis, Answers in Genesis is revealing that a false view of origins (evolution) is at the foundation of many social ills plaguing our society. Answers in Genesis declares that the Book of Genesis not only provides solutions to these problems, but is also foundational to all Christian doctrine.
DVD — Item #17

Abraham and Isaac

Animated Stories From the Bible

Abraham, the "father of many nations," was promised a son in his old age. The Lord assured Abraham that through his offspring, all the nations of the world would be blessed.

Some time after the birth of Isaac, (Abraham and Sarah's miracle child), Abraham was commanded by God to offer his son as a sacrifice in the land of Moriah. Forced to make the most difficult decision of his life, Abraham put his faith into action and began preparations for taking the life of his only son. But just as Abraham was about to sacrifice Isaac, the angel of the Lord called out to him and said,

"Abraham! Abraham! Do not lay a head on the boy. Do not do anything to him. Now I know that you fear God, because you have not withheld from me, your only son." - Genesis 22:11-12, NIV)

Abraham passed this test of faith and thus renewed his trust in the Lord.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #8

Agent Abbey

Abbey, a typical American teenager from Nashville, Tennessee, enjoys being a Christian, going to church, and having fun with her friends. She has never heard about Christians suffering for their faith in Christ. But when she travels to China for the first time with her dad, a photojournalist, Abbey quickly becomes caught up in a plot that involves her new Christian friends, a mysterious secret agent, "illegal" Bibles, and the police! Desperate to undo the mess she inadvertently causes, Abbey finds herself on a daring mission and in the process mourns her own simplistic understanding. She vows to carry the message of the persecuted church to Christians back in America.

Set in modern-day Beijing and filmed on location in China and Taiwan with scenes that include the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and The Great Wall, this drama reveals not only the harsh realities of being a Christian in a restricted nation such as China, but also the all-too-common ignorance of Christians in the free world.

This powerful video is a great tool for your family, friends, Sunday school class, or anyone who needs to hear the truth about Christian persecution.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #340

Alaska! (Buddy Davis' Amazing Adventures)

Davis, Buddy

Join Buddy Davis in this 4th episode of the "Amazing Adventures" DVD series as he treks through the wilderness of Alaska!

Children and families will laugh, sing-along, and learn animal and nature facts that are all based in the truth of what the Bible says. You will learn about the many species and variations within bears and how they all originate from the biblical kind, God calling us to be fishers of men, the raising of the mountains and lowering of valleys, the value of gold in the Bible, and more! So bring the whole family together and get ready for another "Amazing Adventure" with Buddy Davis!
DVD, 25 min. — Item #2079

Albania, Kosovo & Montenegro: A Bold Advance (Dispatches from the Front #2)

A BOLD ADVANCE is set in the rugged regions of Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro among people deeply wounded by war and brutal dictatorships. Yet here in this scarred land are those who have been changed inside-out by the power of Christ. Their faces and stories declare that the message of the Cross crushes all barriers... even those raised by mosques and minefields.

Hike the mountain trails with pioneer men and women who are reaching the hard-to-reach people and loving them into the Kingdom. From Albania.s lawless frontier to Montenegro's "Mountains of the Damned" to the killing fields of Kosovo, A BOLD ADVANCE is another Macedonian call to action and a reminder that the Gospel still shakes the gates of Hell.
DVD, appx. 54 min. — Item #1874

Alexander Solzhenitsyn: His Historic and Prophetic Address at Harvard

He was heralded as a hero in the West for his courageous and gifted writings from prison that exposed the horrors and tyranny of Soviet Communism. But the reaction here was more subdued, at times even hostile, when he began to speak with equal candor about the sins and spiritual poverty of the West, most notably in a commencement address given at Harvard University on June 8, 1978.

That address is the content of this video. The technical quality of the recording leaves much to be desired, but the power of his message, nevertheless, comes through with a poignancy and clarity that still challenges us today.

Among his comments: "But should someone ask me whether I would indicate the West such as it is today as a model to my country, frankly I would have to answer negatively. No, I could not recommend your society in its present state as an ideal for the transformation of ours. Through intense suffering our country has now achieved a spiritual development of such intensity that the Western system in its present state of spiritual exhaustion does not look attractive."
DVD, 65 min. — Item #80

Aliens, UFOs and the Bible: Are We Alone in the Universe?

Bates, Gary

Every day there are hundreds of UFO sightings. Are they alien spacecraft as many people believe? What do we really know about this intriguing phenomenon? This illustrated lecture is a great overview of this baffling mystery.

In this fascinating new video featuring UFO authority Gary Bates, you'll finally get answers from observational science and the Bible. This illustrated lecture addresses the most important topics on this exciting subject and is a perfect conversation starter.

Like many, Gary had difficulty in reconciling the so-called "facts" of evolution with the Bible -- but not anymore. His passion has seen him become a popular speaker, particularly in his specialist topic of the UFO phenomenon and its "evolution connection." Although his research has revealed many bizarre claims, he recognizes that UFO beliefs are rapidly escalating in society and are challenging Christianity.
DVD, 65 min. — Item #254

Already Gone

Ham, Ken

The next generation is already calling it quits on traditional church.

If you look around your church today, two-thirds of the young people sitting in the pews have already left in their hearts; soon they will be gone for good.

In this important DVD, recorded live at Grove Avenue Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia, Ken Ham discusses the profound cultural changes taking place in our western world, as God's Word is rejected and man's fallible ideas are welcomed. Ken relates some of the shocking statistics presented in the book, Already Gone, that reveal the reasons why young people are leaving church and abandoning the faith of their parents. The church by and large is failing to give our children real answers to their questions. Instead, we give them Bible "stories" and tell them to just "trust in Jesus," while our educational institutions and media outlets undermine their faith with attacks on the Bible and its history. But it is not a hopeless situation. Ken also explains how we can fight back for our children, and what we can do to ground our children in the faith and prepare them for the challenges of the secular world.
DVD, 43 min. — Item #407

Amazing Grace

From acclaimed director Michael Apted, comes the inspiring story of how one man's passion and perseverance changed the world. Based on the true story of William Wilberforce (Ioan Gruffudd), Amazing Grace follows his courageous quest to end the British slave trade. Along the way, Wilberforce meets intense opposition from members of Parliament but his minister, John Newton (Albert Finney), a reformed slave ship captain who penned the beloved hymn "Amazing Grace", urges him to see the cause through.
DVD, 118 min. — Item #224

Amazing Grace: 5 Hymns that Changed the World

For more than 200 years these treasured hymns have touched the lives of millions, for they are the most compelling music the world has ever known. These beloved songs were a product of a special union between the Spirit of God and the human heart. They were forged in the real life crucibles of tragedy, pain, and overwhelming joy.

"Amazing Grace" was written by John Newton 25 years after he abandoned his life as an African slave trader. "It is Well with my Soul" poured from the broken heart of Horatio G. Spafford after his four daughters were killed in a tragic shipwreck, Joseph Scriven penned "What a Friend We have in Jesus" after his fiancee drowned the day before their wedding. "Silent Night" and "How Great thou Art" evolved from poems written by an Austrian parish priest and a Swedish pastor in praise and thanksgiving to their Creator. They are hymns that will endure forever. Each hymn is performed by soloists and choirs; Silent Night features the Vienna Boys choir.
DVD, 60 min. — Item #55

Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism

Os Guinness concludes his book, Long Journey Home, with the observation, "We find God only because we are found by God." Herein lies perhaps life's greatest mystery, that man's quest for meaning and redemption is in the end the story of the Lord "seeking and saving that which was lost" (Luke 19:10). And unless we understand this-unless we are able to keep first things first-we run the risk of missing just how amazing the grace that has saved us truly is. Hosted by Eric Holmberg of The Apologetics Group, this three-part presentation examines this great mystery as well as the historical struggle to make sure that it was understood and embraced by the inheritor of God's mysteries, the Church.
DVD, 4 hrs, 17 min. — Item #67

America's Godly Heritage

Barton, David

AMERICA'S GODLY HERITAGE clearly sets forth the beliefs of many of the famous Founding Fathers concerning the proper role of Christian principles in education, in government, and in the public affairs of the nation. The beliefs of Founders like George Washington, John Adams, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James Wilson, George Mason, John Quincy Adams, and many others are clearly presented.

AMERICA'S GODLY HERITAGE also provides excerpts from court cases showing that for 160 years Christian principles were part of official American public life. You'll see numerous charted statistics showing what has happened to America since the courts began rejecting the Founders' beliefs.

AMERICA'S GODLY HERITAGE is an excellent primer for those who want to know more about what was intended for America by the Founders and what can be done to return America to its original guiding philosophy. This DVD is ideal for sharing with home gatherings, church groups, and Sunday School classes, or to use as a history supplement for children or schools.
DVD, 59 min. — Item #60

Assurance: Know You Are Saved

Every Christian experiences doubt to some degree. But where is the line between doubt and unbelief?

Perhaps you are one of the millions of Christians who has been horrified at a thought like this:

* I don't have a conversion story, I must not be saved.
* I sin too much so I can't be saved.
* I don't pray or read the Bible enouugh, I couldn't possibly be saved.
* I think God is mad at me.
* I just don't think God can forgive me.
* I am mad that I keep sinning.
* I am depressed.
* I have failed too many times as a parent.
* I have a nagging sense of guilt.

If you fear that you might not actually be a Christian, join Todd Friel and Pastors R.W. Glenn and Brian Hedges as they gently lead you through the process of examining yourself to see if you are in the faith.

Your Christian walk should be joy filled, not worry laden. Working through this issue can be challenging, but the process is worth the effort as you will know for certain that you are His child.
DVD — Item #1852

The Authentic Christ (How Do We Know the Bible Is True? Series)

Edwards, Brian

"...for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved" (Acts 4:12). Who is this Jesus? Madman? Con man? Son of God? THE AUTHENTIC CHRIST takes a look at the evidence for Jesus Christ as a real figure of history and documents the historical accuracy of the Gospels. You will also study the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies and see how these prophecies point to the coming of Christ, authenticating the authority and credibility of His life on earth. Christians will understand as never before the amazing significance of Jesus of Calvary and all that His death means for us. Non-Christians will see the vital necessity of responding to Him as Savior and Lord and acknowledging Him as the Son of God.

HOW DO WE KNOW THE BIBLE IS TRUE? is an essential primer of basic Christianity and apologetics that every believer should know. A 4-part collection, it is excellent for personal enrichment and small group studies.
DVD, appx 45 min. — Item #1422

The Awesome Forces of God's Creation Series


Explore the waters around us. The ebb and flow of the tides. Raging rivers. Surging floods. Crashing tidal waves. Learn from experts what water is. Where is comes from. How its awesome force can move boulders and tear up trees, completely changing the face of the earth. Marvel at water's role in our infinitely complex weather system... and find the amazing power of the Master Creator who keeps it all in place.



Examine the power and majesty of the earth beneath our feet. Travel deep inside to it's very core. Take a fascinating look at it's many layers. Learn what's behind it's shifting plates and molten volcanic eruptions. In this fascinating program, see the amazing signature of God as revealed in the earth around us. Learn how the same magnificent power that undergirds the earth provides a firm foundation for every living thing.



Explore the power of the atmosphere above us. Experience the awesome force unleashed by tornadoes, hurricanes, and thunderstorms. Learn where wind comes from. What makes it whisper and what makes it roar. What makes it send cooling relief on a hot summer day, or whirl into a raging tornado. Discover wind's role in our complex weather system - a system so intricate it could have only come from the hand of a personally involved Master Designer.
DVD, 40 min. each, 2 DVDs — Item #184

Bamboo in Winter

"We Christians are like bamboo -- when you cut us down, we grow back taller and stronger..."

She was just back from the University. With memories of Tiananmen Square still fresh in her mind, she now faced a new kind of revolution. A revolution of the soul.

The Preacher has come to the village, bringing the Bible's life-changing message. As she listens, she is edged closer to an eternal decision. But in this atheistic communist society, the consequences of such a decision can be devastating.

Based on actual events now happening to the suffering house church in China, this thrilling drama will move viewers into a new sense of power of faith in the face of oppression.
DVD, 58 min. — Item #162

Basic Training for Defending the Faith

Bahnsen, Dr. Greg L.

Watch and learn as Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen teaches you how to think as a Christian. God didn't call us be "secret agents," He demands our minds, as well as our hearts, and expects us to be able to give a reasonable defense for the hope that is in us (1 Peter 3:15). Dr. Bahnsen reveals that our job as Christian apologists is not to change unbelieving hearts, but to simply close the mouth of the unbeliever. This 5-part video series will show you how!

* Part One: The Myth of Neutrality (49 min)
* Part Two: Introduction to Worldviews (51 min)
* Part Three: Worldviews in Conflict (53 min)
* Part Four: Defending the Christian Faith (50 min)
* Part Five: Problems for Unbelieving Worldviews (90 min)

BONUS: An audio CD of Dr. Bahnsen debating atheist George Smith is also included.
DVD, 5 lectures / 293 min. total — Item #27

Battle for the Bible

This program explores the dramatic, violent and world-shaking story of the most famous and widely-read book in history -- the Bible in English. It profiles a group of men who set out on a new crusade - to bring the Scriptures to people in their own language for the first time. In so doing, they would help launch a religious revolution that would ultimately change the course of history in England, America and beyond.
DVD, appx. 60 min. — Item #408

Battling Unbelief: Defeating Sin with Superior Pleasure

Piper, John

No one sins out of duty. We sin because it offers some promise of happiness. That promise enslaves us-until we believe that God is more desirable than life itself (Psalm 63:3). Only the power of God's superior promises in the gospel can emancipate our hearts from servitude to the shallow promises and fleeting pleasures of sin.

Pastor John Piper shows how to sever the clinging roots of sin that ensnare us, including anxiety, pride, shame, impatience, covetousness, bitterness, despondency, and lust.

Delighting in the bounty of God's glorious gospel promises will free us for a less sin-encumbered life, to the glory of Christ. Rooted in solid biblical reflection, this book aims to help guide you through the battles to the joys of victory by the power of the gospel and its superior pleasure.
DVD — Item #70

Beautifully Broken

BEAUTIFULLY BROKEN is an amazing, heart-grabbing movie with scope and universal truth based on the true story of the convergence of a refugee's escape, a prisoner's promise, and a daughter's painful secret. In this touching, authentic true story of hope, three fathers fight to save their families. Their lives become intertwined in an unlikely journey across the globe, where they learn the healing power of forgiveness and reconciliation.
DVD, 101 min. — Item #2175

Behind the Glass Door

"The Child Behind the Glass Door -- Hannah's Story" reveals both the tremendous challenges and deep joys of raising a child with a developmental disability. As an infant, Hannah would not respond when someone walked into the room. When other babies were walking, she still crawled. At two years old, Hannah could not speak a word. She lived in her own little world, one of constant tantrums that kept her family awake at nights for weeks on end.

Frustration and sleepless nights turned into desperation. But Hannah's mother prayed to God and clearly heard Him say in her heart, "Hannah has been made in my image. You need to look at her like I see her."

Through the support of a team of care-workers and other professionals, Hannah made progress. Her family discovered she could count. And then one day, she spoke -- in perfect, clear English. Soon, she was using the family computer to study Dinosaurs.

Hannah's story is an inspiring account of how one, dedicated family has learned to raise a child diagnosed with PDD, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, a form of autism. Viewers will be touched by the story's revealing truth - that a family's committed, God-centered love can help us survive even the most challenging valleys of life.
DVD, 53 min. — Item #302

Behind the Sun

BEHIND THE SUN follows the story of Samir Majan, a young man born and raised a Muslim in the Middle East who attended college in America.

After receiving a degree from a university in Chicago, he begins his trip back home to see his family. But something has drastically changed in the young man's life since coming to the States.

As his welcoming committee awaits his arrival, the young man's fear and concern is overwhelming. Samir knows trouble and persecution lie ahead because he has done the unthinkable.

Samir has become... a Christian.
DVD, 56 min. — Item #54

Beyond The Shadow of a Doubt

Friel, Todd

Can I trust the Bible? Did God really write it? Can I bank my eternity on it? Proving the Bible is supernaturally inspired by God is as simple as looking inside its pages.

If I said, "The president lives in the White House," and you said, "Prove it." It would be reasonable for me to say, "Let's go look in the White House windows and see if he lives there."

If we saw the president living there, we could then conclude, "The president lives in the White House."

The same thing is true for the Bible.

Once you look in its pages, the reality is undeniable, "God wrote this book and I can stake my eternity on it."

Join Todd Friel as he takes you on a lightning tour of the Bible in a matter of minutes and you will conclude, "God wrote this book."

Your faith in Scripture will never wobble again.
DVD — Item #1869

Beyond the Gates of Splendor

Based on the amazing true story that inspired Elizabeth Elliot's best-seller, Through the Gates of Splendor, comes an incredible documentary film. When five missionary families travel to Ecuador, they find creative ways to connect with an isolated tribe, the Waodani. Although at first they find acceptance, eventually, some meet with hostility and ultimately, death.

In a testament to unsurpassed forgiveness, however, members of the slain missionaries' families return to the Amazonian basin and live among the tribe. Featuring first-hand accounts of this fascinating story, including recent tribe interviews, this powerful, award-winning documentary is one you will never forget.
DVD, 96 min. — Item #46

Beyond the Mask

The leading mercenary for the British East India Company, Will Reynolds (Andrew Cheney, Seasons of Gray), has just been double-crossed and now is on the run in the American colonies. Working to redeem his name and win back the affections of Charlotte (Kara Killmer, Chicago Fire), with whom he's never been fully truthful, Will now hides behind a new mask in hopes of thwarting his former employer (John Rhys-Davies, Lord of the Rings). As his past life closes in on him, Will must somehow gain the trust and the help of his beloved Charlotte--as well as Ben Franklin--while he races against time to defuse a plot of historical proportions!
DVD, 103 min. — Item #2109

Beyond the Next Mountain

One man's pilgrimage to bring the Scriptures to his own tribe. At the close of the 19th century, the British branded the Hmar people of northeast India as "the worst headhunters." It was a label well deserved at the time. But in 1910, a single copy of the New Testament Gospel of John came into this village and changed the course of history for the Hmar people. Through that single copy of John's Gospel, Chawnga, the father of Rochunga Pudaite, was introduced to a revolutionary "new life in Christ." He and a few tribesmen "forsook all and followed Christ." Chawnga believed that Rochunga was God's chosen instrument to bring the Scriptures to the entire Hmar tribe in their own language. This is the story of Rochunga's personal pilgrimage. It is an unforgettable saga of his dedication to a vision and of the Lord's direction in his life. Filmed in India, Hawaii, Scotland and America, this beautiful film will be enjoyed by the entire family.
DVD, 97 min. — Item #161

Bible Adventures

In classic storybook style, Moody Videos brings to life these well-known Bible stories using superior, unanimated illustrations that captivate the minds and hearts of the audience. The memorable character, Mr. Fixit, helps the neighborhood children to learn and grow through their everyday problems by drawing parallel principles from the timeless Bible stories we know and love.

Mr. Fixit's shop is a safe place where kids with troubled hearts and real life problems come for answers to their tough questions. Every episode finds Mr. Fixit telling captivating stories to convey practical Biblical truth from his trademark Big Red Book. Your kids will want to return to Mr. Fixit's shop again and again, and experience the truths that are taught there. Ages: 5-10

1. Ahab the Pouting King
Mike would rather have his friend's model helicopter than his new bike, until he learns how selfishness led King Ahab down a bad path.

2. The Fiery Furnace
Jimmy gets a real life example of how to stand up for what he believes, even when it isn't the most popular thing to do.

3. The Baby Moses
When Jill has to stay home from summer camp to take care of her brother she is very disappointed, but then she learns about how Moses' life (and the life of a whole nation) was saved because he was cared for as a baby.

4. Elijah and the Prophets of Baal
Tom brings an idol to school for show-and-tell, but then he learns about how God rained fire down from heaven to embarrass the Baal worshipers.

5. Noah and the Ark
Bobby learns from the story of Noah how God knows all of our actions, and someday we all have to answer for them.

6. Daniel in the Lions' Den
Freddy begins to understand how important it is to do things God's way, even though it might sometimes put you in a very tough spot.

7. Gideon
Even though Jimmy feels like a nobody, he learns from the story of Gideon that God can use anyone (even someone who thinks they are a nobody) to do great things.

8. Jonah and the Big Fish
Two boys learn that disobeying their parents is wrong; even though they think they got away with something : God will always know, even if no one else does.

9. Naaman the Leper
Sherri uses her size as an excuse to avoid doing anything important until she learns how Naaman's servant girl cured his disease when no one else could.

10. Samson
Johnny is the fastest and strongest in his school, but that can be a problem too, if you aren't using your skills for God's glory.

11. The Red Sea
Two boys learn about God's ability to do anything, even the impossible.

12. David and Saul
Timmy hears about how David dealt with people ganging up on him and realizes it is best to show love and let God take care of the rest.
DVD, 12 episodes, appx. 149 min. — Item #427

Biblical Counseling Observations

This training series offers the opportunity for an individual or group to observe 12 counseling sessions led by five seasoned biblical counselors. These five counselors, with the combined experience of more than 110 years of active biblical counseling, provide an instructive window into the planning, process, and the practice of the biblical counselor.

Randy Patten counsels "Trey and Deb," a young couple with no children struggling in their communication, finances, and other common marriage problems. These first, second, and "graduation" sessions depict a process of how to get started and conclude a counseling case effectively.

Dr. Mark Dutton disciples "Josh," a husband who came to Christ as a result of seeking counsel about his struggle with pornography. These fourth and fifth counseling sessions highlight how to teach a counselee the biblical goal of life and the biblical process of how to grow and change.

Dr. Steve Viars counsels "Andy & Julie," a couple with three children who has not been communicating or solving problems. These seventh and eighth counseling sessions with "Andy and Julie" focus on the counselor's critical task of addressing and dealing with heart issues.

Dr. Amy Baker disciples "Annie," a single woman in her twenties frustrated with her life because she is not married. These first and second sessions portray how a biblical counselor can gather data, gain involvement, give hope, and use homework to implement God-honoring change.

Dr. Bob Smith counsels "Doug & Karen," a married couple seeking counsel because of her medical situation and their failing marriage. These first, second, and sixth sessions depict how a biblical counselor, even without medical training, can bring great hope and help to those struggling with medical issues.
DVD, 12 DVDs — Item #420

The Biggest Question

Who do you know who isn't saved? Have you been looking for a product that you could give to that person, but you just haven't found the right one? We think we have just what you need: THE BIGGEST QUESTION.

How much time have you spent wondering, "What should I wear today?"
How much energy have you spent planning your vacations?
How much sleep have you lost worrying about your retirement?
While those are important issues, how many hours have you spent pondering The Biggest Question?

Philosophers say there are three philosophical questions that every human should consider:
- Who am I?
- Why am I here?

Those are VERY important questions, but they pale in comparison to The Biggest Question.

Join Kirk Cameron, RW Glenn and Todd Friel as they reveal The Biggest Question.

What is the answer? That is up to you!
DVD — Item #1850

Billy Graham: An Extraordinary Journey

Walk in the shoes of an unlikely messenger who touched the world. Rare historical footage and compelling interviews with family members, lifelong friends, former presidents, and prominent broadcasters tell the remarkable story of Billy Graham - who grew up on a farm and became the most prolific preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in modern history. Known as a pastor to presidents, an advocate for racial equality, and the fearless risk taker who preached behind the Iron Curtain, see Graham's unwavering faith as he encountered challenges, tragedies, and world crises.
DVD, 72 min. — Item #2185

The Biology of Prenatal Development

Carlson, Dr. Bruce

The Biology of Prenatal Development describes human prenatal development through all 38 weeks of pregnancy, emphasizing the first trimester developmental period when all body systems and more than 90 percent of body parts emerge and begin to function.

This documentary features rare imagery of the living human embryo and fetus. It combines facts gleaned from the medical literature with images produced from 6 different medical-imaging technologies. Fascination and visually compelling, this video provides an overview of key features of human embryonic development with video sequences of human embryos, animations, and narration.
DVD, 42 min. — Item #68

The Blazing Center: The Soul-Satisfying Supremacy of God in All Things (DVD)

Piper, John

God is the blazing sun at the center of reality. Everything revolves around him. And as the most valuable and glorious person that exists, God is loving, not conceited, when he calls us to worship him, because he's offering us the one thing that will make us the most happy: Himself. God's pursuit of glory and our pursuit of joy are not at odds. Because God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him.

In these eight 30-minute sessions, John Piper explains from the Bible:

* Why God is so passionate about his glory
* Why our happiness depends on God's pursuit of his glory
* That God actually commands us to pursue our happiness
* That sin is when we abandon God and pursue our happiness in lesser things
* How our love for God is revealed by our delight in him, not our labors for him
* How joy in God overflows in love to meet the needs of others
* How only joy in God can sustain us in times of profound suffering

Recorded in the intimate setting of a retreat for youth leaders and students, these sessions are great for use in adult and youth Sunday School classes, small groups, retreats, classrooms, and families.
DVD, Eight 30-min. sessions, 3 DVDs — Item #76

Blind Watchmaker? A Skeptical Look at Darwinism

Johnson, Phillip E.

"Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose. For example the Cambrian strata of rocks, vintage about 600 million years are the oldest ones in which we find most of the major invertebrate groups. And we find many of them already in an advanced state of evolution, the very first time they appear. It is as though they were just planted there, without any evolutionary history" -- Richard Dawkins, The Blind Watchmaker


Phillip E. Johnson became a skiptic of Darwinism after reading Richard Dawkins' book, The Blind Watchmaker. Having discovered the blinding effects of philosophical naturalism, Professor Johnson came to the conclusion that neo-Darwinian theory was an outgrowth, not so much of empirical data, but of dogmatic and absolute adherence to naturalism and materialism.

In this illuminating lecture, Professor Johnson summarizes the major conflicts between neo-Darwinian theory and natural science including the Cambrian explosion and the existence of biomolecular systems of irreducible complexity. He concludes that The Blind Watchmaker is more akin to an evangelistic tract for atheism than a book on empirical science. In closing, he cites Richard Feynmann who advises scientists to report all relevant data including details that might throw doubts into their theory.
DVD, 71 min. — Item #29

The Book of Daniel

Experience the book of Daniel like never before in this epic Bible film! Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, has conquered Judah and deported its people to his empire. Daniel is taken into slavery as a youth in 605 B.C. While in Babylon, Daniel's prophetic gift is noticed by the king--and an adventure of faith, tyranny, miracles, and destiny is born!

Faced with incredible challenges, Daniel proves himself a trusted advisor and is placed among the king's wise men. In danger at every turn, Daniel is ever loyal to the king until he is forced to choose between serving the king and honoring God. With his life at stake Daniel has nothing but his faith to stand between him and the lions' den. This Bible movie gracefully follows the course of Daniel's life as he serves under all four kings that ruled over the course of Israel's 70 year captivity in Babylon. See the scriptures come alive!
DVD, appx. 88 min. — Item #1431

The Book of Ruth: Journey of Faith

THE BOOK OF RUTH is a triumphant love story in the face of adversity.

This selfless journey of love and devotion is seen through the eyes of a young widow. Choosing to leave her homeland of Moab, she follows her mother-in-law Naomi to Israel after the death of her husband. Upon reaching Bethlehem, she meets and marries a man named Boaz, who is of the Royal House of Judah. This chain of seemingly unrelated events, sets the stage for the future kings of the nation of Israel, and the glorious coming of the Messiah.

A Biblical Cinderella story from the archives of the royal Jewish bloodline, this story reveals the redemption of their inheritance through the child Obed, who was the grandfather of King David.
DVD, 91 min. — Item #342

Born Again

Charles Colson's life will be radically changed during the course of Watergate as he discovers what it means to be BORN AGAIN.

As President Richard Nixon's Special Counsel, Colson had his own office in the White House, power and prestige. After Watergate he had a prison record... and a strong faith.

In this major motion picture, Colson (played by Dean Jones) pleads guilty to Watergate-related charges and is sent to prison. The experience leaves him radically changed, and he decides to establish Prison Fellowship - a ministry that now reaches around the world.

What could transform this former White House "Hatchet Man" into a prison worker and a respected author and speaker? This inspiring and compelling movie is for anyone who has ever longed for a fresh start.
DVD, 110 min. — Item #348

Breakthrough: The Story of James O. Fraser and the Lisu People

"Every Christian needs a historical mentor"
- Amy (Barstad) Law, Perspectives speaker and Youth with a Mission (YWAM) mobilizer

In 1908 a young English college graduate gave up a potential career and fame to serve as a missionary in the remote regions of China. But after six years, there was little response and the mission needed him elsewhere.

Adapted from MOUNTAIN RAIN, the biography written by Eileen Fraser Crossman, Fraser's daughter, BREAKTHROUGH is an inspiring half-hour docudrama about a man, his journey, and a people changed through prayer. This multi-language DVD is a story about personal sacrifice, perseverance, the power of prayer and the opportunity to step back in time 100 years to experience the life of a missionary pioneer to the Lisu people in East Asia. BREAKTHROUGH inspires people -- whether viewed at home, with a college group, small group or church class, during a missions course or any prayer gathering.
DVD, appx. 36 min. — Item #297

Brothers... Feel. Think. Preach. God

Piper, John

Man-centeredness pervades our world. Even in the church, a gospel is often preached that makes man the focus and puts God at the edge. People become God and he becomes their lackey. Into this context, the Bible levels a radical challenge to feel, think, and preach with absolute God-centeredness.

In these three messages from the 2006 Phoenix Seminary Pastors Conference, John Piper preaches to preachers, urging them to lead in a way that keeps God where he belongs-the center.

This DVD also features an hour of Q & A with John Piper and Wayne Grudem.
DVD, 3 messages, 1 DVD — Item #74

C.H. Spurgeon Tonight

Skinner, Dr. Craig

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was one of the greatest preachers in all of church history. He baptized over 10,000 persons, founded an orphanage for 500 children, established a pastor's college, fostered hundreds of churches, operated 21 city missions halls, and gathered 6,000 hearers twice each Sunday for 40 years in the London Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle. Sometimes preaching twelve times a week and working 18 hours a day, Spurgeon authored 135 books, and edited 28 others. His 4,000 published sermons (which sold up to 25,000 copies per week and reached into 40 languages) remain in print today reputedly as the greatest body of evangelical literature by any author in the English-speaking world. They are still in great demand.

This program features Dr. Craig Skinner and his acclaimed one-man show based on Spurgeon. In includes a documentary introduction to Spurgeon's life and ministry and Dr. Skinner's dramatic portrayals of Spurgeon the man and minister.
DVD, 56 min. — Item #66

C.H. Spurgeon: The People's Preacher

Here is the intimate story of one of the greatest preachers in the history of the church. We follow him from his youth where, as a young preacher he is surprisingly called to minister in London and soon captures the love and respect of the nation. He goes on to become one of its most influential figures.

This powerful, inspirational docu-drama faithfully recreates the times of C.H. Spurgeon and brings the "people's preacher" to life as it follows his trials and triumphs with historical accuracy.

Made by the award-winning Christian Television Association and filmed on location in England, Scotland, France and Germany, this film vividly captures the spirit and message of a man whose eventful -- and sometimes controversial -- life is highly relevant to the twenty-first century.
DVD, 70 min. — Item #355

C.S. Lewis Through the Shadowlands

He cried out, "Where is God when I really need him?" This film is about the agonizing spiritual crisis of C. S. Lewis when his wife died from cancer. The love, grief, pain, and sorrow were so shattering to Lewis that his basic Christian beliefs, magnificently communicated in his many books, were now called into serious doubt. But he picked up the pieces and moved out of the depressing "shadowlands," realizing that "real life has not even begun yet."

Stars Joss Ackland and Claire Bloom. Winner of over a dozen prestigious awards including the International Emmy for Best Drama and two British Academy Awards.
DVD, 90 min. — Item #1436

C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia

Readers and fans worldwide know the land of Narnia and the magical beings who dwell there, but few know the creative behind it. Meet C.S. Lewis, an extraordinary creative force in this engaging docudrama, filmed in Oxford England where he lived, worked and imagined "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", and other tales that make up the beloved "Chronicles of Narnia".

Bonus Features:
* C.S. Lewis and Narnia Trivia
* About C.S. Lewis
* The Chronicles of Narnia Bibliography
* Narnia Word Find
* Recipe for Turkish Delight
DVD, appx. 54 min. — Item #1435


When a generation finds the theology and practice of the modern church wanting, they turn to the internet for answers. an investigation into the roots of the reformation reveals a theology that challenges everything they thought they knew about Christianity. With a fresh view of God, where do they go from here? CALVINIST is the theology documentary of a lifetime. Featuring influential teachers R.C. Sproul, Paul Washer, Shai Linne, Kevin Deyoung, James White and many more.
DVD, 90 min. — Item #2192

Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam: Every Tribe (Dispatches from the Front #9)

Pioneer missionary Samuel Zwemer wrote, "The kingdoms and governments of this world have frontiers that must not be crossed." Then he added, "The Gospel of Jesus Christ knows no frontier. It never has been kept within bounds." This border-crossing, boundless Gospel is the theme of EVERY TRIBE. The latest episode of the DISPATCHES FROM THE FRONT series is set in Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos, where a patchwork of tribes lives - people groups long crushed by brutal dictators and enslaved to the worship of demons. But the Gospel is setting prisoners free! From the killing fields of Cambodia to the remote corners of Laos, this is an "every tribe, every tongue" story of first-generation believers, who are now singing for joy over their deliverance, loving the Word, and crossing borders to share the Good News that "never has been kept within bounds."
DVD, 70 min. — Item #2075

Candle in the Dark: The Story of William Carey

He sailed in 1793 to India with a reluctant wife and four children to bring the message of Jesus. There he encountered so much hardship it is amazing he didn't abandon his mission and go home. But he stayed for over 40 years.

One issue that tormented him was "sati" -- the burning alive of widows when their husbands died. He would not rest until this practice was stopped. Facing insurmountable odds, he "plodded" on to influence the abolition of sati and to become the revered "Friend of India" and "Father of Modern Missions."

He oversaw more translations of the Bible than had been done in all previous Christian history combined. Life was never easy for Carey. But he simply refused to quit, even when a devastating fire destroyed years of his literary work. His legacy has inspired countless others from his own day to the present. William Carey shows dramatically how a life dedicated to God and obedient to His calling can make a profound difference in the world.
DVD, 97 min. / 120 min. additional material — Item #209

The Case For Atheism

Friel, Todd

"If I face God on Judgment Day, I will tell Him to go to hell." Those are the shocking words from Dan Barker, president of the Freedom from Religion Foundation.

Here is the punch line. For 17 years, Dan Barker was an evangelical pastor.
Todd Friel, host of Wretched Radio debated Mr. Barker to resolve the question, "Does God Exist?" In this DVD, not only will you witness the debate, but you will also learn:

* How does someone go from being a Jesus lover to a Jesus hater?
* How to witness to an intellectual without being intimidated.
* How to defend your Christian faith when confronted with atheist arguments.

You do NOT need to know every apologetic argument. You do NOT need to know everything about evolution. You do NOT need to know everything about religious history. But you do need to know how to wield the two weapons that God has provided us. After watching this DVD, you will know how to use this artillery so you can witness to ANYONE. And most important, you will never be responsible for creating another bitter backslider like Dan Barker.
DVD — Item #1861

The Case For Christ

Working to disprove the growing Christian faith of his wife, an investigative journalist chases down the biggest story of all time, with unexpected life-altering results! Starring Mike Vogel, Erika Christensen (Academy Award Winner), Faye Dunaway and Academy Award Nominee Rober Forster. THE CASE FOR CHRIST is based on the true-life story of Lee Strobel, author of the best-selling book. What will be your verdict?
DVD, 113 min. — Item #2173

The Case for Christ

Strobel, Lee

Based upon the Gold Medallion award-winning best-seller, THE CASE FOR CHRIST documents Lee Strobel's journey from atheism to faith through his two-year investigation of the Bible and the life of Jesus Christ.

Strobel, the former legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, draws upon his investigative skills to examine the historical accuracy of the Gospels, the personal claims of Jesus and His resurrection from the dead.

Is there evidence to confirm that Jesus of Nazareth was, indeed, the son of God and the savior of the world?

This remarkable film features interviews with 10 leading Biblical scholars from North America and England, cutting-edge apologetics, and a compelling original music score.
DVD, 71 min. — Item #294

The Case for Kids

Tripp, Tedd and Paul David

THE CASE FOR KIDS Video Series presents material from Tedd Tripp's book 'Shepherding a Child's Heart' and Paul Tripp's 'Age of Opportunity'. In 14 half-hour sessions Tedd and Paul Tripp uncover the heart issues affecting parents, their children, and their teenagers. Together they discuss parenting from before the "terrible twos" through the often chaotic adolescent years.

Are you interested in the the idea of shepherding your child's heart? This video seminar offers a simple and cumulative approach to the task of biblical parenting. Are you already familiar with the shepherding principals discussed in "Shepherding a Child's Heart" or "Age of Opportunity"? Then this series is a clear summary and reminder of why shepherding hearts is so important.

Beginning with what a family is and concluding with ways to help our children see God's glory, brothers Tedd and Paul Tripp deal biblically and practically with the command to train children in the way they should go. They address the issues of the heart that motivate children from infancy to adulthood. They talk about a biblical understanding of authority. They explain the principle of sowing and reaping - actions and consequences. And they emphasize the necessity of reconciliation with God through Jesus Christ.

1. What is a Family?
2. You can be part of what God is doing in your child.
3. Getting to the heart of behavior
4. From behavior to the heart

Ages 0-5
5. Teaching toddlers to be under authority
6. Withhold not correction

Ages 6-12
7. A fresh look at consequences
8. Deeper dimensions of reaping

Ages 13-18
9. Parents meet your teens - Part I
10. Parents meet your teens - Part II
11. Setting Godly Goals - Part I
12. Setting Godly Goals - Part II

13. It's not just your teen who is struggling
14. Helping kids see God's glory
DVD, 4 DVDs, fourteen 30-minute videos — Item #327

The Case for a Creator

Strobel, Lee

As a high school freshman, Lee Strobel became convinced that God did not exist. Only the hard, empirical evidence of science could be trusted -- and it appeared to point to a universe created by purely materialistic processes. Time, chance, and Darwinian evolution.

This atheistic worldview deeply influenced Strobel's academic years and early career as an award-winning journalist for the Chicago Tribune. Then, in 1980, his wife's conversion to Christianity led him on an intensive search for the truth about God. Not surprisingly, he began with science.

What do the discoveries of modern biology, physics, cosmology, and astronomy really tell us about the origin of life and the universe? When objectively considered, does contemporary scientific evidence point toward or away from a supernatural Creator? Strobel interviewed scientists and scholars from a wide range of disciplines for the answers.

Based upon a New York Times best-seller, THE CASE FOR A CREATOR is a remarkable film about Lee Strobel's journey from spiritual skepticism to a profound faith in the God who has etched His indelible signature upon every galaxy and living cell. The Creator now revealed by 21st century science.

Bonus Features:
* Questions and answers with scientists
* Book, DVD, and internet reference library
* The Machinery Of Life
* How Did Life Begin?
DVD, 60 min. — Item #255

Celtic Cry: The Heart of a Martyr

A musical journey through the lives of Scottish martyrs. Imagine the heather on the hill, the sweeping majesty of the Scottish highlands, the mysterious sense of the moors and lochs. Imagine no more! Now you can see them for yourself. With narrative and music surrounding the stories of the Scottish Covenanters, you'll discover the rich legacy of 17th-century Christian martyrs. You'll see all 10 songs from the recording Celtic Cry, along with a documentary hosted by Alistair Begg. He takes you with him on a journey through the lives - and deaths - of these men and women of faith. Taped in Scotland with singers Matthew Ward, Shannon Wexelberg, Scott Krippayne, and Charles Billingsley.
DVD, 50 min. — Item #51

Chariots of Fire

Director Hugh Hudson's absorbing drama, based on a true story, deals with the personal struggles faced by two very different long-distance runners competing for Britain in the 1924 Paris Olympic Games. Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson) is a devout Christian who sees victory as a testament to the glory of God, while the other, Harold Abrahams (Ben Cross), is a Jewish Cambridge student who sees victory as a challenge to anti-Semitism and his ongoing struggle for acceptance by Britain's elite. Eric, a hometown Scottish hero to the people, gives rousing sermons after victory and works at a local missionary. Harold runs with a zealous commitment, upsetting Cambridge's educational upper crust (played with enjoyable wit and candor by Sir John Gielgud and Lindsay Anderson) while enjoying social life with his university chums and his beautiful showgirl girlfriend (Alice Krige). But when faced with such a competent challenger, Harold hires trainer Sam Mussabini (Ian Holm) to further his dreams of winning the gold. Ultimately, the two runners meet in Paris to run for British victory in a rousing finale.
DVD, 124 min. — Item #35

Charles Wesley: Hymns of Praise

Jackman, John

Meet Charles Wesley in this fascinating one-man drama.

Charles Wesley penned more than 6,500 magnificent hymns. Some are among the most beloved in Christian history -- "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," "Christ The Lord Is Risen Today," and many others appear in the hymnals of every Christian denomination.

In Wesley's time, congregational hymn singing was a revolutionary idea. Anglican churches had marvelous choirs, but the congregations rarely sang. Everything changed when brothers John and Charles Wesley, on their way to Georgia, were inspired by a group of Moravians singing vibrant German hymns. John became quite fluent in German and translated many of the Moravian hymns into English.

Following his conversion, Charles often wrote a hymn every day, and the brothers published numerous hymnals. Charles' poems were often sung to popular tunes of the day. He even rewrote popular songs to give them a spiritual message. His hymns speak clearly of the theology and belief of the early Methodist movement.

You'll hear the true stories of the early days of Methodism, the events that led up to his conversion, his brother John's "Aldersgate Experience," and the astonishing events that unfolded as the Wesley brothers first began to preach--and sing--in the fields of England.
DVD, 90 min. — Item #257

China Cry

Her story is wrapped up within one of the most incredible marvels in all world history: how the Christian church survived under repressive atheistic communism in China. But it did more than survive. It thrived and multiplied. We can better understand these heroic Chinese Christians through Nora's story.

Adopted by a prominent family in Shanghai in 1941, little Sung Neng Yee (Nora Lam) is treated like a princess... until the bombs drop, and the Japanese seize her house. After the defeat of the Japanese, she joins the Communists, believing they are the liberators of China. All goes well until she falls in love with Iam Cheng Shen from Hong Kong. Communist officials decide to break her of any bourgeois tendencies. During the next few years, in which she marries and has three children, she is subjected to excruciating persecution. She calls out to God for salvation. Miracles follow. She bargains for her husband and daughter's release to Hong Kong and is sent to hard labor, where she starts agitating for her own release. An intimate love story, sage of courage, and acclaimed inspirational gem.
DVD, 103 min. — Item #62

China: No Regrets, No Retreat (Dispatches from the Front #8)

From the start of the modern missions movement 200 years ago, China has been to missionaries what Everest is to mountain climbers. China's size and distance was magnetic-at least for men and women with a big enough view of the Gospel to go. NO REGRETS, NO RETREAT begins in England to capture the missionary spirit of those early Gospel risk-takers-and then goes on to China to show how Christ continues to build His Church in stunning ways in our day. Despite the legacy of suffering and persecution, the number of Chinese Christians may now be approaching 100 million, and a truly Chinese church movement is underway, reaching the teeming coastal cities and pushing westward to the walls of the Himalayas and beyond. DISPATCHES FROM THE FRONT crosses the globe to showcase this Gospel Everest, magnifying Jesus' saving power and His ever-expanding Kingdom!
DVD, 72 min. — Item #2074

Christianity and Islam

Based on the best-selling book, Is the Father of Jesus the God of Muhammad? by Dr. Timothy George.

Words unfamiliar to most Americans are now heard daily on the evening news: jihad, Islam, Allah, Quran, fatwa, imam, ummah, Ramadan. Today, there are approximately seven million Muslims, and more than 13,000 mosques in North America. Now that Muslims are our neighbors, how do we talk to them about Christ? What do Muslims think about Jesus? Which beliefs do we share in common with Muslims and where do we differ from them? Do we worship the same God they worship? Is the Father of Jesus the God of Muhammad?

Noted theologian, best-selling author, editor, and Dean of Beeson Divinity School at Samford University, Dr. Timothy George, teams with T N Mohan, producer-director of the award winning films, Hanged on a Twisted Cross, Here I Stand, For One English Officer, to answer these and other in this visually rich four-part TV series. Dr. George is dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University and an executive editor of Christianity Today.

The series avoids the angry condemnation of all Muslims on the one hand, or a compromising of Christian truth-claims on the other. Muslim views are stated fairly and objectively from Muslim scholars who appear in the series. The programs set forth basic and foundational differences between Christianity and Islam and the implications for how we understand God, Christ, and the meaning of salvation.

Four 25-minute programs:

1. The Tenets of Islam
2. The Trinity
3. The Bible and the Incarnation
4. The Cross and Salvation

A 32-page PDF study guide is included.
DVD, Four 25-min. programs — Item #231

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Prepare to enter another world as Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media present C.S. Lewis's timeless and beloved adventure. With stunningly realistic special effects, you'll experience the exploits of Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter, four siblings who find the world of Narnia through a magical wardrobe while playing a game of hide-and-seek at the country estate of a mysterious professor. Once there, the children discover a charming, once peaceful land inhabited by talking beasts, dwarfs, fauns, centaurs, and giants that has been turned into a world of eternal winter by the evil White Witch, Jadis. Aided by the wise and magnificent lion, Aslan, the children lead Narnia into a spectacular, climactic battle to be free of the Witch's glacial powers forever!
DVD, 135 min. — Item #256

City of the Bees

Moody Science Classics

You're about to visit an incredible city. Where everyone has a job. A place where there's no need for hospitals or retirement homes. The organized, efficient City of the Bees.

You'll learn how these amazing insects live and work. You'll see their police patrols, sanitation squads, and air conditioning systems. And you'll begin to grasp their language, as you watch worker bees describe the direction and the distance of their latest nectar find.

You'll be amazed at the harsh law of the hive, which leaves no room for the sick or unproductive members. And you'll find out why God's design for human relationships is vastly different from His system for bees.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #193


Clancy Miller (Christina Dawn Fougnie, in her movie debut) is an abused girl with the faith of an angel. In order to avoid social workers, she runs away to the streets of the city. Once there, she meets up with Nick (Jefferson Moore, The Perfect Stranger), an ill-tempered, homeless veteran.

The city's corrupt mayor (J. Robert Bailey, Melrose Place) devises a plan to capitalize on Clancy's disappearance that will ensure his re-election. But the mayor's scheme takes an unexpected turn, and Clancy and Nick find themselves on the run, facing eminent danger, and forming an unlikely bond in order to survive.
DVD, 119 min. — Item #362

The Climb

Two hotshot solo climbers forge an uneasy friendship in order to reach their ultimate summit. A daring rescue just earned flamboyant Derrick Williams (Jason George, Sunset Beach) the climb of a lifetime, but his dream comes with an unwanted partner. "Safety man" Michael Harris (Ned Vaughn, The Beach Boys) doesn.t hot dog, doesn't blaze trails and rarely takes life to the edge.

Training takes a back seat to their fire-and-ice relationship. But no amount of training can prepare this turbulent team for the harsh reality of the Chilean Andes. The Climb escalates into a test of wills, character and sacrifice that pushes both men beyond limits.

Features compelling performances by Dabney Coleman (Stuart Little), Clifton Davis (Any Given Sunday), Todd Bridges (Diff'rent Strokes), and newcomer Kyli Santiago.

Shot in the spectacular Wasatch Mountains, the stunning visuals, rich orchestral soundtrack and stellar cast propel this independent movie into an unforgettable adventure experience.
DVD, 101 min. — Item #346

Clive and Ian's Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge #1

Kids have BIG questions! Clive & Ian have blimp-sized answers! What's in the Bible? newsman Buck Denver wants to introduce you to two of his best friends - Clive and Ian. Join them as they sail through the skies and answer 6 really big questions about God!

New from VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer, Clive & Ian's Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge takes some of the biggest questions we have about God and answers them in a way that's fun and easy for the whole family to understand.

Questions include:
* Who created the universe?
* Is God as powerful as a superhero?
* How old is God?
* Does God love me when I do bad things?
* What should I do when I am afraid?
* Can I count on God?
DVD, appx. 41 min. — Item #2081

Clive and Ian's Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge #2

Kids have BIG questions! Clive & Ian have blimp-sized answers! What's in the Bible? newsman Buck Denver wants to introduce you to two of his best friends - Clive and Ian. Join them as they sail through the skies and answer 7 really big questions about God!

New from VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer, Clive & Ian's Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge takes some of the biggest questions we have about God and answers them in a way that's fun and easy for the whole family to understand.

Questions include:
* Does God know what will happen in my future?
* Does God tell the truth?
* How do we show respect to God through prayer?
* How do we show respect to God through praise?
* How do we show respect to God by listening?
* How do we show respect to God with our words?
* How do we show respect to God through our actions?
DVD, appx. 41 min. — Item #2082

Cloning, Stem Cells, and the Value of Life

Riddle, Mike

In this compelling "hot topics" DVD, popular speaker Mike Riddle examines the biblical and scientific perspectives on the issue of stem cell research. Human stem cells can be used to treat diseases. But are embryonic stem cells as effective as adult stem cells? What is the latest research on the topic? What should a Christian believe?

While addressing the ethical issues surrounding embryonic and adult stem cell research, Riddle deflates the myths and false reports given by the media. The value of human life is inescapable in his hard-hitting conclusion.
DVD, 54 min. — Item #401


COLLISION pits leading atheist, political journalist and author Christopher Hitchens (God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything) against fellow author and evangelical theologian Pastor Douglas Wilson on a debate tour arguing the topic "Is Christianity Good For The World?". Lives and worldviews collide as Hitchens and Wilson wittily and passionately argue the timeless question, proving to be perfectly matched intellectual, philosophical, and cinematic rivals.
DVD — Item #436

Come What May

When does life really begin? If college student Caleb Hogan argues what he truly believes, he stands to lose the most important competition of his life -- and the support of his mother. If he softens his stance, he might win the coveted title... but lose the heart of his teammate Rachel in the process.

While his mother prepares for her high-profile abortion case before the Supreme Court, Caleb discovers the strength of the pro-life argument in preparation for the National Moot Court Championship. In life-and-death legal cases, can there truly be a winner?

Come What May is a vivid reminder that choosing what's right is never easy... but it's always worth the cost.
DVD, 93 min. — Item #293

Count Zinzendorf

Once in a while someone comes along who has a profound effect on the course of future history. Count Zinzendorf was one of those remarkable people. Born into nobility in 1700, he put aside a life of wealth, politics and privilege to follow God's call. He established a refugee settlement for persecuted Christians.

This remarkable community experienced a powerful outpouring of the Holy Spirit which led them to a passionate concern for worldwide missions. Under Zinzendorf's leadership they set the stage for the modern missionary movement as we know it today.

The Four Programs:

1. Prophet of the Heart

Follows the young Count during the early years and when he first allowed religious refugees from neighboring Moravia and Bohemia to settle on his lands, leading up to the Moravian Renewal of 1727.

2. Count Without Borders

Profiles their pioneering mission movement that sent missionaries to lands as far apart as Greenland and South Africa. These were the missionaries that would inspire later leaders such as William Carey.

3. New Heart, New World

The Controversial Count turns his attention to the American Colonies, and especially to the native Americans. The Count himself visits America with much fanfare in 1742 and attempts to organize an ecumenical movement.

4. The Pilgrim Comes Home

Controversy erupts in Germany, and Zinzendorf's movement experiences a period of self-correction. Theologians, historians, and modern Moravians from around the world reflect on the impact of Zinzendorf's life and thought.
DVD, Four 25-min. segments — Item #218


As law enforcement officers, Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, and their partners are confident and focused. They willingly stand up to the worst the world can offer. Yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle: fatherhood.

While they consistently give their best on the job, good enough seems to be all they can muster as dads. But they're quickly discovering that their standard is missing the mark.

They know that God desires to turn the hearts of fathers to their children, but their children are beginning to drift further and further away from them. Will they be able to find a way to serve and protect those that are most dear to them?

When tragedy hits home, these men are left wrestling with their hopes, their fears, their faith, and their fathering. Can a newfound urgency help these dads draw closer to God ... and to their children?

Special Features:

* The Making Of Courageous
* Commentary By The Kendrick Brothers
* Deleted Scenes
* Outrageous: Outtakes & Bloopers
* Courageous In 60 Seconds
* Heart Of Courageous
* The Story Of My Father

Exclusive Collector's Edition Features:

* Casting Crowns "Courageous" Music Video
* A Church of Prayer
* The Importance of Fathers
* Role of a Lifetime: Rev. Daniel Simmons
* Mark Willard: Ministering Through Music
* Erin Bethea: Serving Behind the Scenes
* Sherwood Pictures Retrospective
* Sherwood Volunteers
* Plus, Ministry & Resource Videos to Guide Your Next Steps!
DVD, appx. 129 min. — Item #1297

Created Cosmos

Our universe is truly an amazing thing. The vastness of space boggles the mind, and the beauty and diversity we find there demands a Creator.

The Psalmist wrote, "When I consider Your Heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars, which You have ordained, what is man that You are mindful of him, and the Son of man that You visit him?"

Take a tour through the universe in this new updated version of the Created Cosmos - the popular planetarium show from the Creation Museum. This special edition has brand new special effects with more vivid colors. The drastically improved graphics make the Created Cosmos Special Edition look like a completely new program. Bonus features include a new full-length running commentary by Created Cosmos author Dr. Jason Lisle, and the Special Edition Featurette which compares the new graphics with those from the original release.
DVD, 23 min. — Item #2143

Creation Astronomy: Viewing the Universe Through Biblical Glasses

Lisle, Dr. Jason

Genesis teaches that God created the entire universe supernaturally, only thousands of years ago. Yet, most people are convinced that the universe started in a "big bang" billions of years in the past. In this illustrated lecture, Ph D. astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle shows viewers that when the evidence of nature is understood properly, it lines up perfectly with the clear teachings of Scripture. The heavens declare the glory of God!
DVD, 36 min. — Item #147

Creation Proclaims: Climbers and Creepers (Volume 1)

Discover how creation proclaims the character, majesty, power, and glory of our Creator God

This film about God's creatures continues in the tradition of the "Incredible Creatures" series. It's great for the entire family! Join Dr. Jobe Martin and Dan "The Animal Man" Breeding on a wild animal adventure. You'll come face-to-face with some of the world's most fascinating creatures-ferocious, mysterious, and at times hilarious.

In each creature feature, you'll learn how God is reaching out to mankind by making Himself known in unmistakable ways through:

* Gibbons - The World's Greatest Acrobat
* Baboon - The World's Largest Monkey
* Aye-Aye - Madagascar's Midnight Hunters
* Hissing Cockroaches - Giants of the Insect World
* Nudibrach - God's Rainbow of the Sea
* New Zealand's Wonder Weta

So grab your camera, pull on your hat and boots, and get ready to encounter God through the wild wonders of His creation. You will be inspired by the biblical insights and invigorated by the adventure!
DVD, appx. 50 min. — Item #1407

Creation Proclaims: Flight and Spike (Volume 2)

Discover how creation proclaims the character, majesty, power, and glory of our Creator God

Dr. Jobe Martin and Dan "The Animal Man" Breeding take you on a spectacular journey from deep inside the earth, to jungles and deserts, to the farthest reaches of space. Get ready to encounter God through the wild wonders!

In each feature you'll learn how God is reaching out to mankind in unmistakable ways by making Himself known through:

* Owls - The Silent Raptor
* Bats - The Mysterious Flying Mammal
* Dinosaurs - The Kingly Beast
* The African Crested Porcupine
* Horned Toad Lizards - The Desert's Thorny Reptile
* Naica Crystals - Mexico's Crystal Palace
* Earth - Created for Life

So grab your night vision goggles and telescope, and get ready to encounter God through the wild wonders of His creation. You'll be inspired through biblical insights and invigorated by the adventure!
DVD, appx. 80 min. — Item #1408

Creation Proclaims: Silent Hunters (Volume 3)

Join Dr. Jobe Martin and Dan "The Animal Man" on a wild animal adventure. You'll come face-to-face with some of the worlds most fascinating creatures-they are ferocious, mysterious, and at times hilarious.

In each feature you'll learn how God is reaching out to mankind in unmistakable ways by making Himself known through:

* Alligators
* Archerfish
* Boa Constrictors and Pythos
* Mountain Lions
* Rattlesnakes

Extra Features:

* "Silent Christians" by Mike Riddle
* "Molecular Biology in Creation" by Nathaniel Jeanson, Ph.D.
* "Apologetics for Creation" by Dr. Jobe Martin and Dan Breeding

So grab your camera, pull on your hat and boots, and get ready to encounter God through the wild wonders of His creation. You'll be inspired through biblical insights and invigorated by the adventure!
DVD — Item #1409

Creation: Science Confirms the Bible is True

Lisle, Dr. Jason

In 1859, Charles Darwin published his infamous work On the Origin of Species. More than any other, this single work changed the way the world viewed the origin of life, and relied heavily on natural selection and mutation to support its claim.

In this new DVD, astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle (Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder) systematically dismantles Darwin's claims and shows that the very things Darwin used to propagate his ideas actually undermine them! Dr. Lisle also refutes the dating methods most commonly used to support the evolutionary timeline (billions of years).

This DVD clearly shows that God's Word is the final authority in all matters on which it touches.
DVD, 43 min. — Item #158


Richard Harris and Sir Alec Guinness star in this sweeping, handsomely-mounted epic drama recounting the battle which raged between the monarchy and a commoner over the very soul of Great Britain. In 17th-century England, the Puritan squire Oliver Cromwell dares to challenge the political and religious oppression and corruption which besieged his nation. Watching his power being usurped by a commoner, King Charles I springs to challenge his adversary. One man will become absolute ruler; the other will be executed. Rousing battle sequences, excellent lead and supporting performances from Robert Morley, Dorothy Tutin and Timothy Dalton make CROMWELL an outstanding historical drama.
DVD, appx. 140 min. — Item #1389

The Cross and the Switchblade

Although the original events depicted in this classic from the drug infested, gang dominated streets happened over thirty years ago, the life-changing solution that David Wilkerson brought to desperate lives was just beginning. The beat goes on. The change in the life of notorious gang leader Nicky Cruz, as shown in the film, proved to be wonderfully lasting and real. Nicky continues today to reach young people around the world with the same life-changing message of the gospel of Jesus Christ that delivered him from violence and despair. And what about the skinny preacher, David Wilkerson, who braved the meanest streets of New York to tell desperate and drug crazed youth that there was a better way? Now, three decades later, he is still at it with a ministry based in Times Square that is still changing lives and offering genuine hope to countless souls who had given up on life.

Now in over 25 languages, THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE, starring Pat Boone and Eric Estrada, is one of those rare films that has shown its unique power to connect with the deepest hopes and fears of youth around the world. It remains today one of the most compelling stories of love, grace and the truth that no one is ever so far gone that they cannot find the way out.
DVD, 105 min. — Item #430

A Cry From Iran: The Untold Story of Iranian Christian Martyrs

Iran, 1993. A judge issues an official death sentence to Mehdi Dibaj, a man already imprisoned for 10 years. A copy of the official execution order is leaked to Haik Hovsepian, the leader of Evangelical Christians in Iran. Haik, at peril to his own life, releases the document and launches an international campaign to bring an end to the civil rights violations of the Iranian Islamic courts. International pressure mounts, and the Iranian government is forced to release Dibaj at the eleventh hour. But, there is a price to pay...

A CRY FROM IRAN is an award-winning, expertly documented true story made by Martyr Haik's own sons that includes hidden camera footage filmed in Iran during the actual events. It has inspired viewers from all backgrounds.

"Had the book of Hebrews been written in our time, he would have been mentioned in there." -- Dr. Ravi Zacharias

"He is definitely one of our modern-day heroes of the faith." -- Dr. Carl Moeller
DVD, 54 min. — Item #241

D is for Dinosaur

Ken and Mally Ham's popular children's book has become one of our classic videos! Your children will learn the true history of the dinosaurs and the world. Dino, a dinosaur, and Casie Nelson take you on an entertaining, instructive and colorful journey through Creation, the Fall, the Flood, the Ice Age, salvation and the coming Judgment.

In addition to proclaiming truths from the Book of Genesis, Answers in Genesis is revealing that a false view of origins (evolution) is at the foundation of many social ills plaguing our society. Answers in Genesis declares that the Book of Genesis not only provides solutions to these problems, but is also foundational to all Christian doctrine.
DVD — Item #18

Dangerous Journey

A Victorious Journey of Faith and Pilgrimage.

Written while in prison by John Bunyan in 1676, The Pilgrim's Progress has for centuries captured the hearts of children and adults alike. The abiding message of The Pilgrim's Progress is so compelling that the book is said to be history's all-time best seller next to the Bible.

Every child should be introduced to John Bunyan's classic. Especially suitable for children ages six and older, these programs are a faithful adaptation of the original book, using beautiful illustrations with a compelling dramatic sound track.

Dangerous Journey will introduce children to the basic themes of the Christian life and pilgrimage, depicting the challenges of a life committed to Jesus Christ. The colorful characters and gripping situations make a vital and lasting impression.

A comprehensive utilization guide in PDF format is included.
DVD, Nine 15-min. programs / 135 min. total — Item #31
DVD, Nine 15-min. programs / 135 min. total — Item #236


Animated Stories From the Bible

Daniel and three of his friends (Shadrach (Hananiah), Meshach (Mishael), and Abednego (Azariah)) were taken as Jewish exiles to Babylon to serve King Nebuchadnezzar. Carefully evaluated and selected for their intellect and beauty, the four youths were trained as Chaldeans (astrologers, sorcerers, enchanters, and magicians) who would serve as advisors to the Babylonian court. While in captivity, the young men outperformed all their rivals, which in turn, pleased the king but frustrated their adversaries.

When Darius, the new king, makes Daniel his first president, Daniel's enemies plan a trap to have him killed. When Daniel survives being thrown into the lions' den, he proves that God still governs the affairs of men.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #5

Darwin's Dilemma

"The fossil record had caused Darwin more grief than joy. Nothing distressed him more than the Cambrian explosion." - Stephen Jay Gould, Paleontologist

The Cambrian explosion was one of the most spectacular events in the history of life. In a short window of geological time an abundance of new animals -- and new animal body designs -- arose fully formed without evidence of any evolutionary ancestors.

Charles Darwin viewed this as an inexplicable mystery. He had envisioned the evolution of life through a multitude of small, undirected steps. Yet, the fossil record reveals no such pattern of gradual development. Instead, early in the Cambrian period, compound eyes, articulated limbs, sophisticated sensory organs and skeletons burst into existence seemingly out of nowhere.

DARWIN'S DILEMMA explores the Cambrian explosion and the scientific controversy that still surrounds it. Where are the missing transitional forms that Darwin's theory requires? Can any undirected evolutionary process explain the origin of animals?

Filmed on four continents, this fascinating documentary examines some of the most important fossil discoveries ever made and with them, a mystery deeper than Darwin ever imagined. For the Cambrian explosion of life was actually an explosion of biological information - assembly instructions in DNA and embryonic blueprints that directed the development of the first complex animals. Information that points unmistakably to foresight, purpose and intelligent design.
DVD, 72 min. — Item #358

Darwinism on Trial

Johnson, Phillip E.

DARWINISM ON TRIAL is arguably the best concise overview on video of the philosophical and scientific fallacies of Darwinism. The program is invaluable for those who desire a greater understanding of the most important issues in the origins debate.

In this public lecture at the University of California, Irvine, Professor Phillip E. Johnson explains how ambiguous terminology, faulty assumptions, and questionable rules of reasoning have transformed a theory which explains minor evolutionary change into a dogmatic naturalistic religion.

Major topics include:

* Darwinism as a New Religion
* Assumptions and Terminology
* Darwinism and the Blind Watchmaker Hypothesis
* Logical and Empirical Problems in Darwinian Theory
* Rules of Reasoning in Modern Science

The program ends with a lively question and answer period.
DVD, 2 hrs. — Item #33

Darwinism: Science or Naturalistic Philosophy?

William Provine, Professor of Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University, cites numerous lines of evidence supporting neo-Darwinian theory and argues that microevolutionary processes can be extrapolated to account for the origin of all biological diversity and complexity. He concludes that modern evolutionary theory is incompatible with belief in God and deduces that there are no absolute moral and ethical laws, that free will does not exist, and that human character is formed by a combination of heredity and environment - because "that is all there is". Provine explicitly articulates the naturalistic philosophical implications of Darwinian evolution that many other evolutionary scientists are only willing to imply.

Phillip Johnson, Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, agrees with Provine that modern neo-Darwinian theory is fundamentally athiestic. He argues, however, that this is not because Darwinian science has discovered how plants, animals, and human beings can come into existence without a creator. It is because Darwinists assume at the start that nature is all there is, and that purposeless material forces like mutation and selection therefore had to be capable of doing all the work of biological creation. Johnson acknowledges that as a theory of limited variation within pre-existing types, neo-Darwinism is scientific. However, as a general theory of how the complex types of plants and animals were created, he argues that it is a philosophical dogma that is inconsistent with the evidence.

In this debate before students and professors at Stanford University, two eminent professors come to grips with the most important of all questions: Do we owe our existence to a creator? Can the blind watchmaker of natural selection take the place of God? Vigorous arguments and a lively question and answer period illuminate the contemporary debate between naturalistic and theistic ways of understanding our existence.
DVD, appx. 2 hrs. — Item #28

Davey and Goliath Volume 4: Helping Each Other

Just the sight of this animated boy and his dog will conjure up fond memories of childhood for many parents today. Now available in crisp DVD quality, these stories contain the same simple values and biblical truths they conveyed to children when they were first produced by Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell over thirty-five years ago. The young at heart will want to revisit great stories with their children today. Children of all ages will relish in the viewing of this classic reborn.

This DVD includes six 15-minute episodes:
* A Diller A Dollar
* Boy In Trouble
* Who Me?
* Who's George?
* Rags and Buttons
* The Dog Show

and a 30-minute special:
* New Year Promise
DVD, appx. 120 min. (six 15-min. episodes, one 30-min. special) — Item #356

Davey and Goliath: Lost In a Cave and Other Adventures

Just the sight of this animated boy and his dog will conjure up fond memories of childhood for many parents today. Now available in crisp DVD quality, these stories contain the same simple values and biblical truths they conveyed to children when they ere first produced by Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell over thirty-five years ago. The young at heart will want to revisit great stories with their children today. Children of all ages will relish in the viewing of this classic reborn.

The four 15-minute episodes are:
* Lost In a Cave
* The Wild Goat
* Stranded on an Island
* The Winner
DVD, Four 15-min. episodes — Item #268

Davey and Goliath: The Kite and Other Adventures

Just the sight of this animated boy and his dog will conjure up fond memories of childhood for many parents today. Now available in crisp DVD quality, these stories contain the same simple values and biblical truths they conveyed to children when they ere first produced by Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell over thirty-five years ago. The young at heart will want to revisit great stories with their children today. Children of all ages will relish in the viewing of this classic reborn.

The four 15-minute episodes are:
* The Kite
* All Alone
* On the Line
* The Pilgrim Boy
DVD, Four 15-min. episodes — Item #252

Davey and Goliath: The New Skates and Other Adventures

Just the sight of this animated boy and his dog will conjure up fond memories of childhood for many parents today. Now available in crisp DVD quality, these stories contain the same simple values and biblical truths they conveyed to children when they ere first produced by Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell over thirty-five years ago. The young at heart will want to revisit great stories with their children today. Children of all ages will relish in the viewing of this classic reborn.

The four 15-minute episodes are:
* The New Skates
* The Time Machine
* Cousin Barney
* The Mechanical Man
DVD, Four 15-min. episodes — Item #251

Davey and Goliath: The Silver Mine and Other Adventures

Just the sight of this animated boy and his dog will conjure up fond memories of childhood for many parents today. Now available in crisp DVD quality, these stories contain the same simple values and biblical truths they conveyed to children when they ere first produced by Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell over thirty-five years ago. The young at heart will want to revisit great stories with their children today. Children of all ages will relish in the viewing of this classic reborn.

The four 15-minute episodes are:
* The Silver Mine
* Sudden Storm
* Boy Lost
* The Bell Ringer
DVD, Four 15-min. episodes — Item #253

David and Goliath

Animated Stories From the Bible

Relive the famous Old Testament story of David and Goliath Bible story!

David, the youngest of the eight sons of Jesse, delivered food one day to his brothers on the battlefield. When David heard Goliath the Philistine defying Israel and blaspheming God, he burned with anger. The youth went before King Saul and offered to fight the giant, who stood six cubits and a span (or 9'6").

After David recounted stories about defeating a lion and a bear with his bare hands, King Saul finally agreed to allow him to fight. However, David rejected the king's offer of armor and sword and instead went out to fight the giant Goliath with a staff and five smooth stones from a nearby stream.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #13

Decisions, Decisions

Friel, Todd

"Dear God. What is your will for my life? I want to be in alignment with your will, so please show me what I should do for a living."

This has been the earnest prayer of countless Christians. Does God answer this prayer, or does He reveal what you are supposed to do in other ways?

Todd Friel, host of WretchedRadio, will provide you the tools to make small and big decisions so you will KNOW that you are in God's will.

No more regrets over bad decisions. No more wondering if you are reading signs from God right. Just simple, Biblical principles that will help you make a decision and sleep like a baby at night...regardless of how well it turns out.
DVD — Item #1853

Defeating the Myth-Storians: Refuting Common Attacks on the Person of Christ

McDurmon, Joel

In this three-part video series, Joel McDurmon takes you back to the first-century church to give you an understanding of the attacks on the gospel from the prevaling pagan mystery religions of the day. Joel presents the life and writings of the apostles, the early church fathers, and other compelling evidences, in defending the person of Christ and dismantling both old and new myths and their myth-storians.

Part 1: The Myth-storians in Action

Part 2: Bible History: Fact or Fiction?

Part 3: Man to Man: Defending the Faith Against Mere Myths

Also comes with a PDF Course Outline Study Guide
DVD, 107 min. — Item #248

Defending Your Faith

Sproul, R.C.

In DEFENDING YOUR FAITH, Dr. Sproul surveys the history of apologetics and demonstrates that reason and science are your allies in defending the existence of God and the historical truth claims of Jesus Christ. He affirms four logical premises that are necessary for all reasonable discourse, and teaches you how to defend your faith in a faithless world. Furthermore, he points out that there are many levels on which to defend your faith, and shows how apologetics brings comfort and confidence to Christians of all ages.

This series is designed for individual study, senior high school classes, homeschoolers, small study groups, and adult Sunday school classes.
DVD, 12 lectures on 2 DVDs — Item #2071

Dinosaurs, Genesis and the Gospel

Join Ken Ham and Buddy Davis for this fun video, shot live before hundreds of smiling children! It's "edu-tainment" packed with laughter, music and great biblical teaching.

Kids learn that God created animals, including dinosaurs, on Day 6 of creation week. But did these "terrible lizards" actually roam the earth with Adam? Did T.Rex dine on fruits and vegetables? Could dinosaurs have actually fit on the Ark? Ken and Buddy (and Casey the dog!) answer these questions and more.
DVD, 2 DVDs, 30 min. each — Item #26

Distant Starlight: Not a Problem for a Young Universe

Lisle, Dr. Jason

The vast universe is an amazing reminder of the awesome power of God! Beyond human comprehension, the universe contains over 100 billion galaxies, each with millions to trillions of stars. Some are so incredibly far away that it has supposedly taken billions of years for their light to reach Earth. Yet, the Bible indicates that the universe is only thousands of years old. How does light from distant galaxies reach Earth within the biblical timescale?

In this illustrated presentation, astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle discusses the nature of the "distant starlight problem" and some of the strengths and weaknesses of various proposed solutions. He also shows why light travel-time arguments (such as "distant starlight") cannot logically be used to support the big bang.
DVD, 47 min. — Item #155

Do You Believe

DO YOU BELIEVE? tells the story of diverse lives that intersect on the streets of Chicago - rich lives, poor lives, and desperate lives. A dozen different souls-all moving in different directions, all longing for something more. As their lives unexpectedly intersect, they each discover the power in the Cross of Christ ... even if they don't believe in it. When a local pastor is shaken to the core by the visible faith of an old street-corner preacher, he is reminded that authentic belief always requires action. His response ignites a faith-fueled journey that powerfully impacts everyone and touches their lives in ways that only God could orchestrate. More than a movie, it is the question we all must answer (and confront) in our lives: DO YOU BELIEVE?
DVD, 120 min. — Item #2183

Dr. David Livingstone: Missionary Explorer To Africa

In the early part of the nineteenth century, Africa was called the dark continent. One man's passion for Christ would change that view.

Dr. David Livingstone took the Gospel to Africa in word and deed. As a medical doctor he treated the sick, earning him the necessary trust and respect to teach the love of Christ which many Africans freely embraced. Then Livingstone turned his attention to exploration, seeing this work as much a spiritual calling as traditional missionary work. Facing danger and sickness he forged routes deep into the African interior, sparking the imagination of many who would follow.

Hailed as one of the greatest European explorers of all time, Livingstone's commitment and eventual martyrdom helped bring an end to the slave trade and opened a continent to the Gospel.

Discover the story of David Livingstone and see how faith and sacrifice can change the world.
DVD, appx. 59 min. — Item #2179

Dragons, Dinosaurs, and the Bible

Hodge, Bodie

Are dinosaurs dragons? Did birds evolve from dinosaurs? How should Christians view these incredible creatures? What about all of those old dragon legends and petroglyphs (cave drawings and etching of creatures that look like dinosaurs)?

This dynamic DVD will excite viewers, regardless of their age level, to look at this topic from a biblical viewpoint. And, it will challenge non-Christians as to the evidence regarding dinosaurs and dragons. This DVD is a must for almost every age!
DVD, 59 min. — Item #1939

Drive By Parenting

Friel, Todd and Tripp, Dr. Tedd

Most parenting methods teach parents how to control a child's behavior. One visit to Chuck E. Cheese's should tell us that isn't working out. Why? While we might be able to modify behavior (at least while the child knows we are looking), modern methods do not address the foundational problem.

Behavior modification says: change the behavior and you change the child.

Biblical parenting says: change the heart and you change the behavior.

DRIVE BY PARENTING will help you get to the heart of the issue, which is the issue of the heart.

Join Todd Friel and best-selling author Dr. Tedd Tripp as they share 31 fifteen-minute lectures on shepherding a child's heart. This is not ten steps to training your three children so they behave five times better by six o'clock. Instead, it shares time-tested Biblical teaching on getting to the foundational reasons why your child (and you) behave the way they do.

No matter how good or bad your home presently is, there is hope that it can be better.

This is not a man made system. This is God's method for training up your child. And it works.


Todd Friel studied to be a pastor for four years but neglected to actually get saved. He abandoned church ministry plans and did secular TV, radio and stand-up comedy for 6 years. Gratefully, God saved Todd (from hell and stand-up comedy). Since then, Todd has combined his pastor training and media skills to host Wretched Radio and TV. Todd has one wife, three children and a dog.

Dr. Tedd Tripp is Pastor Emeritus of Grace Fellowship Church in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, where he served from 1980 until 2012. Tedd was married to his wife, Margy, in 1968; they are parents of three adult children and nine grandchildren. Tedd is the author of A Parent's Handbook for Shepherding a Child's Heart, Hints for Parents, and (with his wife, Margy) Instructing a Child's Heart.

Dr. Tripp is a graduate of Geneva College, B.A.; Philadelphia Theological Seminary, M. Div.; Westminster Theological Seminary, D. Min.
DVD, 31 lectures on 6 audio CDs and 1 MP3 CD — Item #1432

The Drop Box

One frigid winter, a pastor finds an abandoned infant on his church steps and builds a heated hatch to rescue any others. THE DROP BOX documentary tells the true story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect abandoned children. It is a story about the forgotten, the disabled, the discarded, and the man who gives everything to protect them.
DVD, 77 min. — Item #2005

Duggar Favorites (180, Genuis, Evolution vs. God)

Comfort, Ray

Have you ever felt a little hesitant to give "180", "GENIUS" or "EVOLUTION vs. GOD" to an unsaved friend, neighbor, or co-worker, in case they ask about its content? We sure have. So to put into practice the old truth that "a little bit of sugar helps the medicine go down", we have packaged all three movies in the sweetest of sugars -- the Duggar family.

With the popularity of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" and the Duggar family's eagerness to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ via these documentaries, we believe it is a perfect fit.

From pro-choice to pro-life - what changed their minds... in seconds?

The DVD combines historical footage with cutaways from numerous brief interviews in which Ray Comfort explains to modern young people what the Holocaust was. (Many had never heard Adolf Hitler or the Holocaust, or had been taught it didn't really happen!) Ray then briefly explains what sin is, and with just a question or two compares the Holocaust to the abortion movement in the USA. The rapid change of heart from "pro-choice" to "pro-life" among those interviewed is amazing!

Just before he was murdered, John Lennon told an interviewer that he didn't want to die at 40. Ironically the famous singer was gunned down at the age of 40 by a man who killed him just because he wanted to become famous.

GENIUS is a new and chilling movie based on the life and tragic murder of John Lennon. The producer of the Los Angeles-based film company, Ray Comfort, said, "It's chilling because it reveals what people will do for money. There are ordinary people out there who would kill you. All they need is the right amount of money and the belief that they won't get caught."


What do scientists from top universities say when they are asked to give the most compelling evidence they can for Darwinian Evolution? This special video download contains some of today's most explicit "proof" that evolutionism is a religious belief-and the evidence comes from interviews of several of Charles Darwin's leading modern disciples! An amazing look at modern-day atheism.
DVD — Item #1426

Dust or Destiny

Moody Science Classics

Fish that lay eggs on dry land. Birds that navigate for thousands of miles without a compass. Bats that swoop through total darkness without the slightest bump in the night.

In DUST OR DESTINY, you'll marvel at the some of the world's most astonishing natural wonders and learn how each of them gives fervent testimony to the fact that this planet was not formed from ordinary dust, but by the hands of a living God.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #196

The Eastern Bride

He was living in his own world... until he stepped into theirs.

Pete de Jaeger is a young globetrotting South African business consultant.

Pete de Jaeger is also unaware. He's unaware of the pressure fellow Christians are under in the Middle East. He's unaware of the deception in China and how they "appear" to be open to Christianity.

That is about to change.

While on a business trip in the Middle East, Pete ends up in the middle of a family crisis. He is quickly awakened to the fact that Christians in both countries face real-life persecution for following the Lord, something Pete has taken for granted... until now.

From the Producers of "Behind The Sun", this challenging and inspiring drama will open your eyes to the realities of life for Christians under pressure in the Middle East and China.
DVD, 67 min. — Item #240


Animated Stories From the Bible

"How long will you go back and forth between two opinions? If the Lord be God, follow Him! If Baal be god, then follow him and be done with it!" - The Prophet Elijah (1 Kings 18:21, NIV)

Elijah, whose name means "God is Lord," was an Old Testament prophet during the time of King Ahab. Elijah the prophet was commanded to tell the King and Queen of Israel that their land would experience a severe drought because they had encouraged the worship of Baal and killed the prophets of Yahweh.

Forced to flee for his life from Queen Jezebel and King Ahab after warning about the drought, Elijah was led by God to the home of a widow in Zarephath. This widow prepared her last meal and offered it to Elijah, despite the fact that she had a son to feed. However, because she trusted in the words of the prophet, her supply of flour and oil never diminished.

When challenged by the prophets of Baal, Elijah proved that they worshiped a false god. After dousing his altar with buckets of water, he asked God to accept his sacrifice. Result? Fire fell from the sky, igniting the drenched sacrifice! Those who witnessed the fire immediately began worshiping Elijah's God, the one, true God of Israel.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #10


Animated Stories From the Bible

Elisha was a young man who worked hard on his father's farm. When the prophet Elijah visited Elisha and told him that he would serve as the new prophet of Israel, Elisha, being obedient to God, left the farm to follow Elijah.

Elisha doubted that he would ever be able to take his teacher's place and thus asked for a double portion of Elijah's spirit, which he promised to his student if Elisha witnessed him being taken into heaven in a chariot of fire. After the fiery chariot took Elijah to heaven, his powerful covering fell upon his frightened protege, Elisha. Once the prophet Elisha re-crossed the Jordan River, he gained recognition from the prophets at Jericho as truly having "the spirit of the Lord."

And so begins his days as the next great Prophet of the Lord, performing miracles (including the healing of Naaman the leper) and spreading God's awesome love!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #4

An Empire Conquered: True Stories from the Early Church

AN EMPIRE CONQUERED is a moving docu-drama filmed on location in the "eternal city" of Rome. This film brings to life the intriguing days of early Rome, when the power of Pax Romana was unchallenged throughout the known Western World. In the three hundred years that followed the reign of the all-powerful Octavian Augustus who died in AD 14, Rome was torn apart by a controversial religion known as Christianity. Infiltrating even thee ranks of the imperial household and the powerful Roman senate, the followers of Christ, though cruelly persecuted and martyred for their beliefs, eventually won over the entire Roman Empire to their faith.

Through the centuries this era has continued to fascinate us. Why were the Christians so brutally persecuted by the Romans? How did the church survive when the cost of becoming a convert could mean death? And who were those early Christians who in spite of incredible pressure, remained unshakable in their beliefs?

This documentary tells of heroic early martyrs. It looks at five such Christians who lived in Rome during those turbulent years -- Augustus, Clement, Cecilia, Apollonius, and Agnes.

Narrated by the Emmy Award-winning actor, Joseph Campanella, the film also includes a number of dramatic live-action re-enactments.
DVD, 52 min. — Item #411

Encounter India

Imagine what you and your church can do to see India impacted for eternity by the good news of Jesus Christ. Are you ready to see what God can do through you? India is one of the most strategic countries in the world. Over a billion people live there. It is home to Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and Buddhists, among others. Imagine the effect on the world if the gospel swept across India, redeeming millions for Christ!

ENCOUNTER INDIA is a comprehensive resource which explores the vast array of peoples who live here - giving adults and children an impactful exposure to their cultures and religions. Discover how you can make a difference in the lives of unreached peoples.

This massive resource brings you:

* 13 videos (short and long) that you can use in multiple settings to introduce Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhists, and others to adults, along with printable small group discussion guides.
* 3 videos for children, along with printable lesson plans and activities.
* 5 PowerPoint prayer presentations for worship services or large groups.
* 3 prayer guides for small groups or individuals, printable from your computer.
* Background video for worship songs, offertory, or special music.
* Music video - the inspirational "Hallelujah to the Lamb."
* Still photo images and stock video footage for your own presentations.
* Resource links to further your ministry to India.

Help your church or organization encounter India - praying and planning with insight!
DVD — Item #425

End of the Spear

Worlds collide and tragedy strikes as a missionary group journeys to the heart of the South American Amazon jungle in search of the Waodani, a tribe of fierce warriors completely isolated from civilization. When five of the missionaries are killed by tribesmen, their families are left husbandless and fatherless. Despite their tremendous loss, and as a testament to their faith, the families decide to remain in Ecuador and live among the Waodani as originally planned. But the effects of that first encounter have yet to subside. A young boy, determined to unlock the secret of his father's death, must learn to accept a tragedy he cannot remember in this powerful tale of sacrifice, courage and redemption.
DVD, 111 min. — Item #59

Eric Liddell: Champion of Conviction

He lived for the glory of God as an Olympic athlete, a husband and father, a missionary to China, and even as a prisoner in an internment camp.

This fascinating documentary presents the details of Eric's life, who was perhaps best known as an athlete in the 1924 Olympics, as depicted in the Academy Award-winning film, "Chariots of Fire." His story is told by David McCasland, author of Eric Liddell: Pure Gold , Eric's daughter Patricia, and Rev. John Keddie, consultant on "Chariots of Fire," along with fellow prisoners form the internment camp in China.

Growing up, Eric was a gifted athlete, excelling in rugby and later in track. He entered the 1924 Olympics in Paris and was favored to win the 100-meter race. But when he learned that he would have to race on Sunday, he refused. Instead, he competed in other races and still brought home gold for Scotland.

Now a national hero, Eric announced his intentions to go to China as a missionary. There he taught Chemistry and oversaw the school's sports programs, sharing his faith at sporting events. He later married, then left teaching to become an evangelist By 1941, China was becoming more unstable and Japan was increasing its control. Concerned for his family's safety, he sent them off to Canada while he remained in China. It wasn't long until the Japanese began moving people into internment camps. There, Eric became friend and mentor to 300 children, many of whom were separated from their missionary parents. Fellow prisoners observed as he rose early each day to read and pray. He continued living out his faith in the camp and was admired and respected by all. In 1944, however, he began showing signs of a possible brain tumor and died the following year.

Eric Liddell was a humble man with a simple and personal faith whose life's purpose was to glorify God. His life and legacy continue to impact people's lives around the world.
DVD, 60 min. — Item #238


Animated Stories From the Bible

Would you risk your life to save the lives of your countrymen? This was the dilemma confronting the young Queen Esther, one of the Bible's most courageous women.

The book of Esther is an epic adventure about a young Jewish orphan who rises from peasant to Queen of Persia, only to face the annihilation of her people. She appears in the Bible as a woman of deep faith, courage and patriotism, ultimately willing to risk her life for her adoptive father, Mordecai, and for the Jewish people.

Learn about the excitement, danger, and intrigue of life in the royal palace, as ancient Persia comes alive in this dramatic and inspiring Old Testament story!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #15

Ethiopia & South Sudan: Father, Give Me Bread (Dispatches from the Front #5)

Journey to the Horn of Africa and witness the rapid advance of Christ.s Kingdom in a region torn by war, shadowed by famine, and dominated by Islam. FATHER, GIVE ME BREAD goes deep into Ethiopia.s Great Rift Valley and up the White Nile to South Sudan.

Hear the stories and see the faces of people changed from the inside out by grace. Meet orphans once left for dead now rescued by Calvary Love. Experience the joy as believers receive the Bible in their language for the first time. See the power of Jesus to save Muslim people, turning persecutors into preachers of the faith they once tried to destroy! Dispatches from the Front opens another window to Gospel work in the world and showcases the stunning mercy of the Friend of Sinners.
DVD, appx. 63 min. — Item #1877

Evolution and Logical Fallacies

Lisle, Dr. Jason

In this informative presentation, videoed before hundreds at AiG's Creation College 3, Dr. Jason Lisle gives viewers a fast-paced course on logic. In addition to reviewing numerous logical fallacies, Dr. Lisle gives examples of how evolutionists often use fallacious arguments in arguing for their position. Learning to recognize these fallacies provides a whole new opportunity for defending the Christian faith and arguing for the truth of creation.
DVD, 54 min. — Item #432


Big science has expelled smart new ideas from the classroom... What they forgot is that every generation has its Rebel! That rebel, Ben Stein travels the world on his quest, and learns an awe-inspiring truth... that educators and scientists are being ridiculed, denied tenure and even fired - for the crime of merely believing that there might be evidence of "design" in nature, and that perhaps life is not just the result of accidental, random chance.

In the film Ben says "Enough" - And NOBODY messes with Ben!

DVD Bonus Features:
* Expelled Super Trailer
* Message from Ben Stein
* A Special Segment on Using Intelligent Design for Medical Research
* 3 Bonus Music Tracks
DVD, 95 min. — Item #276

Experience with an Eel

Moody Science Classics

The electric eel lives in the fresh waters on the Amazon basin. It can give a discharge capable of killing a horse. This eel can locate fish by means of "radar," then captures its prey by knocking it out with a violent shock of electricity.

In EXPERIENCE WITH AN EEL, Dr Irwin Moon and his lab assistants demonstrate the eel's electrical shocking power. The study of the electric eel helps to answer many questions concerning the relationship of science and the Word of God.
DVD, 24 min. — Item #200

Extreme Caving (Buddy Davis' Amazing Adventures)

Davis, Buddy

Join Buddy Davis in this 3rd episode of the "Amazing Adventures" DVD series as he explores an amazing world found beneath the earth. In this new show, Extreme Caving you will enjoy the hidden treasures of nature as Buddy climbs, crawls and squeezes through several miles of subterranean passages, revealing clear evidence of Noah's flood.

You'll also find out more about bats, blind cave fish, cavemen and how caves formed when Buddy talks with several leading scientists. Sure to be a thrilling adventure as you too experience the feeling of being several hundred feet underground. Includes free wall poster. DVD includes free music video and other bonus elements.
DVD, 58 min. — Item #1412

Facing the Giants

After six consecutive losing seasons, high school football coach Grant Taylor believes things can't get any worse. He's wrong. With fear and failure defeating him in football and in life, the downtrodden coach and husband turns to God in desperation. Trusting that God can somehow do the impossible, Coach Taylor and his Shiloh Christian Eagles soon discover how faith plays out on the field.
DVD, 112 min. — Item #52
DVD, 112 min. — Item #53

Facts of Faith

Moody Science Classics

Would you believe that heat isn't hot? Steel can float in mid-air? And even the most solid substances aren't really solid at all?

In this video you'll watch one million volts of electricity blaze through a man's body. And witness a whole series of sophisticated scientific experiments all designed to demonstrate some powerful spiritual truths, such as, what faith is and how you can have it.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #190

Faith Like Potatoes

Based on the inspiring true story by Angus Buchan the book was adapted for the big screen by award winning actor and director Regardt van den Bergh and weaves together the moving journey of a man who, like his potatoes, grows his faith, unseen until the harvest.

Angus Buchan, a Zambian farmer, leaves his farm in the midst of political unrest and racially charged land reclaims and travels south with his family, which struggles to start a better life.

After suffering a series of seemingly insurmountable losses, Angus forges an unlikely friendship with his Zulu farmhand and discovers that the key to healing himself and learning to accept others lies in his unwavering belief in the power of faith.

Bonus feature: "God's Farmer", a gripping, 54-minute documentary on the real life of Angus Buchan.
DVD, appx. 115 min. — Item #325

Faith Under Fire

This program brings to life interviews with Christians who face persecution head-on. You will meet Zahid, once a persecutor of Christians until God gave him a "road to Damascus" experience and allowed his faith to grow under persecution in his Muslim homeland. You will visit China and learn of the events leading up to the "strike-hard" policy that Christians now face. And you will gain insight from the plight of Linh Dao, a Vietnamese teenager dealing with the arrest and imprisonment of her father for his work in the underground church.

FAITH UNDER FIRE will challenge you and force you to ask the question, "Is my faith ready to hold up under fire?" Don't miss this chance to be challenged and inspired by stories from the other part of the Body of Christ.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #350

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Menton, Dr. David

"The question is not when does life begin, but when does a person begin?" Dr. David Menton explains from anatomical science and biology the truth of Psalm 139:13-16, which says that God weaves us together in the womb. This illustrated lecture also reveals the amazing and intricate design of the womb and the processes of fertilization, implantation, embryonic development and birth itself. Dr. Menton shows that each of these is a series of miracles (irreducible complexities) that cannot be explained by chance and random processes. Even more important, as Dr. Menton explains with grace and sensitivity in the wrap-up of the video, is the second "birth" process of salvation explained in John 3.
DVD, 63 min. — Item #19

Financial Peace University, Disc 1 (Super Saving)

Ramsey, Dave


We're not a nation of savers. The typical American could not even cover a $5,000 emergency without having to borrow money. And big purchases? Nothing a swipe of the plastic can't take care of, right?

In SUPER SAVING, Dave blasts through the hype and reveals the reasons why you should save money, how to be prepared for emergencies, and how to build genuine wealth - without luck or the lottery! More than that, Dave will truly get you excited about saving. Impossible? Not when you start Super Saving!
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1840

Financial Peace University, Disc 2 (Relating with Money)

Ramsey, Dave


How we handle our money impacts every part of our lives. It is a huge factor in marriage, a tremendous responsibility in parenting and a potential landmine for singles.

In RELATING WITH MONEY, Dave and Rachel show couples how to work together as a team, give singles some practical tips for financial accountability, and help parents teach their children about money from a young age. You'll discover that money is rarely just about money. It is about so much more!
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1841

Financial Peace University, Disc 3 (Cash Flow Planning)

Ramsey, Dave


Oh no! The dreaded B-word: budget! Many people are scared to death of the very idea of a budget. It drums up images of living on bread and water and a dull, dreary, no-frills way of life. That's not what we're talking about!

The truth is, the budget is your key to success! Like Dave says, money makes a fantastic servant, but it is a horrible master. And if you don't tell your money where to go and what to do, it will definitely master you the rest of your life. In CASH FLOW PLANNING, you'll learn how to make your money work for you and how to put together a household budget that really works!
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1842

Financial Peace University, Disc 4 (Dumping Debt)

Ramsey, Dave


Debt is most successfully, aggressively marketed product in history. What? Debt isn't a product, is it? You bet it is. And it isn't just sold by banks and credit card companies anymore. Many national retail chains make more money on the sale of credit applications than they do on the actual merchandise they sell.

In DUMPING DEBT, Dave blows the lid off the credit game, debunking the leading myths about debt that have become ingrained in our natural way of thinking. Then he walks you right out of debt with his simple, clear and effective debt snowball technique.
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1843

Financial Peace University, Disc 5 (Buyer Beware)

Ramsey, Dave


Can you recite, from memory, the advertising slogans of at least 10 companies? Have you ever experienced "buyer's remorse"? America is the most marketed-to country on Earth. Thousands of companies are clamoring for our money - and we usually run to hand it to them!

In BUYER BEWARE, Dave draws on years of selling and marketing experience to show you exactly how all of these businesses get their message deep into your subconscious. Then, once you understand the game, Dave and Jon will show you how to finally gain power over your purchases and get the best deal when you're ready to buy.
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1844

Financial Peace University, Disc 6 (The Role of Insurance)

Ramsey, Dave


Insurance? Yikes! This is a topic that few people really enjoy, and yet it is an area that impacts your finances more than you could possibly imagine! Can you explain how your life insurance works? If your spouse were suddenly widowed, how much would he or she need to survive? How does health insurance work? Are specialty plans, such as cancer policies, a good deal? Let's find out!

In THE ROLE OF INSURANCE, Dave walks you through the seven types of insurance that every adult needs, and he reveals how to avoid the traps in the insurance industry that can leave you - and your heirs - flat broke!
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1845

Financial Peace University, Disc 7 (Retirement and College Planning)

Ramsey, Dave


Just picture it: You're out of debt and you have an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses sitting in the bank. Now it's time to build some wealth for your future!

In RETIREMENT AND COLLEGE PLANNING, Dave helps you understand all those initials and abbreviations: IRA, 401(k), 403(b), 457 and more! Plus, Rachel shows you the best way to make sure your kids get through college without a student loan - what an idea!
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1846

Financial Peace University, Disc 8 (Real Estate and Mortgages)

Ramsey, Dave


Homeownership is one of the biggest blessing we could ever experience. However, learning to navigate through the minefield of real estate and mortgages can be pretty daunting. With 40-year loans, interest-only options and reverse mortgages on the market, it's more important than ever to learn the ins and outs of personal real estate.

In REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES, Dave shares his most effective tips for buying and selling your home, and Chris breaks down the different mortgage options to reveal the best - and worst - ways to buy a house.
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1847

Financial Peace University, Disc 9 (The Great Misunderstanding)

Ramsey, Dave


Why is it so important to take control of our money? Dave says there are only three things we can do with money? SPEND it (we've got that one down!), INVEST it (we're learning!), and GIVE it. What? How can we build wealth if we're constantly giving our money away? Dave calls that "The Great Misunderstanding", and it can change your life.

In THE GREAT MISUNDERSTANDING, Dave discusses the commonly held misperceptions many people have about giving and reveals the true key to winning - with both your life and your money.
DVD, appx. 43 min. — Item #1848

The Fire Below Us: Remembering Mount St. Helens

A day to remember... on May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens exploded without warning.

* What was it like to live through an erupting volcano?
* What lessons did Mount St. Helens teach us?
* Are we prepared to enter a new era of volcanic activity?

Spectacular devastation footage combined with dramatic reenactments put you in the center of an erupting volcano's awesome fury. Featuring filmmaker's personal story of survival, from his dramatic rescue out of the blast zone through his journey to understand the lessons we've learned from Mount St. Helens.

In 1980, Mount St. Helens in Washington state erupted... causing devastating loss of life and millions of dollars in damage. Today, twenty years later, scientists and survivors are talking about the impact this explosive event has had on them and what we now know about volcanoes and their hazardous consequences.

Learn what the scientists have discovered and what they say the potential is for future eruptions with neighboring volcanoes. Experience what it's like to live through an erupting volcano through the eyes of survivors.
DVD — Item #426


Inside burning buildings, Captain Caleb Holt lives by the firefighters adage: Never leave your partner. Yet at home, in the cooling embers of his marriage, he lives by his own rules.

Growing up, his wife Catherine always dreamed of marrying a loving, brave firefighter... just like her father. Now, after seven years of marriage, she wonders when she stopped being "good enough". Countless arguments and anger have them wanting to move on to something with more sparks. As they prepare for divorce, Caleb's father challenges him to commit to a 40-day experiment: "The Love Dare". Wondering if its even worth the effort, Caleb agrees, for his fathers sake more than for his marriage.

Surprised by what he discovers about the meaning of love, Caleb realizes that his wife and marriage are worth fighting for. His job is to rescue others. Now Captain Holt is ready to face his toughest job ever... rescuing his wife's heart.
DVD, 119 min. — Item #274
DVD, 119 min. — Item #275

Flight: the Genius of Birds

FLIGHT: The Genius of Birds marks the launch of Illustra Media's new documentary series The Design of Life. Each episode explores a different realm of the animal kingdom and the remarkable biological systems that make life on Earth possible.

Filmed in North America, England, Peru, Greenland, and Antarctica, FLIGHT probes the mysteries and mechanisms of a bird's anatomy, instinct, and embryology to reveal stunning provisions essential for life in the skies.

You'll marvel at a hummingbird's unique skeletal, muscular and metabolic systems-all vital to its spectacular aerial acrobatics...

The endurance and navigational abilities of an Arctic tern as it travels from pole to pole during the longest migration on the planet...

The instinctive strategies that enable a flock of 300,000 European starlings to evade predators at break-neck speeds...

The elaborate network of a million component parts that make a feather an aerodynamic masterpiece. And much more.

The poet William Blake wrote that to see an eagle in the air is to observe "a portion of genius." In FLIGHT the ingenuity of a bird's behavior and biology showcase unmistakable evidence for design, purpose, and plan. They are displays of genius best explained by intelligence and mind.
DVD, appx. 63 min. — Item #1421


Jay Austin wants to sell you a used car, but watch out! Many victims have fallen prey to his smiling face and hasty promises. Austin does everything his way until his dishonesty and manipulation are exposed. Like many men, he becomes disgusted by the masks he wears and the lies he tells. While having a classic convertible repaired, Austin begins a humorous and inspiring journey to win back the hearts of his wife, his son, and his community. In every man's life, there can be a turning point. When Jay Austin makes his turn, he never looks back.

Filmed on location in Albany, Georgia, Flywheel has been shown in theaters, churches, prisons, and schools. It is an inspiring family movie surprising audiences with laughter and tears and is loved by young and old!
DVD, 120 min. — Item #30

Footsteps of Goliath

Is the famous story really true? Did young David actually slay the giant Goliath with a slingshot? Did giants actually walk the earth? Find out in FOOTSTEPS OF GOLIATH. The filmmakers themselves pieced together clues from the Lands of the Bible and brought them together in the most complete view on the giant Goliath ever presented.

The documentary takes us from the glorious temple of the Pharaohs to mysterious tombs of mythical kings, from the dark vaults of the world's greatest museums to the shores of the Dead Sea, from remote digs to the very place where David met his giant opponent.

Approached from the perspective of professional scientists and archaeologists, FOOTSTEPS OF GOLIATH includes the reenactment of the famous duel between David and Goliath. The story in the Bible contains an incredible amount of detail on Goliath which allowed the filmmakers to reconstruct the giant warrior. This reconstruction has received much praise for its accuracy and credibility from the scientists participating in this documentary.
DVD, 52 min. — Item #300

Forever: Why You Can't Live Without It

Tripp, Paul David

You May Be Suffering from Eternity Amnesia

The Bible assures us that God has placed eternity in our hearts. It tells us we are created for pleasure, wired for joy -- all with God at the center. But in a world that is broken and suffering, it's easy to forget this, living instead with a pack-it-all-in mentality, loading up the here and now with expectations that will only be fulfilled in eternity.

Fortunately we don't have to live frustrating, disappointing lives. Instead, we can take heart, realizing that life doesn't feel right because it isn't right. It's not meant to be -- not yet anyway. Paul Tripp points out that having an eternity perspective will enable us to live for something bigger than ourselves and larger than this moment. No longer trapped in the shrunken kingdom of "right here, right now," we will be able to lead lives of greater significance and peace.

Through stories, examples, and biblical teaching, Tripp rehabilitates the notion of an afterlife, not as some vague, ethereal place in which we will someday reside, but as a living, robust reality that Scripture promises. This is a conference (based on the book) recorded live on 3 DVDs in ten 25-minute sessions. Includes a reproducible Discussion Guide and Leader.s Guide on a separate CD Data Disk. A wonderful resource for small groups a church wide event, Sunday school class, or for individual study.
DVD, Ten 25-min. sessions on 3 DVDs — Item #1375

The Foundations of American Government

Barton, David

This 25-minute program is designed as a tool to demonstrate that the current "separation of church and state" is something never intended by the Founding Fathers. It not only surveys the historical statements and records surrounding the original drafting of the First Amendment, but also shows what happened statistically when the 1962 Court rejected the Founders' intent. It further shows that the current Court is beginning to return to and uphold many values previously struck down. This program gives an overview of the Founders' own understanding of the First Amendment and will be helpful to anyone who desires to know the truth about their interpretations.
DVD, 25 min. — Item #277

The Fourth Wise Man

Based on Henry van Dyke's classic, The Story of the Other Wise Man, this fictional story set in Biblical times is told in gently comic terms.

A Magi named Artaban (Martin Sheen) sees a sign in the heavens that he hopes will lead him and his faithful servant to the Messiah. Artaban takes with him three precious gifts to present to the Messiah. For 33 years Artaban pursues Jesus, only to miss Him at every turn. Along the way, Artaban uses his gifts to help people in dire need. He now has nothing to present to the Messiah when he finds Him. The story culminates on Easter Sunday as Artaban, old and dying, finally encounters the new King, bringing peace to his life.

A deeply moving experience examining what true faith really means.
DVD, 72 min. — Item #394

From Evolution to Creation

Parker, Dr. Gary

In this powerful testimony, a respected biology professor explains his gradual conversion from dogmatic belief in evolution to biblical creation. Warm, humble, and humorous, Dr. Gary Parker shows how, step by step, the Lord helped him to see the false assumptions behind modern evolutionary belief, and how the Bible's account of origins fits the facts.
DVD, 60 min. — Item #20

From Vengeance To Forgiveness

After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Corporal Jacob DeShazer became a man bent on revenge. As a bombardier in the Army Air Corps, he volunteered for a top secret mission and flew with the legendary Doolittle Raiders in their surprise attack on Japan. After successfully bombing their targets, the Raiders were forced to bail out over occupied China.

Jake and seven other airmen were captured by the Japanese and imprisoned. He survived nearly 3.5 years as a POW, enduring torture, starvation, and solitary confinement. During that time, Jake began a personal relationship with God, and his life was never the same. Learn more of Jake DeShazer's unforgettable story in this special 3-part DVD.
DVD, 81 min. — Item #242

Fruitcake and Ice Cream: An Unlikely Collision of Friendship and Grace

Giglio, Louie

Sometimes the best things in life are those we're not even sure we're looking for at the time, but those we realize we can't live without in the end.

That's the story of Ashley, a somewhat typical college senior -- loving life, partying hard and trying to balance it all with success in the classroom. Disengaged from God and turned off by most Christians she knew, unexpected events turned Ashley's world upside down and brought a new roommate for her final semester at the University of Florida. Unpolished, and marked by unscripted authenticity, Ashley's personal journal entries provide the backdrop for FRUITCAKE AND ICE CREAM, a message that breathes hope for the spiritually searching while providing a massive kick-start for those within the Church who carry the unrivaled story of God's grace and truth in a darkened world.

Bonus Audio CD Includes:
1. Mighty To Save - Chris Tomlin
2. Rescue Is Coming - David Crowder Band
3. Marvelous Light - Charlie Hall
4. You Are My Joy - David Crowder Band
5. I Will Rise - Chris Tomlin
DVD, appx. 54 min. — Item #295

Fury to Freedom

What does it take to break a man who refuses to be broken -- a man who knows no fear and whose total confidence is in himself? Martial arts champion Raul Ries was weaned on anger and fueled by rage -- a destructive path that led him to the brink of the murder-suicide of his family and himself. But on the darkest night of his life, God intervenes.
DVD, 79 min. — Item #416

Galaxy Buck: Mission To Sector 9

Buck Denver has a simple dream - to save the galaxy. Working for the Galactic Mission Board, Buck dreams of carrying Gods love to every corner of the Milky Way!

Except he doesn't have a starship. Or a crew. Or even a captain's license. He just needs a chance.

But when that chance comes and Buck finds himself leading a real mission into deep space, things don't go at ALL like he imagined!

If he's doing what God wants him to do, why is everything going wrong?!?

MISSION TO SECTOR 9 is a wild galactic adventure that teaches kids a powerful lesson about trusting God with everything - even our dreams!
DVD, appx. 40 min. — Item #2181

Genesis, Babel and the Chinese Language

McIntosh, Dr. Andy

If construction of the Tower of Babel really took place, do we have any evidence today? Dr. McIntosh reveals astonishing finding that show biblical events recorded within the written language of ancient China!
DVD, 55 min. — Item #157

Genesis, Science, and the Culture War: A Battle of Foundations

Ham, Ken and Purdom, Georgia

After being contracted to speak at a university in Oklahoma -- then surprisingly cancelled -- an ensuing national media frenzy led to the re-booking of an event that might otherwise have slipped quietly under the radar. In a packed auditorium at the University of Central Oklahoma, AiG founder Ken Ham showed that cultural issues like abortion and gay "marriage" are viewed differently because people start with different foundations. Dr. Georgia Purdom (PhD in molecular genetics) then did the same for scientific issues like mutation and natural selection and showed that science supports a biblical, not an evolutionary, worldview.
DVD, 105 min. — Item #2170

Genesis: The Key to Reclaiming the Culture

Ham, Ken

Don't miss Ken Ham's dynamic, fully illustrated talk on the relevance of Genesis! In his unique, captivating style, Ken explains why belief in a literal Genesis is the key to reforming the church and reclaiming our culture!
DVD, 80 min. — Item #146

George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Way

His journey was extraordinary: though born a slave, by the end of his life, presidents and corporate titans valued his friendship. Millions of Americans benefited from his innovations. His scientific genius is legendary, but less known is his remarkable path to greatness, defined by a life-long passion for serving others. George Washington Carver blazed trails in his personal and professional lives. Though Carver was most known for his work discovering uses for the peanut, he also did much more to help shape the American landscape than is often realized at a surface glance.

This stimulating documentary beautifully traces the valiant life of Carver, chronicling his improbable odyssey from slavery to becoming a household name. GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER: AN UNCOMMON WAY is narrated by Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr. and includes the perspectives of noted historians Peter Burchard, John Perry, George Grant, and many others.

This cinematic film features footage from Carver's boyhood home in Missouri, Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, as well as many other historical locales. This uplifting film inspires as it teaches about the life of a great American hero.
DVD, 47 min. — Item #1303

Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story

Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. stars in this true story about a renowned brain surgeon who overcame obstacles to change the course of medicine forever.

Young Ben Carson didn't have much of a chance. Growing up in a broken home amongst poverty and prejudice, his grades suffered and his temper flared. And yet, his mother never lost her faith in him. Insisting he follow the opportunities she never had, she helped to grow his imagination, intelligence and, most importantly, his belief in himself. That faith would be his gift -- the thing that would drive him to follow his dream of becoming one of the world's leading neurosurgeons.
DVD, appx. 90 min. — Item #361

Glory to God Alone: The Life of J.S. Bach

"The most stupendous miracle in all of music." That is how one great German composer described Bach's work.

Johan Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) lived his whole life in Germany and in music. This video is his story, unfolded from the very places where his key life events took place. It is Bach for beginners, in the sense that young people who may never yet have heard of him will find this journey through his life a fascinating adventure. At the same time, those who have long loved his music will be enthralled with the captivating details of his life and development.

Born into a musical family, Bach's life was almost predetermined to be in the field of music. But from a child he internalized the art and passionately pursued the development of his skills. It would result in a legacy that has enriched the world and continues to inspire, engage, and touch souls across diverse cultural boundaries now close to three hundred years later.

In this video journey we are accompanied by Bach authorities including classical guitarist Christopher Parkening. They guide us through the development, personal crises, challenges, remarkable work output, and the compelling inner motivation of Bach and show why it was so important to the composer that his gifts be used for the glory of God alone. He got his wish. Bach died in obscurity, his grave not even marked. But God was glorified as Bach's music transcends the changing styles and passing centuries and infuses the world with a priceless treasure that will continue as long as music is embraced to transport us from the mundane.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #48

God Provides: Abraham and Isaac

Difficult Decisions Require a New Level of Trust

Have you ever had to make a difficult decision, and your only choice was to trust God for the outcome? When have you wondered if God truly keeps His promises? And, what is God asking you to do to help fulfill His promises?

Based on the Bible's account found in the Genesis 22, ABRAHAM AND ISAAC, part of the God Provides(TM) Film Learning Experience, offers a rich, dramatic journey through a theater-quality, epic short film that can be used for individual or group study in a variety of ways-homes, businesses, churches, academic institutions, and more.
DVD, appx. 22 min. — Item #1309

God Provides: Abram's Reward

Making Major Life Choices

Why are life choices more important? And, how does money support or hinder those choices? How does Abram's life-changing story show people today how to be faithful, self-controlled, content, and successful?

Based on the Bible's account found in the Genesis 13-15, ABRAM'S REWARD, part of the God Provides(TM) Film Learning Experience, offers a rich, dramatic journey through a theater-quality, epic short film that can be used for individual or group study in a variety of ways-homes, businesses, churches, academic institutions, and more.
DVD, appx. 18 min. — Item #1308

God Provides: Jeremiah's Call

God's Design for Hope

What areas of your life are "on hold" right now? And, are you trying to work through process without the help of others? What is the real truth about God's hope-filled plan for you in these areas?

Based on the Bible's account found in Jeremiah 29, JEREMIAH'S CALL, part of the God Provides(TM) Film Learning Experience, offers a rich, dramatic journey through a theater-quality, epic short film that can be used for individual or group study in a variety of ways-homes, businesses, churches, academic institutions, and more.
DVD, appx. 16 min. — Item #1306

God Provides: Rich Man and Lazarus

Your Heart Decisions Affect Eternity

What are the blessings and dangers of riches? And, how do your actions now have a powerful effect on your eternity? Where can you find the promise of security in a world that you can't control?

Based on the Bible's account found in Luke 16, RICH MAN AND LAZARUS, part of the God Provides(TM) Film Learning Experience, offers a rich, dramatic journey through a theater-quality, epic short film and printed companion guide that can be used for individual or group study in a variety of ways-homes, businesses, churches, academic institutions, and more.
DVD, appx. 17 min. — Item #1307

God Provides: Widow and Oil

What do you have?

Have you ever been in a situation where you needed God to provide in a miraculous way? Can you trust God to be your provider regardless of your needs? And, how do you make that miracle happen in your life?

Based on the Bible's account found in 2 Kings, WIDOW AND OIL, part of the God Provides(TM) Film Learning Experience, offers a rich, dramatic journey through a theater-quality, epic short film and printed companion guide that can be used for individual or group study in a variety of ways-homes, businesses, churches, academic institutions, and more.
DVD, appx. 14 min. — Item #1305

A God of Suffering?

Mitchell, Dr. Tommy

Month after month the world witnesses hurricanes, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis and myriad other life-shattering events. It is quite understandable, therefore, that men and women demand a logical answer to the question, "Why would a loving God allow death and suffering?" That question is answered here.

This unique new DVD was shot on-location in the hurricane-ravaged community of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Documentary footage complements the illustrated presentation of AiG's newest speaker, medical internist Dr. Tommy Mitchell.
DVD, 45 min. — Item #152

God of Wonders: Exploring the Wonders of Creation, Conscience, and the Glory of God

God's wonders surround us. And these marvels reveal much about our Creator. Through creation we glimpse His power and wisdom, His majesty and care. Creation is speaking to those who will listen...

Join us on a remarkable journey of discovery as we explore the Creator's handiwork and what His creation reveals about His character. Survey the unimaginable size of the universe and ponder the vast energy present in all matter. Examine the elegant water molecule essential to all life and discover how God combines these molecules to form beautiful and symmetrical snow crystals. Learn about the incredible complexity of DNA and the miraculous workings of the tiny seed. From the design functionality of birds to the incredible transformation of butterflies, these and many other features of creation are highlighted in this visually stunning presentation.

GOD OF WONDERS is a breath-taking tour of God's creation wonders, visible and invisible, and the greatest wonder of all - His redeeming love!
DVD, 85 min. — Item #1416

God of the Atom

Moody Science Classics

Energy the equivalent of mass; a radical conception, key to the atomic age. The idea expressed in E=MC2 is actually quite simple. But it has caused a great revolution in scientific thinking.

It means any object, a desk, a pencil, a piece of paper, just any bit of matter represents an unbelievable amount of energy. GOD OF THE ATOM addresses man's spiritual bankruptcy and his need for regeneration.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #199

God's Outlaw: The Story of William Tyndale

A true story, GOD'S OUTLAW is about international politics, church intrigue, cold-blooded betrayal, and false justice ending in a criminal's death. But it's also about victorious faith and spiritual triumph over some of the greatest political and religious forces known in the 16th century.

A simple God-seeking man, William Tyndale somehow became one of the most wanted men in England and all of Europe. Pursued by King Henry VIII, Lord Chancellor Sir Thomas More, and the Pope's personal legate Cardinal Wolsey, he darted across Europe to avoid capture -- always pushing to complete the task that obsessed him.

The task was translating the Bible into English and publishing it for his fellow countrymen -- Englishmen who lived in a country where the Bible and even prayers in English were outlawed by a harsh and rigid religious establishment. Today he is renowned as "the father of the English Bible," and is recognized as one of the major leaders of the English Reformation. But the tale of how he lived and died as "God's Outlaw" is a compelling "rest-of-the-story," and is especially a moving encouragement for modern people of faith.
DVD, 93 min. — Item #58

Gods and Generals

"...An awesome sense of authenticity and scope..." -- Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times

Based on Jeffrey M. Shaara's bestseller, GODS AND GENERALS recounts the fierce allegiances and combat of the early Civil War. Ronald F. Maxwell directs this epic prequel to his GETTYSBURG, framing the story with three bold men and three fateful battles. The men: Joshua Chamberlain (Jeff Daniels), "Stonewall" Jackson (Stephen Lang), Robert E. Lee (Robert Duvall). The battles: Manassas, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville. Through these combatants and conflicts we witness the bravery and strife of a nation at war with itself.
DVD, 219 min. — Item #223

Gospel of Liberty: Virginia's Great Awakening and the Separation of Church and State

The revivals of the Great Awakening shook Britain's North American colonies from spiritual slumber during the 1730's, 1740's, and 1750's. In Virginia it touched men and women whose spiritual needs had been too long neglected by the legally established Anglican church.

In homes, in meetinghouses, and in open fields, rich and poor, black and white, men and women mingled to hear emotional messages of a personal God and salvation. The Great Awakening rattled and cracked the foundations of hierarchical authority and official religion from Georgia to New England, reverberating through the decades to the Revolution and the collapse of British rule.

Produced by Colonial Williamsburg, the program recreates for students of American independence the fire of the Reverend Samuel Davies, and their pursuit of the right to worship according to one's convictions.

With Colonial Williamsburg as a backdrop, Thomas Jefferson guides viewers to understand how the axiom that government ought not legislate belief became a fundamental pillar of American democracy. This tenet found expression in the First Amendment: "Congress shall make no law respecting establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."

The insights of Thomas Jefferson, champion of religious liberty, infuse this dramatic portrayal of colonial Virginia during the Great Awakening, a turning point in the American concept of freedom.

Here is a lesson of faith in freedom.
DVD, 37 min. — Item #50

The Great Dothan Creation-Evolution Debate

The debate between creation and evolution has a long history. The first public debate between a creationist and a Darwinist was probably the one where Samuel Wilberforce, bishop of Oxford, and Thomas H. Huxley, known as .Darwin.s Bulldog. because of his aggressive defense of Charles Darwin, faced each other at a meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science on June 30, 1860. Sixty-five years later, the infamous Scopes "Monkey Trial" ignited public scrutiny of the topic that is still being fed this day.

The proponents of evolutionary theory are no longer able to dismiss creationists with a wave of their academic hand. There is a growing list of Darwinian skeptics that refutes the often repeated and unsubstantiated claim that "virtually every scientist in the world believes the theory to be true" and that a person who does not believe in evolution cannot be a "legitimate scientist." 700 international scientists have signed their names to the following statement: .We are skeptical of claims for the ability of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of life. Careful examination of the evidence for Darwinian theory should be encouraged."

And the debate continues...
DVD, 105 min. — Item #245

The Great Mr. Handel

His gifts were extraordinary. His life an adventure. His legacy priceless.

A lavish period drama produced in 1942 by Lord Rank's G.H.W. Productions Ltd. This was the first color film shot with "character lighting" instead of the flat overall lighting hitherto demanded by Technicolor.

This story deals with the later stages of Handel's life, leading up to the composing of his masterpiece "Messiah." During his early years in London, Handel had enjoyed the King's patronage and people flocked to the theatres to see his operas. But soon fashionable society turned against him. Plagued by financial worries and ill health and abandoned by almost everyone except those closest to him, Handel shut himself away and worked day and night on "Messiah." Its performance at the Royal Opera House in 1743 resulted in a standing ovation led by the King. It began a tradition and fitting honor for the incomparable Handel, composer of one of the finest oratories in the English Language.
DVD, 110 min. — Item #234

A Greater Yes: The True Story of Amy Newhouse

After climbing Pampa High School's popularity chain, taking her volleyball team to the State championship, and founding the school's first drugs, alcohol, and violence-free club, Amy Newhouse must now fight the biggest battle of her life -- cancer.

Her open heart to the people of her school now sparks a passionate rally from the community. However, this passion dwindles as her cancer metastasizes. Her cancer seems to miraculously disappear, but just as it seems the community has prevailed and the battle won, Amy discovers that the deadly disease has returned and is incurable.

Amy's prayers for healing continue, but with the seemingly dried-up support of her community, and an apparent "no" from God, she dies from the one battle she cannot win. However, with her death comes life and redemption of Pampa High, as her club grows exponentially, redeeming the school of the once-rampant violence, drugs, and alcohol that she so passionately fought against, and proving to all doubters that God has a "Greater Yes" after all.
DVD, 90 min. — Item #345

The Harvest

The Harvest is a dramatic story of a young family pushed to the edge. A crisis at harvest becomes a race against time.

Inspired by a true story and set to an original musical score, this modern day parable will stir every person young and old.

Let this video challenge and captivate you and your friends with the urgency to become part of the spiritual harvest.
DVD, 17 min. — Item #235

The Hearing Ear and the Seeing Eye

Menton, Dr. David

This unique talk received a standing ovation at Creation 2003. Anatomist Dr. David Menton takes you on a journey into the marvelous intricacies of the human ear, which has the clear stamp of the Creator and leaves skeptics speechless.
DVD, 65 min. — Item #21

A Heart Set Free: The Life, Ministry, and Lyrics of Charles Wesley

The story of Charles Wesley is often overshadowed by that of his more famous older brother John. These founding fathers of Methodism traveled the same path, yet their lives and talents were often remarkably distinct.

From a tenuous birth to blazing field preacher, this film explores the facets of the man known as The Sweet Bard of Methodism. Discover the poet, husband, and hymn writer who penned "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing," and "O, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing." Follow Charles as a failed missionary to America, then back home, depressed and dejected till he encounters the mighty conversion in May 1738 that placed within him the desire to convert others with such intensity that, through his verse, we feel it today.

Shot on location in England and the United States, this feature-length documentary by T.N. Mohan, producer and director of the award-winning documentary Hanged on a Twisted Cross, brings detailed and well-researched perspective to Charles Wesley s history through many never-before seen archival letters, manuscripts and other documents, besides interviews with leading experts from the UK and US.
DVD, 101 min. — Item #229


From the makes of THE WIDOW'S MIGHT comes HEARTSTRINGS.

During a family trip, the Moore's vehicle breaks down outside an out-of-the-way bed and breakfast owned by the Morton family.

Soon, Gator's sleuthing abilities find him crossing ways with a foreboding stranger while trying to solve a Morton family mystery.

The adventure, comedy, and drama of HEARTSTRINGS make this film a real treasure families can enjoy.

Bonus Content:
* Bubble Trouble, A HeuMoore Productions Film
DVD, appx. 55 min. — Item #1434

Here I Stand: The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther

"I am the son of a peasant; my father, my grandfather, and all my ancestors were genuine peasants." - Martin Luther

But this peasant rocked the world of the 16th century and did much to pave the way for our modern era.

It is claimed that there have been more books written about Martin Luther than anyone else other than Jesus Christ. In those lists pundits compile about who were the most influential in shaping our modern world, the name Martin Luther inevitably shows up near the top, usually in the top ten. He is one of those few who can be proclaimed indisputably a "hinge of history."

Yet Luther never wanted to be a world shaper. He was more concerned to save his own soul and entered a monastery to get away from the world and seek his own salvation. But in finding his salvation he rediscovered foundations of biblical Christianity that shook the late Medieval world, and challenged its assumptions about religious authority, what God was like, how we are to approach him, and how God saves us.

T. N. Mohan, producer and director of the award-winning documentary on the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Hanged On A Twisted Cross, returns to Germany to tell the story of its most famous son, interpreted from an overtly Protestant perspective. In this two-hour special, we come to understand Luther, what motivated him, the turning points in his life, the issues he confronted, the opposition that sought to defeat him, and the profound changes brought about under his leadership and ministry.
DVD, Part 1 (70 min), Part 2 (60 min.) — Item #41

Herman Who?

Friel, Todd

Ask most Christians what they know about hermeneutics and they will probably ask, "Herman Who?" Spend 75 minutes with us and you will receive a condensed 16-week master's level education on how to read the Bible right. You will never read the Bible the same way again... and you will never have the wool pulled over your eyes by a false teacher.

Paul told Timothy (and us) to "Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." By studying this course, you will be equipped to rightly divide the Word of Truth and read the Bible right.

Here's what "Herman Who?" attendees have to say:

"These principles are a must for anyone desiring a truthful understanding of the Bible." - Robert P.

"I've read a lot of books about proper interpretation but this class was in a league by itself. Without a doubt, it was the best investment I've ever made into accurately understanding and applying the Word of God. Todd breaks down an enormous amount of information into an understandable, useful format anyone can do - it's like taking an entire Seminary class in just a few hours! I loved it, and use it every day in my walk with Christ." - Laura A.
DVD — Item #1865

Hidden Treasures

Moody Science Classics

You don't have to visit the museum to find priceless works of art, stunning jewels, or riches untold. Just look around you.

In HIDDEN TREASURES, you'll explore the intricate beauty of a simple snow crystal. Swim the crowded ocean within a single drop of sea water. Marvel at a desert flower too tiny for the sharpest eye to see. And in the end, you'll learn how the greatest treasure of all is to meet the Creator of all you behold. And know Him as your own, heavenly Father.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #191

Hide 'em In Your Heart (Vol. 1)

Green, Steve

1. Let The Little Children Come (Matthew 19:14)
2. Do To Others (Matthew 7:12)
3. This Is How We Know (I John 3:16)
4. Overcome Evil With Good (Romans 12:21)
5. When I Am Afraid (Psalm 56:3-4)
6. Children Obey Your Parents (Ephesians 6:1)
7. Our Father In Heaven (Matthew 6:9-13)
8. And Jesus Grew (Luke 2:52)
9. Believe In The Lord (Acts 16:31)
10. You Are The Light Of The World (Matthew 5:14 & 16)
11. Keep Your Tongue From Evil (Psalm 34:13)
12. You Shall Love The Lord (Matthew 22:37)
13. Hosanna! (Matthew 21:9 & 11)
14. Where Two Or Three (Matthew 18:20)
15. I Can Do All Things (Philippians 4:13)
16. Trust In The Lord (Proverbs 3:5-6)
17. Without Complaining (Philippians 2:14)
18. For All Have Sinned / For God So Loved (Romans 3:23 / John 3:16)
19. Even A Child (Proverbs 20:11)
20. Your Word Is A Lamp (Psalm 119:105)
DVD — Item #278

Hide 'em In Your Heart (Vol. 2)

Green, Steve

1. Train Up a Child (Proverbs 22:6)
2. Encourage One Another (1 Thessalonians 5:11)
3. Greater Love (John 15:13)
4. Do Not Worry (Matthew 6:25,26 & 34a)
5. G-O-D Is L-O-V-E (John 15:13)
6. Honor Your Father and Mother (Deuteronomy 5:16)
7. If We Don't Lose Heart (Galatians 5:16)
8. In My Father's House (John 14:2)
9. God Loves a Cheerful Giver (2 Corinthians 9:7)
10. We Love Him (1 John 4:19 & 10)
11. There Is a Friend (Proverbs 18:24b)
12. You Knit Me Together (Psalm 139:13 & 14)
13. Think about Such Things (Philippians 4:8)
14. Give Thanks to the Lord (Psalm 118:1)
15. The Eyes of the Lord (Proverbs 15:3)
16. A Joyful Heart (Proverbs 17:22)
17. The Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22 & 25)
18. Where Your Treasure Is (Matthew 6:19 & 21)
19. All Things Work Together for Good (Romans 8:28)
20. I Will Lie Down and Sleep (Psalm 4:8)
21. I Have Hidden Your Word (Psalm 119:11 & 9)
DVD — Item #279
DVD — Item #418

The Hiding Place

Beautifully restored, this inspiring true story of Holocaust survivor Corrie ten Boom (played by Golden Globe-nominated Jeanette Clift) now outshines its own stunning Hollywood premiere. With the WWII Nazi invasion of Holland, the ten Boom family joins the underground resistance to help save persecuted Jewish families. But when they are arrested and imprisoned in concentration camps themselves, they're left with nothing to cling to but their faith.
DVD, 145 min. — Item #57

The Holiness of God

Sproul, R.C.

The holiness of God has been obscured, and, consequently, the church.s doctrine and ethics have been tarnished. Entertainment has replaced worship in many places, the Gospel is misunderstood and neglected, and the church assimilates itself to the culture instead of seeking to transform it through the preaching of God.s Word. If the church is to regain her saltiness, something must be done.

Ligonier Ministries' 2009 National Conference, The Holiness of God, looks at Scripture.s teaching on God.s holiness and how it affects our worship, doctrine, and personal walk with Christ. This expanded conference also features a mini-conference on the life and influence of John Calvin, whose 500th birthday we celebrate in 2009.

Dr. Sproul is joined by other Christian scholars, pastors, and leaders, including Thabiti Anyabwile, Alistair Begg, Don Carson, Ligon Duncan, Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Steven J. Lawson, Al Mohler, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Derek Thomas, to proclaim and defend the holiness of God.

The conference sessions are:

1. John Calvin: Preacher and Teacher (Albert Mohler)
2. Calvin & the Christian Life (Ligon Duncan)
3. The Doctrines of Grace (Sinclair Ferguson)
4. The Legacy of John Calvin (Steven J. Lawson)
5. Questions & Answers #1
6. I Am the Lord, There Is No Other (R.C. Sproul)
7. Train Up Your Children: Family Worship of the Holy God (R.C. Sproul Jr.)
8. Hallowed Be Your Name: The Holiness of the Father (Sinclair Ferguson)
9. The Holy One of God: The Holiness of Jesus (Steven J. Lawson)
10. The Breath of the Almighty: The Holy Spirit (Alistair Begg)
11. Questions & Answers #2
12. Cosmic Treason: Sin & the Holiness of God (Thabiti Anyabwile)
13. A Holy Nation: The Church's High Calling (D.A. Carson)
14. Wounded for Our Transgressions: The Holiness of God & the Cross (Robert Godfrey)
15. Be Ye Holy: The Necessity of Sanctification (Derek Thomas)
16. Questions & Answers #3
17. A Consuming Fire: Holiness, Wrath, & Justice (R.C. Sproul)
18. Gaining Access to God's Throne Room: Lessons from Calvin on Prayer (Joel Beeke)
19. Women's Ministry in the Local Church (Susan Hunt)
DVD, 4 DVDs, 19 messages — Item #291

Home Run

Baseball all-star Cory Brand knows what it takes to win in the big leagues. But off the field, with memories of his past haunting him, his life is spiraling out of control.

Hoping to save her client's career and reputation after a DUI and a team suspension, Cory's agent sends him back to the small town where he grew up. Forced to coach the local youth baseball team and spend eight weeks in the only recovery program in town, Cory can"t wait to return to his old life as quickly as possible.

As his young players help him re-experience the joy of the game, Cory realizes his need for freedom from his past and hope for his future ...and win back the love he left behind. With this unexpected second chance, Cory finds himself on a powerful journey of transformation and redemption.

Based on thousands of true stories, HOME RUN is a powerful reminder that with God, it's never too late... freedom is possible.
DVD, 113 min. — Item #1430

How Darwinists Think

Johnson, Phillip E.

Friends of ARN have been asking for more recent lecture videos from Phillip Johnson. Others have asked how Professor Johnson has been doing since his stroke several years ago, and if he is still doing public lectures. Now you can find out for yourself by watching this lecture presented by Phillip Johnson before a large audience of students, faculty members, and community people at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, MI, October 2003.

Phillip Johnson explains that it is the thinking of evolutionists that gets them into difficulty. He works to open up the issue and allow light to flow in.

In this lecture, Johnson begins with the Darwinian high-water mark: the 1959 centennial celebration of the publication of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species. He describes some of the experiments and findings of the 1950s and how they led Darwinists to a sense of triumph, not just over science, but over our whole understanding of the world.

Johnson then shows how supposed evidence for evolution has fallen into question and other concerns have arisen so that the triumphalism of 1959 has been reversed and the Darwinists are now on the defensive.

Johnson informs the audience that his lecture is simply to set the stage for a 45 minute Question and Answer session that follows. Some of the questions that Johnson addresses from the audience include:

1. Doesn't Stephen J. Gould's theory of punctuated equilibrium address some of the shortcomings of Darwinian evolution?
2. Isn't evolution still occurring on the Galapagos Islands?
3. Aren't Mendel's pea plants examples of evolution?
4. What evidence would convince you that evolution was true?
5. Please define the terms complexity and information and explain why they are important.
6. How do you explain speciation and adaptation from an Intelligent Design position?
7. Isn't the evidence from anthropology that shows the changes in humanoid skulls over the past five centuries evidence for evolution?
8. How would you empirically test Intelligent Design?
9. Isn't archaeopteryx evidence for evolution?
10. What are the ethical implications of Intelligent Design and Darwinism?
11. What motivates Darwinian scientists to press forward if the evidence is really as non-existent as you claim?
12. How do you reconcile Intelligent Design with chaos theory and particle physics?
13. Did Darwin repudiate his theory on his death bed?
14. Why is it necessary to separate Darwin and Design?
15. How do you explain the series of skulls that seem to prove human evolution?
DVD, 90 min. — Item #34

How Should We Then Live?

Schaeffer, Dr. Francis

After 40 years of intense study and world-wide ministry, Dr. Francis Schaeffer completed his crowning work of scholarship-to present profound truths in simple film language. Dr. Schaeffer's brilliant analysis of the past and predictions for current trends have proven so uncannily accurate that this amazing series still feels contemporary almost three decades after its initial release. Ultimately, Schaeffer concludes that man's only hope is a return to God's biblical absolute, the truth revealed in Christ through the Scriptures.

Available for the first time on DVD, this documentary spectacular also includes intimate in-depth conversations with Francis and Edith Schaeffer. With the on-disc Study Guide, this presentation forms a unique course of comprehensive study.

While this series forms an innovative analysis of the past, this outstanding work is more than history. Each episode focuses on a significant era, yet speaks clearly to 21st Century man with answers for modern problems.

Disc 1

I. The Roman Age
II. The Middle Ages
III. The Renaissance
IV. The Reformation
V. The Revolutionary Age

Disc 2

VI. The Scientific Age
VII. The Age of Non-Reason
VIII. The Age of Fragmentation
IX. The Age of Personal Peace and Affluence
X. Final Choices

Bonus Interviews

* Living with Suffering & Sickness
* God's Leading in L'Abri and Our Lives
DVD, 10 episodes on 2 DVDs - 6 hours total — Item #163

How Well Designed Was Noah's Ark?

Gitt, Dr. Werner

What were the most important factors in Ark construction? First, stability. Then, efficient use of material. Dr. Gitt shows that the dimensions of Noah's Ark were optimal for both! Discover why the shapes shown in children's books and elsewhere are actually ridiculously unstable.
DVD, 36 min. — Item #182

Hymns and History: Vol. 1 First Century - The Reformation

This film explores the origins of several great hymns of the Christian faith, which are traditionally ascribed to the period stemming from the first century through the Protestant Reformation. It gives a panoramic overview of Church history, while examining the lives and legacies of the figures commonly associated with these hymns, and evaluating their influence in bringing them into being.

"Be Thou My Vision"
After the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 410 AD, one region which was ripe for spiritual harvest was the kingdom of Great Britain. By God's providence, it was in Ireland that this harvest would first occur, through the bold and faithful missionary efforts of a man named Patrick.

"O Sacred Head Now Wounded"
As much of early monasticism became marked by extravagance and corruption, cries for reformation arose from within certain monastic circles. One of the great figures of this reforming movement was Bernard, the founder and leader of the Cistercian monastery in Clairvaux, France.

All Creatures of Our God and King"
During the Middle Ages, monastic orders known as the "mendicants" arose that relied exclusively on charity for support of their work. Francis of Assisi and the mendicant order he founded, voluntarily followed the way of poverty as a means of self-discipline, and of ministering to the poor around them.

"A Mighty Fortress is Our God"
Cries for reformation became fervent and frequent in the 14th and 15th centuries. The champion appointed by God to establish the roots of the reformation was a German monk named Martin Luther.
DVD, appx. 57 min. — Item #1301

I Can Only Imagine

Dennis Quaid and Trace Adkins star in this inspiring true story behind MercyMe's beloved hit song. Running from a troubled home life and a broken relationship, Bart Millard (Finley) found escape in music. Hitting the road in a decrepit tour bus, Bart and his band MercyMe set out on an amazing journey none of them could have ever imagined, in this uplifting, music-filled movie that beautifully illustrates the power of forgiveness and God's love.
DVD, 110 min. — Item #2177

I Dig Dinosaurs! (Buddy Davis' Amazing Adventures)

Davis, Buddy

Grab your gear and join adventurer Buddy Davis on an exciting dinosaur dig in the Badlands of Montana!

This real-life dinosaur researcher inspires kids with his solid creation teaching and infectious passion for the gospel. Buddy discovers a big dinosaur bone, and in the process shows the effects of Noah's Flood on the Montana landscape. Your kids will see a remote part of the USA where the floodwaters scoured the earth and left a mangled graveyard of dinosaurs, fish, plants, and more-a treasure trove of fossils!

You'll meet Dr. John Whitmore, a paleontologist, who explains the facts surrounding the often talked about red blood cells and pliable tissue recently found in dinosaur bones! How could these remains last for millions of years? Both the Bible and the dinosaur evidence point to a recent, worldwide flood!

This fast-paced video overflows with fun Bible-based dinosaur facts that kids (and adults!) love. Plus there's a ton of bonus features, including a look inside Buddy's dinosaur design studio, a peek at the mechanics that power the animatronic beasts at the Creation Museum near Cincinnati, extra teaching about the creatures in the Creation Museum's "Dinosaur Den," and much more! You and your family will want to watch I DIG DINOSAURS again and again!
DVD, 25 min. — Item #1410

I Kissed Dating Goodbye

Harris, Joshua

Will You Find True Love If You Kiss Dating Goodbye?

This DVD features three engaging messages -- plus never-before-seen features -- from speaker and author Joshua Harris. Based on his bestselling book, I KISSED DATING GOODBYE, his messages address the practical issues singles face. Perfect for watching by yourself or with a group, Josh's lessons and advice get to the heart of romance and relationships.

Part I: LOVE (45 minutes)
* A heart-piercing message about practicing love as God defines it - sincere and selfless.

Part II: PURITY (58 minutes)
* A practical message on how to live a lifestyle of purity in an age of compromise.

Part III: TRUST (45 minutes)
* An inspiring and humorous message about placing your hope in God and waiting on His timing for romance.

Bonus Material
* Includes two hours of bonus footage based on Josh's bestselling book BOY MEETS GIRL. Learn more about dating God's way from two messages: "Courtship Shmourtship" and "Courtship: A Community Project."
DVD, 148 min. — Item #341

I, Paul

The great apostle is locked in jail. The cold of winter presses in. He is near the end. But there is still so much to be done.

It becomes clear during the long, lonely hours of confinement. Others will have to carry on the fight for the faith. He must leave his young disciple Timothy practical instructions. He must inspire this gifted young follower to carry on the mission.

Paul pours out his heart, his faith, his vision in that final legacy that we have from his pen, the book of II Timothy.

In this superbly crafted one-man drama, the only text is the scripture itself. Veteran actor Fred Scolay plays Paul, delivering this final message with a verve and conviction that makes even those familiar with the material feel like they are hearing the words for the first time.
DVD, appx. 31 min. — Item #410

Ice Age (Buddy Davis' Amazing Adventures)

Davis, Buddy

Have you ever wondered about the Ice Age and where it actually fits in history? Join Buddy as he walks on top of glaciers, kayaks among ice bergs, and learns about animals that lived during the Ice Age. He will also introduce you to some animals associated with the Ice Age that are still alive today.

Our starting point is the Bible when looking at the exciting events in our planet's past. Discover how the Ice Age is the result of Noah's Flood and how amazing events caused it to happen. Exclusive new music and animation make this a DVD that children of all ages will love to watch again and again!

Kids and adults love the DVD bonus features, too! The disc includes Buddy's new song, "Alaska," a winsome gospel presentation, and fun outtakes and bloopers from the production!
DVD, 25 min. — Item #2142

Icons of Evolution: The Growing Scientific Controversy Over Darwinism

Are students learning the whole truth about Darwin's theory of evolution?

According to a growing number of scientists, the surprising answer is "no". They claim that many of the most famous "Icons of Evolution" -- including Darwin's "Tree of Life," finches from the Galapagos Islands, and embryos that look remarkably similar -- are based on outdated research and sloppy logic. They say students are being hurt by the failure to present both sides of an emerging scientific debate over Darwin's theory.

Come explore this fascinating new conflict over evolution in the classroom -- a conflict based on science, not religion. Learn about the controversy that engulfs one town when a teacher actually tries to tell students that some scientists disagree with Darwin.

From the Galapagos Islands to China, Icons of Evolution will take you on a fast-paced, fascinating journey into one of the most controversial issues in today's public arena.
DVD, 51 min. — Item #221

In the Footsteps of Martin Luther

T. N. Mohan, director of the multiple award-winning film on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, "Hanged on a Twisted Cross," returned to Germany to film IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MARTIN LUTHER. He introduces Germany as the Land of the Reformation by featuring the ten Luther towns which represent the most significant stages in the reformer's life.

Beginning with Wittenberg, IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MARTIN LUTHER traces the past events through historic old buildings, art treasures and typical scenery in each town, all the way to Augsburg in the South, traveling through Eisleben, Eisenach, Erfurt, Worms, Wartburg, Coburg, Torgau and Leipzig which is one of the world's oldest market towns and trade fair locations, characterized by research, teaching and cultural treasures.
DVD, 27 min. — Item #233

The Incorrigible Dr. Berlinski

David Berlinski was raised in New York City, educated at Columbia College and received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Princeton University. He later became a Fellow of the Faculty in Mathematics and a Post Doctoral Fellow in molecular biology at Columbia University. He has taught philosophy, mathematics, and English at Stanford, Rutgers, Columbia, the Universite de Paris at Jussieu, the University of Puget Sound, the University of Santa Clara, San Jose State University and San Francisco State University.

He has been a fellow at both the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis and the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques. He is the author of works on systems analysis, differential topology, theoretical biology, analytic philosophy, and the philosophy of mathematics, as well as the author of "A Tour of the Calculus," "The Advent of the Algorithm," and "Newton's Gift." Berlinski is currently a Senior Fellow with Discovery Institute.

The producers of the critically acclaimed documentary "Icons of Evolution" recently sat down for an interview with Dr. Berlinski. The interview was a lucid and entertaining critique of Darwinian evolution.

Some will find him persuasive, others simply inflammatory. Perhaps the best way to describe him would be from one of the nation's leading advocates of "Darwin-only Education." She called him "incorrigible."
DVD, 55 min. — Item #267

Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution I

Martin, Dr. Jobe

* Are there really creatures that produce fire to defend themselves?
* How does a giraffe get a drink without causing lethal blood pressure to his brain?
* How can geckos walk upside down, even on glass, and not fall?

INCREDIBLE CREATURES THAT DEFY EVOLUTION I presents powerful evidence that proves that animal designs can only be attributed to a creator. They cannot possibly be explained by evolution. This program will inspire you to look more closely at the world around you.

Topics include:
* Bombardier Beetle
* Giraffe
* Woodpecker
* Australian Incubator Bird
* The Chicken Egg
* Platypus
* Black & Yellow Garden Spider
* Gecko & Chuckwalla Lizards
* Human Eye & Ear Drum
DVD, 50 min. — Item #219

Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution II

Martin, Dr. Jobe

Have you ever wondered...
* How certain birds can navigate over thousands of miles of ocean and never get lost?
* How fireflies and glowworms can create pure light that generates no heat?
* How great whales can dive to the bottom of the ocean without the pressure causing them to implode?
* How some creatures can be cut in half and still regenerate themselves, even grow a new head?

INCREDIBLE CREATURES THAT DEFY EVOLUTION II presents powerful evidence that proves that animal designs can only be attributed to a creator. They cannot possibly be explained by evolution. These programs will inspire you to look more closely at the world around you.

Topics include:
* Whales
* Sonar
* Pacific Golden Plover (Migration)
* Homing Pigeons
* Dragonfly
* Hippopotamus
* Glow Worms and Fireflies
* Bears
* Elephants
* Earthworms
* Peppered Moth
* Sparrow
* Reptiles to Bird Evolution
* Penguins
DVD, 50 min. — Item #37

Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution III

Martin, Dr. Jobe

Have you ever wondered...
* What kind of bird can kill a lion with a single kick?
* How can some dogs know that a storm is coming before it appears, or can sense when their masters are about to experience a seizure?
* Which creature perplexes scientists because of its amazing ability to heal itself, even when it sustains horrendous injuries?
* How do Emperor Penguins go two and a half months without eating or drinking?

INCREDIBLE CREATURES THAT DEFY EVOLUTION III enters the fascinating world of animals to reveal sophisticated and complex designs that shake the traditional foundations of evolutionary theory.

Topics include:
* Lampsylis Mussel
* Horses
* Ostrichs
* Hummingbirds
* Vestigial Organs
* Dogs
* Manatees
* Elephants
* Butterflies
* A section on designs and designers
* Cuttle Fish
* Penguins
* Milopina Bee and Vanilla
DVD, 80 min. — Item #38

India: Souls of the Brave (Dispatches from the Front #4)

Dispatches from the Front continues in India, where, beyond its storied past, brilliant colors, and puzzling diversity, are the sorrows of caste and the shadows of prison walls where millions live in chains to gods of their own making. See this land of stark contrasts, from the squalor of an Untouchables' encampment to the dazzling symmetry of the Taj Mahal.

Go inside India's Temple of Doom, and take a boat on the Ganges to the holiest city of Hinduism, where pilgrims in vain wash away their sins in its muddy waters. Travel to a secret baptismal service and gather with believers by lamplight as they rejoice over Jesus and the fellowship of His sufferings. SOULS OF THE BRAVE is a story of extraordinary love and extraordinary sacrifice as believers take up their cross, follow Christ, and never look back.
DVD, appx. 57 min. — Item #1876


INDIVISIBLE is the extraordinary true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather, whose lives are fully devoted to serving God, family, and country. But when war etches deep battle scars - both overseas and on the home front - the Turners' rock-solid marriage is shaken to its core.

Carrying the burdens the other can't comprehend, they must decide if they're willing to face one more battle: the fight to save their marriage. From the director of The Grace Card and the studio that brought you Fireproof and War Room comes Indivisible, the story of one marriage...one family...under God.
DVD, 119 min. — Item #2176

Indonesia: Island Jihad

The most populated Muslim nation in the world is also home of some of the most courageous Christians!

Join VOM workers as they travel though Indonesia and interview our brothers and sisters who have endured extreme persecution at the hands of radical Muslims.

In this new video release from The Voice of the Martyrs, you will meet Christians like Adel and Methu who were separated for 18 months after Adel was kidnapped by Muslims from a neighboring island. You will also meet Johannes whose head was nearly severed and who now wants to be a missionary to his Islamic countrymen. And you will hear firsthand accounts of overcoming faith from one of today's most persecuted nations.

This video contains dramatic footage of what many of our brothers and sisters are currently facing in Indonesia. But beyond the persecution are incredible stories of their undying love for Jesus Christ.

You will also view reports of what VOM is doing to help those facing an ISLAND JIHAD.

Please note: This video is not intended for children.
DVD, 20 min. — Item #352

Inherently Wind - A Hollywood History of the Scopes Trial

Menton, Dr. David

In one of his most popular talks, Dr. Menton exposes the distortions and inaccuracies in the play and movie Inherit the Wind. An influential propaganda piece, Inherit the Wind has deceived millions with the false belief that Christians went on a witch hunt to stop john Scopes from teaching evolution. In reality it was set up by the American Civil Liberties Union!
DVD, 74 min. — Item #16

The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

After making her way to China to become a missionary, an English parlor maid (Bergman) wins the heart of Eurasian colonel (Jurgens) and the respect of the local Mandarin (Donat). But her greatest accomplishment is leading 100 homeless children to safety across enemy-held terrain during Japan's invasion of China.

Adapted from the novel the "The Small Woman" about the true-life story of Gladys Aylward, this powerfully poignant film is inspiring entertainment from beginning to end.
DVD, 158 min. — Item #216

The Insanity of God

THE INSANITY OF GOD is the true story of missionaries Nik and Ruth Ripken. After the death of their son, this ordinary couple journeys into the depths of the persecuted church, asking the question: IS JESUS WORTH IT? How does faith survive, let alone flourish in the places of the world that are overcome with the darkness of sin, despair and hopelessness? Join the Ripkens as the tell the story of being taught by believers in persecution -- how to follow Jesus, how to love Jesus, and how to walk with Him day by day even when it does not make sense.
DVD — Item #2171

Intelligent Design: From the Big Bang to Irreducible Complexity

In this engaging interview, Professor Michael Behe explains how evidence from the Big Bang, the chemical origin of life, natural selection and biological systems all point to Intelligent Design. After being entrenched in neo-Darwinian explanations during his college years, Behe describes his pilgrimage back to critical thinking. He addresses questions about the limits of science, why theistic presuppositions are superior to naturalistic and materialistic presuppositions within science, and how Intelligent Design opens new empirical areas of research.

Michael J. Behe is professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. He received his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978. His current research involves delineation of design and natural selection in discrete subsystems of DNA replication. In addition to publishing over 35 articles in refereed biochemical journals he has also written editorial features in The New York Times, Boston Review, the American Spectator and National Review. His book, "Darwin's Black Box" (The Free Press, 1996) discusses the implications for Neo-Darwinism of what he calls "irreducibly complex" biochemical systems. The book, which went through twelve printings before being issued in paperback, has been cited and reviewed internationally in over one hundred publications, and was recently named by National Review and World magazine as one of the one hundred most important books of the 20th century.
DVD, 57 min. — Item #264

Into the Amazon: One Lost World, Thirty Men, Seven Mysteries

Join Doug Phillips and his team of thirty men on an adventure you will never forget -- to the Amazon jungle, high into the Andes Mountains, and to the Great Peruvian Desert -- and bring your entire family! Explore piranha-infested rivers and vampire bat caves, discover strange insects and fascinating plant life, fly over the strange Nazca lines, and encounter the remains of pagan civilizations that continue to negatively influence modern cultures. Together your family will discover why the Amazon is one of the most controversial places on earth, and your children will learn the truth in the battle between radical environmentalism and biblical Christianity.

By watching these seven exciting jungle, mountain, and desert adventures, your family will learn why wise dominion and stewardship for the glory of God are the proper response to the spirit of evolutionism and pantheism that is crippling man's approach to the world's resources.

* Mystery 1: The Mystery of the Meaning of the Amazon
* Mystery 2: The Mystery of the Lost Legacy of Adventure & Dominion
* Mystery 3: The Mystery of the Strange Creatures of the Amazon
* Mystery 4: The Mystery of the Plants of the Amazon
* Mystery 5: The Mystery of the Lost Tribes
* Mystery 6: The Mystery of the Ica Stones & the Great Peruvian Desert
* Mystery 7: The Mystery of Machu Picchu and the Mighty Inca Empire
DVD, 4 DVDs, over 400 min. in 7 episodes — Item #1298

The Intricacies of Flight

McIntosh, Dr. Andy

How can evolutionists explain the ability of birds, bats and insects to fly? The answer is simple -- they can't! Dr. Andy McIntosh answers all the important questions about this dilemma among evolutionists. Flight -- an amazing testimony to the Creator!
DVD, 60 min. — Item #154

An Introduction to "When I Don't Desire God: How to Fight for Joy" (Group Study)

Piper, John

Is the command to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind just another decision of the will, or is it an urging to truly enjoy God and feel pleasure in him? And if Scripture does instruct us not to just think or act a certain way but to feel a certain way in our hearts, then what should we do when our emotions aren't motivating us to seek God or to find our satisfaction in him?

Pastor John Piper answers these and other essential questions in this guideded group study. His six, 30-minutes DVD teachings, along with the companion Study Guide, resoundingly communicate that we must fight for joy because delight in god is the hallmark of Christianity. Yet here is a clear reminder too that we do not strive alone.

1. The Fight for Joy is Essential (Part 1)
2. The Fight for Joy is Essential (Part 2)
3. How to Fight and What to Fight For (Part 1)
4. How to Fight and What to Fight For (Part 2)
5. Strategies for the Fight (Part 1)
6. Strategies for the Fight (Part 2)
DVD, Six 30-minute lectures — Item #273

Irreducible Complexity: The Biochemical Challenge to Darwinian Theory

Behe, Dr. Michael

In his ORIGIN OF SPECIES, Charles Darwin stated, "If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed by numerous successive slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down."

Using examples of bacterial motors, cilia, vision, cellular transport, and more, Dr. Michael Behe, Professor of Biochemistry, Lehigh University, makes a persuasive case that the neo-Darwinian theory of evolution is beyond repair. In this thought-provoking lecture at Princeton University in 1997, Professor Behe addresses a number of vital questions related to the origin of biological systems:

* How does the existence of irreducibly complex biomechanical systesm falsify neo-Darwinian theory?

* Are there more plausible explanations for the complexity of life?

* Are we ultimately the result of undirected materialistic processes or the result of intelligent design?

* Are there other areas of science that point to an intelligent design?

Incorporating computer animations of numerous bilogical systems, this presentation brings Michael Behe's book DARWIN'S BLACK BOX to life.
DVD, 101 min. — Item #44

Is Genesis History?

Tackett, Dr. Del

A fascinating new look at the biblical, historical, and scientific evidence for Creation and the Flood. Learn from more than a dozen scientists and scholars as they explore the world around us in light of Genesis. Dr. Del Tackett, creator of "The Truth Project," hikes through canyons, climbs up mountains, and dives below the sea in an exploration of two competing views ... one compelling truth.

"Millions of people have sincere questions about the origins of the earth and humanity," Tackett said. "And there are contrasting views of our history, one of which is in the book of Genesis. The question is, which view is accurate? IS GENESIS HISTORY? makes a positive case that the Bible is historically reliable."
DVD, 101 min. — Item #2134

Is Genesis History? (Blu-Ray Disc)

Tackett, Dr. Del

A fascinating new look at the biblical, historical, and scientific evidence for Creation and the Flood. Learn from more than a dozen scientists and scholars as they explore the world around us in light of Genesis. Dr. Del Tackett, creator of "The Truth Project," hikes through canyons, climbs up mountains, and dives below the sea in an exploration of two competing views ... one compelling truth.

"Millions of people have sincere questions about the origins of the earth and humanity," Tackett said. "And there are contrasting views of our history, one of which is in the book of Genesis. The question is, which view is accurate? IS GENESIS HISTORY? makes a positive case that the Bible is historically reliable."
DVD, 101 min. — Item #2135

Is One True Religion Even Possible?

Craig, William Lane

Religious pluralism is commonly pushed in every corner of the religious market today. Our youth are practically spoon-fed the idea in an effort to support "tolerance". But a conflict arises when truth meets tolerance on the battlefield and only one can come out victorious.

Dr. William Lane Craig firmly believes that all religions are not the same, and should not be treated as so. At the beginning of this lecture he quickly points out several radical differences in the theology of today's major accepted religions. In showing that every religion cannot possibly be true at the same time, Dr. Craig faces the obvious opposition that they could all be false. It is towards this question that he directs the remainder of his lecture.

Through a series of logical arguments, Dr. Craig attempts to show how a monotheistic worldview is quite compatible with our current view of reality. Dr. Craig boldly faces the difficult questions and seemingly logical inconsistencies that so many skeptics have posed over centuries of debate, questions such as "how could an all-loving God still allow people to go to hell?" and "is it just for people never to hear the Gospel and yet still be condemned?" As Dr. Craig argues, to prevent a logical inconsistency from invalidating Christianity, one must only present a possible counter example or show why the logical inconsistency does not actually exist in the first place. For instance, in answer to the age old question "why doesn't God make a world where everyone can freely be saved?" Dr. Craig points out that the idea of "freely making someone do something" is a logical inconsistency in and of itself. Therefore, this is not a valid question to be asking. The video concludes with a brief question and answer session.

William Lane Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California. He is the author of Theism, Atheism, and Big Bang Cosmology; Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus; Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview; and his signature book, Reasonable Faith.
DVD, 69 min. — Item #262

It Not Greek To Me

Friel, Todd

At just the right time, God fulfilled His promise to send a Messiah. What made two thousand years ago the right time? The Greek Language!

God's sovereign design was to use Greek when it was the language of the entire world so every nation could understand the Good news. More than that, Greek is a far more precise language than Old Testament Hebrew allowing for a far more precise understanding of theology. God has very good timing!

By studying Biblical Greek, you will:

* Learn how to read your New Testament in the original language.
* Learn enough Greek grammar to understand every Greek reference your pastor makes.
* Get more out of Bible footnotes and commentaries.
* Do your own word studies to know exactly what God intended to communicate.

The Good news is, you will not have to memorize a ton of stuff! This is a very basic Greek primer to simply help you grasp the Greek language to better study your Bible and know God Better.

IT'S NOT GREEK TO ME is perfect for:

* Individual or family study.
* Sunday school classes(ten lessons, ten weeks).
* Homeschoolers.
* Students preparing for first year Greek.

This study will not go over your head and it will not waste your time. C'mon! Jump in. You will learn the language that God Himself chose to write your New Testament in. Best of all, you will have the skills to understand your Bible better so you can love and follow your Savior better!
DVD — Item #1866

Jan Amos Comenius: Father of Modern Education

Comenius lived in the 17th century. He is commonly hailed as the "Father of Modern Education." His fascinating and tragic life is caught up in the atrocities of the Thirty Years War. Exiled from his beloved Czechoslovakia as a Protestant leader, Comenius flees persecution and travels across Europe. His startling educational concepts spark historic innovations, while his personal life is a testimony to the persistence of Christian courage.

He loses two wives, battles the plague and has his lifelong writings burned. This major dramatic release shows us the struggles that one was called to bear to remain faithful and make a major impact for the kingdom of God.
DVD, 73 min. — Item #43

Jeremy's Egg

Sometimes being a little different means being a lot more special.

JEREMY'S EGG was inspired by Ida Mae Kempel's award-winning, internationally published, true short story, "What Was in Jeremy's Egg?"

Filmmaker Steve Viall brings you this family feature combining the heart of a classic tale with the adrenaline-pumping action found in the life of a Navy fighter pilot.

JEREMY'S EGG is a surprising and inspirational story about a young boy and the impact he has on the lives of those around him.
DVD, 95 min. — Item #237

John Bunyan: The Journey of a Pilgrim

Pestell, John

A look at the man who wrote The Pilgrim's Progress , the most circulated book of all time, next to the Bible.

This documentary, filmed at the John Bunyan Museum in Bedford, England, presents a fascinating look at the life of John Bunyan, chronicled by Bunyan expert John Pestell, author of Travel with John Bunyan.

Pestell recounts Bunyan's mischievous childhood, the nightmares that plagued him, and the events and influences that impacted his life. It was years later, well into adulthood, that Bunyan finally found inner peace. No longer plagued by fears and insecurities, he began preaching, although it was illegal to do so outside of the State church. This led to his eventual arrest and imprisonment.

During the twelve years he spent in prison, he wrote The Pilgrim's Progress, the story of Christian on his journey of life. When Bunyan was finally released from prison, he took his finished manuscript to a printer, saying, "I have a manuscript of little worth." It became an instant bestseller and remains the world's most circulated book, next to the Bible.
DVD, 42 min. — Item #243

John Hus

Here is an important chapter in the steps leading up to the Reformation. The history books make little mention of this Bohemian priest and scholar who lived 100 years before Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. Yet, John Hus was convinced and taught openly that the Bible should be presented in the language of the people, that salvation comes by faith in Jesus Christ, and the Word of God is the final authority. He taught in the University of Prague and as a pastor, challenged the abuses of medieval Christendom.

Intrigue and false promises weave a powerful story of one man's commitment to faith in Jesus Christ. He was summoned to the Council of Constance and promised safety, but he was betrayed. In the end, Hus was accused, imprisoned, and charged with heresy. Ultimately, he was condemned and burned at the stake as a heretic.
DVD, 55 min. — Item #56

John Wycliffe: The Morning Star

JOHN WYCLIFFE: THE MORNING STAR is a dramatic biography of the life of the 14th century scholar and cleric who translated the Bible into English for the first time.

Wycliffe found himself in the middle of religious, political and social conflicts. An Oxford scholar, one of Europe's most renowned philosophers, he was a defender of English nationalism against the power of the pope and a champion of the poor against the injustices of the rich.

John Wycliffe taught that God's forgiveness cannot be bought with indulgences. He preached that the only true authority is the Word of God, and the Word could only be understood by all if the people could read it in their native tongue.

JOHN WYCLIFFE: THE MORNING STAR captures the trials and heroic struggles of this significant man of faith - the "morning star" of the Reformation.
DVD, 75 min. — Item #210


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 re-creates for you on film her joys and sorrows, her fears and victories, and above all, her faith in the wisdom and certain blessings of a loving heavenly Father.
DVD, 110 min. — Item #211

Joseph in Egypt

Animated Stories From the Bible

"Then Joseph said to them, 'Do not interpretations belong to God? Tell me your dreams.'" - Genesis 40:8b (NIV)

In this classic Old Testament story, young Joseph is sold into slavery by his jealous brothers. When taken from Canaan to the land of Egypt, he does not forget the lessons about God that his father Jacob taught him. Cast into prison for a crime he did not commit, the young Hebrew boy interprets the dreams of his fellow prisoners and earns the respect of all he meets. Finally, in God's perfect timing, Joseph is called upon to interpret Pharaoh's menacing dreams and is thus granted a position of power in Pharaoh's court.

This award-winning Christian video is a terrific way to teach children about favor, virtue, honor, and honesty from the book of Genesis.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #11

Joseph's Reunion

Animated Stories From the Bible

"I am your brother Joseph, the one you sold into Egypt! . . .Do not be angry with yourselves for selling me here, because it was to save lives that God sent me ahead of you." - Genesis 45:4,5 (NIV)

Picture this scene: the drought had stripped Canaan bare of crops. There was no food in sight. Yet there was one place that reported having vast storehouses of food: Egypt!

Jacob knew that unless he acted soon, his entire family would starve. So he sent ten of his sons (all except young Benjamin) to Pharaoh to buy provisions. The brothers never imagined that in Egypt they would find not only food, but the brother they had long ago betrayed and given up for dead!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #12
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1390

The Journey from Unbelief to Faith

Drawn from the backstories of four very different individuals, The Journey from Unbelief to Faith shows God at work in the world. Regardless of our troubled pasts, entrenched beliefs, willful antagonisms, or pre-conceived notions, God can cut through our callous exteriors, making a shambles of the self-deluding facades we erect to keep Him out.

Consider the lives of those interviewed. Disillusioned by a childhood of violence and abuse from her belligerent, alcoholic father, one woman's journey was set in motion by the words on a record album. For an Orthodox Jew it was a lengthy apprenticeship-in the back row of a Christian church-that became for him a brand new kind of life. For a New Age stargazer, a woman deep into Eastern religions who charted other people's futures by astrology, it was an attempt to get Christianity out of her system that eventually won her over. And for one young man, an allegiance to evolutionary theory and science trumped any idea of the spiritual at work in his life, until he grasped the nature of faith.

Hosted with opening comments by Rev. Dr. John Nunes, this four-session Bible study conveys in frank language the lives of individuals who traveled from the outer edge of unbelief and apathy to the Christ-centered faith they now devotedly embrace. That they made the journey at all is testament to the Holy Spirit's persistent work in their lives, transforming their alienation into acceptance-and belief.
DVD, 65 min. — Item #2187

Journey of Life

Moody Science Classics

Witness a fantastic voyage through floods, fire and storms. A valiant struggle for survival against impossible odds. All performed by a perfectly ordinary, yet truly remakable creation: the simple seed.

But JOURNEY OF LIFE is more than a fascinating look at God's design for growing plants. It's also a wonderful picture of the most important voyage of all: the journey of the living seed of God's Word, taking root in human hearts.

This highly acclaimed video urges us to examine God's plan for our lives. And to look beyond present struggles to the promise of eternal life.
DVD, 40 min. — Item #192

Journey to Everest

Join six adventurers as they embark on an amazing journey to the base camp of Mt. Everest and discover for themselves a greater purpose and meaning for their lives. On their way into the Himalayas to begin their trek, they are bumped from a plane flight that crashes in the mountains. All passengers on board perished. As the team struggles with the risky decision of continuing, you will be there at every step. Explore the Hindu/Buddhist world of Kathmandu, trek over cracking glaciers to 17,400 feet, and meet the Christian Nepali pastor who touched their hearts.
DVD, appx. 55 min. — Item #1312

Journeys to the Edge of Creation (Vol. 1 and 2)


Fasten your seat belts! You're about to embark on a space mission, the likes of which you've never experienced before. Travel among the planets. Marvel at their fire and ice, canyons and craters, rings, spots and vapors. For centuries, we have wondered at the world of space. Now you can see it for yourself... and feel the touch of a loving Creator in every magnificent and awe-inspiring detail.



Imagine a "sea" of 200 billion stars. That's our Milky Way, one of the most brilliant and beautiful of God's creations. Travel deep inside to its very core. Experience its pulsars, quasars and mysterious black holes as captured exclusively for NASA by the orbiting Hubble space telescope. Marvel at the order of it all. The grand design. Only the Master Planner could have created it with such precision and loving care.
DVD, 40 min. each, 2 DVDs — Item #183

The Joy of Bach

There is something about this man's music - a spirit, a depth, a delight - that captivates people today. Bach lived more than 200 years ago, but his genius is alive now more than ever.

THE JOY OF BACH demonstrates the universality and incredible energy of Bach's music through a variety of performances. Narrator and host is British actor Brian Blessed, of I, CLAUDIUS fame, who also portrays Bach in scenes from his life filmed in Leipzig and other East German cities where the composer lived.
DVD, 60 min. — Item #39

A Jurassic Ark Mystery

The Creation Adventure Team

The Creation Adventure Team travels the world in a fun-filled quest to uncover the mysteries of the dinosaurs. When did they live? How did they die? What do their remains reveal? What about Noah's Flood, and were there dinosaurs on the Ark? Join the adventure as Buddy and the team explore the "X-tinct Files" to reveal the incredible answer to the great dinosaur mystery!
DVD, 40 min. — Item #25

Kids' Most Asked Questions... About Science and the Bible!

Purdom, Dr. Georgia

God designed humans to be curious about the world and universe around them. This is especially obvious in children. Most of their questions are pretty easy. But what about the questions that can stump even mom & dad?

* What happened to the dinosaurs?
* Why did grandpa have to die?
* Where did we come from?
* Did God really create the world or did it evolve?
* Could aliens be real?

Kids today are bombarded with false information from TV, the internet, school, movies, and books about the past. As Christians, we need to give them the true answers from God's Word (beginning in Genesis) and show them how science confirms the Bible's truth.

In this new video, Dr. Georgia Purdom reveals simple, Bible-based answers that parents can use with children of all ages!
DVD, 47 min. — Item #1940

Kids' Ten Commandments (The Complete Collection)

The voices of Peter Strauss, Paul Winfield, Jodie Benson, Tim Curry, Rene Auberjonois, Lou Diamond Phillips, John Scheider, and Tom Bosley bring to life the KIDS' TEN COMMANDMENTS animated mini-movie series. State-of-the-art animation, original music, and great stories make this fun-loving series entertaining and educational. Kids learn biblical values as they discover the truth about God's love.

Commandments 1 & 2 - "The Not So Golden Calf" is the adventure of a lifetime as 11-year-old Seth (Chris Marquette), his Mom, Leila (Jodi Benson), and his quirky animal companions learn firsthand the meaning of two of God's commandments - "Do not worship any other gods besides me" and "Do not make idols of any kind." While Moses (Peter Strauss) is up on Mount Sinai, the people of Israel lose faith and are convinced by Hazzaka (Tim Curry) to build an idol and worship another god.

Commandments 3 & 4 - "The Rest Is Yet To Come": 11-year-old Seth (Chris Marquette), and his quirky animal companions learn firsthand the meaning of two of God's commandments - "Do not misuse the name of the Lord your God" and "Remember to observe the Sabbath day by keeping it holy." While Seth's Mom (Jodi Benson) is away, he gets stuck working for Jeshanah (Rene Auberjonois), a greedy old man who breaks these commandments in his quest for riches and then suffers the consequences.

Commandments 5 & 6 - "A Life And Seth Situation": 11 year-old Seth (Chris Marquette) and his best friend, Ephraim, learn the meaning of two of God's commandments - "Honor your Father and Mother" and "Do Not Murder." In their quest for excitement, the boys head into the desert against their parents' better advice. Dangerous journeys through a wild sandstorm and encounters with a menacing bandit (Special Guest Star Lou Diamond Phillips) and his wild jackal named Odiferous turn the boy's overnight campout into an adventure of a lifetime. Kids will want to watch this action-filled, entertaining story over and over again as they learn firsthand what it was like to live in the camp of the people of Israel as they tried to follow God's instructions for their lives.

Commandments 7 & 8 - "Stolen Jewels, Stolen Hearts" helps kids understand the meaning and importance of two of God's commandments - "Do not commit adultery" and "Do not steal." Trouble comes to the Israelites' camp when Simeon (Special Guest Star John Schneider), a handsome singer, literally turns the tents upside down with his lively songs and pocket-picking monkey, Martel. "Anything goes," is Simeon's rule as he unsuccessfully tries to steal the heart of another man's wife. Meanwhile, Amos the rat becomes the "fall guy" for Martel as he steals valuables from people in the camp. Kids will want to watch this action-filled, entertaining story over and over again as they learn about God and his instructions for their lives.

Commandments 9 & 10 - "Toying With The Truth" helps kids understand the meaning and importance of two of God's commandments - "Do not testify falsely against your neighbor" and "Do not covet." The finest clothes, the best toys, the coolest pet...Seth becomes jealous of his best friend Ephraim, and longs to be "the boy who has everything." When he accidentally breaks Ephraim's amazing one-of-a-kind toy, Seth keeps quiet and lets his friend take the blame until wise Ben-Ami, the toy maker, helps guide him to do what's right. Join the adventure as God's presence fills the tabernacle and the people of Israel continue their journey to the Promised Land in the "Kid's Ten Commandments" series finale.
DVD, each video appx. 30 min. — Item #1428

La Pregunta Mas Grande

¿Cuanto tiempo has gastado haciendote la pregunta, "¿Que ropa llevare hoy?"
¿Cuanta energia has gastado planeando tus vacaciones?
¿Cuanto descanso has perdido preocupandote por tu jubilacion?
Aunque esas son preguntas importantes, ¿Cuanto tiempo has invertido meditando sobre La Pregunta Mas Grande?

Los filosofos dicen que hay tres preguntas filosoficas que cada ser humano debiera considerar:
- ¿Quien soy?
- ¿Porque estoy aqui?
- ¿Hay algun proposito para mi vida?

Esas son preguntas MUY importantes, pero palidecen en comparacion con La Pregunta Mas Grande.

Acompana a Yonathan Moris y Miguel Esparza mientras ellos revelan La Pregunta Mas Grande.

¿Cual es la respuesta? ¡Esa te corresponde a ti!
DVD — Item #1851

Last Flight Out

Rescuing the woman he loves will be Dan Hogan's biggest adventure yet. LAST FLIGHT OUT is a daring international rescue that could have been torn straight from today's headlines.

Dan (Richard Tyson, Black Hawk Down), a repo pilot, is hired to rescue his lost love, medical missionary Dr. Ann Williams (Bobbie Phillips, Chameleon). Sporadic reports to Ann's family reveal that ruthless drug runner General Salazar (Rene Moreno, Band of Brothers) has terrorized her Colombian village seeking slave labor. It's time to get her out.

Despite the imminent danger, Ann refuses to leave without the oppressed villagers that she's come to love. With a rescue plane large enough for only 10 and General Salazar breathing down his neck, Dan appears to have met his match. Strap in for heart-pounding action as you take the LAST FLIGHT OUT.
DVD, 83 min. — Item #347

The Last Sin Eater

THE LAST SIN EATER was taken from the best selling novel by Francine Rivers. It stars Henry Thomas and Louise Fletcher and has an awesome testimony of the redemptive work of Christ in our lives.

Cadi Forbes is not only mourning the recent loss of her beloved grandmother, but she also feels responsible for the earlier death of her little sister. In her quest for redemption, Cadi seeks out the one man she feels can take away her sin -- the Sin Eater. But when she uncovers a dark secret about the mystical practice, it threatens to divide her family and her community. Ultimately, the young girl discovers the truth about absolution. This penetrating drama delivers an emotional wallop even as it spreads it profound message about faith.
DVD, 117 min. — Item #249

The Life of William Tyndale (How Do We Know the Bible Is True? Series)

Edwards, Brian

All who speak the English language owe William Tyndale a great debt. At a time when reading the Bible in English was punishable by death, Tyndale was used mightily of God to translate and print the Scriptures. Tyndale was an extraordinary man who provided God's Word in English to the common man, giving ordinary people the opportunity to read God's Word for himself. Tyndale's work has influenced English translations for over 400 years!

HOW DO WE KNOW THE BIBLE IS TRUE? is an essential primer of basic Christianity and apologetics that every believer should know. A 4-part collection, it is excellent for personal enrichment and small group studies.
DVD, appx 45 min. — Item #1425

The List

By the age of twelve, Jack Stone had experienced more life grit than most adults. In desperation, he decides to grab the controls, make a list as his roadmap and set out to accomplish life his way. Fifteen years of life on the street and clawing up from the bottom later, we find Jack as a successful lawyer. He's done well on his own, crossed a lot off his list and added more. But, he hasn't factored God into the plan. God hasn't seemed to be around much in the past-- so can Jack trust Him with the future? As life continues to take its toll and tragedies strike, will Jack relinquish the power of his list in order to gain all he's ever wanted?
DVD, appx. 114 min. — Item #2113

Living Hope

LIVING HOPE is the story of three extraordinary individuals who have devoted their lives to serving the poor in South Africa. It is a feature length documentary created by the filmmakers behind Journey to Everest, Apostles of Comedy, and Honoring a Father's Dream: Sons of Lwala.

John Thomas, a pastor who is leading his church to serve the sick, hungry, and dying in the communities that surround them. Journey beside John through the neighborhoods where they work, meet the people their ministry has impacted, and hear from his heart why they chose to make a stand for the poor.

Joey Lankford, a businessman and father of four who moved his young family from the United States to Cape Town. Journey beside Joey as he equips men and women with job skills, and leads them out of the bondage of poverty.

Leonie Rustin, a single mom and nursing assistant, who turned from a life of crippling drug addiction to follow Christ. Journey beside Leonie as she attempts to help other in her community unshackle the chains of addiction and prostitution.
DVD, appx. 90 min — Item #2156

Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth

LIVING WATERS: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth is a fascinating exploration of life in the liquid universe that covers more than 70% of our planet.

Filmed in Canada, Bermuda, Polynesia, Mexico, and the United States, this remarkable documentary celebrates the beauty and brilliance of the biological systems that make life in the oceans possible. Extraordinary cinematography and computer animation open stunning windows of discovery, including:

* A spectacular tour of a dolphin's internal sonar system-a mechanism so powerful and precise, the animals can locate and capture small fish buried in the sand.

* The magnetic compass embedded in the head of a sea turtle-a biological wonder that guides these long-distance travelers as they journey across thousands of miles of open sea.

* A Pacific salmon's amazing sense of smell-an elaborate navigational aid that leads the fish back from years in the ocean to the gravel stream bed where it was born.

* The power and majestic grace of a humpback whale-a creature whose existence defies the theory of Darwinian evolution.

Each leg of this cinematic odyssey is highlighted by cutting edge research and compelling evidence for purpose and design. LIVING WATERS is an unforgettable film that challenges scientific materialism with the timeless truth about the origin and complexity of life on Earth.
DVD, 68 min. — Item #2099

A Long Way Home

Amid the splendor of breath-taking scenery, relive the pain, anguish, and final victory as a firstborn son, restless, bored and yearning for a life in the fast lane, leaves home for the big cities of Europe.

Experience a father's unheeded warning: "Man has choices. But often he acts like the fish in the lake. They have all the food they need yet they're often tempted by something that's flashy, different, just because it's an unknown. Often that unknown bears a hidden hook. I can point the hooks out to you, but I can't stop you from swallowing them."

Follow young Erik through the journey of the Prodigal Son. Feel the ultimate rejoicing when the wayward son turns home.
DVD, 53 min. — Item #413

Lucy - She's No Lady!

Menton, Dr. David

Confused about the discovery of Lucy, a "missing link" between monkeys and humans? Anatomist Dr. David Menton leaves no doubt that the famous "Lucy" fossils belong to a knuckle-walking, apelike creature... who was not a lady!
DVD, 59 min. — Item #22


Joseph Fiennes stars as Martin Luther, the brilliant man of God whose defiant actions changed the world, in this epic film that traces Luther's extraordinary and exhilarating quest for the people's liberation.

Regional princes and the powerful Church wield a fast, firm and merciless grip on 16th-century Germany. But when Martin Luther issues a shocking challenge to their authority, the people declare him their new leader - and hero. Even when threatened with violent death, Luther refuses to back down, sparking a bloody revolution that shakes the entire continent to its core.
DVD, 124 min. — Item #61


On April 18, 2007 three men were tortured and killed inside a Bible distribution office in Malatya, Turkey.

The three men were leaders in a small church of Malatya and their killers were five teenagers, each carrying a note which read, "We did this for our country. They were attacking our religion."

The murders sent a shockwave throughout Turkey, devastating the three thousand Turkish Christians, a remnant living amongst millions who oppose their very existence. And yet, the mercy of God as never before to an awestruck nation.

"Most Christians don't have a clue what it means to be the confessing church in the heart of darkness. MALATYA is a shattering wake-up call." - Tracy Groot, author of "Madman"

"The MALATYA film gives gritty, realistic, unassuming access into the lives of the widows and families, as well as the church-body that is still grieving in Turkey." - DesiringGod.org
DVD, 69 min. — Item #353

Malcolm Muggeridge

A twentieth-century testimony from the "old Curmudgeon" -- A warm, engaging encounter with the controversial journalist near the end of his incredible life.

Malcolm Muggeridge reflects a half century of covering the great events of our century's history and where it all brought him as a person.

We follow him to his country estate, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, where he is immortalized along with others of the greats, and to the Holy Land, where Muggeridge found the answers to his deepest questions.

In his own inimitable, provocative, and entertaining style Muggeridge exposes the twentieth century's idolatries, ideologies, and pretenses, and explains why they all crumble before the reality that he as a latecomer found in the person of Christ.
DVD, 43 min. — Item #214

The Mammoth and the Ice Age

Oard, Dr. Michael

Why do we find frozen woolly mammoths and mammoth bones all over Siberia? How did these hairy elephants survive their hostile environment and what suddenly killed them? You'll be captivated as scientist Michael Oard unravels the baffling mystery of the Ice Age that followed the biblical Flood!
DVD, 36 min. — Item #181

The Man from Aldersgate

Through the powerful medium of drama, The Man From Aldersgate brings to life John Wesley and his dynamic ministry. Wesley tells how his transformation through faith in Jesus Christ sparked a revival that changed England and America. He exhorts his audience to embrace a more disciplined life of faith through his teachings from the Word of God. As John Wesley shares, you will gain new insights into the importance of prayer, how personal failure can teach us to trust Christ, how religion is the most dangerous idol of all, and how a mother's faith can shape a child's destiny.
DVD, 82 min. — Item #49

Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure

When Uncle John forbids Mandie from joining his dangerous quest to keep an old promise, Mandie and her newfound mother take matters into their own hands. Joined by friends, they embark on a harrowing journey by train to protect Mandie's stubborn Uncle John. Grand adventures ensue as they race to outwit evil conspirators and dare to face the secrets of Lost Antler Cave-Mine.

However, Mandie's most difficult challenge arises when she realizes that success will land her face to face with the one person she never wanted to meet.
DVD, appx. 103 min. — Item #1404

Mandie and the Forgotten Christmas

Thrust into the chaotic and unfamiliar world of a boarding school at Christmas, Mandie finds herself hounded by new rules and regulations at every turn. Unable to grasp the finer points of high society, she constantly falls into trouble with Miss Heathwood, the headmistress.

While visiting the school's forbidden attic, Mandie stumbles upon a mystery from which she is warned to flee. Seeking the truth will require Mandie to lie, but it just might provide the key that unlocks the memories of a long forgotten Christmas.
DVD, appx. 103 min. — Item #1405

Mandie and the Secret Tunnel

When unexpected events drive Mandie Shaw from her log cabin home in 1899, she convinces Cherokee friends to guide the way through North Carolina's treacherous Blue Ridge Mountains. They reach Uncle John's extravagant mansion, only to discover that his ship has been lost at sea. However, caretaker Jason Bond (Dean Jones) allows Mandie to remain.

When strangers arrive claiming to be heirs to Uncle John's fortune, Mandie and her friends find themselves in a race through hidden passageways. Driven by stories her Father used to tell, Mandie scrambles to piece together clues and outwit imposters before they steal her future, only to discover a magnificent surprise from her past.
DVD, appx. 103 min. — Item #1403

Martin Luther

Throughout history, certain men have come forth to change its course, to decisively influence how society behaves and what it believes. One such man was Martin Luther, the founder of the Protestant Reformation movement. This dramatic Academy Award nominated feature film portrays the life of one of the most important men in history.

This film traces the life of Martin Luther in the 16th century, his beliefs, his battles with the Roman Catholic hierarchy, and his vision. Beginning with his life as a monk with the Order of St. Augustine, his reforming ideas about his faith and religion began to take shape. Luther saw that men must live by faith, not dogma. He could not see God as a condemning judge. Burdened by guilt, Luther reiterated his beliefs in a monumental thesis of no indulgences. Facing a growing hostility from a Rome he saw as increasingly deified, Luther clarified his positions and sought to remove the man-made errors that he felt existed in the church. Climaxing with a dramatic debate and his eventual separation from the Church, this extraordinary film depicts not only Luther's life, but the diverse social and political forces at work in society at that time.
DVD, 105 min., B&W — Item #212

Martin the Cobbler

This folktale from Leo Tolstoy's is narrated by his daughter Alexandra. Tolstoy regarded this tale ("Where Love Is God Is") and "Truths We Live By" as his best works, referring to them as "stories that give you something for your soul, for your mind."

Martin is a cobbler who lives alone, is very sad, and has given up on life. His wife and only son have died, and he is angry at God as well as the neighboring townsfolk who seem oblivious to his painful loneliness. Then a holy man leaves a Bible that needs rebinding. Martin eventually picks it up and reads the story of the rich, young merchant who invited the Lord to be his guest but failed to show him the ordinary signs of hospitality. As the story develops we see how the Lord comes to Martin and how he recognizes the Lord in the most surprising ways. A powerful program with a message of hope.
DVD, 27 min. — Item #266

The Martyrs' Cry

Thirteen Sudanese boys are captured by the Islamic Army. Only nine survive to tell their dramatic story...

Rikka, an Indonesian teenage Christian, had a piece of broken glass forced against her stomach as she was told to deny Christ...

Ruth, a Vietnamese Hmong Christian, has witnessed so much persecution she no longer fears what the authorities can do to her. She is willing to die for Christ!

They live in different parts of the world and have grown up in different cultures, but they share one thing in common. They are more than conquerors in some of the worst persecution known to man for their faith in Jesus Christ. "Join" your brothers and sisters in Sudan, Southeast Asia, and Indonesia as they testify to the sufferings they have endured and how their faith allowed them to hold fast to the Rock of Salvation.

Filmed on location and hosted by CNN's David Goodnow, this video brings you face to face with your persecuted family.
DVD, 27 min. — Item #351

The Mayflower Pilgrims

Towards the end of the 16th Century, in a quiet corner of England, well away from the mainstream of Elizabethan life, an apparently insignificant religious movement emerged. It was composed of a small band of largely anonymous people who believed in a simple form of worship, away from the ritualized trappings of the established Church of the day. These people were known as Separatists.

No one then could possibly have guessed what a huge impact these faithful Christians would have on world history. But when, in 1620, after years of sacrifice and hardship, they arrived on the shores of the New World in a tiny ship, they carried in their hearts a set of beliefs which would form the bedrock values for the world's most popular democracy... America, a nation engendered by the idea of freedom, and expression, of religious belief.

History has given these remarkable people a name... the Mayflower Pilgrims. This is their story.
DVD, 43 min. — Item #159

Mercy Rule

MERCY RULE is a baseball adventure for the whole family, starring Kirk Cameron and his wife, Chelsea. Parents and kids alike will be inspired by the story of the Miller family as they learn life's lessons of mercy, patience, sacrifice, legacy and trusting God. Co-starring Bas Rutten and comedian Tim Hawkins and written by bestselling author N.D. Wilson, MERCY RULE will teach your family what it means to be a "No Quit Family." The DVD also includes a family study guide for further discussion of the important messages in MERCY RULE.
DVD, 117 min. — Item #1402

Metamorphosis: The Beauty and Design of Butterflies

Throughout history, butterflies have fascinated artists and philosophers, scientists and schoolchildren with their profound mystery and beauty. In METAMORPHOSIS you will explore their remarkable world as few ever have before.

Spectacular photography, computer animation and magnetic resonance imaging open once hidden doors to every stage of a butterfly's life-cycle. From an egg the size of a pinhead to a magnificent flying insect. It is a transformation so incredible biologists have called it "butterfly magic."

The butterfly's superbly engineered body is magnified hundreds of times to reveal compound eyes made of thousands of individual lenses, wings covered with microscopic solar panels, and navigational systems that unerringly guide Monarch butterflies on their annual migration from Canada to Mexico.

How did these extraordinary creatures come into being? Are they the products of a blind, undirected process? Or were they designed by an intelligent cause?

Filmed in North, Central, and South America, METAMORPHOSIS is an unforgettable documentary filled with the joys of discovery and wonder.
DVD, appx. 64 min. — Item #1420

The Middle East: The Fourth Man (Dispatches from the Front #10)

"He is risen!" -- three words that change everything. This wonderfully good news that was first announced to the women at the Empty Tomb is still being declared boldly in the Middle East by the Risen King's messengers! Dispatches from the Front goes into this region of centuries-old darkness and division that is now overshadowed by the fierce violence of ISIS terror. Yet, the Gospel is powerfully at work in the Middle East, and Christ is building His Church there just as He said He would. Neither the gates of hell nor the gates of Islam can withstand the work of our Risen King! From mega-cities in Arabia to refugee camps left in the wake of ISIS terror, THE FOURTH MAN goes beyond the headlines to showcase the Gospel's power to save, the mercy and love of believers, and their abiding joy as Christ walks through the fires of persecution with them.
DVD, 67 min. — Item #2182

Monumental: In Search of America's National Treasure

Cameron, Kirk

MONUMENTAL is the story of America's beginnings. Presented, produced, and starring Kirk Cameron, the 90-minute true story follows this father of six across Europe and the U.S. as he seeks to discover America's true "national treasure" - the people, places, and principles that made America the freest, most prosperous and generous nation the world has ever known.

MONUMENTAL is heralded as "inspiring," "beautifully executed," "powerful," and "one meant to teach."

Long regarded as "the land of opportunity," there's no question the tiny band of religious outcasts who founded this country hit upon a formula for success that went way beyond what they could have imagined. How else can you explain the fact that they established a nation that has become the best example of civil, economic and religious liberty the world has ever known?

What formula did they discover? What motivated them to come here in the first place? More importantly, how can we apply these same foundational truths today?
DVD, 84 min. — Item #1427

Moody Science Adventures: Flying on Wings of Beauty / The Long Journey


FLYING ON WINGS OF BEAUTY examines one small creature in God's animal kingdom -- the butterfly. You'll marvel at the brilliant color and detailed patterns that God placed on each butterfly. Learn how the butterfly travels literally hundreds of miles to a warmer climate during the winter months. And that's just the beginning of the wonderful, interesting facts we examine about the delicate butterfly that God designed.


THE LONG JOURNEY (10 minutes)

At first glance, the salmon may seem to be an unobtrusive, ordinary fish. But the salmon is anything but ordinary. In THE LONG JOURNEY, you'll follow the voyage of mighty salmon on their remarkable trip. Discover how these little fish persevere, following their instincts, until they reach their final destination.



MACHINES OF BEAUTY, an amazing glimpse at how a small seed buried underground bursts forth into a full-sized plant. Through the wonder of time-lapse photography, children can watch plants grow right before their eyes!



Travel with us to explore some of the mysteries of the planets in our solar system in SOMEWHERE OUT THERE.


STREAMS OF LIFE (10 minutes)

STREAMS OF LIFE explores the secrets behind the bloodstream and why it plays such a vital role in the human body. You will actually take a look inside this extensive network as it carries oxygen and other elements crucial to life.


LIFE ON THE MOVE (10 minutes)

LIFE ON THE MOVE traces the path a seed travels on its way to becoming a mature plant.
DVD, 10 min. each / 60 min. total — Item #188

Moody Science Adventures: The Clown-Faced Carpenter / The Wonder of You


During the harsh winter months when many animals have gone south, birds, squirrels and other animals who stay in the cold lands find food high above the snowy grounds. This food is the very acorns that the generous woodpecker has placed in the trees. Only God, the Master Craftsman could make THE CLOWN-FACED CARPENTER to store food for an entire forest.


THE WONDER OF YOU (10 minutes)

A quarterback draws back his arm to pass the football. His eyes focus on the receiver, then he releases the ball with perfect aim. All thanks to the amazing human machine, revealed in THE WONDER OF YOU. Even the finest man-made structures can't match the human skeleton's complexity. In THE WONDER OF YOU, you'll discover how it has everything it needs, down to the finest detail.



Your JOURNEY TO THE STARS will begin with the sun, and then lead on beyond the boundaries of the Milky Way. As you explore the vast reaches of space, you'll be amazed by how much the Creator of the universe cares for you.



Why is our fertile, green earth so different than the surface of the dry, barren moon? Because the earth has WATER WATER EVERYWHERE! In this video presentation, you'll find out why water plays such a crucial role in practically every aspect of our lives, and why we need God's Living Water for eternal life.


A MYSTERY STORY (10 minutes)

A MYSTERY STORY follows the amazing transformation of the caterpillar. You'll see how God protects this insect through several stages of life.


A MATTER OF TASTE (10 minutes)

A MATTER OF TASTE takes a look at the eating habits of five special animals. How do animals know exactly what to eat, what will give them the most nourishment? This video will give you the answer to this question and more!
DVD, 10 min. each / 60 min. total — Item #187

Moody Science Adventures: The Power in Plants / Treasure Hunt

THE POWER IN PLANTS (10 minutes)

A flower splits the sidewalk. A tiny sprout the foundation of a house. You may not realize it, but plants work non-stop! Unfortunately, it happens too slowly for humans to see with the naked eye. So we've used the development of time-lapse photography to reveal the mysterious mechanisms behind THE POWER IN PLANTS in this one-of-a-kind presentation.


TREASURE HUNT (10 minutes)

Whether you find them in the deepest cavern or the nearest salt shaker, or a deep, dark cave, crystals are a treasure worth hunting for. Treasure Hunt will show you how these architectural master-pieces are pieced together. What starts as only a drop of water expands and hardens over time into beautiful crystals. TREASURE HUNT will help you gain a new appreciation for the careful way God has crafted these miracles of His material world.


BUSY AS A BEE (10 minutes)

In BUSY AS A BEE, you'll follow the hard-working bee through her complex and exhausting daily routine- from cleaning cells to "carrying out the trash," guarding against robbers, and gathering food- guided entirely by an amazing accurate inborn pattern.


IT'S A SMALL WORLD (10 minutes)

IT'S A SMALL WORLD introduces you to the complex society that lives within a single drop of water, where exotic rotifers rub elbows with delicate daphnia and dangerous didinium. More importantly, you'll see how this crowded corner of creation teaches valuable lessons for your own social relationships.


ANIMALS MOVE (10 minutes)

What makes snakes slither? Or crabs crawl? From legs to fins to feathers, ANIMALS MOVE shows how every animal on earth has its own special system for getting around.



First there's a scream! And then someone jumps on a chair, or picks up a broom to swat at a tiny eight-legged creature. With EIGHT-LEGGED ENGINEER you'll pay a personal visit to the poor, misunderstood spider. And learn what a skillful, productive powerhouse this little creature really is.
DVD, 10 min. each / 60 min. total — Item #186


Animated Stories From the Bible

"...the angel of the LORD appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. When the LORD saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush, 'Moses! Moses!' And Moses said, 'Here I am.'" - Exodus 3:2,4 (NIV)

Ordered to be put to death because he was a Hebrew son. Rescued by Pharaoh's daughter out of the Nile River. Called through a "burning bush" experience. These powerful statements characterize the Old Testament hero, Moses - Israel's most-honored leader.

This 30-minute, animated Bible video recounts the traumatic early years of Moses' life, his privileged youth in Pharaoh's household, and his dreary days of tending sheep in the Midian desert. Watch God's awesome hand as He moves a tiny baby from a papyrus basket coated with tar and pitch to become the eventual deliverer of Israel!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #7

Mount St. Helens: Explosive Evidence for Catastrophe

Austin, Dr. Steve

Geologist Steve Austin, Ph.D. shares the exciting results of his explorations on Mount St. Helens and its adjacent Spirit Lake.

* Relive the 1980 eruption.

* Observe geologic structures formed rapidly (strata, canyons, log deposits, etc.).

* Apply what is seen to understand the origins of other geologic features (Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, coal deposits, etc.).

* Contemplate the significance of the volcano to our views of Earth, Noah's Flood, man and God.
DVD, 58 min. — Item #32

The Mysterious Islands

"Christians look to Jerusalem; Muslims look to Mecca; but evolutionists look to the Galapagos as the spiritual center of their scientific faith." -- Doug Phillips

At the far end of the world, there exists a strange and unusual chain of islands, resting above vast tectonic plates. This is the world of the Galapagos Archipelago, home to salt-spitting marine iguanas, flightless cormorants, and giant tortoises that can live to be more than 150 years of age. It is also the birthplace of Darwinism, for here in 1835, a young Charles Darwin began to formulate a theory which would turn the world upside down. More than a century and a half later, these mysterious islands remain at the center of a controversy that has shaped the way modern men perceive science, religion, and life itself. The unique ingredients found on the Galapagos have led many of Darwin's followers to describe it as Darwin's Eden -- a "laboratory of evolution".

Now, for the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth and the 150th of his seminal work, On the Origin of Species, Doug Phillips leads a team of Christian scientists and investigators to this "ground zero" in the war of the worldviews. Seen through the eyes of 16-year-old Joshua Phillips, who joins his father and noted researchers like Dr. John Morris of the Institute for Creation Research, THE MYSTERIOUS ISLANDS is the story of one boy's search for answers to the great controversy of the modern world. It is a refreshing father-and-son adventure that combines cinematically breathtaking footage with high adventure. The quest: to determine whether the Galapagos Islands are a laboratory of evolution, or a testimony to creation.

This beautiful, ninety-minute documentary takes viewers deep beneath the ocean waves, among hundreds of white-tip sharks, into volcanic craters with giant lizards, and to the unusual habitat of the Blue-footed booby. Featuring the only team of Creationists and Christian scientists to shoot a documentary on the Galapagos in 2009 -- Darwin's anniversary year -- the film brings a fresh perspective on the Theory of Evolution and presents stunning cinematography of one of the most desolate and fascinating locations in the world.
DVD, appx. 90 min. — Item #391

Mystery of the Three Clocks

Moody Science Classics

The Human Brain. The cicada or "seventeen year locust." Chemicals reacting to one another. These three very different things have built-in "alarm clocks."

MYSTERY OF THE THREE CLOCKS presents a set of laboratory experiments based upon the mystery of these three "clocks," introduces the "will of man" and concludes that although man can make his own choice the cannot control the result of that choice.
DVD, 29 min. — Item #203

Never the Same - Celebrating 50 Years Since Peace Child

The Sawi were a tribe of headhunters and cannibals. In 1962 a young couple named Don and Carol Richardson arrived carrying their seven-month-old-boy Steve and a message that would change the tribe forever. Steve and his three other sibling spent their youth among the Sawi learning the language and embracing the culture in ways that would shape the rest of their lives. Their story was immortalized in the bestselling book Peace Child and a feature film of the same name. It inspired a new generation to take the gospel to the remaining isolated tribes of the earth. Fifty years later, Steve joins his father, Don, and two brothers, Shannon and Paul, to visit the Sawi village where they grew up. What is the state of the church they planted among the Sawi? Are their childhood friends still alive? Will anyone remember the mark their family left on the tribe? Journey with Steve as he travels to the swamps of Papua, Indonesia to introduce you to the the Sawi, and explore the impact of the gospel among a previously unreached people group.
DVD, DVD — Item #2097

The New Answers DVD 1

What do you really believe-and why does it matter to your life, your family, and your faith?

We live in a culture with more questions than ever-questions that affect one's acceptance of the Bible as authoritative and trustworthy. This video features easy-to-understand answers to some of the most-important apologetics quandaries of today. You'll love these highly stylized mini-interviews, featuring authors from the best-selling books. This video contains twelve answers, each about 4-minutes in length.

This video answers the following questions:

* Is There Really a God? (Ham)
* Cain's Wife-Who Was She? (Ham)
* Does Distant Starlight Prove the Universe Is Old? (Lisle)
* Is Natural Selection the Same Thing as Evolution? (Purdom)
* Doesn't Carbon-14 Dating Disprove the Bible? (Snelling)
* Why Shouldn't Christians Accept Millions of Years? (Mortenson)
* Did Dinosaurs Turn into Birds? (Menton)
* Genesis: Today's Answer to Racism (Kerby)
* Was There Really a Noah's Ark & Flood? (Ham)
* What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs? (Ham)
* How Did Defense Attack Structures Come About? (Hodge)
* How to Survive a Secular College (Lisle)

Concise and fast-paced, this cutting-edge video is especially great for teens and young adults. (Ten of the answers are based on topics in The New Answers Book 1, and two are totally new.)
DVD, 43 min. — Item #1413

The New Answers DVD 2

What do you really believe-and why does it matter to your life, your family, and your faith?

We live in a culture with more questions than ever-questions that affect one's acceptance of the Bible as authoritative and trustworthy. This video features easy-to-understand answers to some of the most-important apologetics quandaries of today. You'll love these highly stylized mini-interviews, featuring authors from the best-selling books. This video contains twelve answers, each about 4-minutes in length.

This video answers the following questions:

* Did Humans Really Evolve from Apelike Creatures? (Menton)
* Does the Big Bang Fit with the Bible? (Lisle)
* What's Wrong with Progressive Creation? (Mortenson)
* Is the Intelligent Design Movement Christian? (Purdom)
* Can Creationists Be "Real" Scientists? (Lisle)
* What's the Best "Proof" of Creation? (Ham)
* Doesn't the Order of Fossils in the Rock Record Favor Long Ages? (Snelling)
* Why Is the Scopes Trial Significant? (Menton)
* Was the Dispersion at Babel a Real Event? (Hodge)
* When Does Life Begin? (Mitchell)
* Does Radiometric Dating Prove the Earth Is Old? (Snelling)
* How To Respond to Someone Who Asks, "Why Is This Important?" (Ham)

Concise and fast-paced, this cutting-edge video is especially great for teens and young adults. (Ten of the answers are based on topics in The New Answers Book 2, and two are totally new.)
DVD, 43 min. — Item #1414

The New Answers DVD 3

We live in a culture with more questions than ever-questions that affect one's acceptance of the Bible as authoritative and trustworthy. This video features 18 easy-to-understand answers from among the 35 questions posed and answered in the book version. These are some of the most-important apologetics quandaries of today. You'll love these stylized mini-interviews, featuring authors from the hot-selling book. This video contains answers to the 18 following questions. Each summary answer is about 4-minutes in length.

* Where Was the Garden of Eden Located? (Ham)
* Did Bible Authors Believe in a Literal Genesis? (Mortenson)
* Was There Death Before Adam Sinned? (Ham)
* What about Cloning and Stem Cells (Tommy Mitchell)
* Does Evolution Have a . . . Chance? (Riddle)
* Did Life Come from Outer Space (Purdom)
* Vestigal Organs-Evidence for Evolution? (Menton)
* What is the Best Argument for the Existence of God? (Lisle)
* What Are Some Flood Evidences? (Snelling)
* Unicorns in the Bible? (Elizabeth Mitchell)
* Doesn't the Bible Support Slavery? (Hodge)
* How Can Someone Start a New Life in Christ? (Eggert)
* Should Christians Be Pushing to Have Creation Taught in Government Schools? (Patterson)
* Was the Flood of Noah Global or Local in Extent? (Snelling)
* How Old Does the Earth Look? (Snelling)
* When and How Did the Grand Canyon Form? (Snelling)
* What Are Some Good Questions to Ask an Evolutionist? (Lisle)
* Isn't the God of the Old Testament Harsh, Brutal, and Downright Evil? (Hodge)
DVD, 72 min. — Item #1415

New Testament Reliability

White, Dr. James

Can you trust your Bible? Undoubtedly you have heard the assaults:

* The Bible has errors and contradictions.
* The Bible has different translations.

Dr. James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries has authored over thirty books, participated in over 100 public debates and written countless articles for Christian publications. Dr. White is one of the evangelicalism's great minds. Dr. White will show you why you can trust that your Bible is the Bible that was inspired by God and written by men thousands of years ago.

You will not only see actual Biblical manuscripts, but you will see how they compare to manuscripts of Plato, Pliny and Julius Caeser. You will conclude: no other ancient book has the manuscript support that the Bible does.

The next time someone accuses you of believing in a book that is inaccurate, you will be ready with a clear, powerful, precise response.
DVD — Item #1870

The Newtons' Workshop: The Bug Safari / The "Cell-a-bration"

Moody Kids Video

The Bug Safari - Entomology (28 minutes)

When bugs begin to invade the Newton's home, it's time to take action! But not before Wendell recruits Tim and Max for his "Bug Olympics." A bug safari through an old warehouse leads the boys to the heart of the pest problem. While Tim and Max continue to explore the bug world, Trisha learns that Megan's grandmother is very sick. This causes her to question the greatness of God's creation. But with the help pf her parents and Scripture, she realizes God has the power to heal. As for the "Bug Olympics," Tim and Max find that in God's world everything has a purpose.


The "Cell-a-bration" - Cytology (28 minutes)

When Trisha and Tim's pond animal projects leave them all wet, Grandpa Newton is right there to help. Down in the workshop, another one of Grandpa's makeshift contraptions helps Trisha and Tim better understand the workings of a human cell. Trisha and Tim discover yet another one of God's great miracles.
DVD, 28 min. each / 56 min. total — Item #2

The Newtons' Workshop: The DNA Decoders / The Pollution Solution

Moody Kids Video

The DNA Decoders - Genetics (28 minutes)

When reading a car map becomes a problem for Trisha, glasses are the solution. Although she sees herself as a victim of her relatives, Grandpa Newton is quick to step in and teach her all about genetics, heredity, and DNA. He also shows her the difference between natural and artificial selection, proving some things are left best in God's hands.

Realizing that their friendship is based on who they are rather than what they look like, Trisha and Megan rush back to Grandpa Newton's, where they participate in an experiment to find out more about genetics. As they learn more about their individual make-up, they also discover how we are all created in the likeness of God.


The Pollution Solution - Ecology (28 minutes)

When Dad reads about the "worst drought in years," and then is shocked by an outrageous water bill, he decides it's time for a change. A challenge from Mom sends Trisha & Tim straight to Grandpa Newton's door. Who knew Tim's innocent attempt to clean paint brushes would stir up a lesson in habitats and the environment?

A family landfill contest, proposed by Grandma Newton, is all it takes to spark awareness in both Trisha and Tim. But it's only after a ride in Grandpa's "space ship" that they truly understand their important role as caretakers of the earth. In the end Trisha and Tim find a new appreciation for God's work.
DVD, 28 min. each / 56 min. total — Item #222

The Newtons' Workshop: The Name Game / As the World Spins

Moody Kids Video

The Name Game - Animal Classification (28 minutes)

This time Trisha and Megan are joined by little Tim and Max. Their objective: clean out and organize the Newton's garage. The bickering really starts when they try to figure out how it should all be organized. It's a great organization debate until the Newton's return from their trip abroad. Soon, with a little help from mom and some backyard trees, the kids have tidied up, while learning about the perfect design of the Master Planner.


As the World Spins - The Solar System (28 minutes)

After a space shuttle astronaut visits Trisha's class, Grandpa Newton helps Trisha understand how each part of the solar system affects the others...not to mention how it fits together within the framework of the Bible. Trisha also learns the important effects she has on her little brother. An unexpected trip during the church picnic leads Trisha and Tim to understand how vital they are to themselves, each other, and to God.
DVD, 28 min. each / 56 min. total — Item #1

The Newtons' Workshop: World Building "101" / The Germinators

Moody Kids Video

World Building "101" - Days of Creation (28 minutes)

When Megan and Trisha hear about the $100 prize for the best science project, they can't wait to become their school's best team of World Builders. If only they didn't get assigned to work with the class clown, Wendell. Before they know it, Grandpa Newton has them working with an encyclopedia in one hand and the Bible in the other. But when Wendell cracks one too many jokes during the project, it's up to the girls to find the true meaning and purpose of God's love.


The Germinators - The Immune System (28 minutes)

When Trisha has to miss a gymnastics exhibition because of a terrible cold, how will Grandma and Grandpa Newton keep her mind off her troubles? Their cure for boredom is more than just chicken soup. It's ultraviolet paint, toy soldiers, and squirt guns! They use all that stuff and more to create a lesson on the immune system, the miracle of God's design, and the wisdom of Scripture.
DVD, 28 min. each / 56 min. total — Item #3

Nietzsche vs. Jesus

Willard, Dallas

When we watch commercials on television and see the advertisements instructing us to gratify ourselves and do that which we desire, do we stop to realize how Nietzsche's ideas have taken a hold of our society? Nietzsche's basic teaching to follow one's own self-interest seems to have beaten out the Christian value system in which he lived. Dallas Willard agrees that the first battle brought forth Nietzsche victorious, but Willard proposes that the second round of the fight is upon us. In discussing the controversial ideas of both freedom and truth and, in doing so, contrasting the ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche and Jesus Christ, Willard attempts to show that the freedom our society and culture offers us is not true freedom at all. After delving into the life and times of Nietzsche, Willard speaks on how bending our wills back on ourselves really stifles our freedom and places us in bondage. This is a bondage that Jesus spoke on when he said, "You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free." For Willard, the second round of the Nietzsche vs. Jesus conflict is settled in our own lives. In this lecture, he presents a thorough view of the Nietzschian philosophy that our culture offers us, contrasts this with the philosophy of Christ, and leaves the ultimate decision up the viewers to put into practice in their own lives. Willard ends the video answering a variety of philosophical questions posed by the audience, spending almost as much time on his answers to them as he does on the actual lecture.

Dallas Willard is a Professor in the School of Philosophy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He has taught at USC since 1965, where he was Director of the School of Philosophy from 1982-1985. He has also taught at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, from 1960 to 1965, and has held visiting appointments at UCLA (1969) and the University of Colorado (1984). He holds the Ph.D. in Philosophy, with a Minor in the History of Science, from the University of Wisconsin.

Dr. Willard's philosophical publications are mainly in the areas of epistemology, the philosophy of mind and of logic, and on the philosophy of Edmund Husserl, including extensive translations of Husserl's early writings from German into English. His Logic and the Objectivity of Knowledge, a study of Husserl's early philosophy, appeared in 1984. Willard also lectures and publishes in religion: Renovation of the Heart was published in April 2002, The Divine Conspiracy was released in 1998 and selected Christianity Today's "Book of the Year" for 1999. The Spirit of the Disciplines appeared in 1988, and Hearing God, which was based upon the earlier In Search of Guidance (1984) came out in 1999. Professor Willard has served on the boards of the C. S. Lewis Foundation and Biola University, and is a member of numerous evaluation, or accreditation, committees for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
DVD, appx. 60 min — Item #260


Nikolai Rublenko was a high school student and son of devout Christian parents. He lived behind the Iron Curtain. His father was under KGB surveillance for Christian activities.

Nikolai was a sincere Christian, an outstanding student and a gifted athlete. He wanted to go to university, become a lawyer and perhaps be able to help struggling Christians. All he had to do was compromise along the way, not mention his faith, and join the Young Pioneers Youth organization. And, one more thing - he would need to cooperate with the authorities by turning in evidence on his father's ministry. If he did not go along, not only would Nikolai's academic and athletic aspirations be sidetracked, but his entire school class would be penalized. Only Nikolai could decide!

This gripping, dramatic film will cause every believer, but especially young people, to take a new and deeper look at the meaning of Christian commitment.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #412

No Greater Love

Jeff and Heather were the "lucky ones." Best friends from childhood, high school sweethearts and married by 22, they were inseparable soul mates. After the birth of their son, Heather fell into a deep depression. Hopelessly lost, she vanished. Ten year's after his wife's disappearance, Jeff's world is dramatically rocked when Heather shockingly reappears in the most unusual place. With a score composed and performed by award winning contemporary Christian music artist Michelle Tumes, NO GREATER LOVE is a touching story about faith and forgiveness for the family.
DVD, 109 min. — Item #349
DVD, 109 min. — Item #398

Noah's Flood: Evidence in Australia

Walker, Dr. Tas

Is there any physical evidence of Noah's Flood? Yes, all over the world! Australian geologist Dr. Tas Walker highlights some of the remarkable geologic features that he has studied in his home country -- and they can only be explained by a worldwide flood.
DVD, 62 min. — Item #153

Noah's Flood: Washing Away Millions of Years

Mortenson, Dr. Terry

Can you believe in millions of years and a Noachian flood or are they mutually exclusive? Are there modern-day examples of layered canyons being formed in a matter of hours? Dr. Terry Mortenson presents some of the biblical evidence that the Flood was a year-long, global, catastrophe as well as some of the geological reasons that confirm this world-changing event happened. You will see how the geological evidence has often been very erroneously misinterpreted in a way that has undermined faith in the Bible. This DVD is a must for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of this controversial subject!
DVD, 70 min. — Item #82

North Africa: Day of Battle (Dispatches from the Front #7)

DISPATCHES FROM THE FRONT goes to North Africa to people upon whom Christ has long set His sovereign love. From the martyrs of the early church in Carthage to the bold believers across North Africa today, Gospel advance there has always been marked by fear and faith, joy and risk, life and death. Follow the trail of Christians who are sowing the Word of the Cross and reaping its joyful harvest! From the birthplace of Arab Spring and its all-out assault on Christians to unreached cities on the edge of the Sahara, DAY OF BATTLE, goes to the front line, where the Gospel is extending the boundaries of Christ's Kingdom and faithful men and women are taking up David's praise in Psalm 140, "O Lord, my Lord, the strength of my salvation, you have covered my head in the day of battle."
DVD, 61 min. — Item #2073

Notes From the Tilt-A-Whirl

N.D. Wilson

An Idea Film. A Bookumentary. A cinematic treatment of a worldview. A poet live in concert. A motion picture sermon. VH1 Storytellers meets Planet Earth. 60 Minutes meets Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. In this unusual but fascinating film sequence, best-selling author N.D. Wilson gives an emotional and intellectual tour of life in this world and the final chapter that is death. Everything before and after and in between is a series of miracles--some of which are encouraging, others disturbing and uncomfortable.
DVD, appx. 51 min. — Item #1376

Nuclear Strength Apologetics, Part 1

Lisle, Dr. Jason

Do you know what "presuppositionalism" is, and why it is the best method for defending the faith? Dr. Jason Lisle gives numerous examples of real-world discussions, and demonstrates how to expose the inconsistencies and arbitrariness in secular worldviews, while also demonstrating the logic and consistency of the biblical worldview.
DVD, 59 min. — Item #433

Nuclear Strength Apologetics, Part 2

Lisle, Dr. Jason

In part 2 of "Nuclear Strength Apologetics", Dr. Jason Lisle continues his compelling presentation of why it is necessary to use a presuppositional method of apologetics in defending the Christian faith. He shows the proper use of evidence in our apologetics and examines weak arguments that Christians sometimes use. Dr. Lisle concludes by answering critics and urging viewers to learn the foolproof persuppositional method for defending the truth of God's Word!
DVD, 60 min. — Item #434

The Oath of Desormeau

The award-winning Aletheia Stage & Film Co. proudly presents a gripping, romantic allegory about two families in Post-Napoleonic France bound by a ring and a promise. Shortly before his death at the hands of Napoleon's enemies, Alain Desormeau implores Arnaud Rousseau to protect his children, Julien and Helene. Rousseau agrees and, as a symbol of his promise, receives the ring of Desormeau's late wife. Facing his own death years later, Rousseau gives the ring to Julien who in turn pledges to protect Rousseau's family. However, Julien soon discovers his oath demands much more than he had thought as he is faced with the choice of saving himself or keeping his promise to defend those he loves.
DVD, appx. 55 min. — Item #1300

Obstacle to Comfort: The Faith of George Muller

George Muller of Bristol became a legend in his own generation. He was the builder of schools, a supporter of missions, and a father to some 10,000 orphans. The amazing issue of his life does not lie in what he did but in how he accomplished it.

He operated by faith - relying solely on God to meet all his needs and those of the ministry he founded. He refused to accept any donations from non-believers, and when he started his Scriptural Knowledge Institute (SKI) to accomplish these tasks, he and his partner possessed no more than one shilling - or twelve pence - together. He refused to tell anyone of his needs, mentioning them only to God in private, on his knees.

In reviewing the 63 years he spent in a true faith-based ministry, the results are staggering. Collectively, the school had 121,683 students. The orphanage had five mammoth buildings that accommodated the needs of 10,000 orphans. It is believed that 2,813 orphans left SKI believers, who in turn led thousands more to Christ.

The Institution also distributed more than 281,000 Bibles, nearly 1.5 million New Testaments, and at least 11 million tracts. Several hundred missionaries also received financial assistance, totaling nearly 260,000 ($1,250,000 then - about $15.2 million today). Sixty-three foreign missionaries were sent out from Muller's church alone. He also built 10 other churches - six of which were self-supporting at the time of his death. Nearly 1,500,000 ($7,250,000 - about $87.5 million today) was contributed to SKI as a direct result of his prayers. His principles survived his death and, by 1939, the cumulative funds prayed into the institution totaled approximately 2,370,000 pounds ($10.5 million then - about $127 million today). In stark contrast to many "faith ministries" of today, all of this was accomplished without fund-raising appeal or modern technology: No satellite programming. No emotion-driven crusades. No mass mailings. No telethons, No tent revivals. No telemarketing. George Muller's testimony is a pure example of God's grace through "the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man."
DVD, 55 min. — Item #227

The Odyssey of St. Paul

Maier, Dr. Paul L.

One day you'll meet him face-to-face. Until then, Dr. Paul Maier's remarkable DVD series introduces you to the zealous young Saul. You'll witness his transformation on the road to Damascus, follow his missionary journeys throughout Asia Minor, Greece, and Italy, and relive his arrest and imprisonment.

Aside from Jesus himself, no one has had a greater influence on the founding of Christianity than Paul of Tarsus. Among his many achievements, three are of prime importance: 1) as a powerful, tireless missionary, he spread the faith to Asia Minor, Greece, and Italy; 2) his letters, which form much of the New Testament, present a basic theology for Christianity; and 3) more than anyone else, he brought Gentiles into the early church, not only Jews, thus universalizing the faith.

This eight-part series includes:

1) Young Saul: A survey of his roots and education in Jerusalem, as well as his conversion on the Damascus Road.

2) The New Saul: His desert experience and early ministry in Cilicia.

3) The First Mission Journey: Paul and Barnabas bring the Gospel to Cyprus, Pamphylia, and Galatia.

4) Quarrels and the Second Mission Journey: A great dispute is solved by the Apostolic Council in Jerusalem, Paul defends the Gospel in Antioch, and then takes Silas on a second mission journey.

5) The Second Mission Journey and Greece: Paul arrives in Philippi, travels to Thessalonica and Athens, and anchors his ministry in Corinth.

6) The Third Mission Journey: Ephesus in Asia Minor is the target of Paul's campaign for Christ.

7) Arrest and Imprisonment: Paul is attacked at the temple in Jerusalem and is tried before the Roman governors Felix and Festus.

8) The Voyage to Rome: Having appealed to the emperor, Paul sails to Rome but is shipwrecked in Malta. The following spring he arrives in Italy and welcomes his fate in Rome.
DVD, Eight 25-30 min. programs — Item #244

Of Books and Sloths

Moody Science Classics

The sloth. Nature's champion sluggard. One of the most misunderstood animals in the world. As recent as a century ago the sloth was regarded as a "blunder of nature." To capture this story, the Moody Institute of Science did research in the laboratory and in the jungles of Panama.

The message OF BOOKS AND SLOTHS points out the dependability and the accuracy of the Scriptures as compared with man's writings that must be constantly revised to correct inaccuracies.
DVD, 29 min. — Item #195

On the Shoulders of Giants: What the Reformers Would Say To Us Today

Friel, Todd

Bad News: Missiles are being launched at Christianity.
Good News: Our Christian ancestors have already faced the same assaults.

Though they are dead, yet the Reformers speak. And they have a lot to say to us.

* How do we respond to the rabid attack on justification and the Gospel?
* How do we avoid making false converts?
* Should we evangelicals just lighten up theologically?
* What do we say to evolutionists, postmodernists and liberals?

Let Todd Friel take you on a six country European tour that will introduce you to the great reformers who are your Christian ancestors. These men and women were too good for this world. And yet, they were strangled, quartered and even burned to death so that we could have the truth.


* The stake where Jan Hus was burned to death.
* The prison where William Tyndale translated the Bible.
* The courtroom where John Wycliffe was called "monstrously wicked."


* The home of Martin and Katie Luther.
* The field where George Whitefield preached to 30,000 people without a microphone.
* The outdoor pulpit of the Thundering Scot, John Knox.

Your entire family will love learning about your Christian heritage as you tour Europe. Along the way, you will be motivated to follow in the footsteps of spiritual giants. Best of all, you will not experience jet lag, lousy exchange rates or any crabby Frenchmen.

Todd Friel studied to be a pastor for four years but neglected to actually get saved. He abandoned church ministry plans and did secular TV, radio and stand-up comedy for 6 years. Gratefully, God saved Todd (from hell and stand-up comedy). Since then, Todd has combined his pastoral training and media skills to host a daily Christian talk show.
DVD, appx. 120 min. — Item #1418
DVD, appx. 120 min. — Item #1871

One Day: One Passion

Piper, John

This DVD features the messages that John Piper gave at the OneDay conferences in 2000 and 2003. In them, he calls this generation to a life of singular passion for the cross of Christ and a radical consecration to the holiness of God.

If you want your life to count - if you want the ripple effect of the pebbles you drop to become waves that reach the ends of the earth and roll on for centuries and into eternity - you don't have to know a lot of things. You just have to know a few great, majestic, unchanging, obvious, simple, glorious things, and be set on fire by them. The Bible tells us that we should have one boast and one passion: the cross of Jesus Christ. What does this mean? How do we do this? Come and see.
(OneDay 2000 / Memphis, Tennessee / May 19, 2000)

When - and if - this generation wakens to a passion for the holiness of God, it will make a massive difference in the world. Piper argues that when you live in the blazing brightness of the light of God's holiness, everything will look different - everything will be different. What does it mean to have a passion for the holiness of God? And will you be that generation?
(OneDay03 / Sherman, Texas / May 26, 2003)

This updated edition of One Day : One Passion includes a bonus message from Passion06, "How Our Suffering Glorifies the Greatness of the Grace of God."
DVD, 2 messages, 1 DVD — Item #73

One Night with the King

With lush cinematography, a mesmerizing score, and an all-star cast that includes Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif and John Rhys-Davies, ONE NIGHT WITH THE KING is a sweeping epic about Hadassah, the young Jewish orphan who becomes the Biblical Esther, Queen of Persia.

Born into poverty, Hadassah (Tiffany DuPont) grows up to become a beauty who catches the eye of the powerful King Xerxes and ultimately becomes his bride. But despite her position, Hadassah's life is in danger, as the state has decreed that all Jews will be put to death. Defying warnings to remain silent, however, Hadassah struggles to save her people, even as she attempts to hide her heritage and to win the heart of the king in this exciting and inspiring story about destiny.
DVD, 123 min. — Item #250

Only One Race: The Scientific and Biblical Case Against Racism

Ham, Ken

Boldly discussing a topic that many Christian leaders avoid, Ken Ham gives biblical answers to the normally divisive "race issue":

* Did belief in Darwinian evolution fuel racism?
* How has evolutionary teaching in schools had a devastating effect on relations between different people groups?
* Why has skin "color" become an excuse for prejudice?
* What does the Bible say about "interracial marriage?"

In great demand across America and overseas, Ken Ham, president of Answers in Genesis-USA, is one of today's most popular Christian speakers and radio guests.

This DVD also features music by Buddy Davis, an internationally recognized dinosaur sculptor and recording artist with many popular recordings.

Song by Buddy Davis: "We're One Blood"
DVD, 50 min. — Item #156

Open Their Eyes: Doing What Only God Can Do

Piper, John

In Acts 20, the Apostle Paul proclaims that he "did not shrink from declaring... the whole counsel of God." But what is the whole counsel of God? And what difference does it make? In these two messages, John Piper explains the importance of God's whole counsel in spreading the gospel. He explains what basic elements of Christian doctrine are essential for the salvation of this lost and blind world.

For the blind to see, it requires God to open their eyes. But this is an encouragement, not a discouragement, for your own work. Whether you are a pastor, campus minister, youth leader, or simply a friend, you are called to impart God's essential truth to the lost near you. Then God, in his time, will say, "Let there be light!" Our hope is that these messages will equip you to reach out to the lost, to rely on the Lord, and to be richly blessed in your efforts for his sake.
DVD, 2 messages, 1 DVD — Item #71


In 2002, Illustra Media released Unlocking the Mystery of Life. This remarkable documentary challenged the paradigm of scientific materialism and the belief that life is nothing more than the product of blind, undirected processes.

Unlocking's influence was global, reaching millions of people. Now, its impact continues through the film's long-awaited sequel, ORIGIN: Design, Chance and the First Life on Earth.

With spectacular computer animation and cutting-edge research, ORIGIN examines a question that has baffled science for centuries: How did life on Earth begin? Today, most researchers insist it arose through simple chemistry that--without direction of plan--transformed inanimate matter into the first living cell. Yet, this explanation is devoid of evidence and unsatisfying, even to its most ardent supporters.

As ORIGIN exposes the flaws of materialistic theories, you'll travel through a molecular universe to encounter extraordinary biological engineering fundamental to the survival of every organism that has ever existed. Engineering that points clearly to intelligence and mind.

Ultimately, ORIGIN transcends science to probe the deepest mysteries of the human experience: where did we come from and why are we here?
DVD, 47 min. — Item #2110

Our Created Moon

DeYoung, Dr. Don

Bring science to life for your family and friends. In this illustrated presentation, Dr. Don DeYoung looks at four of the most popular ideas evolutionists have to offer regarding the moon's origin, and logically concludes that this "lesser light" could only have been placed in its orbit by an all-knowing, all-powerful Creator.
DVD, 39 min. — Item #151

Our People

This is the story of how one couple took God's love to the poor. Walking the poverty-stricken streets of Whitechapel late one night in the summer of 1865, past neglected, ragged children, drunken women, unemployed men, and prostitutes plying their trade, William Booth decided, "These will be our people."

What followed makes an enthralling story of spiritual passion, courage, and faith leading to the birth of The Salvation Army. Young people, often as young as 18, opened the Army's evangelistic work in mining towns or even new nations and the Army expanded globally. The Army's social work was born, compelled by love, reaching out to prisoners and downtrodden. Teaming up with journalist WT Stead, the Army tackled the sexual trafficking business that entrapped hundreds of young girls.

This DVD features 11 historians and storytellers, voice artists, period music, over 500 images, rare archival footage, and recordings from two Booth grandchildren.
DVD, 74 min. — Item #354

Paul, Apostle of Christ

Paul, who goes from the most infamous persecutor of Christians to Christ's most influential apostle, is spending his last days in a dark and bleak prison cell awaiting execution by Emperor Nero. Luke (Jim Caviezel), his friend and physician, risks his life when he ventures into Rome to visit him. Paul is under the watchful eye of Mauritius (Olivier Martinez), the prison's prefect, who seeks to understand how this broken old man can pose such a threat. But before Paul's death sentence can be enacted, Luke resolves to write another book, one that details the beginnings of "The Way" and the birth of what will come to be known as the church. Their faith challenged an empire. But their words changed the world.
DVD, appx. 107 min. — Item #2184

Peace Child

Don and Carol Richardson respond to the call of Christ. Careful preparation for their mission and a journey by dug-out canoe bring them to a remote rain forest inhabited by some of the world's most primitive people. Painstakingly, they learn the language only to be shocked when the story of Judas' betrayal of Jesus makes him a hero to a people whose highest attribute is to be masters of treachery.

When inter-tribal warfare breaks out, the battles continue until a warring chief offers his son as a means of bringing lasting peace. This primitive tribal custom makes the Gospel understandable. Lives are changed. A church appears.

PEACE CHILD is an exceptional film blending ferocious inter-tribal warefare, expert cinematography, and Christian compassion in a dramatic re-creation of a classic missions success story.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #298

Pendragon: Sword of His Father

As the Barbarian fleets descend on the coast, the people of Britain are left to defend themselves.

The first independent Christian film of its kind, Burns Family Studios presents PENDRAGON: SWORD OF HIS FATHER, an epic adventure set in Britain's Dark Ages.

With riveting action, stunning visuals, and a powerful score, Pendragon's message of faith, courage, and vision is sure to inspire your family for generations to come.
DVD, 110 min. — Item #1302

Pilgrim's Progress: Journey To Heaven

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS: JOURNEY TO HEAVEN is a modern adaptation of John Bunyan's beloved classic. It is the #1 Christian fantasy of all time. The novel has been heralded as a literary masterpiece around the world, as it has been published in over 100 languages and is the most read book other than the Bible.

Amazing visual effects, beautiful locations and a wonderful cast bring to life the story that has inspired each generation for hundreds of years. Follow Christian and his companions on a great Journey from the City of Destruction to the gates of Heaven as they face obstacles large and small, man-made and demon-spawned.

Beyond the gripping drama, Bunyan's powerful allegory teaches us all the hazards and hopes of the Christian life, and it features the triumphant glory that awaits all who faithfully follow the King of kings.
DVD, 103 min. — Item #1406

Pioneers of the Spirit: Augustine of Hippo

Throughout history, individuals have sometimes experienced profound spiritual longings. Facing uncharted territory, they mapped new terrain in their search for intimacy with God. We call them "Pioneers of the Spirit".

This program looks at Augustine of Hippo, a bishop in North Africa in the 4th century and one of Christianity's most influential thinkers. A brilliant theologian and prolific writer, his longing for God was restless and relentless. Chronicling his spiritual journey in the "Confessions," Augustine is forever pushing the boundaries of self-knowledge in order to understand himself in relation to God. His pilgrimage holds meaning today for anyone searching for the point where God and self meet.

A companion guide in PDF format can be downloaded at https://www.visionvideo.com/pdf/PioneersAugustine.pdf
DVD, 24 min. — Item #79

The Pistol

THE PISTOL is the action-packed, heartwarming motion picture about the dedication of a parent to his child and the devotion of a boy to become the greatest basketball player ever.

Filmmakers Darrel Campbell and Rodney Stone go to great lengths to bring Pistol Pete fans this re-mastered sports classic, sure to be a great addition to any family movie collection. THE PISTOL is the uplifting story of a scrawny eighth grade boy whose stunning basketball skills earn him a spot on the high school team! Unfortunately for young Pete Maravich (Adam Guier), his style of "Showtime" basketball is way ahead of its time, making him the target of ridicule and socially separates him from his teammates. Against all odds, Pete perseveres with the constant encouragement of his mentor and father, Press Maravich (Days Of Our Lives' Nick Benedict) and the love of his mother Helen (Academy Award Nominee Millie Perkins). But Pistol Pete's life was about more than basketball. Watch the Inspirational bonus material to learn what made this NBA All-Star and Hall-of-Famer one of the most admired and respected athletes in the world.
DVD, 104 min. — Item #292


Anna, a young slave girl, is rescued and adopted by Christians in 2nd Century Smyrna, and befriended by their aged bishop, Polycarp. As Anna is taught by Polycarp and her new family, she struggles to reconcile her beliefs with those of the Christians.

When the Roman proconsul demands that all citizens worship Caesar to show their allegiance to Rome, Polycarp and the Christians must find courage to stand for their faith against the growing threat of persecution. Anna is forced to come to grips with the truth and choose whom she is willing to live, and die for.
DVD, 93 min. — Item #2108

Polycarp and Perpetua

Excerpted from the DVD curriculum series, The Trial and Testimony of the Early Church, this DVD takes a close-up look at two Early Church martyrs, Polycarp and Perpetua, who would rather pay with their lives than deny their faith. Their compelling story provides a convicting challenge of how seriously we take our faith.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #296

The Power of His Rising: South Asia (Dispatches from the Front #6)

Over two billion people in the world have no access to the Gospel-no Bible, no church, no Christians, no hope. Since many of them live in countries closed to traditional missionaries, how will they hear the Good News? One way is that Christ is calling and equipping men and women with skills-professionals-to use their talents to reach people who are hard to get to. THE POWER OF HIS RISING is an inside look at how this is unfolding in South Asia, where baristas and bakers, pilots and farmers are a force for the Gospel! It's an amazing journey by land, sea and air-down crowded streets and remote rivers-to find light shining in darkness and persecuted believers singing because of Jesus! DISPATCHES FROM THE FRONT opens yet another window to see Christ at work in the world through His endless life and relentless grace!
DVD, 65 min. — Item #2072

The Prince of Egypt

Both an epic adventure and milestone in cinematic achievement, "THE PRINCE OF EGYPT" captivated movie audiences the world over with its unparalleled artistry, timeless story and powerful music! This masterpiece became one of the top animated films of all time and winner of the 1998 Academy Award for Best Original Song ("When You Believe").

The extraordinary tale of two brothers - one born of royal blood, one an orphan with a secret past - is brought to life as never before, with unforgettable characters voiced by a roster of stars as impressive as any ever assembled for a feature film. Growing up the best of friends, the two share a strong bond of free-spirited youth and good-natured rivalry. But the truth ultimately sets them at odds, as one becomes the ruler of the most powerful empire on earth, the other the chosen leader of his people. Their final confrontation will forever change their lives - and the world.

Both spectacular entertainment and a celebration of the human spirit, "THE PRINCE OF EGYPT" stands as a classic for the ages, for audiences of every generation to enjoy and cherish.
DVD, 74 min. — Item #1429

Prior Claim

Moody Science Classics

An unsuspecting insect is lured by a sweet scent. Suddenly the jaws of a carnivorous plant clamp shut. It's dinnertime for the Venus Fly Trap. Long before man invented traps to capture his food, these carnivorous plants were putting them to work. In fact, many of man's most ingenious inventions have been borrowed from God's original designs in nature.

In PRIOR CLAIM, you'll explore the world of the trap-door spider, the archer fish, the rattlesnake, and many other fascinating animals that reflect the inventive genius of God. You'll also see how the Creator has prior claim, not only on ideas and inventions, but also on human lives.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #205

Prisoners of Hope

In August, 1964, an American pilot was shot down and captured by the North Vietnamese. In the following years of the Vietnam conflict, hundreds of American prisoners of war were interrogated, starved, and tortured in Communist prisons. PRISONERS OF HOPE presented the experiences of ten of these individuals who were denied that most valuable and precious possession... freedom.

These are gripping stories of suffering and survival, death and deliverance. But above all, they are testimonies of courage, faith, and a sustaining hope that refused to die. This is a production that changes the way many viewers understand freedom of life.
DVD, 54 min. — Item #299

The Privileged Planet

"The most habitable places in the universe also offer the best opportunity for scientific discovery. I believe this implies purpose." - Guillermo Gonzalez, Astrobiologist

Many scientists and philosophers have claimed that Earth is an ordinary speck of dust adrift, without purpose or significance, in a vast cosmic sea. Yet current astronomical evidence seems to suggest just the opposite.

We now know that a rare and finely tuned array of factors makes Earth suitable for complex life. We depend on our planet's oxygen-rich atmosphere, its large moon, its planetary neighbors, and its precise location within the solar system and Milky Way galaxy. But there is more. The same factors that make a planet like Earth hospitable to life also provide the best conditions for scientific discovery.

Through stunning computer animation, interviews with leading scientists, and spectacular images of Earth and the cosmos, THE PRIVILEGED PLANET explores a startling connection between our capacity to survive and our ability to observe and understand the universe.

Is this correlation merely a coincidence? Or does it point to a deeper truth about purpose and intelligent design within the cosmos?
DVD, 60 min. — Item #63

Professor and the Prophets

Moody Science Classics

Did the Bible prophets speak by divine authority or from imagination? What chance do human predictions have of coming true and how do fulfilled Bible prophecies compare?

In PROFESSOR AND THE PROPHETS, Professor Peter W. Stoner applies the principles of mathematical probability to prophecies concerning Babylon, Jerusalem, Tyre, and Petra and uncovers some amazing facts concerning the authorship of the Bible.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #204

Proof of God: Four Questions Atheists Hate To Answer

Hovind, Eric

What do skeptics truly believe? What key evidence will satisfy an atheist? In this high-energy lecture, Eric Hovind answers these questions and reveals four more that atheists hate to answer.

Knowing and using these four simple questions can revolutionize your outreach to anyone who say, "God is not real". There is even a conversation with a young man who has joined the increasing trend to embrace the idea of atheism.

Hovind cites quotes from Christopher Hitchens, Paul Baird, David Hume, and other famous anti-God spokesmen, whose own words call atheism into question. Learn the one thing that the Bible says God must give to anyone before they will receive the truth - even atheists. Understanding this fact will give viewers a deeper passion and empathy for those lost in the pride of their misplaced belief.
DVD, 59 min. — Item #1941

The Providential Nexus Between Jamestown and Plymouth

Jehle, Dr. Paul

Was the Jamestown Settlement founded for solely commercial purposes? Was the Plymouth Colony formed simply to establish religious liberty? For centuries, there have been tensions among historians about the legacies of these two early settlements, resulting in a geographical turf battle over which colony gave birth to the American ideal. Jamestown claims to be America's birthplace. Plymouth claims to be America's hometown. So how do we reconcile the two? In this illuminating message, Dr. Paul Jehle clarifies many misconceptions and demonstrates that while Jamestown and Plymouth had real differences, each had vital strengths that the other needed - and that, over time, God would providentially weave together these elements to form the greatest nation in the West.
DVD, 50 min. — Item #417

The Reason For God: Conversations on Faith and Life

Keller, Timothy

Captured live and unscripted, pastor and author Timothy Keller meets with a group of people over six sessions to address their doubts and objections to Christianity. Using literature, philosophy, real-life experiences, and the Bible, Keller and the group explore the truth of Christianity.

This DVD will help you and your group learn how to engage others in dialogue on six common objections to Christianity. Whether in a group setting or individual conversation, The Reason for God is a resource for what to say in response to these objections, and a model for how to say it.

Session Titles and Descriptions:
1. Isn't the Bible a Myth?
2. How Can You Say There Is Only One Way to God?
3. What Gives You the Right to Tell Me How to Live My Life?
4. Why Does God Allow Suffering?
5. Why Is the Church Responsible for So Much Injustice?
6. How Can God Be Full of Love and Wrath at the Same Time?
DVD, 6 sessions, appx. 120 total min. — Item #406

Red River of Life

Moody Science Classics

Step inside the most complex factory ever designed. With thirty trillion cylinders. Powered by a pump that's far superior to the finest steel.

In this video you will see what makes your blood, your lifeline, carry its precious cargo of oxygen to every corner of your body. And more importantly, you'll learn how the shed blood of Jesus Christ is the source of life in the Spirit.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #194


Moreland, Dr. J. P.

In moral debate in the United States today, many people resort to moral relativism. They argue that there are no objective moral values which help us to determine what is right or wrong. They claim "everything is relative." In order to defend this position, the relativist puts forth two arguments: (1) Since people and cultures disagree about morality, there are no objective moral values; (2) Moral relativism leads to tolerance of practices we may find different or odd.

In the modern Western world, ethical relativism poses a challenge to the biblical basis for ethics. Relativism affirms that moral right and wrong are only socially and individually determined. Ethics is split off from any objective moral order. Cultural norms of morality are relative to particular societies, individuals, and historical periods. What is "right for you" may not be "right for me." What is wrong today may not be wrong tomorrow. When the idea of moral law is held in disrespect, the notion of sin softens and then dissolves. If all is relative, absolute evil is impossible. If sin is nonsense, then the notion of a Savior from sin is absurd. There is nothing from which to be saved. Because of its denial of abiding ethical standards and of sin against a holy God, relativism is a roadblock to effective evangelism -- besides undercutting values essential for a healthy society. But the key arguments for relativism are fatally flawed.

J. P. Moreland is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Southern California. With degrees in philosophy, theology and chemistry, Dr. Moreland has taught theology and philosophy at a number of schools throughout the U.S. He has authored or contributed to forty books, including Christianity and the Nature of Science, Scaling the Secular City, Does God Exist?, and Love Your God with All Your Mind. He has written more than sixty articles. Dr. Moreland served with Campus Crusade for Christ for ten years, planted two churches, and has spoken on more than one hundred college campuses.
DVD, appx. 60 min — Item #261

Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand: The Underground Pastor and His Wife

Before communism fell in Eastern Europe, Christians were often arrested and kept in prisons or labor camps where the Communists went to great lengths to break their faith. This is the story of a family whose faith endured.

Born in Romania, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand became Christians after they were married. They soon began sharing the Gospel, even though it was prohibited. In 1945, Richard stood up publicly and proclaimed Christ while speaking out against communism. This bold move, as well as his work in the underground church, led to the Wurmbrands. imprisonment by the Communist government. Richard and Sabina endured unthinkable horror at the hands of the Communists, but their faith and witness was only strengthened, even through multiple imprisonments.

After being ransomed out of Romania, the Wurmbrands dedicated themselves to helping the world understand the horrors that were occurring behind the iron curtain. They began a ministry now known as "The Voice of the Martyrs," to bring awareness to the persecution of Christians. Their legacy lives on through the work they began and the many lives they touched.

Hear their incredible story through Richard's and Sabina's own voices and interviews with their son Mihai. Rare film footage and photos are included, from the archives of The Voice of the Martyrs and the Wurmbrand family.
DVD, 50 min. — Item #305

The Ride

Smokey Banks (Michael Biehn), a former world champion bull rider, has spent the past few years messing up his life with drinking and gambling. Now he's been assigned community service with Mike Stillwell at the Saguaro Boy's Ranch for stealing their truck. Since his only other option is jail, Smokey reluctantly agrees to the terms: stay out of trouble and teach Danny O'Neil (Brock Pierce) how to ride a bull.

He has no idea how drastically the people at the ranch are about to change his life... especially one 14-year-old boy.
DVD, 101 min. — Item #265

Right and Wrong as a Key to the Meaning of the Universe

Moreland, Dr. J. P.

Dr. J. P. Moreland examines the moral argument for God's existence. The talk is outlined around four features of the moral life, which Moreland says cannot be explained on a naturalistic basis but can be explained on the basis that human beings have a free will they can exercise to choose to be moral.

For the moral person, the four features of the moral life make sense if there is a God but not if naturalism is true. Thus, Moreland says we can believe in moralism based on these four features:

1. Sheer existence of the moral law itself tells us that the imperatives come from a Lawgiver.

2. The existence of equal human rights tells us there is a God because our rights come from the fact that we are made in the image of God.

3. Proper function versus dysfunction implies a Designer of the functional.

4. Finally, the question can be answered, Why should I be moral? Ultimately, God demands our loyalty, and we know that it is in the best interest of others, as well as of ourselves, to be moral.

Moreland concludes that these four features of the moral life "are all signs that we are not alone in the universe." Therefore, we have a responsibility to live the moral life.
DVD, 59 min. — Item #263

Ring the Bell

RING THE BELL shares the story of a slick, big city sports agent Rob Decker who seems to have it all. But on his latest mission to sign a high school baseball superstar, Rob becomes stranded in a small town where the simplicity of life-and the faith of the people-stand in stark contrast to his own fast-paced, win-at-all-costs mindset. Torn between these two worlds, will Rob have the courage to let faith transform his life? This heartwarming story of redemption is sure to entertain and inspire the whole family.

RING THE BELL features a host of well-known Christian music artists, such as Mark Hall along with his band Casting Crowns, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Matthew West, all who play a role in this inspirational drama. Several former and current Major League Baseball all-stars are also featured in the film: ESPN analysts John Kruk and Rick Sutcliffe (a former Cy Young Award winner), along with Ben Zobrist.

DVD Special Features:
* The Heart of RING THE BELL
* Casting Crowns "The Well" Music Video
* On Set with Casting Crowns
* Famous Faces
* A Very Special Movie
* Ringing the Bell
* The Artists and Music of RING THE BELL
DVD, appx. 96 min. — Item #1433

The Riot and the Dance: Earth

Join in the glorious uproar of creation with The Riot and the Dance, a boisterous new nature documentary featuring a biologist who was once told he would never succeed if he kept blabbing about all that silly Creator-creature nonsense. But now you can follow along with Dr. Gordon Wilson as he traverses our planet, basking in God's masterpieces whether he's catching wildlife in his own backyard or in the jungles of Sri Lanka. (Yeah, he did get bitten, but not by the cobra.)

Showstopping footage and powerful narration will open your eyes to the extraordinary glory found all over the animal kingdom. From leopards and langurs to vipers and elephants and beyond, The Riot and the Dance is a cinematic exploration that you won't want to miss.
DVD, 84 min. — Item #2174


"Risen" is the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer. Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a powerful Roman Military Tribune, and his aide Lucius (Tom Felton), are tasked with solving the mystery of what happened to Jesus in the weeks following the crucifixion, in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah and prevent an uprising in Jerusalem.
DVD, 105 min. — Item #2112

Robber of the Cruel Streets: The Prayerful Life of George Muller

George Muller (1805-1898) was a German playboy who found Christ and then gave his life to serve Christ unreservedly. His mission was to rescue orphans from the wretched street life that enslaved so many children in England during the time of Charles Dickens and Oliver Twist. Muller did rescue, care for, feed, and educate such children by the thousands. The costs were enormous for such a great work. Yet, amazingly, he never asked anyone for money. Instead he prayed, and his children never missed a meal. Here is his life story and how he found God answered prayer and supplied their needs. It is a story that raises foundational questions regarding faith and finances. Includes a 30-minute documentary featuring some of the lives that have been influenced by Muller over the years.
DVD, 59 min. — Item #228

Roger Williams: Freedom's Forgotten Hero

This is the story of a courageous, passionate, devout Christian who fought for liberty of conscience, America's greatest gift to humankind.

Roger Williams founded the state of Rhode Island and the Baptist movement in America. Here is his monumental story of establishing a governmental body to provide genuine "freedom of religion and soul liberty."
DVD, 45 min. — Item #64


Animated Stories From the Bible

The book of Ruth is about an ordinary family that finds itself in extraordinary circumstances. A remarkable testimony of great obedience and faith, the story of the biblical Ruth is a message for the entire family!

When the Israelite Naomi and her two Gentile daughters-in-law are left as widows in a foreign land, Naomi begs them to care for themselves by returning to their own people. Orpah agrees, but Ruth declares that she will never forsake Naomi, saying, "Where you go, I will go. Where you live, I will live. Where you die, I will die. For your people are my people, and your God is my God."

Ruth accompanies Naomi back to her homeland, finds favor as she requests permission to glean in the fields, and falls in love with her near kinsman, Boaz. Ruth's faithfulness and honor to Naomi are rewarded with her marriage to Boaz; Naomi's faithfulness and love for the Lord are rewarded with the birth of a grandson, (which indicates that her husband Elimelech's line is continued). A love story for all ages!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #9

Saints and Strangers

What about the hotly debated issue regarding the Christians roots of the American colonies? Was the Gospel the basis of the formation of a nation like none other in all history? What role did faith and religion play in the founding of America? From the earliest settlers in Jamestown, through the fervent patriotism of the pre-Revolutionary period, and the eventual formation of the original colonies into the United States of America, this documentary examines the religious and spiritual roots of the men and women who founded our country.

Saints and Strangers addresses religious influences from the time of the Mayflower to the Great Awakening, from Plymouth Rock to the War of Independence. It examines the groups of the faithful who were crucial influences during the colonial period -- the Church of England, the Puritans, Baptist, Quakers, and others.
DVD, 59 min. — Item #160

Samuel, the Boy Prophet

Animated Stories From the Bible

"And she made a vow, saying, 'O LORD Almighty, if you will only remember me and give [me] a son, then I will give him to [You] for all the days of his life.'" - 1 Samuel 1:11 (NIV)

In keeping her vow, Hannah conceives and dedicates her son to God. From his days as a young boy serving Eli, the high priest, to guiding the ancient Israelites, Samuel the boy prophet stands as an inspiring example of how we, too, can delight in our relationship with the Lord.

This 30-minute, animated Bible video brings alive several episodes from the life of Samuel and invites us all to discover the joy of faithful service to God!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #14

The Scottish Covenanters

They suffered fierce opposition that left them bereft of property and possessions. Hundreds died during these years as the State Records show. They were counted as outlaws, rebels, and fanatics in order to procure our freedom.

The video presents a penetrating look at a movement in 17th-century Scotland that is little known today but whose courage and fortitude are woven into the fabric of the Scottish people. The Covenanters covenanted with God for the good of the people.

This film covers the story of fifty years with a short prelude to help understand the reason why they acted as they did. Their conflict was basically spiritual, but, due to prevailing and constant persecution, they were drawn into deeper conflicts and complexities. They fought long and hard for the crown rights and prerogatives of Christ over His Church with devastating results upon themselves.
DVD, 55 min. — Item #65

Scripture Under Scrutiny (How Do We Know the Bible Is True? Series)

Edwards, Brian

Translated into more than 420 languages, the Bible is still the world's best-selling book. Words and phrases from its pages have slipped into everyday speech, and its stories have influenced the art, music, and literature of the Western world. The Bible is the handbook of Christianity, unfolding the creation of the universe and the ultimate plan of redemption for mankind.

But where does our Bible come from? How did it come to us? What do we mean by "inspiration"? And why can we be sure that it is reliable? These and many other questions are answered in this presentation.

HOW DO WE KNOW THE BIBLE IS TRUE? is an essential primer of basic Christianity and apologetics that every believer should know. A 4-part collection, it is excellent for personal enrichment and small group studies.
DVD, appx 45 min. — Item #1423

The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry

Dustin (Jansen Panettiere) and his two best buddies are twelve year olds looking forward to a summer of fun in 1970. When Dustin mows the lawn of seventy-five year old Jonathan Sperry (Gavin MacLeod), a man he has seen at church, a unique friendship develops. What happens the rest of this summer is something Dustin and his friends will never forget. A high quality production with a great cast and message!
DVD, 96 min. — Item #404

Sex and the Supremacy of Christ

Piper, John

Originally delivered at the Desiring God 2005 National Conference, these messages aim to apply biblical truth to sex. Sex was designed by God then ruined by sin. But now, through Christ, it may be restored. These messages offer the healing, forgiveness, and happiness possible through the gospel-because they offer Christ.

Sessions include:

* John Piper - Sex and the Supremacy of Christ (Part One)
* Ben Patterson - The Goodness of Sex and the Glory of God
* Al Mohler - Homosexual "Marriage": A Tragic Oxymoron
* Mark Dever - Christian Hedonists or Religious Prudes? The Puritans on Sex
* David Powlison - Making All Things New: Restoring Pure Joy to the Sexually Broken
* John Piper - Sex and the Supremacy of Christ (Part Two)
DVD, 6 sessions, 3 DVDs — Item #78

The Shortest Way Home: C.S. Lewis and Mere Christianity

Doubt and disbelief live in the hearts of many people as they wrestle with the questions of good and evil and the existence of God. Those who embrace Christianity as a way of life must then learn how to live out their faith as a transformed individual in an imperfect and difficult world. But how is this accomplished?

The Shortest Way Home: C.S. Lewis & Mere Christianity is an introductory review to Lewis's classic work on issues of faith and reason. Viewers will find honest discussion and helpful insights for the tough questions asked by believers and skeptics alike, including:

* How do we know right from wrong?
* If a good God made the world, why has it gone wrong?
* Why did God give us free will to choose to do good and evil?
* Is Christianity a bargain in which we are rewarded for doing good things and punished for doing bad things?
* Is it enough to believe in God without believing in Him personally?
* Can you believe Jesus was a good moral teacher but not the Savior of the world?

Those who journey to the heart of Lewis's most famous apologetic work will find that the longest way round-the hard way of discipleship, of learning to truly love God and man-is the shortest, and only way home.
DVD, 56 min. — Item #2186

Signposts Aloft

Moody Science Classics

A tiny plane is lost in the clouds. The struggling pilot banks a turn to escape the dense cloud cover. His senses deceive him, telling him the plane has stopped turning. So he turns harder. But the nose drops. Speed picks up. And suddenly he's caught in a downward spiral, a graveyard spin.

In SIGNPOSTS ALOFT, you'll find out how man's senses can be fooled in flight. You'll see experiments that dramatically illustrate the problems pilots and astronauts face. And you'll learn why man needs outside guidance from God, just as pilots need to place faith in their instrument controls.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #206

Sing Over Me

Since the early 1990s, Christians all over the world have been singing the songs of modern-day psalmist Dennis Jernigan, including "You Are My All in All," "Thank You, Lord!" and "When I Fell in Love with You." His music and ministry, sparked by his lifelong struggle with homosexuality and the healing that came through his relationship with Jesus Christ, have led him on a remarkable journey of redemption. Now he shares his inspiring story so that all may have a deeper understanding of God's love.

This is a film about hope, identity, and the transformation power of the Gospel. By telling his story, Jernigan puts forth an example of what God can do in the lives of those who put their trust in Him.
DVD, 87 min. — Item #2178

Six Short Days, One Big Adventure

The Creation Adventure Team

The Creation Adventure Team embarks on an unexpected adventure when they use amazing new inventions to help a student with her science report. Buddy and friends reveal the wonders of the six days of Creation, with the help of the hilarious "ABC Cam" showing that the universe is the work of God and not millions of years. It all makes sense when the class looks through "BR" Glasses!
DVD, 35 min. — Item #24


Animated Stories From the Bible

"The LORD appeared to Solomon in a dream and said, "Ask for whatever you want me to give you.' [Solomon answered],'Give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong. [The LORD answered], 'I will do what you have asked. I will give you a wise and discerning heart, so that there will never have been anyone like you, nor will there ever be.'" - I Kings 3: 5, 7, 9, 12 (NIV)

It was his first major test as king. The eyes of the nation were watching nervously to see if King Solomon, this new, young leader, could measure up to the high standards set by his beloved father, King David. The dilemma was this: two mothers claimed one baby. An innocent life depended on King Solomon's sensible decision. The answer he received from the Lord and thus carried out proved that the Lord blessed him with more wisdom than any other king!

The biblical story of King Solomon, (an emotional Old Testament account), escorts viewers into his very throne room, where we see one of the wisest men who ever lived in action!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #6

Southeast Asia: Islands On the Edge (Dispatches from the Front #1)

A pioneer missionary once wrote, .Some want to live within the sound of church or chapel bell; I want to run a rescue shop within a yard of Hell... ISLANDS ON THE EDGE takes you where there are no church buildings or chapel bells, yet the Gospel is unstoppable and Christ.s Kingdom is advancing even in the face of persecution, desperate poverty, and Asia.s secret slave trade.

Travel to the islands of Southeast Asia..from the towering city of Singapore to the squalid encampments of Borneo. Ferry through Cambodia.s remote river country, visit a Buddhist monastery where people with AIDS are living and dying, and rejoice with new believers in a house church in Indonesia. Here is an inside look at the radical rescue work of the Gospel on the frontier of human need.
DVD, appx. 50 min. — Item #1873

St. John in Exile

Imprisoned, John, the last living disciple of Jesus' twelve, remains full of humor, strong in spirit, and definitely spry. Through his eyes we relive the moving events in which Jesus Christ changed the course of human history.
DVD, 92 min. — Item #239

Standing Firm

"If God Really Loves Me...Then Why Do I Suffer?"

"My comfort in my suffering is this: Your promise preserves my life."
(Psalm 119:50)

Dave, a widower, is working himself to death. Late nights doing paperwork and running on fumes is the norm. Bills are piling by the week, and foreclosure looms on the horizon. Blaming God for his wife's death, he ends his relationship with the church.

His son, Steven, the only remaining Christian of the family, has been watching his fathers unhealthy lifestyle with great concern. Along with his best friend Maggie, Steven works to reach his father in anyway he can.

Despite his grieving, Dave begins to move in the right direction seeking an answer to the question that has been haunting him since his wife's death... WHY?

STANDING FIRM is a story of suffering, God's purpose in it, and being joyful despite of it.
DVD, appx. 81 min. — Item #1304

Starlight and Time

Humphreys, Russell

See how light from deep space could arrive at the earth during Creation Week.

See in spectacular 3-D imagery how the big bang differs from the creation cosmos AND why the evidence supports creation.

Learn how Scripture and Einstein's relativity can explain how God made the cosmos in six days...
DVD, 140 min. — Item #23

Stephen's Test of Faith

Twelve-year-old Stephen is mocked and ridiculed for his faith. But that test leads to a new understanding and inner strength that changes his life.

It's tough for a twelve-year-old to be rejected and scorned by his peers. It devastates young Stephen. He shares this humiliation with his parents at home. That night Stephen takes a faith-building journey during a dream. He travels through history meeting Jesus, Stephen the martyr, families about to enter the Roman coliseum, William Tyndale, Christian children in today's Middle East, and others who dare to share their faith. Young Stephen's view of the kingdom and his definition of "Christian" are revolutionized. He awakens and goes back to witness to his world, his trial of faith strengthened by the Body of Christ.

STEPHEN'S TEST OF FAITH is an inspiring challenge to all ages, a powerful tool for Sunday schools, the unsaved, classrooms, your home. This walk with faithful heroes encourages us with their historical call to continue following Jesus Christ when we are put to "the test."
DVD, 22 min. — Item #415

The Story of Amy Carmichael and the Dohnavur Fellowship

A documentary about Amy Carmichael and the continuing work of the Dohnavur Fellowship which she founded

Early in her life, Amy was called to the Lord's work. She never hesitated to answer him. After extensive mission work in her native Northern Ireland, Amy set off to distant shores. She longed to be in China where many of her missionary friends had gone to spread the Gospel and help those in need. But the Lord had another plan for Amy.

She would soon find herself in the mysterious land of India where the suffering was great and where her faith would be tested to the utmost--a place called Dohnavur, where God's love truly exists.
DVD, 50 min. — Item #2188

The Story of Eric Liddell

Eric Liddell is best known as the main character in Chariots of Fire. But it was his fascinating life as a missionary that proved his spiritual mettle. This Olympic medalist from Scotland lived -- and died -- for the testimony of Jesus Christ.

In this 3-part video with author and DAY OF DISCOVERY host David McCasland, you'll trace Eric's life from the 1924 Olympics to his years in war-torn China. you'll hear testimonies from historians, friends and family about his life a a boy, an athlete, a missionary, and a Bible teacher. But most of all, you'll learn about a man sold out for God.
DVD, 90 min. — Item #40

Suffering and the Sovereignty of God

Sproul Jr., R.C.

All people experience suffering and sorrow, yet our responses to suffering often vary widely. As we grapple with the hardships and sorrows that accompany life in this fallen world, it is crucial that we build our understanding of human suffering and divine sovereignty on the firm foundation of Scripture. In this powerful teaching series, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. shares poignant stories from his own life as he presents important scriptural teachings about God's role in human suffering.
DVD, 12 lectures on 2 DVDs — Item #2070

The Sugar Creek Gang: Race Against Nightfall

Finally the first of Sugar Creek's highly anticipated revival celebration arrives! But for some of the town's residents, the morning begins on a sour note... which leads to sour thoughts and the possibility of sour plans. The gang anticipates the upcoming evening's events together with a swim in the creek -- until the bullies show up. After a water scuffle, Big Bob Till tips off the gang to the possibility that the celebration might be in great jeopardy. Upon arrival at the revival, the gang members don their thinking caps and scour the area searching for clues. Join the gang in their race against nightfall to discover if there's any truth to Big Bob's threat before the threat comes true!
DVD, 70 min. — Item #400

The Sugar Creek Gang: Secret Hideout

The gang races through the swamp only to stumble upon previously unexplored territory that leads them right into the middle of a mystery. As if the puzzling new discoveries aren't enough, Poetry's lamb causes mischief in the schoolhouse and gets everyone in hot water with Miss Lilly. When things calm down, the gang plans an overnight stay in a cave near the cemetery, but Tom Till has been keeping a secret that is sure to shake things up. Matters get even more interesting when Old Man Paddler appears and reveals the truth behind the gang's secret hideout.
DVD, 75 min. — Item #344
DVD, 75 min. — Item #397

The Sugar Creek Gang: Swamp Robber

Bill Collins' relaxing afternoon at Sugar Creek turns into more than he bargained for when Poetry stumbles upon a disguise hidden in the swamp. Reports of a bank robber on the loose soon surface, and as the gang investigates they discover a map that leads to more than just treasure. During a campout near the hollow tree the kids must survive an encounter that leaves them wondering if a nearby cabin is really abandoned. If they can piece together the clues that confront them, mystery and adventure await the gang in their own backyard!
DVD, 70 min. — Item #393
DVD, 70 min. — Item #396

The Sugar Creek Gang: Teacher Trouble

The Sugar Creek Gang suddenly becomes the opposite of teacher's pet when the new substitute, Mr. Black, comes to town. A wrongful accusation gets Bill into trouble with his parents - and leads to a whole pile of questions. Why does Mr. Black keep taking pictures of people? Who poisoned Mr. Black's beautiful horse? Will the beech switches in the classroom actually be used on the gang? How do a barnful of pigeons, a ladder, a new book, and a baseball game lead to a fire in the schoolhouse on Sunday afternoon? To find out, join the Sugar Creek Gang as they try to avoid trouble with the teacher!
DVD, 65 min. — Item #343
DVD, 65 min. — Item #395

The Sugar Creek Gang: The Great Canoe Fish

Does the Great Canoe Fish actually exist? Or is he a two hundred year old canoe-size legend? The Sugar Creek Gang packs their fishing gear and sleeping bags for a canoe trip to find out. But they're not alone. Dragonfly spills the beans to the local town bullies who follow the gang in hopes of beating them to the catch. A gift from Old Man Paddler gives the gang an advantage, but the bullies keep their presence a secret long enough to nearly shatter the gang's hopes. Join the gang on their journey to the pregnant pig rock, help them catch waterfall worms, and find out if the Great Canoe Fish exists!
DVD, 70 min. — Item #399

The Supremacy of Christ in a Postmodern World

Piper, John

What does Jesus have to do with postmodernism?

John Piper, David Wells, Mark Driscoll, Tim Keller, D. A. Carson, and Voddie Baucham address this issue. They answer questions of what gospel, truth, church, love, and joy mean in our cultural context.

With the Bible as guide, these messages chart a way forward in an ever-changing culture and lift up the supreme Savior, Jesus Christ, who is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

Sessions include:

* David Wells - The Supremacy of Christ in a Postmodern World
* Voddie Baucham - The Supremacy of Christ and Truth in a Postmodern World
* Tim Keller - The Supremacy of Christ and the Gospel in a Postmodern World
* Mark Driscoll - The Supremacy of Christ and the Church in a Postmodern World
* D.A. Carson - The Supremacy of Christ and Love in a Postmodern World
* John Piper - The Supremacy of Christ and Joy in a Postmodern World
DVD, 3 sessions, 3 DVDs — Item #75
DVD, 3 sessions, 3 DVDs — Item #360

A Survey of Church History

W. Robert Godfrey

Many Christians know little about the history of the church. As a result, they're missing a testament to God's steadfastness over the centuries. In this monumental study series, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey sheds crucial light on church history, demonstrating God's promise to build and preserve His church so that "the gates of hell will not prevail against it" (Matt. 16:18). Across seventy-three messages, learn why having a working knowledge of church history remains relevant for our personal lives today, and for the church as a whole.

This set includes:
* Part 1 A.D. 100-600
* Part 2 A.D. 500-1500
* Part 3 A.D. 1500-1620
* Part 4 A.D. 1600-1800
* Part 5 A.D. 1800-1900
* Part 6 A.D. 1900-2000
DVD, 6 DVDs, 73 messages — Item #2098

Swamp Man! (Buddy Davis' Amazing Adventures)

Davis, Buddy

We've doubled the fun in this newest outdoor adventure!

Kids of all ages will be spellbound for over 45-minutes as they are taken "on-location" to learn about God's amazing animals of the everglades. Plus they'll love the animated story-song "Swamp Man" and the free game included in the bonus features. Children love the grandfatherly explorer/singer Buddy Davis, who leads them through the everglades on an air boat, via all-terrain vehicles, on flat bottom boats, and via hikes that reveal powerful alligators, amazing manatees, intelligent dolphins, cranes, a black bear, snakes, snapping turtles, and more! You probably didn't know just how big the variety of everglades animals is. This DVD reveals God's special design in each one!

Children love amazing animals. They also love DVD bonus features! This disc includes the on-screen "Nightmare Pass Adventure Game," the music video "God Made Me to Be a Swamp Man," tons of funny outtakes that will have you laughing at what went on behind-the-scenes in making this episode, and a heartfelt gospel presentation by Buddy.
DVD, 45 min. — Item #1411

TULIP: The Pursuit of God's Glory in Salvation

Piper, John

Sixteen, 30-minute DVD sessions with John Piper instruct groups in the five points of Calvinism so that they will uphold God's Word regarding God's saving work.

They are the fundamental tenets-better known as the "five points" of Calvinism, and they are abbreviated as TULIP: Total depravity, Unconditional election, Limited atonement, Irresistible grace, Perseverance of the saints.

John Piper walks study groups through each point in this DVD and its companion Study Guide, discussing the implications and the issues from a fully biblical perspective. Piper's 30-minute DVD teachings cover topics that include the meaning of "total" in total depravity, doing missions when God is sovereign, Romans 9 and the two wills of God, and ten effects of believing the five points of Calvinism.

This sixteen-session, guided group study equips facilitators, teachers, group leaders, and pastors to help their members understand the all-important differences between Calvinism and Arminianism. It also calls them to hold fast to biblical truth regarding God's salvific work in his people's lives.

1. Introduction
2. A Summary of the Five Points of Calvinism
3. Irresistible Grace: Six Arguments
4. Irresistible Grace: Conditional Language and Biblical Truth
5. Total Depravity: Sin Is about God
6. Total Depravity: What Does "Total" Mean?
7. Unconditional Election: God Chose Individuals
8. TULIP: Reviewing Total Depravity and Irresistible Grace
9. Unconditional Election: Doing Missions When God Is Sovereign
10. Unconditional Election: What about Foreknowledge and Faith?
11. Unconditional Election: Romans 9 and the Two Wills of God
12. Limited Atonement: Why Did Jesus Need to Die?
13. Limited Atonement: Who Limits the Atonement?
14. Perseverance of the Saints: The Necessity of Endurance
15. Perseverance of the Saints: Kept by the Power of God
16. Ten Effects of Believing the Five Points of Calvinism
DVD, 3 DVDs, sixteen 30-minute videos — Item #363

The Tabernacle

If you have every wanted to see inside the Holy Place; if you have ever dared to imagine the experience of being in the Holy of Holies, then you will be thrilled when you watch The Tabernacle. AniMan Studios presents this intriguing walk through of the ancient Tabernacle. This meeting place between sinful man and Holy God is seen in illuminating three-dimensional computer-generated detail.

You'll marvel at the stark contrast between the bronze-covered Altar, with its implications of death, and the exquisite gold Lampstand, showing the way to life and forgiveness. The Table of Shewbread, the Altar of Incense, even the Ark of the Covenant, will no longer be just mental images. You will feel as if you have walked on Holy Ground just as the priests once did.

Hard to visualize passages of scripture come to life as you appreciate what God has revealed when you watch THE TABERNACLE.

"The Tabernacle video is a stunningly visual demonstration of how God lived among His people in the desert before they entered the Promised Land. With vivid pictures and appropriate narration, this presentation will help the significance of the tabernacle come alive for you and your students." - Josh McDowell
DVD, appx. 28 min. — Item #409

Tactics in Defending the Faith

Koukl, Greg

Are you tired of finding yourself flat-footed and intimidated in conversations about your faith and values? Do you want to increase your confidence and skill in discussions, no matter whom you're talking to? Then TACTICS is for you.

And you can help others learn the material by using this unique interactive training tool.

As a facilitator or as a teacher, your group will learn specific skills to help:

* Initiate conversations effortlessly
* Stop challengers in their tracks and turn the tables
* Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking
* Maneuver through mine fields
* Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively

Included are six one-hour interactive sessions on DVD with discussion, role-playing, self-assessment quizzes, recall exercises, memory tools, games, and competition. Comprehensive leader and student manuals are included in PDF for printing and copying. And when you learn the material well enough to teach this course without the DVD, use the PowerPoint slides included on the data CD.

You will have everything needed to teach or facilitate a group to be stronger and better equipped to skillfully present their faith and the reasons why Jesus Christ is the answer.

Stand to Reason is an educational organization training ambassadors for Christ to defend classical Christianity and classical Christian values in a gracious, even-handed, yet incisive way. Our focus is on knowledge (an accurate message), on wisdom (a skillful, tactical, and fair method), and on on character (a warm, attractive, and inviting manner). STR takes the life of the mind seriously, while encouraing a deep, personal devotion to Jesus Christ.

Gregory Koukl is the founder and president of Stand to Reason, an winning writer, and a radio talk show host. A central theme of his speaking and writing is that Christianity can compete in marketplace of ideas when it's properly understood and properly articulated. It provides a sound coherent world view and compelling answers to our deepest questions.
DVD — Item #1417

The Theological Roots of Modern Science

Schaefer, Dr. Henry Fritz

Citing numerous examples of prominent Christians who have significant contributions to science, Dr. Schaefer makes a compelling case for the importance of the Christian faith to the rise of modern science. In an exclusive interview he also discusses why a Christian worldview is more compatible with the findings of modern cosmology than a purely naturalistic and materialistic worldview.
DVD — Item #47

Thousands... Not Billions

What is the age of the earth? Is it thousands or billions of years? Does it matter? Evolution demands that the earth is billions of years old, which is in direct conflict with the plain teaching of Genesis.

Many people persuaded by the claims of mainstream science, would argue that the earth is very old. However, the Bible clearly teaches that God created the world in six literal days. Combining the Biblical chronologies with a six-day creation suggests a young earth, not an old one. What is at stake is the perceived truth and integrity of the book of Genesis and ultimately our confidence in Scripture.

From 1997 to 1005, the Institute for Creation Research facilitated a group of scientists known as the RATE Team (Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth) to carefully examine conventional dating methods and conduct extensive scientific research which now offers persuasive evidence that the earth is thousands, not billions of years old. The discoveries from this research project are quite astonishing, and should at least cause those who hold to the old-earth view, to reexamine the evidence.

This compelling documentary summarizes the extensive eight-year research project, and includes a brief dramatization of the all-too-common experience of a Christian student whose faith is challenged by a secular science professor steeped in evolution. Included in this special edition of THOUSANDS... NOT BILLIONS are several useful bonus features that can be utilized in many ways, including in the classroom.
DVD, 48 min. — Item #81

Through Gates of Splendor

God's call took five missionaries into the land of the primitive South American Auca natives who savagely murdered them. But then, Elisabeth "Betty" Elliot, wife of one of the martyrs, her daughter and Rachel Saint courageously returned to live among the Aucas and continue the mission work previously begun. Narrated by Elisabeth Elliot, "Through Gates of Splendor" is an effective and gripping revelation of God at work during a key period in contemporary missions history.
DVD, 36 min. — Item #45

Time Changer

The year is 1890 and Bible professor Russell Carlisle (D. David Morin) has written a new manuscript "The Changing Times." His book is about to receive a unanimous endorsement from the board members of the Grace Bible Seminary until his colleague Dr. Norris Anderson (Gavin MacLeod) raises an objection. Dr. Anderson believes that what Carlisle has written could greatly affect the future of coming generations. Using a secret time machine, Anderson sends Carlisle over 100 years into the future, offering him a glimpse of where his beliefs will lead.
DVD, appx. 90 min. — Item #359

Time and Eternity

Moody Science Classics

Say, do you like mystery stories? The mystery is time. The haunted house is space. In this true story, the ghosts travel at the speed of light -- and they come straight out of the past -- your past.

In TIME AND ETERNITY, you're going to explore the mystery of time in the laboratory. Using a super high-speed camera nicknamed a "time microscope" and a time-lapse camera, Dr. Irwin Moon teaches about time.

The reality of eternity is seen as a scientific fact. An infinite God of time, space, and eternity offers the solution to life's one absolute, the necessity of forgiveness.
DVD, 43 min. — Item #197

The Torchlighters: The Adoniram and Ann Judson Story

Follow the extraordinary adventures of Adoniram Judson and his wife Ann, the first foreign missionaries from the United States. Having been turned away from India, the young couple sets out for Burma, where they work to reach souls in a land where professing Christ would mean certain death. When treacherous religious leaders falsely accuse Adoniram of spying, Burma's ruthless king throws him into prison, leaving Ann and her unborn child to struggle alone. Will Adoniram escape death and reunite with his wife and child? Will their Bible translation, the only one of its kind, be lost forever?
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2191

The Torchlighters: The Amy Carmichael Story

As Amy Carmichael travels about southern India at the turn of the twentieth century, her deepest desire is to share Jesus' love with the local people. She has traded her Irish clothing for a cheap Indian sari, gathered together a small group of women, and laid aside all plans for marriage and children. As one of her Indian companions points out, children would "tie the feet," taking her attention away from her goal of sharing Christ with the people of India.

Upon adopting the name "The Starry Cluster," the little group eagerly sets out with great hope of fulfilling Daniel 12:3: "Those that lead many to righteousness shall shine like the stars forever." However, results are few as the Indian caste system, which does not allow people of different social levels to interact, and the society's lesser appreciation of women, make it difficult to connect with the people. Even so, some of the women and a few children are drawn to their Christian message.

Meanwhile, seven-year-old Preena has been given to the Indian temple by her impoverished family in an attempt to gain the favor of the Hindu gods. Though the temple women try to break her spirit through hard work and confinement, Preena holds on to the hope of escape. During her first daring getaway, Preena encounters Amy Carmichael in the market place and quickly recognizes something different in this kind woman in the light blue sari. As the temple leaders snatch her away, Preena cries out for help even as she grabs hold of the cross swinging from Amy's neck.

Back at the temple, Preena pays dearly for running away and is warned to stay away from Amy Carmichael, known in the village as the "soul-stealing woman." Yet, Preena cannot forget the kindness and love she saw in Amy - a love she describes as "all light." Driven by that love and led by a God she has barely heard about, Preena attempts another escape in order to find Amy.

Through a miraculous work of God, Amy returns to her village from a missionary journey just as Preena escapes the temple for a second time, and they soon find each other. Preena becomes the first of many children who eventually join the Starry Cluster. The work Amy began among the women and children of India continues to this day through the Dohnavur Fellowship.

The Amy Carmichael Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English and Spanish subtitles.
* 30-minute abridgment taken from the documentary Amy Carmichael: Mother to the Motherless.
* Comprehensive leader's guide with lesson plans, background information, and more.
* Reproducible student handouts, including comprehension and discussion questions, puzzles, activities, coloring, and more.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1385

The Torchlighters: The Augustine Story

Bright young Augustine thinks his mother's religion is foolishness. With his "superior" intellect to guide him, he sneaks away from home and ventures to a new life in the city of Rome. Soon Augustine finds himself in an important position as "The Voice of The Emperor," with the life of luxury he's always wanted. When the empire decides to take over one of Milan's Christian basilicas, Augustine prepares to give the speech of a lifetime, one that will slow the rising tide of Christianity's influence. With his devout mother and the unwavering Bishop Ambrose on one side and angry, armed soldiers on the other, Augustine discovers he must choose whom he will serve.

The Augustine Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles?
* Documentary on Augustine
* Comprehensive leader's guide with lesson plans, background information, and more
* Reproducible student handouts, including comprehension and discussion questions, puzzles, activities, coloring, and more
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1388

The Torchlighters: The Corrie ten Boom Story

Corrie ten Boom and her family are masters of their craft; they repair broken watches and return them safely to their owners. But as the evil of World War II sweeps through their city, a new kind of "watch" comes to their care: an innocent Jewish baby, desperately needing protection from the cruelty of the new Nazi regime. How will the ten Booms keep this baby and many others out of harm's way, and what will be the cost of serving God amidst unthinkable evils? When faith is tested, hope is tried, and love is strained, will Corrie's God prevail? See her amazing story of courage, sacrifice, and forgiveness anew through this gripping episode of The Torchlighters
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1419

The Torchlighters: The Eric Liddell Story

Eric Liddell is fast. In fact he is the fastest runner in all of Scotland, winning race after race. This national hero with an easy smile has captured the country's heart, and they can't wait to see him take on the world in the 1924 Paris Olympics. Eric's coach is training him hard for his very best event, the 100-meter sprint, in which he is expected to win a gold medal. Eric has got talent, fame, and a bright future as a star athlete. But Eric has something else that is even more important to him: Faith.

Eric's goals go beyond winning local or national races. They go beyond even the International Olympics. Eric's main goal is to serve and follow God, no matter what the cost. One day he hopes to become a missionary to China where he lived for his early years and where his parents still serve. Eric will not let anything or anyone come between him and God.

When Eric and his coach learn of his acceptance into the Olympics, a conflict is quickly noticed. The time trials for Eric's race are on a Sunday. Eric's desire to keep the Sabbath holy means he does not race on Sundays. He has always kept the Lord's Day for worship and rest, and he is not going to change just for the Olympics! The people of Scotland are outraged. The golden boy falls quickly out of favor, as their hopes for Olympic gold are dashed. No matter how the public pressure mounts, Eric will not compromise his principles.

Finally a solution is found. The Olympic committee agrees to allow Eric to compete in two other events, which do not take place on a Sunday: the 200-meter and the 400-meter races. Though he faces tough competition and is somewhat out of his league, Eric surprises the world with a gold medal win and new world record in the 400 and a Bronze in the 200. Eric returns as a national hero! Following the Olympics, Eric's fame spreads. He uses his many speaking engagements to share his faith, while living the life of a celebrity.

But, in 1925 Eric leaves all that behind to return to China as a missionary. Eric and his wife serve for the better part of 20 years. When the horrors of World War II reach them, they continue to follow God. While his wife cares for their children, Eric faces danger to rescue and help the wounded, sharing his faith all the while. Eric continues to bear a strong witness even as he is marched off to a concentration camp for "enemy nationals." Eric Liddell is known around the world as a man of conviction. His athletic achievements gained him recognition for his day, but his choice to put God first has made him a hero for all time.

The Eric Liddell Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles.
* Full-length documentary, featuring interviews with Liddell's daughters.
* Reproducible study material.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1381

The Torchlighters: The Gladys Aylward Story

Gladys Aylward may be small, but she serves a Big God! She's seen Him lead through countless trials and challenges. But now, after eight years of service in China, Gladys is facing a crucial decision. Her village is under attack by the Japanese and the children in her care are in danger. Desperate to get the one hundred children out of harm's way, the wounded Gladys awakens them in the night and begins a one hundred mile journey to safety. She is the only adult. There is no vehicle and no pack animal. They must carry what they need. It is a journey that can only be attempted with God at the lead.

As expected, the physical and emotional challenges of such a journey prove to be immense. Gladys must struggle through her own hunger, fatigue, injury, and illness in order to help the children persevere over the mountain. All the while they know enemy soldiers could attack. When they tire of singing songs, Gladys urges the children along with stories of God - sharing the many ways He has worked throughout her life.

Just when Gladys has given her all and seems unable to face one more roadblock, we find the tables have turned. The children whom she has protected, nourished, and led now offer hope back to her. They have learned well from their beloved role model and now remind her that God is still God and He will see them through. And indeed, He does.

Gladys Aylward's faith and courage are strong examples for us. As a young Christian, Gladys faced immense obstacles. She had few means, was a poor student, and was told she should not become a missionary. Yet, Gladys decided that if God asked her to do something, she would do it. No barriers or roadblocks would stop her, as she trusted in His plan and provision. The road was often uncertain and difficult, but Gladys persevered with her Savior by her side. The small woman with a big God left a legacy of faith in her adopted land of China. Her story encourages each of us to follow as God leads and trust in His provision.

The Gladys Aylward Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles.
* Original, full-length documentary featuring biographer Carol Purves and Gladys' adopted son Clifford Liu.
* Comprehensive leaders guide.
* Student guide and online activities.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1382

The Torchlighters: The Harriet Tubman Story

For centuries slavery reigned in parts of America, forcing an entire people into a lifetime of suffering and servitude. Living under the thumb of this oppressive system, young Harriet Tubman prayed ceaselessly that she and her family would be set free. Little did she know. God would use her and her resolute faith in Jesus to rescue not only her own family, but hundreds of other enslaved African-Americans as well. Discover how Harriet followed God, became the Moses of her people, and persevered despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2190

The Torchlighters: The Jim Elliot Story

In 1956, news from the steamy jungles of Ecuador spread rapidly around the world. Five young American men had been mercilessly killed by members of the Auca (Woadani) tribe - the very same people those young men had gone
to serve and befriend. That seemingly senseless tragedy has become an inspirational marvel as family members of those young men have now befriended that very same tribe!

This is the story of one of the brave torchlighters who lost his life that fateful day. Jim Elliot spent his youth preparing to share the Gospel with those who'd never heard it. But nothing could have prepared him for th
e dangers and challenges he would face in the jungles of Ecuador. The remote Auca tribe was suspicious and antagonistic toward even the friendliest gestures from outsiders.

Would Jim and his fellow missionaries ever be able to break down the hostile barriers and carry a torch of faith to these people who are determined to attack all outsiders? In this episode of Torchlighters we follow Jim'
s adventures in faith from his college years to his work in the jungles, to the legacy he and his fellow missionaries left behind.

The Jim Elliot Story Features

* Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Hindi, Gujarati with optional English subtitles.
* Interview with Steve Saint, son of Elliot's fellow martyr Nate Saint.
* Autobiography of Marj Saint Van Der Puys, Nate's wife.
* Comprehensive leader's guide in pdf on the video and on this website.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1378

The Torchlighters: The John Bunyan Story

John Bunyan is a hard-working family man. As a tinker, he goes from town to town, mending pots and pans for all who will pay. He's put aside the pranks of youth and his rough days as a soldier and is trying hard to live a good clean life. No cursing, no fighting and no stealing! But despite all his efforts, John can't free himself from a heavy burden of guilt. Fear of eternal damnation haunts him day and night. Finally, a chance meeting helps John to understand that he must hand his sin over to the One who can carry the load. Once he's free of the burden of guilt, John is like a new man. Nothing can stop him from sharing the good news of salvation with others. Before long, this uneducated tinker is preaching to crowds that are hungry for solid spiritual food.

There's just one problem. Preaching outside of the official church is illegal in England in 1660. When the authorities learn of the tinker-preacher and the large crowds coming to hear him, they draw up the necessary papers and send their officers to do the dirty work. If Bunyan preaches even one sentence, he will be arrested and thrown into prison. With his wife, his children and his congregation watching, John Bunyan steps to the pulpit. With a glance toward the waiting officers and their arrest warrant, Bunyan takes a deep breath and begins his sermon. He would rather follow his calling and suffer the consequences than cower in fear as a free man.

Once in prison, John's ministry continues in a new way. The man with little education and much personal grief uncovers a distinct talent for writing. After completing several non-fiction books, John begins the most important work of his life. The Pilgrim's Progress follows the struggle of a Christian pilgrim to stay true to his beliefs, avoid temptations, and remain on the narrow path to reach heaven. Published in 1678, this book's description of Christianity as a journey containing both highs and lows has impacted countless millions of people. After the Bible, it has been the most circulated Christian work of all time. John Bunyan's life was filled with challenges and victories. No matter what his circumstances, this torchlighter followed God to the fullest. Like the main character in his book, Bunyan used all his gifts and resources to press on through thick and thin. His message still rings true today.

The John Bunyan Story Features

* Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Hindi, Gujarati with optional English subtitles.
* Documentary with a visit to the John Bunyan Museum.
* Reproducible study guides.
* The Pilgrim's Progress board game in PDF.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1380

The Torchlighters: The John Wesley Story

As a boy, John Wesley is miraculously saved from his family's burning home. He later refers to himself as a "brand plucked from the burning." His mother believes God has spared the boy for a special purpose. As a man, Wesley tries to live out that special purpose on his own strength and good works, but it only brings frustration and failure.

Finally, after years of struggle, Wesley embraces saving grace! But his new message is not welcome in the established churches. Will John break all the rules and take his message outside the church walls to the needy and outcast?
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2130

The Torchlighters: The Martin Luther Story

In a world ruled by a corrupt and greedy church, all it took was one little nail, one well-written scroll, and one sharp-tongued monk to turn everything upside down! Martin Luther didn't mean to spark the Reformation with his 95 Theses, but his realization that salvation comes through faith and not works ignited the revolution that changed the world. As Pope Leo X hounds and fights him at every turn, will Luther have the courage to stand strong--even to death?
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2131

The Torchlighters: The Perpetua Story

In the year 202 AD, the Roman emperor has decreed that there shall be no new Christians. Conversions are forbidden on pain of death. The government sees the Christian "sect" as bad news because they refuse to offer the required sacrifice to the emperor. They must be stopped before others join them and upset the system!

Yet, in ancient Carthage, as all over the empire, men and women still come to Christ, risking execution for doing so. Slave and free, rich and poor, old and young, they gather together under the cover of darkness to worship the one true God, strengthening their bond and their faith commitment.

Among the new believers is a privileged young mother named Perpetua. When the Roman soldiers swoop into the peaceful meeting they arrest all the new believers who are preparing for baptism. Perpetua is arrested, along with four others, including her pregnant slave Felicity. Perpetua no longer sees Felicity as a slave, but as a beloved sister in Christ.

Ancient prisons are horrible places: dark, stinking (there are no toilets), hot, crowded, and dangerous. By offering just a simple pinch of incense to the emperor as a god, Perpetua and her companions can be free to return to their families and the comforts of home. Everyone else does it, no matter what gods they worship. But the early believers, though obedient to the government, refuse to do anything that looks like idolatry.

Through her diary, Perpetua leaves a written record of their ordeal and the many ways the Lord comforts them: She experiences great joy when she is allowed to keep her baby in prison; encouragement comes through the visits of fellow believers; One, who may have been their teacher, even joins them in prison in order to share in their ordeal; Peace and contentment are strengthened through visions, including one confirming they are to be martyred, but will have victory over death with eternal life in heaven.

It is said that many in Carthage found Christ and entered the Church because of the witness of Perpetua, Felicity, and their companions. Perpetua's story encourages each of us to make faith in God our highest priority, and to not be swayed by outside forces. Her faith and actions were radical in her time, and she continues to challenge believers today to walk more fully with the Lord.

The Perpetua Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles.
* Full-length documentary with church experts, filmed in Tunisia.
* 30-minute audio drama, Perpetua's Choice
* Reproducible leader's guide and student handouts.
DVD, 37 min. — Item #1384

The Torchlighters: The Richard Wurmbrand Story

It's a dangerous time to be a Christian in World War II Romania. The Russian Communists are in power, and like the Nazis before them, they are persecuting Christians. Pastor Richard Wurmbrand's church continues meeting secretly, as Richard ministers to his congregation and works to spread the Gospel whenever possible.

But the Communist authorities are scheming. They call a public meeting of the church leaders, offering "protection" to those who will voice support for the government. If they can get the leaders to profess allegiance, they know the rest of the people will be much more manageable. One after another Christian leaders take the stage and give speeches to show their support for the Communists - in return they will enjoy relative safety. When Pastor Wurmbrand is called to the podium, he must decide what to do. With his wife's urging, Richard throws down the gauntlet. He makes a public declaration of his faith and refuses to support the Communists, thereby placing his entire family in danger.

As events unfold, Richard is soon kidnapped by the secret police. Over the next 8 years, they try to break him with every technique in the book, but he will not bend. Not only does Richard hold steadfast to the faith, he serves as a pastor to others in prison. Meanwhile, his family also suffers, but walks on in faith.

After Richard is finally released, he is overjoyed to discover the underground church still gathering for worship and encouraging one another. Richard went on to use his experience to help people around the world understand how Christians and others were being treated behind the iron curtain. His work continues today through the organization he founded, The Voice of the Martyrs (VOM).

The Richard Wurmbrand Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English, Spanish and Romanian subtitles.
* Full-length documentary, including interviews with the Wurmbrand's son Mihai and Voice of the Martyrs director Tom White.
* Reproducible leader's guide and student material.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1383

The Torchlighters: The Robert Jermain Thomas Story

Young Robert Jermain Thomas is a promising Welsh minister with a gift for new languages. For Thomas, there is no doubt God wants him to use his abilities to bring the Gospel of Jesus to the Far East. But when he suffers tragedy in China, Thomas loses direction and hope. That is, until he meets two Christian fishermen from the 'Hermit Kingdom' of Korea who want to know more. Though Christianity is illegal and Westerners forbidden, Thomas has a new mission: to bring the Word of God to the Korean people, no matter the cost. What will Thomas have to sacrifice to share God's Word with Korea?
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2129

The Torchlighters: The Samuel Morris Story

Young Prince Kaboo is being held for ransom by a fierce enemy tribe. When his African father can no longer meet their demands, Kaboo's fate is sealed. The fierce warriors tie the weakened prince to a pole and prepare to finish him off. Suddenly, a blinding light appears, and the ropes fall away! Kaboo's strength returns, and he hears a voice urging him to run. While stunned warriors look on in fear, Kaboo escapes into the African jungle and stumbles upon a mission complex, where he learns of his heavenly Father who paid the ransom for all!

Taking the new name "Samuel Morris," he sets out on a mission to share his newfound faith with all who will listen. Don't miss this dramatic episode of The Torchlighters: The Samuel Morris Story, African missionary to America!

The Samuel Morris Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles?
* 58-minute documentary Samuel Morris: African Missionary to North America
* Comprehensive leader's guide with lesson plans, background information, and more
* Reproducible student handouts, including comprehension and discussion questions, puzzles, activities, coloring, and more
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1387

The Torchlighters: The William Booth Story

Introduce children to the action-packed story behind the Salvation Army and its founder William Booth. The pub owners and their hired thugs are ready for William and his ragtag followers when they come marching into London's East End. With clubs and rocks, the thugs are set to chase this preacher out of town once and for all. But William and his "Salvation Army" are not so easily dissuaded! Armed only with Bibles, musical instruments and their unflinching faith in God, they march in to face their most dangerous opponents so far. Who will win the spiritual battle for the hurting souls of this forgotten corner of London?

The William Booth Story Features

* English and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles.
* 44-minute documentary, abridged from the program Our People: The Story of William and Catherine Booth
* Comprehensive leader's guide with lesson plans, background information, and more
* Reproducible student handouts, including discussion questions, puzzles, activities coloring, and more
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1386

The Torchlighters: The William Tyndale Story

William Tyndale's calling is to right a great wrong. Church and government authorities have made it illegal to read, write or even speak the sacred Scriptures in English. The most important book ever written is being kept from all but the most educated and powerful people of the day. Sensing that God's Word is for all people, William defies the authorities and begins the difficult and dangerous work of translating the Old and New Testaments.

This episode of Torchlighters follows William's adventures as he works in secret to complete his task. Friends and allies will help him along, but enemies may be lurking behind any corner. Children will be challenged by the story of how William risks his life to bring God's word to England. When they see the sacrifice William is willing to make so that others may read the Bible, their appreciation for the Scriptures will increase.

The William Tyndale Story DVD Features

* Arabic, Cantonese, English, Gutaraji, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish languages with optional English subtitles.
* Stimulating interview with Dr. David Daniell, Tyndale scholar.
* Fascinating interview with actor Russell Boulter, voice of Tyndale.
* Comprehensive leader's guide with background information, timeline of the period, additional resources, and more.
* Reproducible student handouts, including comprehension and discussion questions, puzzles, activities, coloring, and more.
* Interactive children's quiz.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #1379

Tortured For Christ

Be inspired by love and forgiveness that conquered Communist prisons. Pastor Richard Wurmbrand suffered 14 years of imprisonment and brutal torture, while his wife, Sabina, was treated as a slave in a labor camp. Their only "crimes" were their faith and witness for Jesus Christ. Through it all, they loved their enemies and sought to win their torturers for Christ.

Filmed entirely on location in Romania, including in the very prison where Richard endured torture and solitary confinement, this is the cinematic retelling of one of the most powerfully inspiring and historically significant testimonies of all time. Based on the testimony of VOM founder Pastor Richard Wurmbrand as written in his international bestseller Tortured for Christ, this movie was produced By The Voice of the Martyrs to honor the 50th anniversary of the book's 1967 release.
DVD, 77 min. — Item #2180

Treasures of the Snow

High in the Swiss Alps a little boy, Danny, disappears. Lucien, a lonely frightened boy of 13, is overtaken by catastrophic events and he finds himself outcast with his family, school friends, and especially the very hostile Annette from the neighboring farm.

Impelled to escape, the fugitive boy finds peace high up in the forest, where he meets an old woodcarver. When accepted and encouraged by this mysterious character, Lucien begins to have hope. But when rejection comes again, he discovers the hard way that a price has to be paid for forgiveness before there can be any reconciliation.

Filmed in the breathtaking Swiss Alps, high above Lake Geneva, Treasures of the Snow captures the changing mood of the mountains deep in the snow of winter, the delicate colors of the spring flowers in the open valleys and bell-jingling cattle beneath the snow-capped peaks in the summer sun!

The charm of genuine antique Swiss chalets with their quaint interiors will delight. And viewers will experience real life drama, the tensions of ordinary people under pressure and the satisfaction of righteousness rewarded.
DVD, 107 min. — Item #1299

The Truth About Homosexuality: A Compassionate Response

Shelmon, Alan

What should the relationships with our friends and family who identify as gay and lesbian look like? Alan Shlemon will answer that question with truth and compassion. In these four sessions, hell clarify what both Scripture and science say about homosexuality, and then offer practical principles for the church, our friends, and our family that will help guide our interactions:

* Session 1: What Does Scripture Say about Homosexuality?
* Session 2: What Does Science Say about Homosexuality?
* Session 3: What Are Some Causes of Same-Sex Attraction?
* Session 4: How to Speak the Truth with Compassion
DVD, 185 min. — Item #2107

Ultimate Adventure

Moody Science Classics

Scorching sun, danger, and injury. Dick Ewing faced all of this and more when he became one of the first men to cross the vast expanse of the Sahara on a motorcycle and survive.

In ULTIMATE ADVENTURE, Dick confronts a life and death struggle and a dramatic "encounter" with God.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #202

The Ultimate Proof of Creation

Lisle, Dr. Jason

In this companion DVD to his book by the same name, Dr. Lisle presents an ultimate proof for the existence of God and the truth of creation. He goes beyond the battle over "evidence," and demonstrates why and how we are to defend the faith. Dr. Lisle shows why secular worldviews cannot stand up to logical scrutiny, and how only the Christian worldview can account for the world we live in. Refreshing and powerful!
DVD, 58 min. — Item #431

Unbroken: Path to Redemption

Based on Laura Hillenbrand's bestselling book, UNBROKEN: PATH TO REDEMPTION begins where the hit movie Unbroken concludes, sharing the next amazing chapter of the unbelievable true story of Olympian and World War II hero Louis Zamperini.

Haunted by nightmares of his torment, Louie sees himself as anything but a hero. Then, he meets Cynthia, a young woman who captures his eye -- and his heart.

Louie's wrathful quest for revenge drives him deeper into despair, putting the couple on the brink of divorce. Until Cynthia experiences Billy Graham's 1949 Los Angeles Crusade where she finds faith in God and a renewed commitment to her marriage and her husband. Now, her most fervent prayer is for God to help Louie find the peace and forgiveness he so desperately needs.

UNBROKEN: PATH TO REDEMPTION brings to life the rest of this powerful real-life story of forgiveness, redemption, and amazing grace.
DVD, 99 min. — Item #2189

An Uncommon Union: The Life and Love of Sarah and Jonathan Edwards

Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) was America's greatest theologian and a leader in "The Great Awakening" (which reached its height in the 1740s), a religious movement that decisively shaped American life.

This is the story of Edwards and his remarkable wife Sarah as seen through her eyes. Sarah is played by Maggie Rowe, who adapted for the screen her one-person play performed for several years across America. The life of the Edwards makes for an incredible story. Leaders of a prestigious colonial American church parish, they survived the death of children and grandchildren, international fame for spiritual leadership, and local humiliation and public, ridicule from opponents. Edwards paved the way for deeper understanding of the ways and working of God in the world that has inspired every generation since, yet he was voted out of his own congregation by resentful agitators. Through it all was his faithful wife Sarah. Mother of 11 children, she supported him through the peaks and valleys, even though she was herself subject to bouts of depression.

Edwards is often remembered for his famous sermon, Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, delivered in Enfield, Connecticut on July 8, 1741. In this program, however, we see him through the eyes of his beloved wife as a minister whose emphasis was far more on the grace and mercy of God. Through the intimacy of their gentle and faithful love for each other, we are provided penetrating insight into an amazing home and marriage relationship, one that left an incredible legacy in American history, as well as insight into an unusual man who stands among the most influential in all of church history.
DVD, 56 min. — Item #225

Undaunted: The Early Life of Josh McDowell

Josh McDowell was born into the harsh realities of a cruel world. His father's violent alcoholism coupled with his own childhood molestation filled McDowell with shame. Over the years, that shame drove him further and further from Christ, until it finally turned to rage. Eager to rail against the existence of a loving God, McDowell sought out conflict with the Christians he encountered in college. He mocked their beliefs and scorned their faith until they issued him a challenge: prove God doesn't exist. Obsessively, McDowell traveled the world scouring sacred historical texts for evidence contradicting Christianity. What he found instead was truth -- and a faith that led to grace and redeemed a broken man.

UNDAUNTED is the true story of how Josh McDowell set out to prove Jesus Christ never existed -- but ended up on a journey that brought him face to face with God's love and transforming power. His ministry with Campus Crusade for Christ has allowed him to share the good news of his Savior to millions people around the world, and he's published over 120 books in the field of Christian Apologetics, including More Than a Carpenter and Evidence That Demands a Verdict. He is living proof that a life can be transformed.
DVD, 68 min. — Item #2172

The Uniqueness of Man

Burgess, Stuart

In this powerful presentation, British engineer Stuart Burgess describes some of the many unique design features of man, including arched feet, facial expressions, skillful hands, fine skin, intricate language, and an amazingly powerful brain.

Each feature shows that we have not evolved from an ape-like animal but have been specifically created, and each feature shows that we are equipped for far more than survival. We are designed to perform skillful tasks so that we can be creative stewards of God's creation. We are also uniquely spiritual and emotional beings, and our ultimate purpose is to praise and fellowship with our Creator!
DVD, 60 min. — Item #1938

Unlocking the Mystery of Life

In 1859, Charles Darwin published, "On the Origin of Species." In it, he argued that all of life on earth was the product of undirected natural processes -- time, chance, and natural selection.

Since Darwin, biologists have relied on such processes to account for the origin of living things. Yet today, this approach is being challenged as never before.

"Unlocking the Mystery of Life" is the story of contemporary scientists who are advancing a powerful, but controversial, idea -- the theory of "intelligent design." It is a theory based upon compelling biochemical evidence.

Through state-of-the-art computer animation, Unlocking the Mystery of Life transports you into the interior of the living cell to explore systems and machines that bear the unmistakable hallmarks of design. Discover the intricacy of a microscopic bacterial rotary motor, which spins at 100,000 rpm.

Within the cell nucleus explore the wonder of DNA, a threadlike molecule that stores instructions to build the essential components of every living organism. It is part of a biological information processing system more complex and more powerful than any computer network.

This remarkable documentary examines the scientific case for intelligent design -- an idea with the power to revolutionize our understanding of life...and to unlock the mystery of its origin.
DVD, 65 min. — Item #42

The Visitor

Based on Tolstoy's short story "Where Love Is," THE VISITOR tells the story of a cobbler named Martin and his struggle with personal tragedy.

A good husband and devoted father, Martin loses his wife and son in a tragic automobile crash. The loss leaves him withdrawn and bitter, and even though he is a Christian, he feels that God has abandoned him.

Everyone Martin encounters is dragged down by his troubled spirit. However, one day, totally unexpectedly, a friend from Martin's past helps fan the last flickering spark of faith and assures Martin that an important visitor is coming to see him. Martin thinks this visitor coming will be the Lord. He begins to find renewed strength and faith from the Scriptures. He begins to grow and reach out to others.

He waits expectantly and visitors do come, but not as Martin had imagined. Ordinary, everyday people become the channels of God's grace and are used by the Spirit to restore to Martin a new joy, hope, and purpose in life.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #414

Voice of the Deep

Moody Science Classics

Have you ever heard a fish that croaks or shrimp that clack? How about porpoise that moo? The "silent deep" is not so silent after all. Take a trip beneath the sea to discover many strange facts about a little-known world.

In VOICE OF THE DEEP, we see that a person needs not only new ears, but a new life to fathom the mysteries of the spiritual realm.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #201

A Vow to Cherish

A VOW TO CHERISH is a compelling story about the power of faith, hope and love. Emmy Award winner Barbara Babcock leads a talented cast in this deeply moving love story that will change families for good. Also stars Tony Award winner Ken Howard, Ossie Davis, Donna Bullock and David Morin.

John Brighton (Howard) and his wife Ellen (Babcock) are faced with a merciless illness that will either confirm their love or destroy their marriage. Careers and family are thrown into a tailspin as life becomes more and more desperate.

Pulled in all directions by a selfish brother (Morin), a new jogging partner (Bullock) and a spiritual mentor (Davis), John must search his soul for the true meaning of commitment and the vows he made so many years ago.
DVD, 83 min. — Item #304

Voyage Inside the Cell

In this film, spectacular computer-generated images transport us inside a living cell. We follow a hormone as it passes through the cell membrane and cytoplasm, and enters the nucleus where we see the magnificent ballet of mitosis, the replication of DNA and the separation of chromosomes to form two daughter cells. A lively narrative text and original music accompany the images.

"The remarkable graphics really bring home in detail the large number of molecular processes and gadgets responsible for the behavior of a cell, including DNA replication and cellular division. Astonishing!" -- Francis Crick, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies

Table of Contents:
1. Membranes, Hormones, & Receptors
2. Signals & Calcium
3. Endocytosis
4. Mitochondria, Microtubules, & Motors
5. Cytoplasm & Centrosome
6. Inside the Nucleus: Genes
7. Nuclear Receptors & Micromachines
8. The Structure of DNA
9. DNA Makes RNA
10. From DNA to Chromosomes
11. Mitosis & Cell Division
DVD, appx. 15 min. — Item #215

The War Within

THE WAR WITHIN is a unique fantasy that takes viewers to a world that only God can see; the world of the inner man. Michael Sinclair (Brett Varvel) is a syndicated cartoonist whose dream of a perfect life is upended when tragic events transform his dream into a nightmare. The result is a war that wages within his soul which is personified by six members; Mind, Memory, Emotion, Will, Conscience, and Heart. The ensuing battle for control adversely effects his relationship with his wife Amy (Rebecca Reid) and causes Michael to doubt his faith in God. But in the midst of this spiritual test, Michael discovers that victory is found in surrender. As viewers follow the quest for answers inside of Michael, they may discover their own war within.
DVD, 92 min. — Item #2111

West Africa: I Once Was Blind (Dispatches from the Front #3)

The third episode in the award-winning series Dispatches from the Front goes deep into the lands of West Africa, lands broken and bloodied by years of horrific civil war, desperate poverty, and dark religion. For centuries Islam and demon worship have held millions in the grip of fear, violence, and blood-guilt. However, the Gospel is changing all of that!

I ONCE WAS BLIND opens windows to whole villages turning to Christ as the Gospel breaks through borders and breaks down altars where human sacrifice was once made to Satan. See how fresh wells of water are drawing thirsty sinners to Jesus. Take a front-row seat on the frontlines where a dress rehearsal is underway for the day when the ransomed from every nation, tongue, and tribe will see their Savior and sing for joy and wonder at the reach of such grace!
DVD, appx. 62 min. — Item #1875

What Hath Darwin Wrought?

There have always been mad-men, but the 20th century was the bloodiest century in human history. Why? What changed? Why did the world suddenly find itself murdering millions of innocent people?

Is it possible that one specific idea influenced or provided a justification for the atrocities we know as Nazi Germany, the eugenics movement and abortion? Is it possible that idea was Darwinian evolution?

Charles Darwin loved his wife and children. He paid his taxes and he never kicked his dog. But Charles Darwin had a big idea, and ideas have consequences.

Can we thank the advocates of natural selection for the deaths of millions of people? Or were their ideas twisted and misapplied? Dr. John West, Dr. Richard Weikart and Dr. David Berlinski present the evidence that seeks to resolve the question, "What hath Darwin wrought?"

This DVD features the two hour television presentation and almost ninety minutes of bonus features.
DVD — Item #1849

What is the "Best" Evidence That God Created?

Kerby, Carl

The most popular talk by one of AiG's most popular speakers! Audiences nationwide have been thrilled with this colorful, eye-catching presentation on some of the most astounding evidences of God's handiwork. The talk builds to an unforgettable conclusion: the life-changing truth that the best evidence is God's Word itself!
DVD, 45 min. — Item #149

What's In The Bible? Disc 10: Jesus Is The Good News!

In the Gospels, we get up close and personal with the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus, learning about our place in the kingdom of God along the way. Jesus is the Good News! [Matthew, Mark, Luke & John] covers the 400 years between the Old Testament and the New Testament before digging in to the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. We walk with Jesus and his closest friends as he delivers the Sermon on the Mount, feeds 5,000, breaks bread at the Last Supper, and gives His life for our sins before God raises Him from the dead. Jesus shows us firsthand what life in the kingdom of God is like - and invites us all to be a part of it!

Episode 1: God's Perfect Timing. Buck Denver and crew learn about the 400 years between the Old and New Testaments and how Jesus arrives at just the perfect time.

Episode 2: The Messiah has come! Learn about the life and ministry of Jesus - how he died for us and rose again to launch the kingdom of God in the world and in us!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #2000

What's In The Bible? Disc 11: Spreading The Good News!

After Jesus' resurrection, His followers are left wondering what to do - until the Holy Spirit shows up! His arrival at Pentecost gives them the power to share the Good News about Jesus with the whole world, and they don't waste any time. In Spreading the Good News! [Acts], follow the apostles as they take Jesus' message from Judea and Samaria to the ends of the earth. Peter spends his time preaching mostly to the Jews, until God shows up and gives the word that the Good News is for everyone (Gentiles included)! It looks like there's danger ahead when someone named Saul makes it his mission to kill the new Christians, but God has another type of mission in mind for this man. Saul gets an extreme makeover on the road to Damascus when he meets Jesus, becomes a Christian, changes his name to Paul, and spends the rest of his life telling everyone he meets about God's transforming love!

Episode 1: A Helper Arrives! Buck Denver and friends learn about Pentecost and the arrival of the Holy Spirit. Then Jesus' followers make a big splash in Jerusalem - with the Holy Spirit's help!

Episode 2: God Picks Paul. It will take a very special person to carry the Good News throughout the Roman world. After an amazing encounter with Jesus, a guy named Paul gets the job!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #2001

What's In The Bible? Disc 12: Letters From Paul!

After his dramatic conversion to Christianity, Paul hits the road, spending all of his time traveling around the Roman world, teaching and starting more churches. As he travels, he writes letters back to those new congregations, and they become so important that those letters make up the next books in the Bible. In Letters from Paul! [Romans through Philemon], we learn about all 13 of Paul's letters and the important messages they contain for Jesus' followers. It isn't easy being a Christian at this time, and Paul's encouragement to the early church continues to prove helpful for us today. Through these little letters, we also learn some big concepts like justification, sanctification, grace, faith and the fruit of the Spirit.

Episode 1: Letters from Paul! Buck Denver and friends take a whirlwind tour through the 13 letters the Apostle Paul wrote to churches all over the Roman World!

Episode 2: Good News in Action! Dive deeper into Paul's letters and learn what it means to live as a follower of Jesus through big ideas like sanctification, the fruit of the Spirit, and spiritual disciplines!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #2002

What's In The Bible? Disc 13: God's Kingdom Comes!

In God's Kingdom Comes! [General Epistles & Revelation], we tackle the last books of God's Book. The letter to James is straightforward enough, reminding us to control our tongues, while 1 Peter gives us courage to face hard times without losing hope. But God doesn't always just come out and say exactly what He means. Revelation, the final book of the Bible, is full of symbols, signs, and prophecies that can be a little confusing at times. In it, John gives us a glimpse of the future, painting a vivid picture of what it will be like when God's Kingdom finally comes and all things are made new!

Episode 1: More Letters! Buck Denver and friends take us through more letters in the Bible - Hebrews, James, and the rest of the General Epistles - and what they teach us about following Jesus.

Episode 2: The Revelation to John. The last book of the Bible - Revelation - paints an amazing picture of God's Kingdom coming to life! Then the What's in the Bible? cast wraps up the WHOLE Bible - the story of God, and what He's done for us!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #2003

What's In The Bible? Disc 1: In the Beginning

Buck Denver and his friends kick off their adventure through the whole Bible with In the Beginning [Genesis] - and you're invited to come along! Travel back to where it all started, in the Bible's first book. You'll experience Creation, walk through the Garden of Eden and meet the world's first humans - Adam and Eve. When they choose to go their way instead of God's, sin enters the world. As we continue on, we see sin's devastating effects in the stories of Cain and Abel, Noah and the ark, and the Tower of Babel. But this is only the beginning. Come along as we learn all about the world's most important book - what it is, who wrote it, and why can we trust it.

Episode 1: What Is the Bible? How is the Bible put together? Laugh your way to a better understanding of the structure and purpose of the world's most important book.

Episode 2: Who Wrote the Bible? Explains how the Bible was inspired and how Genesis sets the stage for the rest of the Bible and all of history!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1991

What's In The Bible? Disc 2: Let My People Go

Genesis also shows us how God is at work in the lives of the Patriarchs, introducing us to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph, and setting the scene for the next book - Exodus. This time it's all about Moses and the Israelites' harrowing escape from Egypt. Let My People Go [Exodus] begins with the story of baby Moses being plucked from the river by Pharaoh's daughter, saved so he could grow up to lead God's people out of Egypt. He meets God in a burning bush, witnesses the miraculous parting of the Red Sea and wanders in the desert. It's there that the Lord makes a covenant with his people and gives them a new set of rules, the Ten Commandments. The book of Exodus is all about salvation and redemption - what they are and why we need them!

Episode 1: Who Chose The Books Of the Bible? Covers the choosing of the books and the amazing story of the Patriarchs.

Episode 2: What is Salvation? Covers Exodus, plus key concepts like salvation, redemption and a tiny word that causes BIG trouble - sin!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1992

What's In The Bible? Disc 3: Wanderin' In The Desert

The Pentateuch - a fancy name for the first five books of the Bible - ends on a cliffhanger. The Israelites are left to spend many years wandering in the desert, wondering if they'll ever get to enter the Promised Land. Through the hard times, God is still faithful, even though the Israelites keep messing up as they try to follow the rules. In Wanderin' in the Desert [Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy], Buck Denver and friends explore Leviticus and all its rules, learning what they mean and why we still follow some of them today. Next up, Numbers tells about the Israelites in the desert, and Deuteronomy is actually one big speech from Moses, delivered right before the Israelites are finally allowed into the Promised Land!

Episode 1: Don't TRIM YOUR BEARD? Explains the rules of Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy and why we follow some today, but not others.

Episode 2: What is a "Pentateuch"? Wraps up the first five books of the Bible - and sums it all up with a song!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1993

What's In The Bible? Disc 4: Battle For The Promised Land

In the book of Joshua, the Israelites finally make it to the land God promised to them, but their excitement is short lived. It turns out that making themselves at home in Canaan isn't as easy as just crossing the Jordan River. There are people already living in the Promised Land, and the Israelites have to fight for what's theirs, including the famous battle of Jericho. Battle for the Promised Land [Joshua, Judges & Ruth] tells the stories of the Israelites after they get what they've wanted for so long. Sure, they're settled in the Promised Land now, but God's people keep turning away from the One who gave them this new home. To point the people back to Him, God sends 12 judges, including Deborah and Samson. And there are other key players, too. The book of Ruth highlights a very special love story about a brave woman who keeps her word, following her mother-in-law to a new land where she finds a new life that will make her the future great-grandmother of King David.

Episode 1: Finally, the Promised Land! Covers Joshua and tricky questions about fighting and killing in the Bible.

Episode 2: Cycle of Misery. Covers the time of the Judges and the Bible's romance story - Ruth!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1994

What's In The Bible? Disc 5: Israel Gets A King

After years of fighting in the Promised Land, the people of Israel ask God again and again for a king to help them in battle. God answers, giving them three kings in a row - Saul, David, and Solomon. In Israel Gets a King! [1 & 2 Samuel], Saul is chosen first first. He is big and strong, but he doesn't always listen to God, so it's time to pick a new king - a boy named David, who defeats the Philistine giant Goliath. Even though David messes up sometimes - like when he makes someone else's wife his own - God loves David and makes him a special promise, the Davidic Covenant. When David dies, it's time to welcome another king. This time, David's son Solomon takes the throne and, in a smart move, asks God for wisdom. Solomon's wisdom becomes known throughout the world, and he builds an amazing temple for the Lord. But when he builds a palace for himself that's even bigger, it turns out to be an unwise move, and Israel is in trouble again.

Episode 1: The People Want a King! Covers 1 Samuel and the life of Saul as Israel's first king.

Episode 2: Kings Make Mistakes Too! covers 2 Samuel and the first chapter of 1 Kings, including the reigns of King David and his son, King Solomon
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1995

What's In The Bible? Disc 6: A Nation Divided

It's never fun to have to take sides, but after Solomon dies, a series of good and bad kings in Israel lead the country to split into two - Israel and Judah. In A Nation Divided, 39 kings take turns ruling the Israelites, and most of them do more harm than good. In fact, some of them even try to get rid of God's people forever! But that can't happen, so God sends good prophets like Elijah and Isaiah to remind the Israelites that the Lord is always with them. Still, hard times are ahead when foreign kings from Assyria and Babylon conquer Israel and Judah, burn the temple in Jerusalem, and take the Israelites away from their home.

Episode 1: The Big Split. Israel is split in two, and the prophet Elijah faces off with the 450 prophets of Baal to prove that Israel's God is the true God.

Episode 2: The End of Israel A bunch of unfaithful kings lead to the end of Israel and Judah, but Isaiah has an amazing message in Israel's darkest hour!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1996

What's In The Bible? Disc 7: Exile And Return!

After so many kings who don't measure up, it's great to get to Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther - books full of godly heroes! Ezra and Nehemiah get right to work, helping to rebuild Jerusalem after the exile. Ezra takes charge of restoring the temple while Nehemiah rebuilds the wall around Jerusalem that is meant to keep the city safe. Meanwhile, a brave woman named Esther takes a big chance - standing up to evil Haman and risking her own life in the process - and saves all God's people from certain death. In Exile and Return! [Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther] we explore the last of the Historical Books and learn how, after years in Assyria and Babylon, God's people find their way back home to Jerusalem once again.

Episode 1: "Ezra & Nehemiah" The exile is over, but the Israelites face BIG challenges back home in Judah! The Israelites return home to Judah to rebuild God's temple - a task full of unexpected challenges.

Episode 2: "Brave Queen Esther" A brave young Jewish girl risks everything to save her people from doom at the hands of the evil Haman.
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1997

What's In The Bible? Disc 8: Words To Make Us Wise!

The books of the Writings are some of the most famous in the whole Bible. They give us the story of faithful Job, the praise-filled Psalms, the wise Proverbs, the truths of Ecclesiastes and then there's Song of Solomon, a book all about romantic love! In Words to Make Us Wise [Psalms, Proverbs & the Writings], we dive into these books and discover they each have an important story to tell and something to teach us about our lives today. Job reminds us that God is always faithful, even when we feel like we've lost everything. The Psalms are a perfect picture of our whole relationship with our Heavenly Father, from disappointment and fear to praise, hope, and eternal joy! Proverbs and Ecclesiastes have a lot to teach, too, in a style all their own, and Song of Solomon is a poetic "ode" to the power of love.

Episode 1: Poems in the Bible? Learn about the Bible's poetry, the amazing story of Job, and Psalms - the Bible's song book!

Episode 2: Wisdom from Above. Solomon shares his wisdom in the book of Proverbs, then Sunday School Lady finds the meaning in Ecclesiastes and explains how the Song of Solomon - a book of love songs - ended up in the Bible!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1998

What's In The Bible? Disc 9: God Speaks!

Get ready for some big-time adventure as we look at the books of the Prophets, the home of famous stories like Daniel in the lion's den, Jonah's fish tale and a fiery furnace that is no match for three godly guys named Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego! In God Speaks! [Isaiah, Jeremiah & the Prophets], take a whirlwind trip through the 17 major and minor prophets, and learn all about their messages for God's people. Isaiah kicks it off with his hopeful prophecies and promises, while prophets like Jeremiah issue dire warnings, reminding the Israelites not to stray from God. Other prophets, like Ezekiel, go to crazy lengths to communicate God's messages to his people, and Jonah learns that trying to run from God can land you in the belly of a big fish. Meanwhile, God protects Daniel from some hungry lions and helps Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego keep their cool when things heat up.

Episode 1: Prophets, Prophets Everywhere! What's a prophet? And where do these 17 books fit in the history of Israel?

Episode 2: Messages of the Prophets. Meet the prophets that wrote these books and see what they tell us about God's big rescue plan!
DVD, 2 episodes, each appx. 30 min. — Item #1999

When Disability Hits Home

What happens when disability really hits home - when God hands you a challenge that tests your convictions in practical, heart wrenching ways? Chuck Colson and R.C. Sproul, two of today's most respected Christian leaders, have each faced the life-changing reality of having a grandchild with severe disability. As you take a rare look into their personal lives, you'll see how Colson's grandson Max, and Sproul's granddaughter Shannon, have brought challenges and blessings to their families. Through these two children, God's sovereignty, compassion, and tenderness are undeniably displayed.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #1391

When I Don't Desire God: How to Fight for Joy

Piper, John

Christian joy is the satisfaction in God that sustains the believer through any trial. Jesus endured the cross by pursuing this joy, and we too may find, by God's grace, that delighting in him is our only, but entirely sufficient, hope in sorrow. The pursuit of this pleasure in God is not a frivolous chasing after fleeting pleasures, but a rock-solid, mature, and truly happy, Christ-exalting endeavor.

What if we believe this but our emotions do not motivate us to seek God? Such is the continual struggle of sanctification. We must fight for joy, because delight in God is the hallmark of Christianity. But it is also a gift only given by God's grace. What, then, does it mean to fight for what can only be freely given? In these messages, John Piper answers this overarching question and others on both a deeply spiritual level and the most practical, so that when you don't desire God you will know how to fight for joy.
DVD — Item #69

Where Does the Evidence Lead?

For more than a century, Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection has defined biology. Yet today, a growing number of scientists question its ability to account for the origin and diversity of life. This six-part series examines Darwinian evolution and presents a powerful challenge to its validity: the theory of intelligent design.

WHERE DOES THE EVIDENCE LEAD? contains excerpts from the video UNLOCKING THE MYSTERY OF LIFE. The six 10-minute programs are:

1. Life: The Big Questions
A new challenge to the theory of natural selection.

2. What Darwin Didn't Know
Exploring the complexity of the living cell.

3. Molecules & Mousetraps
Molecular machines that defy Darwin's theory.

4. How Did Life Begin?
Why "chance" cannot explain the origin of life.

5. The Language of Life
DNA genetic information, and life on Earth.

6. The Design Inference
The scientific evidence for intelligent design.
DVD, Six 10-min. segments — Item #220

Where the Waters Run

Moody Science Classics

As a roaring river, it rushes over rapids and falls. It drops from the sky in delicate snowflakes, and pounds the ground in hailstones. It fills our ice trays and provides power for electricity.

Water is the vital compound we need for life. WHERE THE WATERS RUN takes a fresh look at this unique natural resource. You'll find out why ice floats -- when most frozen substances sink. And how water rises in the trunks of trees, working against the pull of gravity.

You'll discover how water makes the difference between the deplete moon and the fertile earth. And how God's supply of living Water is the difference between spiritual life and death.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #189

Why 66? The Canon of Scripture (How Do We Know the Bible Is True? Series)

Edwards, Brian

It has become all too easy for critics to dismiss the Bible's credibility. Works such as "The Da Vinci Code", "The God Delusion", and "The Judas Gospel" have raised the question, "How can we be sure we have the right books in the Bible?" Extravagant claims are made regarding the books that ought to be in the Canon but aren't, and a great deal of nonsense on this subject is often discussed by those who should know better. It is time for some plain and simple truth. Join us as we trace the story of the Hebrew Scriptures, widely known as the Old Testament, and the writing and acceptance of the books of the New Testament. Edwards leads viewers to some unexpected and faith-strengthening conclusions.

HOW DO WE KNOW THE BIBLE IS TRUE? is an essential primer of basic Christianity and apologetics that every believer should know. A 4-part collection, it is excellent for personal enrichment and small group studies.
DVD, appx 45 min. — Item #1424

Why Do We Call It Christmas?

Cutting down trees? Hanging stockings? Santa Claus? What do any of these have to do with Jesus' birthday? More than you'd think!

Join VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer along with intrepid newsman Buck Denver and all his friends on an amazing journey into the world's most popular holiday! Sure, you know the Christmas story. But do you know the story of Christmas?
DVD, appx. 60 min. — Item #2080

Why Human Rights Are Impossible Without Religion

Montgomery, John Warwick

John Warwick Montgomery, Professor at the University of Luton, United Kingdom, argues that inalienable human rights have no foundation outside of religious thought.

As Thomas Jefferson declared: And can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of God? ("Notes on the State of Virginia," Query XVIII, 1787). Jefferson is echoing the words found near the beginning of the Declaration of Independence: "...that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

Professor Montgomery holds eight earned degrees besides, the LL.B.: the A.B. with distinction in Philosophy (Cornell University; Phi Beta Kappa), B.L.S. and M.A. (University of California at Berkeley), B.D. and S.T.M. (Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio), M. Phil. in Law (University of Essex, England), Ph.D. (University of Chicago), and the Doctorat d'Universite from Strasbourg, France. Before moving to the United Kingdom, he served on the faculty of the University of Chicago and was Chairman of the Department of History at Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada.

Dr. Montgomery is author of more than one hundred scholarly journal articles and more than forty books in English, French, Spanish and German. He is internationally regarded both as a theologian (his debates with the late Bishop James Pike, death-of-God advocate Thomas Altizer, and situation-ethicist Joseph Fletcher are historic) and as a lawyer (barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple and Lincoln's Inn, England; member of the California, Virginia, Washington State, and District of Columbia Bars and the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States). He is one of only six persons to have received the Diploma of the International Institute of Human Rights cum laude, and was the Institute's Director of Studies from 1979 to 1981.
DVD, 87 min. — Item #258

Why Should Anyone Believe Anything At All?

Sire, Dr. James

In an entertaining and enlightening talk before a capacity crowd at the University of California, Santa Barbara, James Sire asks his audience to discover why people believe what they do. He discusses the relative merits of behavioral, sociobiological, psychological, societal, philosophic,and religious reasons for belief. He asks which of these reasons for belief is sufficient -- why should we believe? Sire then asks his audience to consider Christianity's claim to truth in light of Jesus' character, self-understanding, and teachings, the historicity of the gospels, and their rational consistency, coherence, and explanatory power.

Featured is a special introduction by the founder of the original Veritas Forum at Harvard University, Kelly Monroe, and an exclusive back-stage interview of Dr. James Sire.

Dr. Sire has been a guest lecturer at more than two hundred universities and colleges in the United States, Canada and Europe, including Grinnell College, Purdue University, Swarthmore College, Whitman College, Harvard University, University of California at Berkeley, University of Rochester, Chico State University and Princeton University.
DVD, appx. 60 min — Item #259

Why We Believe the Bible

Piper, John

In the media deluge of this communication age, with books, newspapers, blogs, journals, and magazines all insisting that their view of the world is most compelling, which should you trust?

This 10-session WHY WE BELIEVE THE BIBLE set of DVDs, featuring the high-impact teaching of John Piper, is designed to coordinate with the weekly assignments in the companion Study Guide to help your group or class explore why the Bible alone in worthy of our confidence as the book of books, pointing infallibly to the King of kings.

1. Why Does It Matter If the Bible Is True? (Part 1)
2. Why Does It Matter If the Bible Is True? (Part 2)
3. Which Books Make Up the Bible?
4. Do We Have the Very Words Written by the Biblical Authors?
5. What Does the Bible Claim for Itself?
6. How Can We Justify the Claim That the Bible Is God's Word? (Part 1)
7. How Can We Justify the Claim That the Bible Is God's Word? (Part 2)
8. Natural Revelation and the Reliability of the Bible
9. The Internal Testimony of the Holy Spirit
10. What Does It Mean That the Bible Is Inerrant?
DVD, 2 DVDs, ten 30-minute videos — Item #364

Why We Fight

"This film series has been prepared by the War Department to acquaint members of the Army with factual information as to the causes and the events leading up to our entry into the war, and the principles for which we are fighting. A knowledge of these facts is an indispensable part of military training and merits the thoughtful consideration of every American soldier. We are determined that before the sun sets on this terrible struggle, our flag will be recognized throughout the world as a symbol of freedom on the one hand, of overwhelming power on the other. No compromise is possible and the victory of the democracies can only be complete with the utter defeat of the war machines of Germany and Japan." -- George C. Marshall, Army Chief of Staff.

1. Prelude to War
2. The Nazis Strike
3. Divide and Conquer
4. The Battle of Britain
5. The Battle of Russia, part 1
5. The Battle of Russia, part 2
6. The Battle of China
7. War Comes to America
DVD, Seven films, each between 35 and 65 minutes — Item #369

Why Won't They Listen? Reaching a Lost Culture

Ham, Ken

Do you wonder why most people don't listen any more when you present the gospel? Using clear illustrations and irresistible logic, Ken Ham shows that the answer is to being at the beginning... in Genesis!
DVD, 70 min. — Item #150

The Widow's Might

John Moore and Cameron Cavillo are close friends and aspiring filmmakers with the dream of winning the prestigious American Viewfinder Film Festival. When an elderly widow faces losing her home due to outrageous property taxes, the Moores and the Morton family band together to help John and Cameron create a musical western that tells the widow's story. Featuring a wonderful original soundtrack, THE WIDOW'S MIGHT is a classic tale of heroism that follows these two families, as they navigate through political attacks, on-set mishaps, and more.
DVD, 101 min. — Item #357

The Wild Brothers: Changes in Lattitude (Adventure #6)

Join the Wild Brothers for the best adventure yet! Discover God's creation, and learn from a family who trusts God through a scary and totally new season in their lives.

The exciting sixth episode in the Wild Brothers series reveals many changes for the Wild family. With just a few months before their return to the States, dad, mom, and the boys must say goodbye to the Wano tribe and travel to the coastal towns of Sentani and Nabire to be transported into the twenty-first century and prepare for their long trek back. This fun episode features the eldest son, Morgan learning to drive and preparing to leave the island for college.

There is also a walk through an open-air market, the discovery of a World War II fighter plane, a swim with a giant whale shark, and the Wilds ever-lovable pet cuscus, Newt. Join them for the best adventure yet! Discover God's creation, and learn from a family who trusts God through a scary and totally new season in their lives.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2141

The Wild Brothers: Deep-Sea Canoe (Adventure #8)

Months of meticulous planning and careful building are over. The Wild family is now ready to start their long and danger-riddled voyage from New Guinea to the USA on their handcrafted deep-sea canoe! Solar panels have been added to keep the boys' computers and video cameras energized. Excitement fills the air as they anticipate the breathtaking sights and new discoveries that lay ahead. However, an unexpected impediment suddenly stands in their way. What will God do? How will they respond? Climb aboard the big Polynesian catamaran for an inspiring family adventure!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2133

The Wild Brothers: Island of the Gods (Adventure #5)

The fifth Wild Brothers family adventure DVD follows the homeschooling missionaries Mike and Libby and their four sons to the rich but challenging culture of Bali, Indonesia

Wherever Morgan and his brothers turn, Hindu and Buddist influences are evident. Temples and statues to the Balinese gods, ancestors, and animals abound. The people of Bali worship creation instead of the Creator, and as the brothers set out to understand and explain the rituals, their curiosity nearly gets them in trouble.

Bali's elaborate temples, ritual dances, and traditions reveal a deep need for the creation-based gospel of Jesus the Creator and Savior! An eye-opening, family friendly look at a major world religion. So get your family together, and have your discussion guide ready, to fully enjoy an adventure you will never forget!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2115

The Wild Brothers: Jewels of the Jungle (Adventure #2)

Meet Asher Wild and his three fun-loving teenage brothers. These homeschooled missionary kids live deep in the jungles of Southeast Asia. Like most boys, they love to catch strange bugs - jewels of the jungle in all sizes and colors. Their bug collection is super-sized!

Watch the brothers net rare butterflies and one that is even new to science! You'll also love the crazy way they catch nighttime critters. And all this purposeful fun is impossible for their young tribal friends to resist. Every hike in the tropical flora and every new adventure is an opportunity to share about the God of creation and His perfect Garden of Eden, and Adam's sin that resulted in God sending the Savior, Jesus!
DVD, 28 min. — Item #2077

The Wild Brothers: Paradise Lost (Adventure #3)

Get ready for an amazing underwater adventure! The hard-working Wild family is joined by missionary friends for some restful "down time" at a nearby island's tropical shoreline. However in true Wild family style, the boys (and their parents) soon set out to discover new things about God's creation.

In PARADISE LOST, the family boats to a tropical reef with their friends, the Brown family. There they explore the sparkling underwater wonderland of exotic fish, sea turtles, manta rays, and more. Above the tide, the Wild brothers soon realize that this paradise is not perfect. Remains at a burial ground and a few dangerous encounters remind everyone that, despite the beauty of nature today, our fallen world is only a shadow of God's original Creation.

Kids love watching this adventure again and again, and parents appreciate the included Discussion Guide that brings out special messages about God's creation, the effects of the fall, and much more!
DVD, 28 min. — Item #2078

The Wild Brothers: Preparing for Departure (Adventure #7)

Using simple tools and resources, Dad and the boys begin work on a Polynesian double canoe (commonly referred to as a catamaran) to navigate the family back to the USA from Papua, Indonesia. With help from other missionaries and a few superstitious locals, the whole family works to construct a watertight wooden vessel. However, big problems must be overcome. The parallels to Noah, his sons, and the huge Ark they had to build spur the Wilds along to complete their boat and prepare for the journey.
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2132

The Wild Brothers: Tiger Trail (Adventure #4)

In TIGER TRAIL, the Wild brothers track the legendary Tasmanian tiger (called "Mbakngge" by island natives). This striped, howling creature is supposed to be extinct, yet sightings have been reported for years. Tribal people tell stories that sound accurate. Now this adventurous missionary family is determined to uncover the truth as they deepen their relationships with the people of their mountain.

Hike along as Morgan, Hudson, Kian, and Asher gather clues through paw print tracking and a remote trail camera to close in on this scientific rediscovery. Led by their father and guided by tribals, the Wild brothers witness the beauty and danger of God's creation in the jungle, including misty mountains, river rapids, and massive waterfalls! So get your family together, and have your discussion guide ready, to fully enjoy an adventure you will never forget!
DVD, 30 min. — Item #2100

The Wild Brothers: Welcome To Our World (Adventure #1)

Give your kids a truly Christian worldview as they experience creation like never before! Get ready to meet these four modern-day missionary kids as they adventure far into God's creation.

Get ready to meet the sons of Mike and Libby Wild, a homeschooling missionary family that lives deep in the jungle of a remote Pacific island. These four modern-day missionary kids adventure far into creation and discover the rich wildlife (and tribal life) of the South Seas Islands.

Your family will be inspired as everyone joins in to build a mountain house, then carves an airstrip out of dense jungle flora. Witness "creation care" in action as the Wild brothers adopt orphaned jungle animals. And see what homeschooling in a jungle house looks like, as parents share why family meals and nature adventuring can be so helpful.

Best of all, you'll love allowing your kids to watch again and again as the Wild family shares that knowing and serving Jesus is the ultimate adventure!
DVD, 28 min. — Item #2076

Windows of the Soul

Moody Science Classics

Can you always trust your five senses to tell the truth? Have you ever "seen" the odor of an onion or known why dogs come running to a "soundless" whistle? WINDOWS OF THE SOUL answers these questions and many more through unusual and entertaining experiments.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #198

With No Apology

John, J. and Boot, Joe

Does Christianity really add up?

In a series of five intriguing taxi journeys, J. John asks his friend and colleague, Joe Boot, how to answer life's hardest questions. WITH NO APOLOGY is ideal to watch in groups or on your own. It raises tough issues, and provides the tools to help you develop your own response. Includes information for a free, easy-to-use, PDF discussion guide. It offers a helpful summary of the sessions -- plus questions for further discussion, a glossary of definitions and suggestions for further reading. This is one cab ride we're sure you won't forget in a hurry... so fasten your seatbelts!

Joe Boot is the executive director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministry in Toronto (www.rzim.org). J. John is a motivational speaker who helps people see the spiritual dimension and purpose of everyday life.
DVD, 2 hours — Item #307

Witnessing to Jehovah's Witnesses

Barnett, Tim

Most Christians are ill-equipped to handle themselves in discussions with Jehovah's Witnesses. JW's seem to know their stuff while most Christians don't. Most Christians know what they believe, but don't know why they believe it. This is where this two-part series comes in; it answers the "why." Watch and listen as Tim Barnett graciously and respectfully walks through the reasons for believing that Jesus is Jehovah!
DVD, 82 min. — Item #2117

The Wonders of God's Creation


In the vast expanse of the solar system, the earth stands alone. Nowhere else but on this small, bluish jewel has God brought together the precise and perfect qualities necessary to sustain life. As you watch this memorable tour of our planet, you'll discover hidden miracles absolutely vital to our survival. Clouds airlifting and distributing millions of tons of water each day throughout the earth. Seeds, carrying those ingenious packages of life, a treasury of flowers and trees to their new home in the earth's soil. You'll enjoy the matchless splendor of water, land and sky, and marvel at this unique and remarkable planet every living thing calls home.



It has been said that the wisest of human engineers could not improve the control system found in the tail of a common squirrel. Similar statements could be made while observing the inhabitants of any pond, field or wilderness. God has left His indelible signature on every member of the animal kingdom with which we share this planet. As you view this title, you will be amazed at the mysterious migrations of the Pacific salmon and the monarch butterfly's annual 2,000 mile journey from Canada to Mexico. You'll visit the inside of a honeycomb to learn the language of bees. Watch spiders spin webs stronger than steel. Throughout the animal kingdom God's provision and craftsmanship are widely displayed.



The well-known Greek writer, Sophocles, wrote, "Numberless are the world's wonders, but none are more wonderful than man, himself." Sophocles' timeless words still ring true, for human life exists as the crowning achievement of God's creation. As you watch Part Three, carefully consider the unimaginable complexity and potential of the human brain, the architectural masterwork of the hand and skeletal system, and the incredible durability of the heart. In the human body, God's creative power expresses its magnificent dimension. But there is far more to the miracle of the human experience than the wonders of body and mind. God has made each of us for the highest purpose of all, to know and enjoy His love and care forever.
DVD, 60 min. each, 3 DVDs — Item #185


In 1973, a spiritual awakening captured the hearts of the Woodlawn High School Football team. Lead by their coach, Tandy Geralds, and fueled by the team's dedication to love and unity in a school filled with racism and hate, the team makes an astounding run at the playoffs. This leads to the largest high school football game ever played in the torn city of Birmingham, Alabama, and the rise of it's first African American superstar, Tony Nathan.
DVD, 123 min. — Item #2114

Wretched Worldview: Anxiety

Friel, Todd

Anxiety is nothing new; this nagging little sin has been with us since the Fall. But it seems that 21st century living has brought on additional challenges that could stress out even the mellowest of people.

THE GOOD NEWS: Christians throughout the ages have struggled with stress, from Psalmists to Jeremiah to John Bunyan to Charles Spurgeon. You are not alone.

THE BETTER NEWS: There is a Biblical cure. Jesus is fully aware that we struggle with anxiety and He graciously preached a sermon just for the anxious Christian.

THE BEST NEWS: God will give you the power to overcome your anxiety. God has given us His Holy Spirit precisely for this struggle.

The Biblical cure for anxiety is not a ten-step, self-improvement, mind-over-matter program.

Furthermore, the Biblical cure for anxiety will change you in more ways than you can even imagine.

You will NOT:
* Be lectured.
* Be belittled.
* Be scorned.

You will:
* Learn the cause of your anxiety.
* Learn the Biblical cure for your anxiety.
* Learn how to apply the cure.

God does not want you to be anxious. God wants you to live a joy-filled, God-glorifying, peaceful life. WRETCHED WORLDVIEW: ANXIETY will show you how.
DVD — Item #1872

Wretched Worldview: Atheism

Friel, Todd

The percentage of professing atheists is growing at an alarming rate. That means you and I need to be ready to evangelize and defend our faith against atheist assaults.


* Evangelize even the hardest hearted atheist.
* Defend your worldview against the sharpest atheist arguments.
* Not be shocked at the staggeringly confusing atheist worldview.

Todd Friel spoke to a classroom full of atheists and agnostics and you will get to be a fly on the wall as you hear college students fire their best missiles at Todd.

Once you complete WRETCHED WORLDVIEW: ATHEISM, you will be able to answer the questions:

* Who created God?
* How can we trust the Bible?
* What about all of the hypocrisy in the church?


* Homeschool
* Sunday school
* Personal or group study

WRETCHED WORLDVIEW: ATHEISM will equip you, encourage you and provide you with everything you need to engage or evangelize an atheist. It will also prepare you to respond to humanist accusations at the water cooler or at your school. You will be shocked at how an atheist thinks and amazed at how easy it is to defend your Christian worldview!
DVD — Item #1863

Wretched Worldview: Biblical Manhood

Friel, Todd

Historically, boys became men when they were approximately 12 years old. Today, the world tells us that adolescence can be prolonged to the age of 30!

So how does a boy become a man?

* By shooting a 12 point buck?
* By joining a fraternity?
* By dressing up like a knight and jousting other knights?
* By having a mountaintop right-of-passage celebration with other men?

The correct answer is: none of the above. A boy becomes a man when he puts childish things behind him and begins to act the way the Bible says a godly man should act.

The Bible says that young men should be self-controlled and dignified (Titus 2:2,6). WRETCHED WORLDVIEW: BIBLICAL MANHOOD will encourage young males to rush toward adulthood and put childish things behind. Subjects include:

* Pornography
* Vocation
* Courting and dating
* Workaholism
* Leading as a husband and father
* Temptations Dads face
* Male Headship
* Protecting women and children

No gimmicks. No silliness. No rights of passage. Just straight talk that will encourage young men to behave in a mature, God-honoring and Christ-exalting way. Includes a workbook with great cartoon characters demonstrating how to be an adult. Just kidding. No cartoons.
DVD — Item #1864

Wretched Worldview: Sanctification

Friel, Todd


The odds of any Christian reading the back cover of a DVD on "Sanctification" are 14.7 trillion to one. Add that number to your odds of winning the lottery and it is obvious, you have no chance.

The good news is, you are doing something extraordinary. And exemplary. You are striving to be obedient to your Master. You are to be applauded.

Sanctification is not a topic that lands a book on a best-seller list because most people believe

that sanctification means "more rules." While there are certainly rules for Christian living, the Christian life is not about rules.

* Christianity is not about works, Christianity is about grace.
* Christianity is not about effort, Christianity is about resting.
* Christianity is not about doing, Christianity is about done.

With those truths firmly engrained, you are truly ready for sanctification. Subjects include:

* Pride & Humility
* Self-Esteem...or Idolatry?
* Is Technology an Idol?
* A Judgmental Heart
* Receiving Criticism Well
* Respectable Sins
* Envy
* Is Being Shy A Sin?

Once, again, congratulations and well done. You are unique in your desire to grow in holiness.

Now dive in. And don't buy any lottery tickets.
DVD — Item #1862

Zamzam: A Missionary Odyssey

Eyewitness accounts of a gripping, true story of faith, hope and adventure on the high seas from World War II. An old Egyptian passenger liner carried 144 missionaries from 20 denominations bound for mission work in Africa. The Nazi warship Tamesis mistakenly identified it as an enemy ship and shelled and sunk it off the coast of South Africa.

All of the passengers abandoned ship, and their precarious plight was filmed by two photographers who just happened to be on board--missionary V. Eugene Johnson and Life Magazine photographer David Scherman.

Here are their amazing pictures along with the firsthand stories of those who lived through the ordeal. All the missionaries were rescued. Were they miraculously delivered? See their story and decide for yourself.

Special Features:
- Additional original film footage
- Many still photos covering the event
- Excerpts from "Miracle at Sea," a book written by one of the survivors
- Excerpts from a missionary's journal in PDF format
DVD, 30 min. — Item #303

Zwingli and Calvin: The Swiss Reformation

1520-1560 was one of the most tumultuous times in the history of the world. The course of western civilization was dramatically altered. During this period the Swiss Reformation exploded and sent forth waves that eventually reached much of the world. This program looks at its key centers of Zurich and Geneva and its central leaders, Zwingli and Calvin.

Zwingli, the colorful Pastor at Zurich, searched the scriptures and questioned major teachings of the church of the Middle Ages. He rapidly instituted sweeping reforms. Accepted ways and worldviews were challenged and changed. Inevitably conflicts erupted. Zwingli's career was foreshortened when he was killed in battle defending truths he judged more important than his own life.

Calvin was the leading thinker of the Reformation. A quiet scholar, he was pressed into leadership at Geneva after its city council voted for reformation. Years of struggle ensued, but Calvin laid the foundation that made Geneva a unique international center.

In Calvin's time Geneva was an important refugee center and became known as the "women's paradise" because of laws regarding how men were to treat their wives.
DVD, 28 min. — Item #232

Video Cassettes (VHS)

Joan of Arc

Animated Hero Classics

A lesson in the value of bold faith.

The English have taken over much of France, and the French troops have begun to lose hope. A young maiden, Joan of Arc, hears the voices of three angels -- St. Michael, St. Catherine and St. Margaret -- who tell her that she must lead the French army to drive out the English, free her people from oppression and see that Prince Charles is crowned king.

Trusting in these voices she believes have been sent by God, Joan of Arc travels to the castle and is tested by Prince Charles to find him in the crowd. Joan of Arc picks out Prince Charles and is adorned in armor to lead the French army in battle.

Joan's bold faith inspires the army troops to press on in the battle attempts even though they are tired and wounded. Because of her encouragement and leadership, the French overcome the English.

Joan's victory is short-lived when she is captured by the English, branded as a witch and burned at the stake. But because of the impact she made with the French army, they are inspired to continue the work she started.
VHS, 30 min. — Item #319

Books, Booklets and Workbooks

Click to view larger image Stock photo Have one to sell? Sell it yourself The Explicit Gospel

Chandler, Matt

You know you know it...
But then again, maybe you don't.

Even if you go to church, it doesn't mean that you are being exposed (or exposing others) to the gospel explicitly. Sure, most people talk about Jesus, and about being good and avoiding bad, but the gospel message simply isn't there - at least not in its specificity and its fullness.

Inspired by the needs of both the over-churched and the unchurched, and bolstered by the common neglect of the explicit gospel within Christianity, popular pastor Matt Chandler writes this best-selling treatise to remind us what is of first and utmost importance - the gospel.
BKS, Hardback book, 240 pages — Item #1880

Have one to sell? Sell now Christ All Sufficient: Colossians and Philemon Welwyn Commentary Series

Arthur, J. Phillip

The letter that we know as Colossians is short, a mere four chapters. Nevertheless, it is packed with good things. Not a word is wasted. It was written by the Apostle Paul to a group of Christians in a town named Colosse. This town was situated in a region known in ancient times as Phrygia. When the Romans conquered it they incorporated it into their province of Asia. (This region is now known as Anatolia in modern Turkey.) Next we turn to a small letter that went in the same post. Paul, under house arrest in Rome, had entrusted the delivery of the letter that we know as Colossians to a man named Tychicus. He was also given the responsibility of delivering this epistle too. It concerns two first-century believers. It was intended for one member of the church in Colosse and concerned another person from the same town. It is a highly personal letter written from one Christian to another, from the apostle Paul to a man named Philemon.
BKS, Paperback book, 240 pages — Item #1893

1 & 2 Timothy

Barcley, William B.

Part of the EP Study Commentary series, reminding us that so many of the issues we face in the church today are those that Paul dealt with as he wrote to Timothy: women's role, preaching, leadership, worship. Shows the importance of guarding the church's life and health. The author admits to being driven, as he writes, by a passion for the church.

The questions that are asked today, within the church, are not all that different from the questions the church wrestled with in the middle of the first century. And the good news is, Scripture has answers to these questions. In particular, the apostle Paul deals with these issues as he writes these two letters to his friend and co-worker, Timothy.

He may not treat them as exhaustively as we might like. He may not give specific answers to all of our modern questions. But he gives us guidance in wrestling with many of the problems and struggles that face the church today. After all, these letters were written, along with Titus, with specific instructions regarding the priorities of the church.

Dr. William Barcley is Associate Professor of New Testament. Before coming to RTS, Dr. Barcley served for seventeen years at Gordon College where he taught a wide variety of classes. His primary area of teaching and research has been the Pauline Epistles.
BKS, Hardback book, 315 pages — Item #1884

1 Corinthians (Let's Study) (No. 1)

Jackman, David

BKS, Paperback, 320 pages — Item #1542

1 Peter (Let's Study)

Harrell, William W.

BKS, Paperback, 192 pages — Item #1556

1&2 Timothy and Titus (Geneva Series of Commentaries)

Fairbairn, Patrick

BKS, Hardcover, 464 pages — Item #1552

The 100 Most Important Events in Christian History

Curtis, Kenneth A.

Two Thousand Years of Church History From Nero's burning of Rome to the twentieth-century charismatic renewal, this book highlights, in journalistic style, the major people, events, and ideas that have shaped the long history of Christianity. Packed with information it is certain to breathe new life into church history. This book makes a valuable resource for pastors, teachers, history buffs, and all who are interested in learning more about the origins of the church doctrines and traditions
BKS, Paperback book, 208 pages — Item #1895

12 Sermons on Decision

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1063

12 Sermons on Praise

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1064

12 Sermons on Repentance

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1065

12 Sermons on the Love of Christ

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1066

12 Sermons on the Second Coming of Christ

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1067

12 Striking Sermons

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1068

150 Pocket Thoughts

Richard, Bewes

BKS — Item #794

2 Corinthians; Volume 1 Chapters 1-7

Naylor, Peter

Writing on the second of PaulÂ’s two letters to the Corinthians to be included in the New Testament (in the EP Study Commentary series), Peter Naylor shows how the apostle tells of strength in weakness, comfort in distress, provision in need, fellowship in loneliness, certainty in doubt, guidance in perplexity, protection in peril and hope for the future. This volume deals with chapters 1-7.

Above all, it tells of the surpassing love of Jesus Christ: if Paul the apostle loved and cared for the troublesome Corinthian church as intensely as he did, he no more than reflected, albeit dimly, the grace of God to his believing people.

Joy in the Lord and in his people, pastoral tenderness, righteous anger, self-vindication in the interests of the ministry, profound theology and concern for harmony, both at home and with churches elsewhere, all vie for expression. Each strand interweaves with the others. This volume covers the first seven chapters of the epistle, in which an introduction is followed by a review of PaulÂ’s labors for the church up to the time of writing, with special emphasis placed upon the excellence of the ministry of the new covenant.
BKS, Hardback book, 368 pages — Item #1886

2 Corinthians; Volume 2 Chapters 8-13

Naylor, Peter

Writing on the second of PaulÂ’s two letters to the Corinthians to be included in the New Testament (in the EP Study Commentary series), Peter Naylor shows how the apostle tells of strength in weakness, comfort in distress, provision in need, fellowship in loneliness, certainty in doubt, guidance in perplexity, protection in peril and hope for the future. This volume deals with chapters 8-13.

Above all, it tells of the surpassing love of Jesus Christ: if Paul the apostle loved and cared for the troublesome Corinthian church as intensely as he did, he no more than reflected, albeit dimly, the grace of God to his believing people.

Joy in the Lord and in his people, pastoral tenderness, righteous anger, self-vindication in the interests of the ministry, profound theology and concern for harmony, both at home and with churches elsewhere, all vie for expression. Each strand interweaves with the others. This volume covers chapters 8-13 of the epistle, in which Paul encourages a generous gift for poor saints in Jerusalem, tells of his plans to visit Corinth and defends his ministry in the face of attacks from false teachers.
BKS, Hardback book, 303 pages — Item #1885

31 Days Toward Overcoming Adversity

Tada, Joni Eareckson

Jesus never said we would be protected from trials and tribulations. So we ask not, What can I do to avoid difficulties? but, How can I best handle them when they arise? Who better to show us the way toward a godly response than Joni Eareckson Tada. Known worldwide for her powerful testimony and how she daily overcomes the adversity of paralysis by drawing near to God, this book now brings together a treasure of her inspirational entries. Thirty-One Days Toward Overcoming Adversity is the second in her devotional series that takes you beyond pat answers, deep into the Word of God. Step by step, day by day, move from “overwhelmed” to “overcoming”…and forever victorious!
BKS, Hardback, 169 pages — Item #1980

5 Books of Moses

Allis, Oswald T.

BKS — Item #747

An A-Z of Christian Truth

Miller, Graham

BKS, Hardcover, 144 pages — Item #1568

Abide in Christ

Murray, Andrew

BKS — Item #646

The Abolition of Man

Lewis, C.S.

In the classic The Abolition of Man, C.S. Lewis, the most important Christian writer of the 20th century, sets out to persuade his audience of the importance and relevance of universal values such as courage and honor in contemporary society. Both astonishing and prophetic, The Abolition of Man is one of the most debated of LewisÂ’s extraordinary works. National Review chose it as number seven on their "100 Best Nonfiction Books of the Twentieth Century."
BKS, Paperback, 113 pages — Item #1989

Abortion: Toward an Evangelical Consensus

Fowler, Paul B.

BKS — Item #647

Absolute Surrender

Murray, Andrew

BKS — Item #648

The Acceptable Sacrifice (Puritan Paperbacks)

Bunyan, John

BKS, Paperback, 128 pages — Item #1618

The Act of Marriage

LaHaye, Tim & Beverly

BKS — Item #880

Adam And Eve

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #513

Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #514

Adoniram Judson: Missionary to Burma

Bailey, Faith Coxe

BKS, 128 p. — Item #1269

Adopted for Life: The Priority of Adoption for Christian Families & Churches

Moore, Russell D.

BKS, Paperback, 232 pages — Item #1693

Advice for Seekers:

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon

BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #1704

Affliction: A Compassionate Christian Look at Understanding the Reality of Pain and Suffering in Our Lives

Schaeffer, Edith

BKS — Item #1100

After Darkness, Light: Distinctives of Reformed Theology; Essays in Honor of R. C. Sproul

Sproul, R. C., Jr.

BKS, Hardcover, 224 pages — Item #1583

Afterwards I Knew: Stories from the First and Second World Wars

Farenhorst, Christine

From the depths of history and the terrible days of the Great Wars we read stories of courage and danger but ultimately of faith, hope and love. A grandfather sits in front of a warm fire as the flames rekindle memories of times long gone - the next generation needs to know the truth. A table cloth and a large mischievous dog bring two women together from different sides of a bitter struggle. The dominion of Canada and battle scarred Dresden are reconciled through the love of Christ.
BKS, Paperback, 208 pages — Item #2088

Against the Night: Living in the New Dark Ages

Colson, Charles

BKS — Item #649

The Agony of Deceit: What Some TV Preachers are Really Teaching

Koop, C. Everett

BKS — Item #692

Aids and You

Dixon, Dr. Patrick

BKS — Item #650

Alexi's Secret Mission

Deyneka, Anita

Because of their religious beliefs, a family is exiled to Siberia, where they engage in the distribution of Bibles.
BKS, Paperback, 126 pages — Item #2050

Alive in Christ

Olyott, Stuart

BKS — Item #937

Alive in Christ (Ephesians)

Olyott, Stuart

When we begin to understand Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians, something wonderful happens to our spiritual life. Realizing how rich we are in Christ, we become filled with thankfulness and joy. We never envy non-Christians again. We see what it means to live as a Christian in today's world. We become stable in our doctrinal understanding. In short, Ephesians produces exactly the sort of Christians we most need.
BKS — Item #2035

All Can Help

Friendly, Aunt

BKS — Item #515

All Things for Good

Watson, Thomas

BKS — Item #651
BKS — Item #1123
BKS — Item #1124

All for Jesus: a Devotional

Graham, Franklin

BKS — Item #796

All of Grace


BKS, 128 p. — Item #1259

The Alphabet Makers: A Presentation from the Museum of the Alphabet

Voightlander, Katie

BKS — Item #976

The Amazing Dr. Ransom's Bestiary of Adorable Fallacies

Wilson, Douglas

Watch out: There's an epidemic of kind-hearted people adopting the adorable yet treacherous creatures known as informal fallacies. So, the Amazing Dr. Ransom has compiled this book -- sort of a field guide for clear thinkers -- to make sure you, dear reader, can identify and exterminate fifty of the most fluffy and most venomous adorable fallacies. But don't dawdle, because you could end up with a ragged hole drilled trhough your skull and eggs freshly laid at the base of your spine. You have been warned.

Inside you'll find insightful illustrations, pithy descriptions, helpful exercises, semester- & year-long schedules, and all the clever analaysis a person might need to leave the little fallacies alone. Perfect for fledgling logic students. Matchless as a supplement to any established high-school or college logic curriculum. Ideal for pastors or parents, or anyone else in our age of nonsense who wants to apply logic to real life.
BKS, Paperback, 320 pages — Item #1981

The Ambassador's Guide to Islam

Shlemon, Alan

How do we engage Muslims in a winsome, attractive, even-handed, but incisive way? How do we penetrate such an all-consuming worldview permeating every aspect of a devout Muslim's life? What is our strategy? What are our tactics?

Alan Shlemon, STR's resident expert on Islam, has devoted much of his life to addressing these very questions. The son of Iraqi immigrants and well-schooled in Islam, Alan believes we need a very specific plan of engagement, and in this booklet he has provided that strategy in concise, convenient, and usable form.

The Ambassador's Guide to Islam is a vital resource to prepare you with the knowledge and wisdom to be a better ambassador for Christ to Muslims, a skill that will be especially valuable in addressing the changing world at our doorstep.
BKS — Item #2120

The Ambassador's Guide to Mormonism

Kunkle, Brett

They believe in God. They believe in Jesus. They read the Bible and attend church every week. But are Mormons Christians? It's time for some clear thinking on this question and The Ambassador's Guide to Mormonism provides just that. This little tool will clarify the key issues and help you engage your Mormon friends and family with the truth.
BKS — Item #2124

The Ambassador's Guide to Pluralism

Koukl, Gregory

"As a Christian, I believe that Jesus is the only way for me, but I can't say He is the way for others."

Statements like this have become increasingly common among Christians of all stripes. In both confessing Christ and retreating from the Gospel at the same time, these ambivalent confessions betray a deeply confused understanding of the Christian message.

In The Ambassador's Guide to Pluralism, Greg exposes the error behind this relativistic religion, identifying and repudiating the three corrosive elements that prompt such confused confessions: theological uncertainty, religious pluralism, and Christian inclusivism.
BKS — Item #2118

The Ambassador's Guide to Postmodernism

Koukl, Gregory

How do you, as a Christian ambassador, talk effectively about the One who said He is the truth when much of our culture considers distinctions like true and false completely meaningless? How do you reach people with what you think is truth when many deny truth even exists? Unfortunately, many Christians and churches end up adopting this culture's dangerous postmodern views instead of adapting their methods to reach people.

In this booklet, Greg explains what postmodern philosophy is, where it came from, and how it has invaded the church. He compares this philosophy to the classic Christian concepts of knowledge, belief, truth, and justification, and establishes how the two are at odds. Ultimately, he demonstrates the fatal flaws inherent in postmodern thinking and gives a practical and effective strategy that will help you reach out to this culture with the Gospel.
BKS — Item #2121

The Ambassador's Guide to The New Atheists

Koukl, Gregory

Sometimes the best thing that can happen to your faith is for someone to launch a vigorous attack on it. Of course, this is what many Christians fear most. But when properly engaged, it fortifies your convictions like nothing else can.

In this respect the so-called "New Atheists"--Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens--have done Christians a favor. Ideas easily destroyed by those acquainted with the facts ought to be discarded. But if Christian ideas are sound, they will not be upended so easily.

In this booklet, Gregory Koukl will walk you through the issues, answering the critics' specific objections. As you become more familiar with the other side's arguments, you may even be surprised at how weak their resistance really is. In developing answers to the toughest arguments against your position, you'll strengthen both your witness and your confidence in your convictions.
BKS — Item #2122

The Ambassador's Guide to The Voice of God

Koukl, Gregory

The notion that each Christian can receive personal revelation from the Almighty was novel in times past. Nowadays, though, listening to Christians talk about it, the experience appears to be ubiquitous. Virtually everyone seems to be "hearing from God" in some fashion these days--pastors, writers, worship leaders, even the regular folks at our weekly Bible studies--so the basic idea must be right.

But is it? Must I "hear the voice of God" in order to know what He wants from me? Is this what Jesus meant by, "My sheep hear My voice," or what Paul meant by being "led by the Spirit"?

And what if I hear nothing but silence when I listen? Does this say something about my spiritual well-being? Am I living a substandard Christian life if I don't have a hotline to God? Addressing those concerns and more like them is vitally important. And much rides on the answers.

There's only one way to address such questions. They cannot be answered by appealing to personal experiences, but only by appealing carefully to the text. What does Scripture teach? That's the question being answered in this Ambassador's Guide.
BKS — Item #2119

The Ambassador's Guide to Understanding Homosexuality

Shlemon, Alan

Until the last few decades, homosexuality was never celebrated as natural, moral, or healthy. But times have changed. Now Christians find themselves in a fight they did not choose--facing overwhelming odds and fierce opposition--with a culture demanding we abandon the Bible on homosexuality and instead "celebrate diversity."

Unfortunately, as with most controversial issues, misunderstanding abounds on this topic. And as good ambassadors, we want to provide solid, reliable information. But we also want to give insight, too--an awareness of how to maneuver with tactical wisdom and with grace.

Homosexuality is among the most emotionally-charged--and hotly debated--topics you will encounter. The Ambassador's Guide to Understanding Homosexuality will equip you to be both thoughtful and considerate as a Christian ambassador in the face of opposing views.
BKS — Item #2123

Among the Camps

Page, Thomas Nelson

BKS — Item #516

Among the Soviet Evangelicals

Nesdoly, Samuel J.

BKS — Item #855

Amy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems

Benge, Janet & Geoff

Amy Carmichael stood on the deck of the steamer, waving good-bye once again to her old friend Robert Wilson. How could she have known she would never see him or the British Isles again? Amy was certain God had called her to India. Indeed! India would be her home for the rest of her life.

Amy Carmichael's life was one of simple, determined obedience to God, regardless of the consequences. Her service in India is a vivid example of the impact one person who will fear God and nothing else can have. Driven by love, sustained by faith and determination, this young woman from Northern Ireland defied the cruel barriers of India's caste system (1867-1951).
BKS, 203 pages — Item #2105

Analytical Concordance to the Bible

Young, Robert

BKS — Item #939

Analytical Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans

Brown, John

BKS — Item #748

Answers Book for Kids Volume 1

Ham, Ken

BKS, Book, 47 pages — Item #1962

Answers Book for Kids Volume 2

Ham, Ken

Dinosaurs are fascinating creatures that kids simply adore, and even the youngest believer can recite the biblical story of Noah and his ark. Now discover how to answer some of kids' most interesting questions about dinosaurs and Noah's ark like:

How did all the dinosaurs fit on the ark?
How did Noah keep the animals on the ark from eating each other and his family?
Where did all the water go after the Flood?
Why aren't there fossils of humans from Noah's flood?

Answers are important. If children aren't given answers to their questions about the Bible and the history it reveals, they cannot defend their faith against a secular worldview in a fallen world. The Answers Book for Kids series is a unique collection from Ken Ham and the creative team at Answers in Genesis. This is a necessary resource in your homeschool or ChurchÂ’s Sunday School.
BKS, Book, 48 pages — Item #1963

Answers Book for Kids Volume 3

Ham, Ken

Even adults struggle to understand our Creator - the infinite Being who seeks a personal relationship with each of us. Now children can begin to understand both God's Holy Word and the importance of Him in their lives - what He expects from them, why it is vital to follow His plan for their lives, and the love He has for them. Open the book and discover:

Why can't I hear God talking to me?
How big is God?
What does God look like?
Why do I get in trouble at school when I talk about the Bible?

These important answers will empower children to live with godly values and help them to understand why it is so important that they obey God. The Answers Book for Kids series is a unique collection from Ken Ham and the creative team at Answers in Genesis.
BKS, Book, 48 pages — Item #1964

Answers Book for Kids Volume 5

Ham, Ken

When kids look up at the stars in the night sky, they will always have questions! Take this amazing opportunity to share some of God's answers and help strengthen their faith. Stars can provide a starting point to learn important facts like:

How big is our galaxy?
What is the purpose of stars?
How hot are the sun and other stars?
Will the sun ever run out or blow up?

Answers for Kids is a powerful series of biblical truths from the apologetics team at Answers in Genesis. If your children have questions, then you will find the answers in this unforgettable series.
BKS, Book, 47 pages — Item #1961

Answers Book for Kids Volume 6

Ham, Ken

Kids may know the biblical account of the Tower of Babel, but there is more to this important event than just the confusion of languages. And they may have heard of the Ice Age, but it seemed confusing. Now discover:

How big was the Tower of Babel?
In what time period was the Tower of Babel built?
What is the Ice Age?
How does an ice age happen?

The Answers for Kids series is a response to the tough questions parents often hear from their children.
BKS, Hardback, 48 pages — Item #1976

The Answers Book: The 20 Most-Asked Questions About Creation, Evolution & the Book of Genesis Answered! Revised & Expanded Edition

Ham, Ken

BKS — Item #788

Answers to Tough Questions Skeptics Ask About the Christian Faith

McDowell, Josh

BKS — Item #1008

Answers to Your Kids' Questions

Colson, Chuck

In an easy-to-use Q&A format, Chuck Colson helps parents, teachers, and youthworkers answer one hundred of the most pressing questions teenagers have about God, evil, evolution, sex, culture, school, and their future. Based on Colson's popular BreakPoint radio commentaries, this book provides a resource parents will turn to repeatedly during their kids' teen years.
BKS, Paperback book, 210 pages — Item #1926

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; Fathers if the 2nd Century

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1766

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; Gregory Thaumaturgus

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1770

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; Hippolytus, Cyprian, Caius, Novatian, Appendix

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1769

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; I. Bibliographical Synopsis

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1765

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; Lactantius

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1771

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; Latin Christianity: Its Founder, Tertullian

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1767

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; Tertullian, Part 4t; Minucius Felix; Commodian; Origen, Parts 1st & 2nd

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1768

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; The Apostil Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1764

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; The Gospel of Peter

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1773

The Ante-Nicene Fathers; The Twelve Patriarchs

Coxe, A. Cleveland

BKS, Hardcover, 6448 pages — Item #1772

Anxious for Nothing: God's Cure for the Cares of Your Soul

MacArthur, John

Stress has become part of our daily lives. We worry about our jobs, our relationships, and our families. And while there's no lack of remedies for anxiety, no solution seems to offer true peace of mind.

John MacArthur, Jr. believes that peace is not only possible, it's a divine mandate. Drawing from a rich legacy of teaching and ministry, MacArthur puts aside cultural cures to uncover the source of our anxiety and stress. Based on solid Biblical insights, Anxious for Nothing shares how we can overcome uncertainty, defeat doubt, and be truly worry-free.
BKS — Item #2008


Baker Publishing Group

BKS, Hardcover, 157 pages — Item #1560

Apostles' Doctrine of the Atonement

Smeaton, George

BKS, Hardcover, 548 pages — Item #1625

Are You Being Duped?

Philpott, Kent

BKS, Paperback, 181 pages — Item #1570

Art for God's Sake: A Call to Recover the Arts

Ryken, Philip Graham

The creation sings to us with the visual beauty of God�s handiwork. But what of man-made art? Much of it is devoid of sacred beauty and is often rejected by Christians. Christian artists struggle to find acceptance within the church.

If all of life is to be viewed as under the lordship of Christ, can we rediscover what God�s plan is for the arts? Philip Graham Ryken brings into sharp focus a biblical view of the arts and the artists who make art for God�s sake. This is a concise yet comprehensive treatment of the major issue of the arts for all who seek answers.
BKS — Item #2019

The Art of Divine Contentment

Watson, Thomas

BKS, Edition: 2nd, Hardcover, 133 pages — Item #1694

Arthur W. Pink A Voice in the Wilderness

Murray, Iain H.

BKS — Item #1818

Ascent to the Tribes

Kuhn, Isobel

BKS — Item #890

Ashamed of the Gospel: When the Church Becomes Like the World

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #813
BKS — Item #1125

Aspects of Holiness

Ryle, J C

BKS, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #1630

The Assembly's Shorter Catechism Explained, By Way Of Question And Answer: In Two Parts

Fisher, James

BKS, Unknown Binding, 480 pages — Item #1644



BKS — Item #1191


(Editor), Gabriel N E Fluhrer

BKS, Paperback, 160 pages — Item #1622

Atonement According To The Apostles


BKS — Item #1009

The Attributes of God

Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #977
BKS — Item #1163

Aunt Jane's Hero

Prentiss, Elizabeth

"Aunt Jane's Hero", Horace Wheeler, was handsome, quick-witted but poor. Horace's one desire was to be in love, which led him even into proposing! Aunt Jane was a sincere, kind-hearted Christian widow that was not always appreciated for her words of wisdom or her little "sermons". Those little sermons interfered with the good times he had with the less serious youth he kept company with. Horace's unfailing sense of humor and easy manner made him a favorite in his "crowd." Aunt Jane's prayers continually followed Horace after enlisting in the Civil War where he became a different person; not only physically but spiritually. "Aunt Jane's Hero" is a well-told Christian story of how God can work in the life of young people.
BKS, Paperback, 292 pages — Item #2062

Authentic Christianity (Studies in the Book of Acts)

Lloyd-Jones, Martyn

BKS, Hardcover, 304 pages — Item #1531

Back to Basics: Rediscovering the Richness of the Reformed Faith

Wilson, Douglas

BKS — Item #1010

Baptism & Church Membership

Hulse, Erroll

BKS — Item #652

Baptism & Fullness: the Work of the Holy Spirit Today

Stott, John R. W.

BKS — Item #1097

The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689

BKS — Item #978

Baptist Confession of Faith, 1689

BKS — Item #940
BKS — Item #1126

Baptist Confessions of Faith

Lumpkin, William

BKS, Edition: Revised, Hardcover, 441 pages — Item #1646

Baptist Roots in America

Waldron, Samuel E.

BKS — Item #856

Barnabas: The Encourager

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #517

Basic Christianity

Stott, John

BKS, Edition: Revised, Paperback, 156 pages — Item #1571

Basis of Christian Unity

Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn

BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #1745

A Basket Of Flowers

Schmid, Christoph Von

BKS — Item #518

Be Sure What You Believe: The Christian Faith Simply Explained

Nesom, Joe

BKS — Item #653

The Beatitudes: The Only Way to Happiness

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #737

Becoming Conversant with the Emerging Church

Carson, D. A.

BKS — Item #1011

Becoming a Titus 2 Woman; A Bible Study with Martha Peace

Peace, Martha

BKS — Item #1113

Before You Say "I Do"

Norris, M. LaVern

BKS — Item #866

Beginning With John's Gospel

Harding, Susan

BKS — Item #519

Behind a Frowning Providence

Murray, John

BKS — Item #729

Being The Body

Colson, Charles

BKS — Item #1012

Between Two Tigers: Testimonies of Vietnamese Christians

White, Tom

BKS — Item #857

Beyond Good Intentions: A Biblical View of Politics (Turning Point Christian Worldview Series)

Bandow, Doug

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 272 pages — Item #1742

A Bible Alphabet

Brown, Alison

BKS — Item #512

Bible Animals: And the Lessons Taught by Them for Children

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #520

The Bible Answer Book

Hanegraaff, Hank

BKS — Item #1039

Bible Heroes: 3 Stories in one

Rector, Andy

BKS — Item #521

Bible Jewels: And Lessons Taught by Them for Children

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #522

Bible Models: The Shining Lights of Scripture

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #523

Bible Stories from the New Testament

Hunt, Patricia

BKS, Hardback, 123 pages — Item #2048

Bible Stories from the Old Testament

Hunt, Patricia

BKS, Hardback, 111 pages — Item #2047

Bible Tells Us So : Twelve Short Chapters on Major Themes of the Bible

Kuiper, R. B.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 132 pages — Item #1565

Bible Warnings: Sermons to Children

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #524

The Bible and the Future

Hoekema, Anthony A.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 354 pages — Item #1634

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia

Elliger, K.

BKS — Item #941
BKS — Item #1398

Biblical Christianity (Great Christian Classics)

Calvin, John

BKS, Edition: Abridged, Paperback, 126 pages — Item #1562

Biblical Essays

Lightfoot, J. B.

BKS — Item #1069

Biblical Hebrew Step by Step, Volume 2: Readings from the Book of Genesis

Mansoor, Menahem

BKS — Item #942

A Biblical Manual on Science and Creation

Morris, Henry M.

BKS — Item #785

Biblical Theology: Old and New Testament

Vos, Geerhardus

BKS — Item #943

Big Crash

Hazel, Scrimshire

BKS — Item #525

The Big Sister's Secret : The Story of Miriam

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #608

The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden

DeYoung, Kevin

Once upon a time there lived a man and a woman. They were the happiest people on the planet.

True, they were the only people on the planet, but they were still terrifically happy.

Unfortunately, things didn�t stay happy and wonderful for long...

The Bible is full of exciting stories that fill children with awe and wonder. But kids need to know how all those classic stories connect to Scripture�s overarching message about God�s glorious plan to redeem his rebellious people.

In The Biggest Story, Kevin DeYoung�a best-selling author and father of six�leads kids and parents alike on an exciting journey through the Bible, connecting the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ's death on the cross to the new heaven and new earth.
With powerful illustrations by award-winning artist Don Clark, this imaginative retelling of the Bible�s core message�how the Snake Crusher brings us back to the garden�will draw children into the biblical story, teaching them that God's promises are even bigger and better than we think.
BKS, Hardback, 132 pages — Item #2127

Billy Graham: His life & Influence

Aikman, David

BKS, 346 p. — Item #1345

Billy Sunday

Ellis, William T.

BKS — Item #452

Billy Sunday, Home Run to Heaven

Allen, Robert A.

BKS — Item #526

Biografia de Spurgeon

Ga, Alfredo S. Rodriguez y

BKS — Item #453

The Blazing Center: The Soul-Satisfying Supremacy of God in All Things (Study Guide)

Piper, John

God is the blazing sun at the center of reality. Everything revolves around him. And as the most valuable and glorious person that exists, God is loving, not conceited, when he calls us to worship him, because he's offering us the one thing that will make us the most happy: Himself. God's pursuit of glory and our pursuit of joy are not at odds. Because God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him.

This study guide is designed to be used in a ten-session, guided group study that focuses on The Blazing Center DVD set:

* Lesson 1: Introduction to The Blazing Center
* Lesson 2: The Blazing Center: A Personal Story
* Lesson 3: The Blazing Center: Is God Vain?
* Lesson 4: Pursue Your Joy: Isn't That Hedonism?
* Lesson 5: Pursue Your Joy: God Commands It!
* Lesson 6: True Love: Duty or Delight? (Part 1)
* Lesson 7: True Love: Duty or Delight? (Part 2)
* Lesson 8: Suffering: For the Joy Set Before You (Part 1)
* Lesson 9: Suffering: For the Joy Set Before You (Part 2)
* Lesson 10: Review and Conclusion

Complete with Scripture and key quotations for reflection, penetrating questions, and five daily assignments per week, this study guide will help you place God at the center of your life. When God is the blazing sun at the center of your solar system, all the planets of your life come into proper orbit.
BKS, 112 pages — Item #77

Blinded by Might : Can the Religious Right Save America?

Thomas, Cal

An account of two insiders into how and why the religious right failed to transform America and suggestions on how Christians can and should make a lasting difference on America's people and culture. Co-authored by Cal Thomas and Ed Dobson.
BKS, Hardback book, 181 pages — Item #1898

The Body: Being Light in Darkness

Colson, Charles

BKS, 455 p. — Item #1227

Bold as a Lamb

Anderson, Ken

BKS — Item #454

Bones of Contention: A Creationist Assessment of Human Fossils

Lubenow, Marvin L.

BKS — Item #786

The Book of Origins: Genesis Simply Explained (Welwyn Commentary Series)

Eveson, Philip H.

BKS, Paperback, 592 pages — Item #1496

The Book of Revelation: An Exposition of the First Eleven Chapters Originally Published Under the Title "the Spiritual Kingdom" (Geneva Series of Commentaries)

Ramsey, James B.

BKS, Hardcover, 560 pages — Item #1559

The Book on Leadership

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #693

Both Sides Now

Barnes, Peter

BKS, Paperback, 112 pages — Item #1508

Boundaries : when to say yes, how to say no to take control of your life

Cloud, Henry

Having clear boundaries is essential to a healthy, balanced lifestyle. A boundary is a personal property line that marks those things for which we are responsible. In other words, boundaries define who we are and who we are not. Boundaries impact all areas of our lives: Physical boundaries help us determine who may touch us and under what circumstances -- Mental boundaries give us the freedom to have our own thoughts and opinions -- Emotional boundaries help us to deal with our own emotions and disengage from the harmful, manipulative emotions of others -- Spiritual boundaries help us to distinguish God's will from our own and give us renewed awe for our Creator -- Often, Christians focus so much on being loving and unselfish that they forget their own limits and limitations. When confronted with their lack of boundaries, they ask:

- Can I set limits and still be a loving person?
- What are legitimate boundaries?
- What if someone is upset or hurt by my boundaries?
- How do I answer someone who wants my time, love, energy, or money?
- Aren't boundaries selfish?
- Why do I feel guilty or afraid when I consider setting boundaries?

Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend offer biblically-based answers to these and other tough questions, showing us how to set healthy boundaries with our parents, spouses, children, friends, co-workers, and even ourselves.
BKS, Hardback Book, 391 Pages — Item #1903

Boy Meets Girl: Say Hello to Courtship

Harris, Joshua

BKS — Item #867

Boyhood and Beyond: Practical Wisdom for Becoming a Man

Schultz, Bob

Boys who are on the road to becoming men of honor, courage, and faith will greatly benefit from the heartfelt encouragement and sound advice offered here.
BKS — Item #1185

Boys of Grit Who Changed the World

Wallace, Archer

BKS — Item #527

Breaking Free: Making Liberty in Christ a Reality in Life

Moore, Beth

BKS, Edition: Billy Graham Li, Paperback, 289 pages — Item #1656

Breaking the Da Vinci Code

Bock, Darrell

Who was Mary Magdalene? Was Jesus married? Would being single make Jesus un-Jewish? Do the so-called secret, gnostic Gospels help us understand Jesus? How were the New Testament Gospels assembled?
Does Mary's honored role as Apostle match the claims of the new school? What is the remaining relevance of The Da Vinci code? The real Jesus code.
BKS, Hardback Book, 187 Pages — Item #1902


Olson, Bruce

BKS — Item #455

Building a Christian World View v. 1

Hoffecker, W. Andrew

BKS — Item #1110

Burning Down 'The Shack': How the 'Christian' bestseller is deceiving millions

Young, James B. De

BKS — Item #1013

By God's Grace Alone

Booth, Abraham

BKS, Paperback — Item #1607

By John Calvin: the heart of Calvin's enduring ideas...from his own writings

Calvin, John

BKS, 124 p. — Item #1358

C.S. Lewis: Master Storyteller

Benge, Geoff

BKS — Item #528

CHRYSOSTOM: Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles and the Epistle to the Romans (Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: LIBRARY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, First Series Volume 11)

Schaff, Philip

BKS, Hardcover — Item #1777

Call the Sabbath a Delight

Chantry, Walter J.

BKS, Paperback, 122 pages — Item #1746

A Call to Discernment

Adams, Jay E.

BKS — Item #727

A Call to the Unconverted

Baxter, Richard

BKS — Item #811

The Call: Finding and Fulfilling the Central Purpose of Your Life

Guinness, Os

BKS — Item #694

Called to Die

Estes, Steve

BKS — Item #456
BKS — Item #1213

The Callings: The Gospel in the World

Helm, Paul

The Christian life begins when we hear and respond to the call of Jesus Christ. Like the first disciples, we must 'leave everything' in order to follow him. Paul Helm shows that instead of dividing life into 'spiritual' and 'secular' compartments every moment of it can be lived fully to the glory of God.
BKS, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #2069

Calvin As a Theologian & Calvinism Today

Warfield, Benjamin B.

BKS — Item #457

Calvin and the Atonement: What the Renowned Pastor and Teacher Said About the Cross of Christ

Robert, Peterson

BKS, Paperback, 160 pages — Item #1624

Calvin for Today

Murray, David

BKS, Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 296 pages — Item #1577

Calvin: Institutes of the Christian Religion

Calvin, John

BKS — Item #944

Calvinism: Pure & Mixed

Shedd, W. G. T.

BKS, Paperback, 161 pages — Item #1579

Cameron Townsend: Good News in Every Language

Benge, Geoff

BKS — Item #529

Cameron Townsend: Planting God's Word

Meloche, Renee Taft

So when Cam gave a Spanish Bible
to one native man,
he said, "It's in a language that
I do not understand.

If your God is so great, why can't
He speak my language too?"
Cam shook his head. He tried to think
of something he could do.

Cameron Townsend (1896-1982) wanted to spread God's Word in South America. But the only Bibles he had were in Spanish - a foreign language to many of that land's native peoples. To share God's important message, Cam would have to figure out a way to translate the Bible into languages that didn't even have an alphabet! After planting God's Word in the hearts of people all over Guatemala and Mexico, Cameron started Wycliffe Bible Translators so that speakers of every language on Earth could read the Good News for themselves.
BKS — Item #2168

Can Man Live Without God

Zacharias, Ravi K.

BKS — Item #437

Can We Be Good Without God?: A Conversation About Truth, Morality, Culture & a Few Other Things That Matter

Chamberlain, Paul

Physician-assisted suicide. Racism. Genetic engineering. Abortion. Poverty. Capital punishment. Our culture is beset by a host of vexing ethical questions. Are there any foundational moral principles to guide us? If so, where do they come from?
Christians say that we can--and should--be guided by principles derived from a right understanding of God. But skeptics and those with differing religious convictions argue that ethics and morality need not have anything to do with the God of the Old and New Testaments. Are they correct? Can right and wrong exist without God? Can we, in fact, be good or bad without God? In Paul Chamberlain's intriguing, inventive book, these questions are explored by a cast of five: Ted (a Christian) joins Graham (an atheist), Francine (a moral relativist), William (an evolutionist) and Ian (a secular humanist). Together they have been summoned to the home of a mystery host. And together, to the benefit of their host and the reader, they undertake a fascinating examination of truth, conduct, culture--and a few other things that matter.
BKS, Paperback book, 202 pages — Item #1912

Captured by Grace: No One Is Beyond the Reach of a Loving God

Jeremiah, Dr David

BKS, Hardcover, 216 pages — Item #1609

Caring Creator

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #530

The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus

Strobel, Lee

BKS — Item #441

The Case for Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity

Strobel, Lee

Was God telling the truth when he said, 'You will seek me and find me when you see me with all your heart'? In his #1 best-seller The Case for Christ Lee Strobel examined the claims of Christ, reaching the hard-won verdict that Jesus is God's unique son. In The Case for Faith, Strobel turns his tenacious investigative skills to the most persistent emotional objections to belief--the eight 'heart' barriers to faith. This Gold Medallion-winning book is for those who may be feeling attracted to Jesus but who are faced with difficult questions standing squarely in their path. For Christians, it will deepen their convictions and give them fresh confidence in discussing Christianity with even their most skeptical friends.
BKS, Paperback book, 295 pages — Item #1916

Castaway Kid: One Man's Search for Hope and Home

Mitchell, R. B.

BKS — Item #458
BKS — Item #1217

A Catechism

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #928

Celebration of Discipline: The Path to Spiritual Growth

Foster, Richard J.

BKS — Item #654

A Chance to Die: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael

Elliot, Elisabeth

BKS — Item #447
BKS — Item #1122

Changed into His Image: God's Plan for Transforming Your Life

Berg, Jim

BKS — Item #655

Charismatic Chaos

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #1014
BKS — Item #1128

The Charismatics

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #1040

Chemistry of the Blood

DeHaan, M.R.

BKS — Item #1070

Chequebook of the Bank of Faith

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #797

The Child At Home: Living To Please God And Your Parents

Abbott, John S. C.

BKS — Item #609

The Child's Story Bible

Vos, Catherine

BKS — Item #611
BKS — Item #1215

The Children of Clovery

Stretton, Hesba

BKS — Item #610

Children of the Living God

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

BKS, 163 p. — Item #1225

Children of the hills

Kuhn, Isobel

BKS — Item #891

Children's "Prove It" Catechism

BKS — Item #531

Children's Devotions

Havergal, Frances Ridley

BKS — Item #532

China's Christian Millions

Lambert, Tony

BKS — Item #892

China's Unreached Cities, Vol.I

Hattaway, Paul

BKS — Item #893

Chinese Intellectuals and the Gospel

Ling, Samuel

BKS — Item #894

Choices & Changes

Tada, Joni Eareckson

BKS — Item #1812

Choices: Finding God's Way in Dating, Sex and Singleness and Marriage

Rinehart, Stacy

BKS — Item #868
BKS — Item #1129

Choosing Gratitude: Your Journey to Joy

DeMoss, Nancy Leigh

BKS, Edition: New Edition, Hardcover, 240 pages — Item #1655

Christ Among Other gods: A defense of Christ in an Age of Tolerance

Lutzer, Erwin

BKS — Item #805

Christ Crucified (Puritans Speak Today)

Charnock, Stephen

BKS, Paperback, 208 pages — Item #1621

The Christ of Christmas

Boice, James Montgomery

BKS — Item #1086

The Christ of the Empty Tomb

Boice, James Montgomery

BKS, Paperback, 208 pages — Item #1733

The Christ of the Empty tomb

Boice, James Montgomery

BKS, Paperback, 126 pages — Item #1732

Christ the healer

Bonar, Horatius

BKS — Item #1071

Christ's Greatest Trophy: J. C. Ryle (Gospel essentials)

Ellsworth, Roger

BKS, Paperback — Item #1702

Christ's Last Disclosure of Himself

Greenhill, William

BKS, Edition: 1, Hardcover, 212 pages — Item #1731

Christ, Our Penal Substitute


BKS, Paperback — Item #1600

Christian Apologetics

Til, Cornelius Van

BKS — Item #1015

The Christian Counselor's Casebook

Adams, Jay E.

BKS — Item #780

A Christian Directory

Baxter, Richard

BKS, book — Item #1214

Christian Disciplines

Chambers, Oswald

BKS — Item #1197

Christian Experience

MacDonald, Donald

The Christian Experience is a selection of material drawn from the later years of Donald MacDonald's ministry. These fourteen chapters contain vital spiritual truth illuminated by the personal anecdotes of a man who saw the whole of life in focus because his eyes were fixed on Christ.
BKS, Hardback, 147 pages — Item #2068

Christian Handbook: A Straight Forward Guide to the Bible, Church History and Christian Doctrine

Jeffery, Peter

BKS, Paperback, 192 pages — Item #1564

Christian Leaders of the 18th Century

Ryle, J. C.

BKS, Paperback, 432 pages — Item #1823

Christian Life Classics III

Green, Jay P., Sr.

BKS — Item #656

Christian Living in the Home

Adams, Jay E.

BKS — Item #838
BKS — Item #1267

Christian Love and Its Fruits

Edwards, Jonathan

BKS — Item #1072
BKS — Item #1130

The Christian Pastor's Manual, a Selection of Tracts on the Duties, Difficulties & Encouragements of the Christian Ministry

Brown, John

BKS — Item #698

Christian Psychology's War on God's Word: The Victimization of the Believer

Owen, Jim

BKS — Item #1096

The Christian and Prayer : Ten Basic Steps Toward Christian Maturity Step #4

BKS — Item #924

The Christian in Complete Armour, Vol. 1

Gurnall, William

BKS — Item #695

The Christian in Complete Armour, Vol. 2

Gurnall, William

BKS — Item #696

The Christian in Complete Armour, Vol. 3

Gurnall, William

BKS — Item #697

The Christian's Daily Walk

Scudder, Henry

BKS — Item #738
BKS — Item #1164

Christian's Great Interest

Guthrie, William

BKS — Item #658

A Christian's Guide to Critical Thinking

Virkler, Henry A.

BKS — Item #645

Christian's High Calling

Roberts, Maurice

BKS, Paperback, 240 pages — Item #1675

The Christian's Reasonable Service, vol. 1

A'Brakel, Wilhemus

BKS — Item #781

A Christian's Response to Islam

Miller, William

BKS — Item #1007

Christianity and Liberalism

Machen, J. Gresham

BKS, Edition: New, Paperback, 158 pages — Item #1566

Christians Are Forever

Owen, John

BKS, Paperback, 84 pages — Item #1640

The Christians daily walk, in holy security and peace

Scudder, Henry

BKS — Item #915

Christies Old Organ

Walton, O. F.

BKS — Item #533

Chrysostom: Homilies on Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon (Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Vol. 13)

Schaff, Philip

BKS, Hardcover, 592 pages — Item #1779

Chrysostom: Homilies on the Gospel of Saint Matthew (Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Volume 10, First Series)

Schaff, Philip

BKS, Hardcover — Item #1776

The Church Is Bigger Than You Think: The Unfinished Work of World Evangelism

Johnstone, Patrick

BKS — Item #886

Clean Your Boots, Sir? (Rare Collector's Series)

Hamby, Mark

BKS, Hardcover, 119 pages — Item #1835

Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels

Wallace, J. Warner

Written by an L. A. County homicide detective and former atheist, Cold-Case Christianity examines the claims of the New Testament using the skills and strategies of a hard-to-convince criminal investigator.

Christianity could be defined as a “cold case”: it makes a claim about an event from the distant past for which there is little forensic evidence. In Cold-Case Christianity, J. Warner Wallace uses his nationally recognized skills as a homicide detective to look at the evidence and eyewitnesses behind Christian beliefs. Including gripping stories from his career and the visual techniques he developed in the courtroom, Wallace uses illustration to examine the powerful evidence that validates the claims of Christianity.

A unique apologetic that speaks to readersÂ’ intense interest in detective stories, Cold-Case Christianity inspires readers to have confidence in Christ as it prepares them to articulate the case for Christianity.
BKS, Paperback, 288 pages — Item #1973

Collected Writings of John Murray: Lectures in Systematic Theology

Murray, John

BKS — Item #1016

Collected Writings of John Murray: Studies in Theology

Murray, John

BKS — Item #1017

Come Down, Lord!


BKS, 56 p. — Item #1224

Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ

Bunyan, John

BKS — Item #814

Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ (Puritan Paperbacks)

Bunyan, John

BKS, Paperback, 240 pages — Item #1619

Come home for ever. Finding the goal of life

Wells, Tom

BKS, Paperback, 84 pages — Item #1692

Come, Ye Children


BKS, 160 p. — Item #1222

Commentaries on the Minor Prophets: Zechariah and Malachi (Geneva Series of Commentaries)

Calvin, John

BKS, Library Binding, 720 pages — Item #1515

Commentaries, critical and grammatical, on the epistles of Saint Paul,:Philippians, Colossians, Philemon, 1. Timothy, 2. Timothy, 3. Titus

Owen, John

BKS — Item #750

Commentary on the Book of the Acts

Bruce, F. F.

BKS — Item #751

Commentary on the First Epistle to the Corinthians

Hodge, Charles

BKS — Item #946

Commentary on the Twelve Minor Prophets Volume 1 Hosea,A

Calvin, John; Owen, John

BKS, Hardcover — Item #1513

Common Sense Christian Living

Schaeffer, Edith

BKS — Item #730

Communion With God (Puritan Paperbacks: Treasures of John Owen for Today's Readers)

Owen, John

BKS — Item #1018

Compelling Christianity (Studies in the Book of Acts)

Lloyd-Jones, Martyn

BKS, Hardcover, 288 pages — Item #1536

The Complete Evangelism Guidebook

Dawson, Scott

BKS — Item #830

The Complete Husband: A Practical Guide to Biblical Husbanding

Priolo, Lou

BKS — Item #887

Complete Works of Thomas Manton, Volume IV

Manton , Thomas

BKS — Item #1555

A Concise Exegetical Grammar of New Testament Greek

Greenlee, J. Harold

BKS — Item #929

A Concise Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament: Based upon the Lexical Work of Ludwig Koehler and Walter Baumgartner

Holladay, William Lee

BKS — Item #930

The Confession of Faith: The Larger & shorter catechisms with the Scripture Proofs at large together with The Sum of Saving Knowledge

BKS — Item #699



BKS — Item #459
BKS — Item #1131

Confessions of a Sinner

Boston, Thomas

BKS — Item #460

Conflict and Triumph: The Argument of the Book of Job Unfolded

Green, William Henry

BKS, Paperback, 177 pages — Item #1504

Contemporary Worship Music: A Biblical Defense

Frame, John M.

BKS, Paperback, 212 pages — Item #1754

Corrie Ten Boom: Keeper of the Angels Den

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #534

Corrie ten Boom: Shining in the Darkness

Meloche, Renee Taft

One quiet night in winter after
Corrie fell asleep,
she woke up to an urgent cry
and sounds of rushing feet.

She looked up at her Jewish friends.
Their eyes revealed their dread.
"The Germans are downstairs," one gasped,
as Corrie leapt from bed.

When Nazi Germany occupied Holland, Corrie ten Boom (1892-1983) and her family risked everything to extend God's hand of love and protection to their Jewish neighbors. A perfect hiding place was built into the wall of Corrie's bedroom, but would Corrie have the courage to keep the secret, even if it meant she and her family would suffer greatly? In the darkest of nights Corrie's compassion, sacrifice, and forgiving spirit were a shining testimony to the triumph of God's love over evil. "No pit is so deep," she believed, "that God's great love is greater still."
BKS — Item #2166

Counseling and the Five Points of Calvinism

Adams, Jay E.

BKS — Item #777

Count Zinzendorf: First Fruit

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #535

Courageous Christianity (Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn. Studies in the Book of Acts, V. 2.)

Lloyd-Jones, Martyn

BKS, Hardcover, 304 pages — Item #1532

Covenant Theology - A Reformed and Baptistic Perspective on God's Covenants

Nichols, Greg

BKS, Hardcover — Item #1573

Created for Work: Practical Insights for Young Men

Schultz, Bob

BKS — Item #884

Creation Regained

Wolters, Alberta M.

BKS — Item #787

The Creation of Wealth: A Christian's Case for Capitalism

Griffiths, Brian

BKS — Item #808

Creation: A Witness to the Wonder of God

Futato, Mark David

BKS, Paperback, 121 pages — Item #1476

Creative Counterpart

Dillow, Linda

BKS — Item #869
BKS — Item #1132

Creeds of the churches;: A reader in Christian doctrine, from the Bible to the present

Leith, John H

BKS, Edition: Revised, Paperback, 597 pages — Item #1642

A Critical and Expository Commentary on the Book of Judges (Geneva Series of Commentaries)

Fausset, A. R.

BKS, Hardcover, 340 pages — Item #1501

The Crook in the Lot

Boston, Thomas

BKS, 143 p. — Item #1362

The Cross Centered Life

Mahaney, C. J.

BKS — Item #700

The Cross of Christ

Stott, John R. W.

BKS — Item #1041

Cross: The Vindication of God

Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn

BKS — Item #659

The Cross: the Vindication of God

Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn

BKS — Item #1087

The Crusades: A Short Story

Riley-Smith, Jonathan

BKS, Edition: 1st, Paperback, 302 pages — Item #1810

Cultivating a Life of Character: Judges/Ruth (A Woman After God's Own HeartA)

George, Elizabeth

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 160 pages — Item #1712



BKS, 132 p. — Item #1270

The Da Vinci Deception

Lutzer, Erwin

BKS — Item #1042

Daily Light from the Bible

Olsen, Viggo

BKS — Item #798

Dairyman's Daughter

Richmond, Leah

BKS — Item #536

The Dairyman's Daughter and other personal testimonies

Whitefield, Richard, etc.

BKS, 107 p. — Item #1285

Daktar II: A Decade of Miracles in Bangladesh

Olsen, Viggo

BKS — Item #461

Daktar: Diplomat in Bangladesh

Olsen, Viggo

BKS — Item #462

Dalit Freedom, Now and Forever: The Epic Struggle for Dalit Emancipation

D'souza, Joseph

BKS, 259 p. — Item #1326

Damsels in Distress : Biblical Solutions for Problems Women Face

Peace, Martha

A catalog of somewhat hard-edged responses to critical problems women face in today's world. Not simplistic, but directly challenging. Addresses feminism, manipulation, vanity, women's roles, gossip, PMS, and legalism.
BKS, Paperback book, 187 pages — Item #1915

The Dangerous Duty of Delight: Daring to Make God Your Greatest Desire (LifeChange Books)

Piper, John

BKS, Hardcover, 112 pages — Item #1689

Dangerous Journey

Hunkin, Oliver

BKS — Item #537

Daniel: An Expositional Commentary

Boice, James Montgomery

BKS, Paperback, 140 pages — Item #1510

Daniel: The Praying Prince

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #538

Dare To Be Different: Dealing With Peer Pressure

Dobson, James C.

BKS — Item #660

Dare to Discipline

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #839

Dare to Stand Alone

Olyott, Stuart

BKS, 168 p. — Item #1313

David & the Big Giant

Davidson, Alice Joyce

BKS — Item #539

David Livingstone: Africa's Trailblazer

Benge, Janet & Geoff

BKS, 215 p. — Item #1310

David Livingstone: The Truth Behind the Legend

Mackenzie, Rob

BKS — Item #463

David the King: True Repentance

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #540

David the Shepherd: A Man of Courage

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #541

David the Soldier: A Man Of Patience

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #542

David: The Fearless Fighter

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #543

Day God Made

Knecht, Glen

BKS, Paperback, 112 pages — Item #1747

Day by Day with the English Puritans

Pederson, Randall

A book of 365 daily devotions by 80 different English Puritans, including:

- John Bunyan
- Richard Baxter
- Thomas Manton
- Thomas Watson
- Richard Sibbes
- John Flavel.
Diverse and profound devotions cover topics like faith, spiritual growth, temptation, holiness, God's character, prayer, joy and sorrows, etc.

Also includes an introduction to English Puritans, resources to delve further into the writers' original works, and brief biographies of the contributors.
BKS, Hardback, 422 pages — Item #2150

The Death Penalty: God's Will or Man's Folly

Martin, Robert Paul

BKS, Hardcover, 86 pages — Item #1802

The Death of Death in the Death of Christ: A Treatise in Which the Whole Controversy about Universal Redemption is Fully Discussed

Owen, John

The Death of Death in the Death of Christ is a polemical work, designed to show, among other things, that the doctrine of universal redemption is unscriptural and destructive to the gospel. Those who see no need for doctrinal exactness and have no time for theological debates which show up divisions between Evangelicals may well regret its reappearnace. Some may find the very sound of Owen's thesis so shocking that they will refuse to read his book at all. It is to those who share this readiness that Owen's treatise is offered, in the belief that it will help us in one of the most urgent tasks facing Evangelical Christendom today - the recovery of the gospel. 'It is safe to say that no comparable exposition of the work of redemption as planned and executed by the Triune Jehovah has ever been done since Owen published this in 1648.' - J. I. Packer
BKS, Paperbac, 312 pages — Item #2037

Decision Making and the Will of God

Friesen, Garry

BKS — Item #815

Decisional Regeneration

Adams, Jay E.

BKS — Item #816

Declare His Glory among the Nations

Howard, David M. (ed.)

BKS — Item #817

Defender of Faith, Revised Edition: The Mike Fisher Story

Washburn, Kim

The revised edition of Defender of Faith describes the extraordinary true story of professional hockey player, Mike Fisher, who grew up to became one of the NHL's greatest stars, now married to country singer Carrie Underwood. He has been has been nominated for the Selke Trophy as the best defensive forward in the league, heÂ’s competed in the Stanley Cup finals, and heÂ’s been a former alternate captain for the Ottawa Senators. Today he plays professionally for the Nashville Predators and is an active humanitarian, using his fame to benefit others and putting his faith in Christ first--both on and off the ice.
BKS, Paperback, 157 pages — Item #2044

Defending the Line: The David Luiz Story

Carpenter, Alex

One of the rising stars in international soccer, David Luiz has been impressing crowds since he was a boy. But it is his faith, not his fame, that drives him to greater success and keeps him “defending the goal.” David made his debut in professional soccer as a left fullback when he was just 19. He was then picked up by Portugal’s Benfica team and named player of the year for the 2009-2010 season. As a star defender and vice-captain for the Brazilian National team, David shines both on and off the field, inspiring athletes around the world with his incredible soccer skills and his unwavering faith. David currently plays for England’s Chelsea Football Club, one of the premier club teams in the world, and he is expected to play for Brazil in the 2014 World Cup.
BKS, Paperback, 98 pages — Item #2043

Depression: A Stubborn Darkness--Light for the Path

Miller, Susan Martins

BKS — Item #1103

The Design Inference: Eliminating Change through Small Probabilities

Dembski, William A.

BKS — Item #789

Designed for Dignity: What God has made it possible for You to Be

Pratt, Richard L., Jr.

BKS, 196 p. — Item #1348

Desiring God: 10th Anniversary Expanded Edition

Piper, John

BKS — Item #661

Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Life and Martydom of a Great Man Who Counted the Cost of Discipleship

Miller, Susan Martin

BKS — Item #465

The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God

Carson, D.A.

At first thought, understanding the doctrine of the love of God seems simple compared to trying to fathom other doctrines like that of the Trinity or predestination. Especially since the overwhelming majority of those who believe in God view Him as a loving being.

That is precisely what makes this doctrine so difficult. The only aspect of God's character the world still believes in is His love. His holiness, His sovereignty, His wrath are often rejected as being incompatible with a "loving" God. Because pop culture has so distorted and secularized God's love, many Christians have lost a biblical understanding of it and, in turn, lost a vital means to knowing who God is.

The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God seeks to restore what we have lost. In this treatment of many of the Bible's passages regarding divine love, noted evangelical scholar D. A. Carson not only critiques sentimental ideas such as "God hates the sin but loves the sinner," but provides a compelling perspective on the nature of God and why He loves as He does. Carson blends his discourse with discussion of how God's sovereignty and holiness complete the biblical picture of who He is and how He loves.

In doing away with trivialities and cliches, this work gets to the heart of this all-important doctrine from an unflinching evangelical perspective. Yet it does so without losing its personal emphasis: for in understanding more of the comprehensive nature of God's love as declared in His Word, you will come to understand God and His unending love for you more completely.
BKS, Paperback, 84 pages — Item #2036

Dig Down Deep

Harris, Joshua

BKS — Item #1111

Dinosaurs for Kids

Ham, Ken

Peek inside a dinosaur egg, discover what dinosaurs really ate, and learn how dinosaur tracks are made - all in this awesomely illustrated book!

Dinosaurs for Kids shares the unique world of dinosaurs and their true history like never before as you:

meet the most unusual creatures to ever walk the earth, stalk the seas, or soar across the sky!
discover how dinosaur bonebeds are made, and other kinds of fossils beyond just bones!
learn the truth behind museum exhibits and flawed evolutionary timelines!
Within these pages kids will uncover the facts about dinosaur history from the Creation to recent discoveries. Let Ken Ham take you on a journey through time to explore these awesome wonders of God's design. From where dinosaurs lived to what scientists assume they know about these great creatures, dinosaurs have never been this exciting, revealing and simply amazing!

The 7 Fs of dinosaur history: formed, fearless, fallen, flood, faded, found, fiction.
BKS, Hardback, 64 pages — Item #1947

Dips of Water from the Wells of Life

Jones, Crate

BKS — Item #1210

Directions for Daily Communion with God

Henry, Matthew

BKS, Mass Market Paperback, 163 pages — Item #1683

Discipline: The Glad Surrender

Murray, John

BKS — Item #663

Discovering God in Stories from the Bible

Ryken, Philip Graham

BKS, Paperback, 240 pages — Item #1594

Discovering the Treasures of a Godly Woman: Proverbs 31

George, Elizabeth

BKS — Item #1114


Dabney, Robert L.

BKS, 600 p. — Item #1342

A Distant Grief

Sempangi, F. Kefa

BKS — Item #448

Divine songs : in easy language for the use of children

Watts, Isaac

BKS, Paperback — Item #1805


Zettersten, Rolf

BKS — Item #871

The Doctrine of Election

Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #1088

The Doctrine of the Word of God

Thomas, Thomas A.

BKS, 114 p. — Item #1335

Does God Believe in Atheists?

Blanchard, John

This award-winning title traces the development of atheistic and agnostic thinking over the past 2,500 years and shows how thinkers like Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Neitzsche, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, Bertrand Russell and others have shaped many people's thinking today. It also pinpoints the flaws in Darwinian evolutionism and in claims made for it by Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens and others, explains why secular humanism self-destructs, reveals why there is no conflict between science and belief in God, exposes fatal errors in nine world religions and fourteen major cults and shows why the existence of evil and suffering is no reason to deny God's existence.
BKS, Hardback book, 655 pages — Item #1896

Doing a Great Work (Ezra/Neh) (Welwyn Commentary)

Evers, Stan K.

BKS, Paperback, 224 pages — Item #1503

The Doulos Story

Rhoton, Elaine

The Doulos Story vividly describes the joys and tensions of life aboard Operation Mobilization's ship Doulos, and the impact of volunteer workers serving Jesus Christ on the lives of countless people around the world.
BKS — Item #2009

Dr. Dobson: Turning Hearts Toward Home

Bridges, Charles

BKS — Item #466

Dragons: Legends & Lore of Dinosaurs

Hodge, Bodie

A fascinating presentation on dragons and their biblical connection will shed light on the truth of their existence and connection to the last living dinosaurs. Powerful, fire-breathing, fantastic beings that have left their legacy on this world and can now only be found in the pages of ancient texts. DRAGONS!

Dragons: Legends & Lore of Dinosaurs is a juvenile nonfiction title enjoyable for all ages! It takes you back to the days of these amazing creatures and their presence in various cultures including Asia, the Americas, and Europe. Read of thrilling historical battles between dragons, and saints, and their ability to terrorize medieval castles. Mystical fantasies brought to life, as the truth is revealed.

This title is case bound and beautifully presented using original illustrations, envelopes, fold-outs, gatefolds, and more!
BKS, Hardback, 24 pages — Item #1949

Drops from a Leaking Tap

Verwer, George

BKS, 185 p. — Item #1325

Dug Down Deep

Harris, Joshua

BKS — Item #806

The Duties of Church Members to their Pastors

James, John Angell

BKS — Item #701


Jenkyn, William

BKS, Hardcover, 392 pages — Item #1558

The Early Church Fathers - Nicene & Post Nicene Fathers Volume 4: Augustine: The Writings Against the Manichaeans and Against the Donatists (The Early Church Fathers- Post Nicene)

Schaff, Philip

BKS — Item #1783

The Early Earth

Whitcomb, Jr., John C.

BKS — Item #979

Eccentric Preachers


BKS, 224 p. — Item #1371


Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #752

Effective Prayer

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1073

Eight Translation New Testament

The Chrisitan Reader

BKS — Item #445

El leon, la bruja y el ropero

Lewis, CS

BKS — Item #1198

Election: A Sermon

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon

BKS, Pamphlet — Item #1728


MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #753

Elijah: God's Miracle Man

Mackenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #544

Elisabeth Elliot Omnibus: "Through Gates of Splendour", "Shadow of the Almighty", "No Graven Image"

Owen, John

BKS — Item #467

Encountering the New Testament

Elwell & Yarbrough

BKS, 448 p. & CD — Item #1324

Encountering the Old Testament

Arnold & Beyer

BKS, 512 p. & CD — Item #1323

The End Times Made Simple: How Could Everybody Be So Wrong about Biblical Prophecy

Waldron, Samuel E.

BKS — Item #1043
BKS — Item #1165

The Enemy Within: Straight Talk about the Power and Defeat of Sin

Lundgaard, Kris

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 157 pages — Item #1651

The Englishman's Greek Concordance of the New Testament

BKS — Item #980

Ephesians (Let's Study)

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

BKS, Paperback, 224 pages — Item #1548

Epistle to the Hebrews

Owen, John

BKS — Item #755

The Epistle to the Romans (New International Commentary on the New Testament)

Murray, John

BKS, Edition: 2nd, Hardcover — Item #1538

Eric Liddell

Rainer, Thom S.

BKS — Item #468

Eric Liddell: Running for a Higher Prize

Meloche, Renee Taft

A Scottish boy named Eric Liddell
thought the greatest fun
was moving fast just like the wind:
he simply loved to run.

He loved to sprint so very much
that he began to dream
of one day running on Great Britain's
fine Olympic team.

Just when Eric Liddell's dream was coming true, he stunned the world by refusing to run his Olympic race on a Sunday, a day he believed was for honoring God. Many people thought Eric was a traitor and a fool, for they were sure he would have won. But Eric believed God's promise "He who honors me, I will honor" - and God kept His promise. From winning Olympic gold to leaving his fame behind to go to China as a missionary, Eric put God in first place. (1902-1945)
BKS — Item #2165

Eric Liddell: Something Greater Than Gold

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #545

Essentials of New Testament Greek

Packer, James I.

BKS — Item #948

Evangelical Dictionary of Theology (Baker Reference Library)

Elwell, Walter A.

BKS, Edition: 2, Hardcover, 1312 pages — Item #1581

Evangelical Ethics: Issues Facing the Church Today

Davis, John Jefferson

BKS — Item #818

Evangelicals Then and Now

Jeffery, Peter

In surveying the past forty years of evangelicalism Peter Jeffery does not look back with the warm glow of nostalgia, but takes a long hard look at today's evangelical church. In a society where nothing is right or wrong and anything is tolerated apart from a biblical faith, those who believe the Bible are viewed as bigoted, ignorant and lacking in love. The church has almost ceased to have any influence over public morality and is often viewed with derision. How do Christians react? They either retreat into a holy huddle and complain that things are not as they used to be or try to show the world that they are not really so different after all. The gospel has been toned down to make it more user-friendly and evangelicalism has lost its urgency and relevance. Peter Jeffery takes a careful look at many aspects of church life including worship, Bible versions, preaching and leadership. He asks, 'Where do we go from here?' and stresses the need for a greater vision of God's greatness, a deeper conviction of sin and of the authority of Scripture and a deeper awareness of the condition of the lost. Revival has to begin first among the people of God and not the spiritually dead. This book is a wake-up call to all who love and care deeply about their priceless possession.
BKS, Paperback book, 128 pages — Item #1891

Evangelism and Your Church

McDowell, Josh

BKS — Item #895

Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God

Packer, James I.

BKS — Item #819
BKS — Item #1209

The Everlasting Righteousness

Bonar, Horatius

BKS, Paperback, 211 pages — Item #1592

Every Thought Captive: A Study Manual for the Defense of Christian Truth

Pratt, Jr. Richard L.

BKS, Paperback — Item #1648

Evidence That Demands a Verdict, Volume 1: Historical Evidences for the Christian Faith

Carson, D. A.

BKS — Item #664

The Excellent Wife: A Biblical Perspective

Peace, Martha

BKS — Item #1119

The Excellent Wife: Teacher's Guide

Peace, Martha

BKS — Item #1120

Exegetical Fallacies

Carson,, D. A.

BKS — Item #1396

The Exemplary Husband: A Biblical Perspective

Scott, Stuart

BKS — Item #888

Experience Meeting: Introduction to the Welsh Societies of the Evangelical Awakening

Lawson, George & Carson, Alexander

BKS — Item #1019

Exposition of the Epistle of Jude

Jenkyn, William

Spurgeon said of this classic Puritan commentary: "A TREASURE-HOUSE OF GOOD THINGS." Thomas Manton first gave up the idea of printing his work on Jude when he read this masterpiece by William Jenkyn, but later changed his mind when urged by friends. Yet he tell us, "I consulted with my reverend brother's book, and when I found at any point at large discussed by him, I either omitted it or mentioned it very briefly; so that his labours will be necessary to supply the weakness of mine." Cyril Barber said, "William Jenkyn was a diligent student of the Word, an able expositor, and known throughout England for his piety. We welcome the republication of this outstanding commentary. It is a tribute to the foresight of the publishers that they are making it available to a new generation of Bible students and teachers."
BKS — Item #2022

Exposition of the Gospel According to Matthew (New Testament Commentary)

Hendriksen, William

BKS, Edition: Fifth Printing, Hardcover — Item #1522

Expositions of Ruth and Esther

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #756

Expository Listening: A Practical Handbook for Hearing and Doing Gods Word

Ramey, Ken

BKS, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #1674


Greenhill, William

BKS, Hardcover, 859 pages — Item #1509

Faith & Mission Fall 1998

BKS, 165 p. — Item #1337

Faith & Mission Fall 1999

BKS, 155 p. — Item #1341

Faith & Mission Spring 1998

BKS, 123 p. — Item #1336

Faith & Mission Spring 1999

BKS, 154 P. — Item #1338

Faith & Mission Summer 2000

BKS, 133 p. — Item #1340

Faith Works: The Gospel According to the Apostles

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #1021

A Faith Worth Sharing: a lifetime of conversations about Christ

Miller, C. John

BKS, 152 p. — Item #1350

Faith on Trial: Studies in Psalm 73

Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn

BKS — Item #757

Faith's Checkbook

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #799

A Faithful Boy's Influence & Ears for Little Gleaners

Aunty Friendly & Dawson, Herbert

BKS — Item #1188

The Faithful Preacher: Recapturing the Vision of Three Pioneering African-American Pastors

Anyabwile, Thabiti M.

BKS, Paperback, 192 pages — Item #1792

Faithful Under Fire

Ellsworth, Roger

BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #1488

Faithfulness And Holiness: The Witness of J.C. Ryle

Packer, J. I.

As eldest son and heir to a fortune, J. C. Ryle had a hopeful future until the day his father declared bankruptcy. In a single moment, he was stripped of everything--land, title, wealth, security--and life as he knew it no longer existed. Ryle was devastated. And yet, had this not happened, Ryle would likely have entered Parliament rather than becoming a clergyman, and he might never have written a single book or tract or sermon, or become one of the most influential evangelical leaders of the 19th century. What could have broken Ryle beyond despair became the very instrument that led him towards holiness. Here in a single volume are not only J. I. Packer's reflections on the life of John Charles Ryle, but the very words of Ryle himself in a reprint of his classic work, Holiness. We see the faith that encouraged him through his difficulties. The hope that gave him a future. The God who blessed Ryle more than he ever imagined possible. And we are encouraged that the very God who worked a miracle in Ryle's life is the same One who works in us, leading us to holiness.
BKS, Book, 272 Pages — Item #1932

The False Identity: Recognized

Wright, L. A.

BKS — Item #848

The False identity: Revealed

Wright, L A

BKS, 263 p. — Item #1295

Family Practice: God's Prescription for a Healthy Home

Sproul, RC

BKS — Item #840

Farewell to Anglicanism

Carson, Herbert M

BKS — Item #1022


Miller, Samuel

BKS — Item #1074

Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough: A Guide to Nine Biblical Fasts

Towns, Elmer L.

BKS — Item #665

A Father's Heart

Kinkade, Thomas

BKS — Item #883

Favorite Christmas Carols

Kuse, James

BKS — Item #861

The Fear Factor - What Satan Doesn't Want You to Know

Mack, Wayne A.

BKS — Item #1044

The Federal Vision and Covenant Theology: A Comparative Analysis

Waters, Guy Prentiss

BKS, Edition: annotated edition, Paperback, 397 pages — Item #1574

Feelings and Faith: Cultivating Godly Emotions in the Christian Life

Borgman, Brian S.

This book weaves together biblical exposition and practical application to demonstrate how emotions relate to the Christian life.

Emotions are a vital part of what it means to be a human being made in the image of God and redeemed in Jesus Christ. But often our emotions confuse and mislead us. So what is the proper place for emotions in a Christian's walk of faith?

In Feelings and Faith Brian Borgman draws from his extensive biblical knowledge and his pastoral experience to help readers understand both divine and human emotions. After laying a biblical foundation he moves on to practical application, focusing on how Christians can put to death ungodly emotional displays and also cultivate godly emotions.

This biblically informed, practical volume is helpful for pastors, counselors, and serious-minded Christians who wish to develop a full-orbed faith that encompasses their emotional life.
BKS, Paperback, 240 pages — Item #2094

Female Piety: a Young Woman's Friend and Guide

James, John Angell

BKS — Item #1115

Fifty REasons Why Jesus Came to Die

Piper, John

BKS, 123 p. — Item #1250

Final Word

Robertson, O. Palmer

BKS, Paperback, 136 pages — Item #1676

Financial Peace: Restoring Financial Hope to You and Your Family

Ramsey, Dave

BKS, Edition: 0, Hardcover, 270 pages — Item #1797

First Corinthians

Wilson, Geoffrey

BKS — Item #758

First Corinthians (New Testament Commentaries)

Wilson, Geoffrey

BKS, Edition: Revised, Paperback, 252 pages — Item #1543

Five Books of Moses

Allis, Oswald T.

BKS — Item #759

Five Million Islands

BKS — Item #896

The Five Points of Calvinism

Seaton, William J

BKS, Pamphlet — Item #1578

The Five Points of Calvinism: Defined, Defended, and Documented

Steele, David N.

BKS, Edition: 2, Paperback, 247 pages — Item #1580

Florence Young: Mission Accomplished

Benge, Janet & Geoff

A rip current overturned the whaleboat with eight Kanaka Christians aboard. Only three of the men could swim, and the others clung to the upturned boat. Sharks circled the three as they struggled to get to shore. The three survived, but the others could not be found. When Florence heard the news, she resolved to go on despite the dangers.

Once timid and unsure of her own salvation, New Zealander Florence Young rose to her calling and became a fearless and faithful witness for Jesus Christ. Eventually serving in the remote Solomon Islands and, for a season, in China during the deadly Boxer Rebellion, Florence began her service close to home.

This one women's mission to the Solomon Islanders, or Kanakas, working on her family's Australian plantation soon expanded to their home islands. There, as Florence and others helped Kanaka believers reach out to villages steeped in cannibalism and revenge killings, thousands of people were transformed by the love of God. (1856-1940)
BKS, 185 pages — Item #2101

Following God with All Your Heart: Believing and Living God's Plan for You

George, Elizabeth

BKS, Paperback, 256 pages — Item #1713

Following the Shepherd: Through the Twenty-Third Psalm

Jeffery, Peter

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 112 pages — Item #1505

The Foolish Farmer

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #612

Footsteps in the Sea (Hodder Christian Paperbacks)

Meroff, Deborah

BKS — Item #897

For Religion to Christ

Jeffery, Peter

BKS, Paperback, 92 pages — Item #1759

The Force of Truth

Scott, Thomas

BKS, 127 p. — Item #1351

Forgotten Factors of Sexual Sin...an aid to deeper repentance

Hession, Roy

BKS, 107 p. — Item #1346

Forgotten Spurgeon-out of print

Murray, Iain H.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 254 pages — Item #1819

Forgotten Trinity, The

White, James R.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 224 pages — Item #1586

Foundations of God's City: Christians in a Crumbling Culture

Boice, James Montgomery

Deeply biblical in its argument, thoroughly conversant with contemporary culture and practically informed by personal involvement in urban ministry, this is a book for the hour. It awakens Christians to their identity within society and to their eternal destiny, instructing them in the one right thing to do: "Be God's people in the midst of this world's culture."
BKS, Paperback book, 279 pages — Item #1899

Foundations of the Christian Faith

Boice, James Montgomery

BKS — Item #1024

The Four Loves

Lewis, C.S.

"We need others physically, emotionally, intellectually; we need them if we are to know anything, even ourselves."

We hear often that love is patient and kind, not envious or prideful. We hear that human love is a reflection of divine love. We hear that God is love. But how do we understand its work in our lives, its perils and rewards? Here, the incomparable C. S. Lewis examines human love in four forms: affection, the most basic, general, and emotive; friendship, the most rare, least jealous, and, in being freely chosen, perhaps the most profound; Eros, passionate love that can run counter to happiness and poses real danger; charity, the greatest, most spiritual, and least selfish. Proper love is a risk, but to bar oneself from it--to deny love--is a damning choice. Love is a need and a gift; love brings joy and laughter. We must seek to be awakened and so to find an Appreciative love through which "all things are possible."
BKS, Paperback, 141 pages — Item #1988

The Four Major Cults

Hoekema, Anthony A.

BKS — Item #1046

Foxe's Book of Martyrs

King, Marie Gentert

BKS — Item #469
BKS — Item #1133

Free Will a Slave

Spurgeon, C.H.

BKS — Item #1631

From Akebu to Zapotec: A Book of Bibleless Peoples

Hathersmith, June

BKS — Item #546

The Fruit of Her Hands: Respect and the Christian Woman

Wilson, Nancy

Imagine where the Church would be today if the men in it were respected as they ought to be by their wives. What power would God unleash through godly men who were respected in their homes? Wives, instead of focusing on your husband's problems and shortcomings, look at what you are supposed to be doing yourself. In the Song of Solomon we read, "Like an apple tree among the sons." So what is your perspective when you look at your husband? Is it biblical or does it stem from all those modern lies which surround us?
BKS, Paperback book, 109 — Item #1921

The Fruitful Life: The Overflow of God's Love Through You

Bridges, Jerry

BKS, Paperback, 192 pages — Item #1654

Future Men: Raising Boys to Fight Giants

Wilson, Douglas

As much as it may distress us, our boys are future men.

When Theodore Roosevelt taught Sunday school for a time, a boy showed up one Sunday with a black eye. He admitted he had been fighting and on a Sunday too. He told the future president that a bigger boy had been pinching his sister, and so he fought him. TR told him that he had done perfectly right and gave him a dollar. The stodgy vestrymen thought this was a bit much, and so they let their exuberant Sunday school teacher go. What a loss.

Unbelief cannot look past surfaces. Unbelief squashes; faith teaches. Faith takes a boy aside and tells him that this part of what he did was good, while that other part of he did got in the way. "And this is how to do it better next time."

As we look to Scripture for patterns of masculinity for our sons, we find them manifested perfectly in the life of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is the one who set the ultimate pattern for friendship and courage, for faithfulness and integrity.
BKS, Paperback, 199 pages — Item #1983

Galatians (Let's Study)

Thomas, Derek

BKS, Edition: Revised, Paperback, 185 pages — Item #1547

Gateway to the Old Testament

Weeks, Noel

BKS — Item #1493

Gender Questions: Biblical Manhood and Womanhood in the Contemporary World

Benton, John

This book is a presentation of the biblical teaching on manhood and womanhood - we are to honor each other as we live and minister in complementary ways. In an age of gender confusion this is a much-needed book.
BKS, Paperback book, 109 pages — Item #1894

The Genesis Flood: The Biblical Record and Its Scientific Implications

Whitcomb, John C. Jr.

BKS, Paperback, 518 pages — Item #1498

Genesis for Today

McIntosh, Andy

BKS, 230 p. — Item #1315

Genesis, an EP Study Commentary, v. 2 Genesis 25:19-50:26

Currid, John D.

BKS — Item #1495

The Genius of Grace

Gordon, Sam

A commentary of Ephesians, this 4th book in the Truth for Today Series covers topics such as Blessings, Peace and Reconciliation, Prayer, Churches, Marriage, Relationships, Handling conflicts and the Grace of God. Endorsed by C. Stanley, W. Kroll, V. English, M. Thomas, H. Thomas, S. Davey.
BKS, Paperback book, 429 pages — Item #1910

The Genius of Puritanism

Lewis, Peter

BKS, 144 p. — Item #1361

George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol's Orphans

Benge, Geoff

BKS — Item #547

The George Verwer Collection

Verwer, George

BKS, Paperback, 280 pages — Item #1679

Getting the Gospel Right

Venema, Cornelis P.

Every generation of Christian believers faces the challenge of proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ with integrity and in conformity to the teaching of the Scriptures. But what do the Scriptures teach with regard to the central message of the gospel? Were the Reformers correct to insist that the good news of God's gracious and free acceptance of guilty sinners, on the basis of the obedience and atoning sacrifice of Christ, lies at the heart of the gospel? Or are we to accept the "new perspectives" on Paul's teaching, which have been advocated in recent years by those who have made a fresh study of the relevant historical sources? Since the new perspectives challenge some of the basic features of the traditional Protestant understanding of justification, they require careful study and thoughtful evaluation. Nothing less than the shape of the evangelical church's proclamation of the gospel today is at stake.
BKS, Paperback book, 92 pages — Item #1923

Gideon: Soldier Of God

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #548

Gifted Hands, Revised Kids Edition: The Ben Carson Story

Lewis, Gregg

Ben Carson used to be the class dummy. Today he is one of the world's most brilliant surgeons. Gifted Hands Kids Edition tells the extraordinary true story of an angry, young boy from the inner city who, through faith and determination, grew up to become one of the world's leading pediatric neurosurgeons. When Ben was in school, his peers called him the class dummy. But his mother encouraged him to succeed, and Ben discovered a deep love of learning. Ben found that anything is possible with trust and determination.
BKS, Paperback, 171 pages — Item #2041

Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story

In 1987, Dr. Benjamin Carson gained worldwide recognition for his part in the first successful separation of Siamese twins joined at the back of the head. The extremely complex and delicate operation, five months in the planning and twenty-two hours in the execution, involved a surgical plan that Carson helped initiate.

Carson pioneered again in a rare procedure known as hemispherectomy, giving children without hope a second chance at life through a daring operation in which he literally removed one half of their brain.

But such breakthroughs aren't unusual for Ben Carson. He's been beating the odds since he was a child.

Raised in inner-city Detroit by a mother with a third grade education, Ben lacked motivation. He had terrible grades. And a pathological temper threatened to put him in jail. But Sonya Carson convinced her son that he could make something of his life, even though everything around him said otherwise.

Trust in God, a relentless belief in his own capabilities, and sheer determination catapulted Ben from failing grades to the top of his class--and beyond to a Yale scholarship . . . the University of Michigan Medical School . . . and finally, at age 33, the directorship of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Today, Dr. Ben Carson holds twenty honorary doctorates and is the possessor of a long string of honors and awards, including the Horatio Alger Award, induction into the "Great Blacks in Wax" Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, and an invitation as Keynote Speaker at the 1997 President's National Prayer Breakfast.

Gifted Hands is the riveting story of one man's secret for success, tested against daunting odds and driven by an incredible mindset that dares to take risks. This inspiring autobiography takes you into the operating room to witness surgeries that made headlines around the world--and into the private mind of a compassionate, God-fearing physician who lives to help others. Through it all shines a humility, quick wit, and down-to-earth style that make this book one you won't easily forget. Dr. Benjamin Carson is director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
BKS, Hardback, 240 pages — Item #2046

Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship

Boice, James Montgomery

This call for the doxological reformation of the church is offered to "ministers who lead their congregations in worship, musicians who seek a deeper understanding of the spiritual purpose of their work, [and] seminary students who are clarifying their commitment to biblical worship. . . ."

Give Praise to God continues the legacy of James Montgomery Boice by examining the biblical foundations for worship, the warranted elements of corporate worship, worship in the home and in all of life, and worship throughout the ages.

Contributors, in addition to the editors, are Marion Clark, Edmund Clowney, Mark Dever, William Edgar, Robert Godfrey, Michael Horton, Terry Johnson, Paul Jones, Albert Mohler, N. R. Needham, Hughes Old, Richard Phillips, and Donald Whitney. Not all agree on every particular, nor do readers need to in order to benefit from these thoughtful discussions of how to worship God biblically.
BKS — Item #2030

Gladys Aylward: Daring to Trust

Meloche, Renee Taft

The next day they all struggled on.
The mountain ground was rough.
With blistered, bruised, and bloody feet
their trip was tiring, tough.

So Gladys taught them hymns to sing
to keep their spirits strong.
This cheered them some, and yet they knew
the road ahead was long.

Gladys Aylward (1902-1970) had trusted God when she traveled all alone from her home in England to the far-off land of China. Now Gladys and nearly one hundred Chinese orphans were on another daring journey, looking for safe homes away from the war in their village. The journey over the mountains was hard, and often Gladys and the children were tired, hungry, and scared. But they dared to trust God - and God helped them every step of the way.
BKS — Item #2167

Gladys Aylward: The Adventure of a Lifetime

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #549

The Global Orphan Crisis: Be the Solution, Change Your World

Elliot, Diane Lynn

BKS, Edition: New Edition, Paperback, 360 pages — Item #1800

Glorious Body of Christ

Kuiper, R. B.

BKS, Paperback, 384 pages — Item #1603

Glorious Christianity (Studies in the Book of Acts)

Lloyd-Jones, Martyn

BKS, Hardcover, 288 pages — Item #1534

Glorious Freedom: The Excellency of the Gospel Above the Law (Puritan Paperbacks)

Sibbes, Richard

BKS, Paperback, 194 pages — Item #1690

The Glory of Christ

Owen, John

BKS — Item #1604

God Answers Prayer for Girls

Sisters and friends, mothers and daughters - they're all in this book and they all have one thing in common - they've prayed to the one true God - the God who always answers.
BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #2087

God Bless


BKS — Item #550

God Chose to Save: Why Man Cannot and Will Not Be Saved Apart from Election

Bianchi, Joseph

BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #1606

God Gave Me Smell

MacKenzie, Catherine

BKS — Item #1256

God Has Spoken: Revelation and the Bible

Packer, J. I.

BKS, Edition: 3, Paperback, 174 pages — Item #1482

God Made Them Great

Tallach, John

BKS — Item #470

The God Makers

Decker, Ed

BKS — Item #702

God Reaching Down

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS, Paperback — Item #1729

God Spake by Moses: An Exposition of the Pentateuch

Allis, Oswald T.

Starting with the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch, Allis gives us a brief exposition of the first five books of the Bible, showing their themes and doctrines.
BKS, Paperback, 159 pages — Item #2067

God Transcendent

Machen, J. Gresham

BKS — Item #1075

The God Who Justifies

White, James R.

BKS — Item #1048

God Willing

Flavel, John

BKS, Edition: Abridged edition, Paperback, 65 pages — Item #1598

God and Politics: Jesus' Vision for Society, State, and Goverment

Dever, Mark

In a society where religion is increasingly private, and faith is OK as long as it s not shared, many would seek to keep God out of their politics. But is that right, and is it biblical? This is an important topic to consider, not just for those working in government, but for all of us as we seek to be responsible citizens in a fallen world. Mark Dever unpacks what the Bible has to say on this topic, and teaches how we can Give back to Caesar what is Caesar s without compromising on what we believe. We ll see that our duty to God is comprehensive and that there isn t an area of life that we can separate from His influence. This little book won t take long to read, but its impact could last a lifetime.
BKS, Paperback, 57 pages — Item #2128

God at Work

Edwards, Jonathan

BKS, Paperback, 94 pages — Item #1756

God has Power

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #551

God in the Garden; The Story of Billy Graham's First New York Crusade

Mitchell, Curtis

BKS, Paperback — Item #1814

God's Abundant Life (Great Christian Classics)

Scougal, Henry

BKS, Paperback, 112 pages — Item #1677

God's Guidance:A Slow & Certain Light

Elliot, Elisabeth

BKS — Item #666
BKS — Item #1134

God's Missiles Over Cuba: The Tom White Story

Silva, Moises

BKS — Item #471

God's Outlaw

Edwards, Brian H.

BKS, Paperback, 183 pages — Item #2058

God's Passion for His Glory

Piper, John

BKS, Edition: 0, Hardcover, 270 pages — Item #1593

God's Providence

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1599

God's Righteous Kingdom

Chantry, Walter J.

BKS — Item #821
BKS — Item #1135

God's Smuggler

Brother Andrew

BKS, 224 p. — Item #1229

God's Way of Peace

Bonar, Horatius

BKS, 110 p. — Item #1279
BKS, 110 p. — Item #1283

God's Will, Man's Will and Free Will; Four Discussions

Bonar, Horatius

BKS — Item #1076

God's Wisdom for Little Boys: Character-Building Fun from Proverbs

George, Jim

BKS — Item #553

God's Wisdom for Little Girls: Virtues and Fun from Proverbs 31

George, Elizabeth

BKS — Item #554

God's Wisdom for a Woman's Life: Timeless Principles for Your Every Need

George, Elizabeth

BKS, Paperback, 204 pages — Item #1714

God's Words: Studies of key Bible themes

Packer, J. I

BKS, Paperback, 223 pages — Item #1569

God, Language and Scripture; reading the Bible in the light of general linguistics

Silvas, Moises

BKS — Item #949

God, The Ten Commandments and Jesus

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #552

God-Centred Evangelism

Kuiper, R. B.

BKS — Item #820

Godliness through Discipline

Adams, Jay E.

BKS — Item #731
BKS — Item #1277

Going Public with Your Faith: Becoming a Spiritual Influence at Work

Peel, William Carr & Larimore, Walt

BKS — Item #822

The Golden Cow: Materialism in the Twentieth-Century Church

White, John

BKS — Item #703

Good Better Best: Classic Treatment of a Christians Duty to the Poor

Alexander, James W.

How are God's people to minister to the poor and needy all around us, and throughout the world? This is a burning question but not a new one. This volume addresses the very best way to minister to those in need as James W. Alexander uses a simple story about how a brother and sister learned from their godly and wise uncle how to transform a community for Christ. Follow Herbert and Edith, recent orphans and new converts, as they come to understand the three ways to make a happy world. Step by step they come to understand that there is a way that is good, another way that is better, and a third way that is best.
BKS, Paperback book, 215 pages — Item #1922

The Good Samaritan

Bishop, Roma

BKS — Item #613

Good and Angry: Exchanging Frustration for Character in You and Your Kids!

Turansky, Scott

BKS, Edition: 1, Paperback, 256 pages — Item #1706

The Gospel & Personal Evangelism

Dever, Mark

BKS, 124 P. — Item #1223

The Gospel According to Jesus: What Does Jesus Mean When He Says, "Follow Me"?

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #704
BKS — Item #1166

The Gospel and Personal Evangelism

Dever, Mark

Evangelism is not only misunderstood, it is often unpracticed. Many Christians want to share the gospel with others, but because those Christians don't grasp the fundamentals of witnessing, they feel intimidated and incapable of sharing the truth of the gospel.

Yet those believers fail to recognize that God has already established who and how we are to evangelize. In The Gospel and Personal Evangelism, Dr. Mark Dever seeks to answer the four basic questions about evangelism that many Christians ask: Who should we evangelize? How should we evangelize? What is evangelism? Why should we evangelize? In his answers Dever draws on New Testament truths and helps believers apply those truths in practical ways. As readers understand the fundamentals of evangelism, they will begin to develop a culture of evangelism in their lives and their local churches.
BKS, Paperback, 123 pages — Item #1972

Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners

Bunyan, John

BKS, 128 p. — Item #1280

The Grace Awakening

Swindoll, Charles R.

BKS, 286 p. — Item #1357

Grace Grows Best in Winter

Clarkson, Mrs. Margaret

BKS — Item #1104

The Grace of God in the Gospel

Cheeseman, John

BKS, 141 p. — Item #1257

A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew: 2 Volume Set. Vol. 1, Part 1. Orthography And Phonetics; Part 2. Morphology. Vol. 2, Part 3 Syntax

Jouon, Paul

BKS — Item #931
BKS — Item #1192

Grand Canyon: A Different View

Vail, Tom

Whether gaping at the huge chasm in the earth from the rim, or navigating the waters of the Colorado River below, visitors to the Grand Canyon see a perspective that words can't describe. In fact, perspective is the backdrop for this wonderful story from nature. Visit this marvelous site yourself, through the pages of photographs and essays in this book, and think about your own perspective. It's a trip you'll be glad you took.
BKS — Item #2163

The Great Dinosaur Mystery and the Bible

Taylor, Paul

BKS — Item #614

The Great Doctrines of the Bible

Evans, William

BKS — Item #981

The Greek New Testament

Aland, Black, Metzger & Wikgren

BKS — Item #982

A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament being Grimm's Wilke's Clavis Novi Testamenti


BKS — Item #933

Green Eye of the Storm

Rendle-Short, John

BKS, Edition: 1st.ed., Paperback, 312 pages — Item #1478

Green Leaf in Drought

Kuhn, Isobel

BKS — Item #898

A Grief Observed

Lewis, C.S.

Written after his wife's tragic death as a way of surviving the "mad midnight moment," A Grief Observed is C.S. Lewis's honest reflection on the fundamental issues of life, death, and faith in the midst of loss. This work contains his concise, genuine reflections on that period: "Nothing will shake a man -- or at any rate a man like me -- out of his merely verbal thinking and his merely notional beliefs. He has to be knocked silly before he comes to his senses. Only torture will bring out the truth. Only under torture does he discover it himself." This is a beautiful and unflinchingly honest record of how even a stalwart believer can lose all sense of meaning in the universe, and how he can gradually regain his bearings.
BKS, Paperback, 76 pages — Item #1990

Grow in Grace

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

BKS, Paperback, 160 pages — Item #1668

Grow in Wisdom

Harding, Susan

BKS, Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 24 pages — Item #1828

Guide to Dinosaurs

Institute for Creation Research

Dinosaurs were amazing creatures. We're learning more about them all the time, but there are still many questions. How did they fit with the Bible? Are they really millions of years old? Did they live at the same time as humans? Were dinosaurs in the Ark? If so, why are they extinct today? Examine the evidence and discover that the Bible tells the real dinosaur story.
BKS, Hardback, 177 Pages — Item #2138

HEROES OF THE EARLY CHURCH: Life-Changing Lessons for the Young

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #556

Habakkuk, Zephaniah & Haggai (Geneva Series of Commentaries)

Calvin, John

BKS, Library Binding, 416 pages — Item #1514

Habakkuk: A Wrestler with God

Chantry, Walter

Like many other characters in Scripture, the prophet Habakkuk word for 'embrace' and conveys the idea of a wrestler in an embrace with his opponent. As Walter Chantry shows in this absorbing book, Habakkuk lived out his name by wrestling with God in prayer in the midst of a national and international situation resembling our own in many respects. As we read his prophecy, we hear Habakkuk pray, then listen as the Almighty responds. The divine response at first seems overwhelming. Yet at its centre is a glorious revelation of the very heart of the gospel. In this brief exposition, previously published in the Banner of Truth magazine, Chantry draws out themes that are timely, challenging, but ultimately full of comfort.
BKS — Item #2028

The Hand of God: The Comfort of Having a Sovereign God

Leahy, Frederick S.

BKS, Paperback, 207 pages — Item #1596

Handbook of Denominations in the United States, 12th Edition

Atwood, Craig D

BKS, Edition: 12, Hardcover, 400 pages — Item #1793

The Handwriting On The Wall: Secrets From The Prophecies Of Daniel

Jeremiah, Dr. David

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 256 pages — Item #1511

Hannah More : The Woman Who Wouldn't Stop Writing

Allen, Sarah

Well educated and with a gift for writing, Hannah More was set to become one of the leading lights in the literary and artistic circles of the 1700s. Gradually, however, she realised that only Jesus Christ could bring her fulfilment. Hannah More is best known today for her penmanship but also for her defence of women's rights and her anti-slavery stance. Her life of would-be-fame was changed to a life of faith.
BKS, Paperback, 128 pages — Item #2092

Hannah: The Mother Who Prayed

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #555

Has the Church Misread the Bible? The History of Interpretation in the Light of Current Issues

Silva, Moises

BKS — Item #1025

He Gave Us Stories: The Bible Student's Guide to Interpreting Old Testament Narratives

Pratt, Richard L., Jr.

BKS — Item #950

He Is There and He Is Not Silent

Schaeffer, Francis A.

BKS — Item #732

Headship in marriage in the light of creation and the fall

Dunn, Alan J

BKS, Unknown Binding, 67 pages — Item #1707

Heart for God

Ferguson, Sinclair

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #1669

A Heart for God: If He Can Be Known, How Can We Discover Him

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

BKS, Paperback — Item #1659


Alcorn, Randy

BKS, Edition: Hardcover, Hardcover, 560 pages — Item #1636

Heaven Opened 1838

Alleine, Richard and Joseph

BKS — Item #667

Heaven for Kids

Alcorn, Randy

BKS — Item #852

Heaven on Earth (Puritan Paperbacks)

Brooks, Thomas

BKS, Paperback, 320 pages — Item #1665

Heaven: Your Real Home

Tada, Joni Eareckson

BKS — Item #853

The Heavenly Footman: A Puritan's View of how to get to Heaven

Bunyan, John

BKS, Paperback, 64 pages — Item #1638

Heavenly Springs

Andrew, Bonar H.

BKS — Item #472


Jones, Hywel R.

BKS — Item #760

Hedges: Loving Your Marriage Enough to Protect It

Jenkins, Jerry B.

BKS — Item #872

Her Hand in Marriage: Biblical Courtship in the Modern World

Wilson, Douglas

BKS — Item #873

Her Name is Woman

Karssen, Gien

BKS — Item #1116

Heresies: The Image of Christ in the Mirror of Heresy and Orthodoxy from the Apostles to the Present

Brown, Harold O. J.

BKS — Item #858

Heroes of the Reformation

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #557

Hide It in Your Heart: Creative Ways for Families to Explore God's Word

Gaither, Gloria

BKS — Item #841

The Hiding Place

Boom, Corrie Ten

BKS — Item #497

Hinds' Feet on High Places

Hurnard, Hannah

BKS, Edition: Living Books ed, Paperback, 320 pages — Item #1806

The History of the Church: From Christ to Constantine (Penguin Classics)


BKS, Edition: Revised, Paperback, 480 pages — Item #1789

History's Most Spectacular Sin

Piper, John

BKS — Item #1026

The Holiness of God

Sproul, R. C.

BKS — Item #1049
BKS — Item #1167
BKS — Item #1168
BKS — Item #1169
BKS — Item #1249

Holiness: Its Nature, Hindrances, Difficulties, and Roots

Ryle, J. C

BKS — Item #733
BKS — Item #1136
BKS — Item #1137

The Holy Bible NKJV-Containing Old & New Testaments-Words of Jesus in Red

BKS — Item #1474

Holy Spirit

Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #1027

The Holy Spirit (Contours of Christian Theology)

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

BKS, Paperback, 288 pages — Item #1588

The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, History, Theology And Worship

Letham, Robert

BKS — Item #1050

The Holy War

Bunyan, John

BKS, 291 — Item #1355

Holy War in Modern English

Bunyan, John

BKS — Item #845

The Holy War with explanatory notes by William Mason

Bunyan, John

BKS — Item #849

Home School Burnout

Moore, Raymond S.

BKS — Item #809

Homeschooling but Still Married (How to be a great wife... even though you homeschool)

Wilson, Todd

BKS — Item #1803

Honey for a Child's Heart

Hunt, Gladys M.

BKS, Edition: 3rd, Paperback, 224 pages — Item #1705

Hot Tub Religion: Christian Living in a Materialistic World

Packer, J. I.

BKS, Mass Market Paperback, 246 pages — Item #1686

How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind: Rediscovering the African Seedbed of Western Christianity

Oden, Thomas C.

BKS — Item #1028

How Can I Be Sure I'm a Christian?: What the Bible Says About Assurance of Salvation (LifeChange)

Whitney, Donald S

BKS, Paperback, 153 pages — Item #1612

How God Stopped the Pirates: and Other Devotional Stories

Beeke, Joel R.

As the pirates near the helpless ship they raise their grappling irons and prime their cannons for battle. The captain stands ready to defend his vessel and the lives of the people on board. The missionaries go to their cabins to pray. Can anyone stop these pirates? God can. There are lots of stories in this book. Read about the pirates, a burglar and a Russian servant girl as well as many other stories about the amazing things that missionaries get up to as well as how God can change lives.
BKS, Paperback, 176 pages — Item #1945

How God Used a Dog to Save a Family: and Other Devotional Stories

Beeke, Joel R.

Emma and Alex have had nothing to eat all day and there is no food in the kitchen or the store cupboard. Their mother has no money to buy food and all that she can do is pray that somehow, someone will send them something to eat. But in the morning something is scratching at the door and the children go out to investigate. Find out who or what it is and discover how God has answered the families' prayers. Read other stories too about flying bread, Martha's Raven and the Stolen Sleigh. You will find out about how God cares for us and about how Children can believe in him.
BKS, Paperback, 176 pages — Item #1946

How God Used a Drought and an Umbrella: and Other Devotional Stories

Beeke, Joel R.

It was the longest drought that anyone in the county had ever seen. Everyone was praying for rain. The fields were dry, the animals were thirsty and everyone was really hot. But only one little girl really believed that God would answer and she taught her minister a lesson. Find out how she did this by reading the rest of the story and others in this book. Read about the drought, the poor man who was made rich and the shepherd boy who lost his sheep. You will also read about people and lots of children who faithfully stood up for Jesus.
BKS, Paperback, 162 pages — Item #1943

How God Used a Snowdrift : and Other Devotional Stories

Beeke, Joel R.

A hostile army is rapidly approaching the little Baltic village. Karl and his mother are in fear of their lives. Karl barricades the door to the cottage but his mother reads the Bible. In the end God uses a snowdrift to protect them from the enemy. So how does He do that?Find out by reading the rest of the story and there are lots of other stories in this book too. Read about the snowdrift, a little slave girl and a fierce Lion. You will also read many other dramatic rescue stories as well as about how to honour God.
BKS, Paperback, 169 pages — Item #1942

How God Used a Thunderstorm: and Other Devotional Stories

Beeke, Joel R.

The mountains are dark and looming as the lightening splits across the sky. The forest offers shelter and in the distance the traveller spots a lamp. Rushing towards the door he doesn't realise that someone has planned this journey - there is a woman in the house who needs to hear about her loving Savior, Jesus Christ. God has sent the traveller to tell her about himself. There are lots of stories in this book. Read about the thunderstorm, some hidden treasure and a Bible in a suitcase as well as many other stories about how we should live for God and read his word.
BKS, Paperback, 176 pages — Item #1944

How Now Shall We Live?

Colson, Charles

BKS, 576 p. — Item #1226

How Sweet the Sound: The Absorbing story of John Newton & William Cowper

Davidson, Noel

BKS — Item #1344

How shall I go to God?

Bonar, Horatius

BKS — Item #669

How should a Christian feel about Superstar?

Chantry, Walter J

BKS — Item #1077

How to Be a Bible Beauty

Mackenzie, Catherine

Some people want to look beautiful, wearing the best clothes, with gorgeous hair, and pretty jewelry. But is that what beauty is all about Anna was devoted to God and longed to meet the promised Messiah. Leah realised that skin beauty was not as important as trusting in God for your salvation and Dorcas showed her true beauty by showing God's love to others. All these stories and others like them are in the Bible. These Bible beauties can teach us how to be women of God, people with an eternal beauty that is more than skin deep!
BKS, Paperback, 208 pages — Item #2089

How to Exasperate Your Wife

Wilson, Douglas

"Marriage is not a vending machine, and love is not two quarters to put into it. It's a manner of life, not an exchange of commodities. So what does it look like when a man loves a woman?"

Douglas Wilson answers that question in How to Exasperate Your Wife and Other Short Essays for Men, and his responses are as wide-ranging and humorous as they are incisive and down to earth. Douglas explains why men's distorted view of wisdom handicaps their understanding of their wives, and he exposes rigid (and wrong) approaches to marriage and relationships. He gives practical advice for identifying unhappy households ("Mom is ignored") and replacing abdicating dads with true leaders ("Measure strength not in decibels but performance"), all combined with hot tips on exasperating your wife (you may start with leopard underwear).

Both realistic and insightful, How to Exasperate Your Wife and Other Short Essays for Men points husbands (and wives) towards a passionate married love that is particular, sacrificial, and sacramental.
BKS, Paperback, 95 pages — Item #1982

How to Find God in the Bible: A Personal Plan for the Encounter of Your Life

Kroll, Woodrow

If you want to know God's heart, the best way is to read His Word. Back to the Bible president Woodrow Kroll takes the intimidation out of reading the Bible. Designed to help ordinary people connect with God through His Word, this book explores tangible ways to prepare yourself, define your expectations, and profit from the experience. The author also shares personal discoveries that have revolutionized his understanding of Scripture. You'll find simple keys to understanding the Bible and solid insights on making the intimate connection with God happen.
BKS, Book, 202 Pages — Item #1930

How to Have a Quiet Time

Myers, Warren & Ruth

BKS, booklet — Item #1316

How to Live in a Dangerous World: Biblical Pictures of Modern Perils

Ellsworth, Roger

Roger Ellsworth identifies many of the major beliefs and values of our day, finds Bible characters who shared the same perspectives and discovers where those beliefs and values led them.

The author wants to know what we may learn from those who have gone before us amd how we may avoid falling into the same pitfalls as they did. The result is a fresh understanding of the grace of God which enabled others to overcome the very real dangers they faced and which is still more than sufficient for everyone of us living in our dangerous world.
BKS — Item #2026

How to Prepare for Communion

Henry, Matthew

BKS, Hardcover, 128 pages — Item #1670

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth

Fee, Gordon D.

BKS — Item #670

Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China

Benge, Geoff

BKS — Item #559

Hymns for Children

Watts, Isaac

BKS, 53 p. — Item #1230

Hymns for a Kid's Heart, Vol. 1

Wolgemuth, Bobbie

BKS, Hardcover, 96 pages — Item #1833

Hymns for a Kid's Heart, Vol. 2

Wolgemuth, Bobbie

BKS, Hardcover, 96 pages — Item #1834

I Have a Soul

BKS — Item #560

I Kissed Dating Goodbye

Harris, Joshua

BKS, 235 p. — Item #1359

I Shall Not Want

Ketcham, Robert

BKS — Item #1332

I Wish Someone Would Explain Hebrews To Me!

Olyott, Stuart

BKS, Paperback, 198 pages — Item #1553

Ida Scudder: Healing Bodies, Touching Hearts

Benge, Janet & Geoff

Ida stamped her foot. Her friends were wrong. "I will not be a missionary to India like my parents!" she retorted. "Don't any of you say I will be, because I won't - never, ever, ever." Ida had never forgotten the faces of starving Indian children. She hated India - it was full of horrible situations she could do nothing about.

Ida Scudder was sure she would never follow in the footsteps of her medical missionary father. But when she witnessed Indian women dying because their religious beliefs didn't allow male doctors to treat them, Ida heard herself pray, "God, if You want me to, I will spend the rest of my life in India trying to help these women."

Serving for nearly sixty years, Dr. Ida Scudder lived out the truth and compassion found in Christ. She pioneered a first-rate medical school and hospital, brought life-saving health care to rural people, and left an inspiring legacy that still touches millions of people each year with healing and hope. (1870-1960)
BKS, 190 pages — Item #2104

If I Were God, I'd End All the Pain: Struggling with Evil, Suffering and Faith

Dickson, John

BKS — Item #1106

If Only He Knew: Understanding Your Wife

Smalley, Gary

If Only He Knew by bestselling author Gary Smalley has long been esteemed as one of the premier books on marriage for men. Smalley helps men understand their wives and meet their needs in order to establish a loving, thriving relationship that will last a lifetime. Newly revised and expanded to reflect up-to-date research and the current cultural landscape for todayÂ’s modern audience, this book is the perfect guide for husbands who want to love their wives and strengthen their marriages in a way like never before. Using humorous and touching illustrations from his own life, as well as case histories and biblical examples, Gary Smalley maps a blueprint to a better marriage that will have a deep and lasting impact on men and their wives.
BKS — Item #2010

If You Bite and Devour One Another : Biblical Principles for Handling Conflict

Strauch, Alexander

Conflict in churches is a pervasive problem we know all too well. If You Bite & Devour One Another examines all the biblical passages on conflict and outlining key scriptural principles for handling various kinds of conflicts among Christians-whether personal disputes, issues of Christian liberty in lifestyles, congregational matters, or disagreements about important doctrines. The book emphasizes Spirit-controlled attitudes and behaviors through solid Bible exposition and true-to-life stories of Christians handling real-life conflicts in a Christ-honoring way.
BKS, Paperback book, 192 pages — Item #1913

If You Could Ask God One Question

Williams, Paul & Cooper, Barry

BKS, 127 p. — Item #1349

Illustrated Dictionary and Concordance of the Bible

Wigoder, Geoffrey

BKS — Item #951

Image of Excellence: Wisdom and Inspiration for Today's Businesswoman

Books, Honor

BKS — Item #800


Boettner, Loraine

BKS, Paperback — Item #1632

The Importance of the Local Church

Wray, Daniel E.

BKS — Item #706
BKS — Item #1170

The Imputation of Adam's Sin

Murray, John

BKS — Item #831

In Defense of the Decalogue: A Critique of New Covenant Theology

Barcellos, Richard C.

BKS — Item #1029

In His Steps

Sheldon, Charles M.

BKS, Paperback, 256 pages — Item #1809

In My Father's House: The Years Before "The Hiding Place"

Boom, Corrie Ten

BKS — Item #473

In the Arena

Kuhn, Isobel

BKS — Item #899

In the Beginning

Young, E. J.

BKS — Item #953

In the Presence of My Enemies

Burnham, Gracia

BKS — Item #474
BKS — Item #1138
BKS — Item #1139

In the Steps of the Apostle Paul

Bruce, F. F.

BKS, Hardcover, 64 pages — Item #1827

The Inner Sanctuary: an exposition of John 13-17

Ross, Charles

BKS, 247 p. — Item #1367

Inner-Faith Movement: The New Age Enters the Church

Pollitt, Herbert J.

BKS — Item #1030

Inside Noah's Ark 4 Kids

Dudley, Becki

A delightfully-unique presentation of Noah's Ark!

Based on the exhibits at the Ark Encounter in Kentucky, this fascinating little book presents big answers for little kids about how the Ark was designed, what the animals may have looked like, and how they were cared for. Along with its fun and engaging rhyme, the colorful and detailed illustrations give a window into Noah's amazing journey!

* Discover what a day might have been like on Noah's Ark
* Imaginative examples of "technology" from Noah's time
* Unique illustrations specially created for this project
BKS — Item #2162

Inside Noah's Ark: Why it Worked

Welch, Laura

As people began to see the Bible as less historical and more metaphorical, there began to be questions about the feasibility of Noah�s Ark and whether the Great Flood could have even occurred.
The Ark Encounter represents more that just a giant wooden ship - it reveals important details about the viability of the Ark to function in and survive the forces of a global flood. Learn how ancient knowledge of bamboo pipes, cisterns, cage design, animal-powered machines, food storage, lighting, ventilation, and water systems reveal the ship was not just seaworthy, but also an actual working vessel. In this book you will learn:

How critical issues of fresh water and waste removal might have been solved, labor-saving minimal designs to aid in the care of the animal kinds, and historical efforts to determine feasible details of the Ark and its journey.

What details are actually revealed in the Bible concerning Noah�s Ark? What do we know of the pre-Flood world? Did the skills exist during Noah�s time for a boat like the Ark to be built? Discover the answers to these and many other questions about one of the most amazing accounts in history, and realize God�s Word regarding the history of God's world is true!
BKS, Hardback, 64 pages — Item #2139

The Institutes of Biblical Law

Rushdoony, Rousas John

BKS — Item #983

Institutes of the Christian Religion (Two Volumes in One)

Calvin, John

BKS, Paperback, 1310 pages — Item #1575

Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands: People in Need of Change Helping People in Need of Change (Resources for Changing Lives)

Tripp, Paul David

BKS, Paperback, 360 pages — Item #1696

Inter-Faith Movement: The New Age Enters the Church

Pollitt, Herbert J.

BKS, Paperback, 224 pages — Item #1673

Interlinear NASB-NIV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English, The

Marshall, Alfred

BKS, Hardcover, 784 pages — Item #1479

Intimate Issues: 21 Questions Christian Women Ask About Sex

Dillow, Linda

BKS — Item #874

Into the Den of Infidels

Copeland, Lynn (Editor)

BKS — Item #900

Into the Glory

Buckingham, Jamie

BKS — Item #901

Introducing the New Testament: A Short Guide to Its History and Message

Carson, D. A.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 176 pages — Item #1518

Introduction to Biblical Counseling

MacArthur, John F., Jr.

BKS, Hardcover, 432 pages — Item #1695

Introduction to Science of Missions

Bavinck, John M.

BKS — Item #902

An Introduction to Systematic Theology

Van Til, Cornelius

BKS, Paperback — Item #1572

Introduction to the Old Testament Historical Books

Howard, David

BKS — Item #761

Introduction to the Old Testament with a comprehensive review of Old Testament studies and a special supplement on the Apocrypha

Harrison, R K

BKS — Item #762

Introductory Essay to John Owen's the Death of Death in the Death of Christ

Packer, J. I.

BKS — Item #1616

Iran: Desperate for God

Nettleton, Todd

An oppressive Islamic state drives its people into the arms of God! Despite the tremendous oppression in Iran, an intense spiritual hunger is breaking out across the country. The salvation of Jesus Christ is sweeping through one of the most oppressive terrorist nations on earth. How can it be? Read seven testimonies of Muslims who found true freedom.
BKS, Book, 158 Pages — Item #1936

Is There an Answer

Ellsworth, Roger

BKS, Edition: Bklt, Hardcover, 32 pages — Item #1563

Is Your Religion Real?

Ryle, J. C

BKS — Item #734

Isobel Kuhn: The Canadian Girl Who Felt God's Call to the Lisu People of China

Dick, Lois Hoadley

BKS — Item #475

It Couldn't Just Happen: Fascinating Facts About God's World

Richards, Lawrence

* Did Earth begin with a "Big Bang" cosmic explosion?
* Does science contradict the Bible?
* What happened to dinosaurs?
* Is there life on other planets?
* Did we evolve from apes?
* What makes my body work on its own?

Kids are daily exposed to the theory of evolution by the media and public schools. It's not safe to assume that your kids will reject that theory. It's up to us as parents and Christian leaders to make sure our children know the truth about the creation of the world. With thousands of evidences to prove He created and sustains the universe, It Couldn't Just Happen will fascinate kids with fun activities and examples of God's marvelous works.
BKS, 192 pages — Item #2164

J. Gresham Machen: A Biographical Memoir

Stonehouse, Ned B.

BKS — Item #476


Edwards, Jonathan

BKS, Paperback — Item #1757

The Jerusalem Sinner Saved (Puritan Paperbacks)

Bunyan, John

BKS, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #1620

Jesus Among Other Gods

Zacharias, Ravi

In a world with so many religions, why Jesus?
We are living in a time when you can believe anything, as long as you do not�claim it to be true. In the name of �tolerance,� our postmodern culture�embraces everything from Eastern mysticism to New Age spirituality. But as Ravi�Zacharias points out, such unquestioning acceptance of all things spiritual is�absurd. All religions, plainly and simply, cannot be true.
Jesus Among Other Gods provides the answers to the most fundamental claims about�Christianity, such as:
Aren�t all religions fundamentally the same?
Was Jesus who He claimed to be?
Can one study the life of Christ and demonstrate conclusively that He was�and is the way, the truth, and the life?
In each chapter, Zacharias considers a unique claim that Jesus made and then contrasts�the truth of Jesus with the founders of Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism with�compelling insight and passionate conviction. In addition to an impressive breadth�of reading and study, he shares his personal journey from despair and meaninglessness�to his discovery that Jesus is who He said He is.
�In Jesus Among Other Gods, Ravi Zacharias demonstrates that he is one of the most intellectually gifted�as well as spiritually sensitive writers of today�s leading apologists for the Christian faith. Zacharias�brings alive the unique power of the claims of Jesus about himself and the utter relevance of his message�today for the human condition.�
BKS, Paperback, 195 pages — Item #2146

Jesus Helps his People

MacKenzie, Catherine

BKS — Item #561
BKS — Item #1140

Jesus Himself: the Story of the Resurrection

Loane, Marcus L.

BKS — Item #1031

Jesus Is Alive: The Amazing Story (Biblewise)

Mackenzie, Carine

BKS, Paperback, 32 pages — Item #1830

Jesus Rescues His People

MacKenzie, Catherine

BKS — Item #562

Jesus Rose From the Dead - the Evidence

Mackenzie, Catherine

People often question things today. Sometimes it's right to have doubts - but sometimes it's wrong. You certainly shouldn't believe everything you read in the newspapers. Sometimes a T.V. programme isn't accurate because they only give one side of the story. Adverts make ridiculous claims about the products they are selling for example, 'You will smell like a fresh meadow every day when you use Hazy Daisy laundry detergent.'If you were to go out into the street with a questionnaire to find out what people thought about truth you would get a variety of answers. Some people think that the truth doesn't really matter. They think it's all right for one person to believe one thing and another person to believe something entirely different.But the meaning of the word truth is important. Truth is the opposite to lies. Sadly many people today instead of believing the truth about Jesus Christ, actually believe the lies that are told about him.So what do you believe about Jesus Christ? Do you believe he rose from the dead? This book will help you find out the truth - and how this truth is not only amazing - it also makes sense!
BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #2090

Jesus Saves his People

MacKenzie, Catherine

BKS — Item #563

Jesus Teaches Us How To Be Good

Sinclair, Ferguson

BKS — Item #564

Jesus Teaches Us How To Be Happy

Sinclair, Ferguson

BKS — Item #565

Jesus Teaches Us How To Pray

Sinclair, Ferguson

BKS — Item #566

Jesus The Healer

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #567

Jesus The Storyteller (Bible Alive)

Mackenzie, Carine

BKS, Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 24 pages — Item #1831

Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity Is Transforming China And Changing the Global Balance of Power

Aikman, David

Is China America's Next Great Ally?
An unreported tectonic shift is happening in global politics--and it's driven by religion.

Within the next thirty years, one-third of China's population could be Christian, making China one of the largest Christian nations in the world. These Christians could also be China's leaders, guiding the largest economy in the world.

What is happening in China is what happened to the Roman Empire nearly two millennia ago--a great power transforming itself. The results could be astonishing.

Veteran reporter David Aikman, former Beijing bureau chief for Time magazine, takes you inside this revolution to reveal some shocking facts. In Jesus in Beijing, you'll learn:

*Why China might be America's next ally against radical Islam
*Why the Chinese believe that Christianity is crucial to the rise of the West--and of China
*Why fierce anti-Christian persecution and covert government encouragement exist side by side in China
*Why Chinese Christians see themselves as allies of the United States--and of Israel
*How the Christian underground has spread--and won over key members of the Chinese Communist Party
*The impact of a Christianizing China on global Christendom at large

In Jesus in Beijing, David Aikman recounts the fascinating story of how Christianity began in China (even predating Francis Xavier and the Jesuits), and the bloody anti-Christian persecutions (especially under the Communists), the revival of an underground Christian movement led by brave men and women risking death, and the flowering of Christianity today--though still under persecution.
BKS, Hardback, 418 pages — Item #2051

Jesus: The Promised Child

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #568
BKS — Item #1401

Jim Elliot: One Great Purpose

Benge, Janet

BKS — Item #569

John (LifeChange)

Navigators, The

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 215 pages — Item #1528

John Newton

Murray, Iain H.

BKS — Item #1817

John Newton - A Slave Set Free

Howat, Irene

John stood and watched as some of the largest waves he had ever seen threw themselves at the ship. Very little stood between the young slave ship captain and death - and he knew it. His panic and fear made him think only of himself and nothing for the hundreds of men, women and children chained in the hold below. However, God still heard his prayers and the cries of the tortured humanity pleading for mercy and justice. The very man selling them into slavery would soon fight for their freedom. John Newton was one of the worst abusers of the African slave as he travelled the oceans to make money from their misery - but in the end his life was changed and so was theirs. Book jacket.
BKS, Paperback, 137 pages — Item #2091

John Owen on the Christian Life

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

BKS — Item #671

John Ploughman's Talks


BKS, 151 p. — Item #1231

John The Baptist

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #570

John and Betty Stam

White, Kathleen

BKS — Item #477


Robertson, O. Palmer

BKS — Item #763

Jonah: A Study in Compassion

Robertson, O. Palmer

The Old Testament story catches the imagination and tells of a prophet who disobeys God and of a great fish which can swallow a man; it describes a city-wide revolt in a pagan country and a wonderfully-sighted prophet sulking in the sunshine. What does it mean? In Jonah- A Study in Compassion, Dr. O. Palmer Robertson's masterly knowledge of the Hebrew language, his vivid sense of the grace of God and the twisted state of man's heart, his ability to retell historical events and see their significance all combine to explain what the message of the book of Jonah really is, and -since there is a sting in the tail- what it means for us today.
BKS, Paperback, 64 pages — Item #2064

Jonathan Edwards: A New Biography--in Spanish

Murray, Iain H.

BKS, Hardcover, 503 pages — Item #1813

Jonathan Edwards: The Holy Spirit in Revival (Emmaus)

Haykin, Michael A. G.

BKS, Paperback, 227 pages — Item #1758

Jonathan Goforth: An Open Door in China

Benge, Geoff

BKS — Item #571

Jonathan Park Volume 10: The Journey Home

Creation Works

While traveling around the world and sharing the message of Creation The Creation Response Team encounters a series of setbacks that convince them that it's time to return to Brenan Ranch. But once home, they discover a sinister plot to destroy everything they've worked so hard to create! Join the CRT as they find themselves in a seemingly never-ending series of catastrophes that threaten to close Hidden Cave, Brenan Bluffs Dinosaur Graveyard, and the Museum forever.
BKS, Audio CD — Item #1960

Jonathan: The Faithful Friend

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #572


Eareckson, Joni & Joe Musser

BKS, 178 p. — Item #1260

Joseph's Coat

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #574
BKS — Item #1254

Joseph: God's Dreamer

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #573

Joseph: His Arms Were Made Strong

Searle, David C.

The story of Joseph as recorded in the book of Genesis is a vital part of salvation history. Through this one man God kept alive the family from which Jesus Christ the Saviour of the world would be born. It is a glorious story and the one that David Searle tells in his new book.

In doing so the author follows the Apostle Paul who, when writing in the context of our vulnerability to temptation and referring to God’s people in the OT, said ‘These things happened to them as examples and were written down as warnings to us’ (I Cor. 10:11). ‘Everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope’ (Rom. 15:4).

Joseph, His Arms Were Made Strong takes up and illustrates many truths vital for Christian living. It is not only a a good read but will be spiritually beneficial to both young and old. It is relevant to contemporary trends and opinions both in society and the church. It draws upon long pastoral experience and is full of the down-to-earth examples. What is unusual but refreshing about the book is the authorÂ’s directness in addressing the reader and his asking some personal questions. This underlines the helpfulness of the lessons drawn from JosephÂ’s life and makes the reading a stimulus and guide to spiritual growth and personal holiness.
BKS, Book, 266 Pages — Item #1929

Joshua The Brave Leader

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #575

The Journals of Jim Elliot

Elliot, Elisabeth

Jim Elliot was part of a team of young missionaries murdered in Ecuador in 1956 by the Auca Indians to whom they were witnessing. At the age of 29, he left behind a young widow, a baby daughter, and volumes of personal journals written over many years. In 1978, Revell published the complete and unabridged journals, edited by his widow, Elisabeth, and the journals have stayed in print ever since. And it's no wonder Jim Elliot was an intelligent thinker and strong writer in these personal, yet universal, musings about faith, work, and love. The Journals of Jim Elliot is a wonderful account of the life of a man who yearns to know God's plan for his life, details his fascinating missions work, and loves Elisabeth first as a single man, then as a happily married one. The Journals of Jim Elliot will intrigue fans of Jim and Elisabeth Elliot, readers interested in missions, and young people struggling to find God's plan for their lives.
BKS, Paperback book, 477 pages — Item #1906

Journey With David Brainerd

Hasler, Richard A.

David Brainerd was a protegé of Jonathan Edwards. He was a Puritan missionary to the Indians in New England until his early death at the age of 29. Jonathan Edwards said that Brainerd’s example of personal piety was "most worthy of imitation." The martyred missionary of the last century, Jim Elliot, often read Brainerd for encouragement and inspiration.

Here are 40 devotions taken from the journals of David Brainerd, along with prayers corresponding to each one. InterVarsity Press originally published this book in 1975, and we are proud to make it available again. Any person at any level of spiritual development can profit from these warm meditations.
BKS, Paperback, 120 pages — Item #2055

A Journey in Grace

Belcher, Richard P.

BKS, Edition: 1, Paperback, 154 pages — Item #1807

The Joy of Encouragement: Unlock the Power of Building Others Up

Jeremiah, Dr. David

BKS, Paperback, 208 pages — Item #1700

The Joyful Christian

Lewis, C.S.

C.S. Lewis, himself a convert, wrote of being "surprised by joy" when he discovered his belief in Jesus Christ. In these 127 devotional readings, selected from Lewis's many works on faith and spirituality, Christians everywhere can share in the joy of this master theologian as he discusses topics ranging from the nature of prayer and good works to psychoanalysis and fascism. In The Joyful Christian, Lewis offers inspiration for all those who hunger and thirst after joy.
BKS, Paperback, 239 pages — Item #1984

Juche: A Christian Study of North Korea's State Religion

Belke, Thomas J.

BKS — Item #859

Justification Vindicated (Puritan Paperbacks)

Traill, Robert

BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #1628

Kanousky & David Brainerd--The Indian's Missonary

Zenden, J. Van

BKS — Item #576

Keep a Quiet Heart - 1995 publication.

Elliot, Elisabeth

BKS — Item #673

Keeping the Heart

Flavel, John

BKS, 108 p. — Item #1314

The Kind Man

BKS — Item #615

King Has Come

Boice, James Montgomery

BKS, Paperback, 192 pages — Item #1601

King James II New Testament

Testament, King James II Version; Green, Jay P (ed) New

BKS — Item #954

The King James Only Controversy: Can You Trust the Modern Translations?

White, James R.

BKS — Item #984

King Of The Cannibals: The Story Of John G. Paton, Missionary To The Hebrides

Cromarty, Jim

BKS — Item #479

The King's Highway: The Ten Commandments Explained to the Young

Newton, Richard

BKS — Item #616

Kingdom prologue

Kline, Meredith G

BKS — Item #955

Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption

Davis, Katie J.

BKS, Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 304 pages — Item #1799

Know What You Believe

BKS — Item #440

Know Your God: Themes Concerning God and His Redemptive Work from the Books of Moses

Roberts, Linleigh J.

Nothing better explains the world in which we live than the fact that modern society is almost totally bereft of the knowledge of God. To make matters worse, the church itself is losing touch with the revelation of God in Holy Scripture. The church does not know her God and many characteristics of modern evangelical life are directly attributable to that ignorance. Nothing is so calculated to enfeeble the church as a diminished or faulty conception of God himself.
BKS — Item #2033

Know the Truth: A Handbook of Christian Belief

Milne, Bruce

BKS — Item #1032

Knowing God

Packer, J. I

BKS, Hardcover, 256 pages — Item #1585

Knowing God (Booklet)

Packer, JI

BKS, 21 p. — Item #1275

Knowing Scripture

Sproul, R. C.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 127 pages — Item #1485

Knowing the Times

Lloyd-Jones, D.M.

Martyn Lloyd-Jones' biblically informed insight gave a certain prophetic quality to his ministry; not in the sense that he foretold the future, but rather in his God-given ability to put his finger on the essential issues, and to apply the burden of God's Word...Knowing the Times brings together...a number of addresses which exhibit this vibrant prophetic character...Those who heard Dr. Lloyd-Jones speak in a variety of contexts will easily recall the kind of impact which accompanied addresses like these...All will agree that Knowing the Times is one of the most significant Lloyd-Jones titles ever published. The addresses reprinted here remain 'tracts for the times'. The publishers believe that they have the potential to be used in the preparation of another generation who will be like the children of Issachar referred to in 1 Chronicles 12:32: 'Men that had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do.'
BKS — Item #2029

The Knowledge of the Holy: The Attributes of God: Their Meaning in the Christian Life

Tozer, A. W.

BKS, Paperback, 128 pages — Item #1595


Schaeffer, Edith

BKS — Item #903

L.A. Justice

Vernon, Robert L.

BKS — Item #480

La Devocion a Dios En Accion: The Practice of Godliness

Bridges, Jerry

BKS — Item #674

La Redencion Consumada y Aplicada

Murray, John

BKS — Item #675

La Soberania de Dios

Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #676

Lady Jane Grey

Carr, Simonetta

Living only until her execution at age 17, and ruling England for less than two weeks, Lady Jane Grey is still remembered for her intelligence and steadfast defense of the gospel. Declared by the dying (Protestant) King Edward as his successor to the throne- -instead of his half-sister Mary, as his father's will decreed - -his quick decision caused confusion for Jane's succession, which was quickly overcome by Mary's gathering forces and Naval support.
This fascinating children's biography features full-page original illustrations, photographs of places she lived, and easy-to-understand text that conveys the gospel-values that Lady Jane held dear. The biography is based on documented facts and avoids the unsubstantiated myths that have woven themselves around Jane (such as the story of the cruel parents).
BKS, Hardback, 64 pages — Item #2084

The Last Battle

Lewis, CS

BKS — Item #1202

Last Days of Jesus

Moore, T. V.

BKS, Paperback, 212 pages — Item #1605

The Last Disciple

Hanegraaff, Hank

BKS — Item #850

The Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell

Helm, Paul

BKS, Paperback, 160 pages — Item #1633

The Law and the Gospel

Reisinger, Ernest C.

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 196 pages — Item #1650

Leading Little Ones to God: A Child's Book of Bible Teachings

Schoolland, Marian M.

BKS — Item #577

Learning in Christ's School (Puritan Paperbacks)

Venning, Ralph

BKS, Paperback, 297 pages — Item #1678

Learning to Be Happy

Burroughs, Jeremiah

BKS — Item #677

Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans

Ironside, H. A.

BKS — Item #764

Lectures to My Students

Spurgeon, C. H.

BKS — Item #1078
BKS — Item #1142

Lectures to Young People

Sprague, William B.

BKS — Item #1187

Let Me Be a Woman

Elliot, Elisabeth

BKS — Item #1117
BKS — Item #1143

Let the Nations Be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions

Piper, John

BKS — Item #904
BKS — Item #1144
BKS — Item #1145
BKS — Item #1146

Let's Study - Mark

Ferguson, Sinclair B.

When John Mark wrote out his good news about Jesus two thousand years ago, his Gospel was a completely new kind of book. No one had ever written one before. In fact no one would have known what a Gospel was...What made the Gospel of Mark unique was this: it was not written merely as the memoir of Jesus as a great man, not even as the greatest man who had ever lived. Rather it was meant to persuade its readers that Jesus was the Son of God...Who is Jesus of Nazareth? What is the good news (gospel) about him?...This book presents us with Mark's answer.
BKS, Paperback, 328 Pages — Item #2148

Let's Study 1 & 2 Thessalonians

Young, Andrew W.

BKS, Paperback, 194 pages — Item #1549

Let's Study 1 Timothy

Cook, W. John

BKS, Edition: The Let's Study Bible Study Series, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #1551

Let's Study 2 Corinthians

Prime, Derek

BKS, Paperback, 152 pages — Item #1545

Let's Study Acts

Johnson, Dennis

BKS, Paperback, 371 pages — Item #1530

Let's Study Hebrews

Jones, Hywel R.

BKS, 169 P. — Item #1252

Let's Study Luke

Milne, Douglas

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 414 pages — Item #1527

Let's Study: 2 Peter and Jude

Johnston, Mark

BKS, Paperback, 144 pages — Item #1557

Letters of A. W. Pink

Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #481

Letters on Christian Education


BKS, Paperback — Item #1657

Letters to a Mormon Elder

White, James R.

BKS — Item #1033

Leviticus (Geneva)

Bonar, Andrew

BKS, Hardcover, 524 pages — Item #1499

Lexical Aids for Students of New Testament Greek, 3rd Ed.

Metzger, Bruce M.

BKS — Item #956

The Liberating Gospel in China: The Christian Faith Among China's Minority Peoples

Covell, Ralph R.

BKS — Item #916
BKS — Item #1171

Lies Homeschooling Moms Believe

Wilson, Todd

BKS, Edition: First Edition, Paperback — Item #1804

Lies Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free

DeMoss, Nancy Leigh

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 288 pages — Item #1710

Life Change: Hebrews

BKS — Item #957

Life Management for Busy Women: Living Out God's Plan with Passion and Purpose

George, Elizabeth

BKS, Edition: 0, Paperback, 246 pages — Item #1715

Life Of Jesus

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #578

The Life Of Jesus / More than a Carpenter

McDowell, Josh

BKS — Item #442

Life and Letters of Henry Martyn

Sargent, John

BKS — Item #482

Life by His Death

Owen, J.

BKS, Edition: Abridged, Paperback, 87 pages — Item #1615

The Life of David Livingstone

Worcester, J. H.

BKS — Item #498

The Life of Elijah

Pink, A. W.

BKS — Item #774
BKS — Item #1172

The Life of God in the Soul of Man

Scougal, Henry

BKS — Item #739

The Life of Robert E. Lee for Young Gentlemen

Hamilton, J. G. deRoulhac

BKS — Item #617

Linguistic Key to the Greek New Testament

Rienecker, Fritz

BKS — Item #958

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Lewis, CS

BKS — Item #1200

The Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe

Lewis, CS

BKS — Item #1199
BKS — Item #1253

Little Hands Story Bible

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #579

The Little Woodchopper

BKS, 64 p. — Item #1247

Lives Turned Upside Down

Cook, Faith

BKS, 154 P. — Item #1368

Lives of the Three Mrs. Judsons

Stuart, Arabella W.

BKS — Item #1815

Living a Prayerful Life

Murray, Andrew

BKS, Paperback, 160 pages — Item #1752

Living the Christian Life

Martin, Albert N.

BKS, 31 p. — Item #1356

Living with the Living God

Owen, J.

BKS, Paperback, 96 pages — Item #1590

The Log College: Biographical Sketches of William Tennent and His Students

Alexander, Archibald

BKS — Item #1763

The London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 and Keach's Catechism

BKS — Item #985

Long Journey Home: A Guide to Your Search for the Meaning of Life

Guinness, Os

BKS — Item #678

The Lord of Glory

Warfield, Benjamin B.

BKS — Item #1051

The Lord our Shepherd

MacMillan, J. Douglas

BKS — Item #986
BKS — Item #1271

The Lord's Day

Pipa, Joseph A.

BKS — Item #1062

Lords of the Earth

Richardson, Don

BKS — Item #905

Loren Cunningham: Into All the World

Benge, Janet & Geoff

Without warning, a huge map of the world appeared in Loren's mind's eye. Loren blinked, but the map was still there. Soon it was covered with ocean waves beating on every shore. Then the waves turned into the faces of young people flowing over every nation. Was Loren being given a glimpse of the future? If so, what part was he going to play?

Ever since he was a young boy dreaming of writing "God Is Love" on the moon so that all the world's people could see it, Loren Cunningham has committed his life to reaching the whole world with the Good News of Jesus Christ, ministering in every nation on earth.

Through his unswerving belief that nothing is impossible for God, Loren's vision of waves of young people became the reality of Youth With A Mission, unleashing young Christians in missionary service when that was unheard of. Today, through the mission he began, multiplied thousands of believers -- young and old -- are working together to bring the gospel to the whole earth. (1935-)
BKS, 219 pages — Item #2103

Los Evangelios Explicados Lucas

Ryle, J. C

BKS — Item #765

Losing That Lovin' Feeling: Learning to Fall Out of Love

Priolo, Lou

This book will help those who have been let go by someone they loved, learn how to get over their heartaches and get on with serving God.
BKS — Item #2024

The Lost Coin

MacKenzie, Carine

BKS — Item #618

Lost in the Middle: Midlife and the Grace of God

Tripp, Paul David

The Bible never discusses midlife, just like it never discusses teenagers. Yet the Bible is able to address any of life's experiences because it was written by the One who made them all. Life on this side of glory is hard. This world is a broken place. You will face things in midlife that beat at the borders of your faith, but you do not have to be lost in the middle of your story.

Although this book is directed at those who are facing the issues of midlife, it has a much broader net than that. Lost in the Middle can help all who are confronted with life in this broken world and have lost their way. The God who seems so distant to you in this moment is actually near and active. Lost in the Middle is written to give you eyes to see him, to see yourself more clearly, and to find the real hope that you need to carry on.

You do not have to be paralyzed by regret, defeated by aging, and discouraged by the passing of your dreams. This time of life, which can seem like the end of many things, can actually welcome you to a brand new way of living. As is so often the case in your walk with the Lord, this moment of pain is also a moment of grace. Because of this, we all need to occasionally step back, slow down, and consider where we are going. Lost in the Middle will help you to do just that.
BKS — Item #2023

Love Life for Every Married Couple

Wheat, Ed

BKS — Item #875

Love Rules: The Ten Commandments for the 21st Century


BKS — Item #778

Love Your God with All Your Mind: The Role of Reason in the Life of the Soul

Moreland, J.P.

Author J. P. Moreland presents a logical case for the role of the mind in spiritual transformation, challenging us to develop a Christian mind and to use our intellect to further GodÂ’s kingdom through evangelism, apologetics, worship, and vocation. Love Your God with All Your Mind explores theology, doctrine, and spiritual growth.
BKS — Item #2016

The Love of Christ

M'Cheyne, R. Murray

BKS — Item #1089
BKS — Item #1261

The Love of God: He Will Do Whatever It Takes to Make Us Holy

MacArthur Jr., John F.

BKS — Item #708

Loving God

Colson, Charles

BKS — Item #735
BKS — Item #1147
BKS — Item #1148

Luke Comes Alive

Blanchard, John

BKS, Edition: 2nd, Paperback, 128 pages — Item #1525


Charles, Elizabeth Rundle

BKS, Paperback, 444 pages — Item #1816

Luther's Small Catechism

Luther, Dr. Martin

BKS, Edition: 1ST, Hardcover, 221 pages — Item #1643

The MacArthur Student Bible

MacArthur Jr., John F.

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