Quest For The True Cross is a fascinating and timely story, about a small walnut headboard, which it seems may well have been attached to the true cross immediately before the Crucifixion.
This 1935 British film version of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic stars Sir Seymour Hicks as the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, who scoffs at the yuletide spirit around him. But on Christmas Eve, he embarks on a journey led by three spirits who convince him to mend his ways and embrace the joys of Christmas.
There is evidence that the Shroud, venerated in France as early as 1350, is the Shroud we see today preserved in Turin, Italy. This program presents the places, the written evidence, the changes of ownership, the various expositions and the first 1898 photograph that changed everything — and brought the Holy Shroud into the realm of modern science and to worldwide attention for the very first time.
Through the centuries Christian philosophers have pondered the mysteries of the knowledge of God and the knowledge of self. John Calvin devoted an entire chapter to this in his Institutes of the Christian Religion so that, in knowing the character of God and the nature of man, believers might better comprehend the redeeming work of Jesus Christ.
Human trafficking and sexual abuse are real problems in all parts of the world, even our own neighborhoods. As Christians, we have a responsibility to help those who are in need. Hosted by Biblical Seminary and presented by professionals in the field, this DVD seminar addresses those pertinent issues.
This short video is intended to encourage parents who have already adopted children, to encourage those who are considering adoption and to speak to those people who are dealing with an unwanted pregnancy, so that they might consider the loving option of adoption.
Here are three powerfully dramatized short stories that are great for small groups, discussion starters, sermon illustrations and personal reflection.