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Bonhoeffer : Pastor Nazi Resistor Martyr (DVD)$19.95Add to cart
Bonhoeffer is the compelling true story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German theologian who was imprisoned and killed by the Nazis for his connection to the German Resistance and their failed attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Heavily influenced by the death of his brother in World War I and the teachings of Swiss theologian Karl Barth, Bonhoeffer commits his life at a young age to studying the teachings of Christ as found in the Bible and being a man of faith, even in the midst of incredible darkness.
Featuring rare archival footage, interviews with family members and former students like Eberhard Bethge, and the voice of Klaus Maria Brandauer (Out of Africa), this powerfully moving documentary sheds light on his underground seminary, his travels to America and Harlem that had a profound impact on his feelings toward social injustice, his calls to change the world for better, and his noble response to Nazi Germany as a Christian.
Sybil Ludington : The Female Paul Revere (DVD)$14.95Add to cart
Everybody has heard about Paul Revere’s ride, but few know about 16-year-old Sybil Ludington’s horseback journey to gather the troops of Putnam County, New York, during the Revolutionary War. Traveling 40 miles in the dark of night, she pounded on doors to wake the colonists—and mustered 400 soldiers to stop the British advance. Dove approved.
Streams In The Desert 1 Discovering Gods Call (DVD)$7.99Add to cart
Aboard a passenger train en route from Los Angeles to Chicago, a Christian movie actress named Mary meets an elderly woman and openly shares the struggles of her career and young faith. To her surprise, the lady next to her is 85-year-old Lettie Cowman, the author of the most beloved devotional of all time, Streams in the Desert.
As the two women converse, Lettie reflects on the experiences and heartbreak that inspired her to write her famous book. As a girl growing up in small-town Iowa, Lettie falls in love with Charles Cowman, a telegraph operator at the Western Union office. A job promotion prompts them to move to a mining town in Colorado after marriage. However, Lettie soon becomes deathly ill, leading Charles to make a vow of service to the Lord that will change both of their lives forever.