Sharing our story of faith across the ages
Art, piety, and the fight for renewal: the fourth and final issue of our Reformation series
This beautiful, fold-out timeline provides some of the most important dates in Christian history.
During his long and distinguished ministry, Billy Graham has preached the gospel to well over 200 million people worldwide. The massive evangelistic gatherings that took place in sports arenas, concert halls, and outdoor venues became known as the Billy Graham Crusades. The outworking of a sophisticated organizational structure, each crusade represented years of planning and months of follow up. The crusades shaped the face of Evangelical Christianity in the 20th century, served as a catalyst for dozens of para-church organizations, united a splintering Evangelical community, and altered the course of countless individual lives.
A literary review of C.S. Lewis’ classic, “The Screwtape Letters”
Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was a South African minister, writer and revivalist. For more than six decades he served with the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa, preaching, teaching and writing more than 200 books and pamphlets. Murray became an international figure through his writing and today many of his works are considered devotional classics. Shot on location in South Africa, this documentary tells the story of Andrew Murray’s life and mission and provides insight into his provocative teaching.
One hundred years ago a movement like none other since shook the very foundations of the American church. People reported speaking in tongues, new denominations were formed, and the Charismatic Movement was born. This documentary looks, in depth, at the inception of this movement and the mystery and controversy surrounding some of its beliefs.
Bonhoeffer Collection: set of 3 DVD: Bonhoeffer Agent of Grace, Bonhoeffer: Hanged on a Twisted Cross, Bonhoeffer: Memories and Perspectives
The story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German clergyman of great distinction, who actively opposed Hitler and the Nazis. His convictions cost him his life.
Briars in the Cotton Patch tells the nearly forgotten story of Koinonia Farm, a small Christian community in Southwest Georgia where whites and blacks chose to live and work together as equals despite the brutal and frightening consequences in the years leading up to the tumultuous Civil Rights era.
This powerful, inspirational drama-documentary faithfully recreates the times of C.H. Spurgeon and brings the
Includes C.S. Lewis Through the Shadowlands, Affectionately Yours, Screwtape, The Shortest Way Home, and Through a Lens Darkly
A film and curriculum guide on the life and ministry of William Carey, the "Father of Modern Missions."
This two-part Bible study explores the beliefs of Islam and illuminates Muslim religious practice. Guiding the discussion is Sam Shamoun, an Arab-Christian born in Kuwait but raised in the United States. Well-grounded in the doctrines of Islam, he believes in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.
Why do we celebrate Christmas on December 25? How did Saint Nicholas become Santa Claus? Why do we have Christmas trees? Charting Christmas provides answers to these questions and many more as it explores the history of Christmas.
Malcolm Muggeridge reflects on his half century of covering the great events of our century's history. He explains where it all brought him as a person. We follow him to his country estate, to Madame Tussad's Wax Museum where he is immortalized along with others of the greats, and to the Holy Land. It is in the Holy Land where Muggeridge finds the answers to his deepest questions. In his own inimitable, provocative, and entertaining style, Muggeridge exposes the twentieth century's idolatries, ideologies, and pretenses.
Christian History Magazine featuring Healthcare and Hospitals in the mission of the Church
People of Faith: How America's Many Churches Shaped "One Nation Under God"
Christians in the New Industrial Economy. How did the church respond to widespread changes brought on by the Industrial Revolution?
Known as "Restorationism" or "The Stone-Campbell Movement," this upstart Christian phenomenon swept into its fold thousands upon thousands of Americans in the early nineteenth century. It rejected all traditional churches, Protestant and Catholic alike, and aspired to become the universal church that would inaugurate the millennial dawn. In this issue of Christian History, see what happened when Alexander Campbell and Barton Stone decided to speak where the Bible spoke and be silent where the Bible was silent.
This special issue of Christian History magazine tells the inspiring stories of believers who stood with Christ in the face of persecution during the last hundred years.
Callings- Work and vocation in the history of the church.
Take a look behind the scenes at the life and legacy of Billy Graham.
Seven Christian authors who gave us cheerful hobbits, wise old women, sharp-witted detectives, and one memorable lion gave us something more: a vision for all of life. Meet George MacDonald, G. K. Chesterton, J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Dorothy L. Sayers, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield in Christian History magazine 113: Seven Literary Sages.
An expanded issue of Christian History on faith and World Wars I and II.
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Christian History Magazine featuring 10 Most Influential Christians of the 20th Century
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Christian History Magazine featuring Christianity in India: A Faith of Many Colors
of 67 records.