BASIC 7: Communion, by Francis Chan, Flannel, 2012. BASIC “Communion” is the final film in a seven-part short film series featuring Francis Chan.
DVD544 Extraordinary Women: God, Use Me Just the Way I Am, by Angela Thomas, Isaiah 61, 2009. Angela Thomas encourages women to rekindle their hearts and return their lives to God, no matter how imperfect they may be.
DVD545 Extraordinary Women: How to Become a Peacemaker, by Leslie Vernick, Isaiah 61, 2010. Leslie Vernick shares practical tools to stop avoiding conflicts and face the problems in life head on while being a woman of character.
DVD546 Extraordinary Women: Ministry According to Jesus, by Jill Briscoe, Isaiah 61, 2009. Gifted with wisdom, discernment and a bit of English humor, Jill Briscoe shows a woman how to listen for, and respond to, God’s call in her life.
DVD547 Extraordinary Women: A Woman’s Ministry: Sharing the Faith and Growing the Church, by Jill Briscoe, 2010. Jill Briscoe, a worldwide speaker, author and pastor’s wife shares powerful keys that will change the way you view ministry.
DVD548 Crave Film Series, by Erwin McManus, Awaken International, 2007. Inspired by his book Soul Cravings, this DVD set from Erwin McManus & Awaken Films features three original short films, perfect for church or group study.
DVD549 3:16 Stories of Hope, by Max Lucado, Indelible Creative Group, 2007. This DVD companion product to Lucado’s book, 3:16 The Numbers of Hope, features 12 teaching segments by Max that unpack this timeless message – phrase by enduring phrase.
DVD552 The Case for Christ’s Resurrection, Grizzly Adams Productions, 2007. This documentary investigates the historical record, draws upon medical knowledge, searches for evidence in the lives of the Apostles, explores ancient Jewish burial customs, and—with new scientific technologies—examines the burial cloth of Christ.
KIT126 The Prodigal God: Finding Your Place at the Table, by Timothy Keller, Zondervan, 2009. Using his characteristic intellectual approach to faith issues, Timothy Keller uncovers an unexpected message in the familiar—and often misunderstood—New Testament parable of the prodigal son.
BK857 When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty without Hurting the Poor — and Yourself, by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert, Moody Publishers, 2009. When Helping Hurts provides foundational concepts, clearly articulated general principles and relevant applications. The result is an effective and holistic ministry to the poor, not a truncated gospel.