• Torchlighters

    19 seasons

    The Torchlighters is an ongoing series of animated programs with strong values and educational content for youth ages 8-12. Each Torchlighters episode presents the story of a true-life hero from Christian history. Kids will see what God can do through a "Torchlighter" and will be challenged to ca...

  • Reformation Overview

    1 season

    These six half-hour programs vividly bring to life the Reformation, its colorful leaders, and history-shaping turning points.

  • History of Orthodox Christianity

    1 season

    This ambitious project is designed to be the most detailed worldwide television presentation of the Orthodox Church, Her traditions, and Her sacramental life. The programs, produced in English and Greek, will serve as an educational tool for the Christian Orthodox Church in addressing the needs ...

  • The Forgotten Martyr - Lady Jane Grey


    While casually browsing the bookshelves at a local library, a young woman stumbles across a book about the sixteen-year-old martyr, Lady Jane Grey. As she attentively ingests each word, her mind is captivated by the realism of the events unfolding before her. Pages continue to turn as moments tur...

  • St. John in Exile

    The year is AD 96. Thousands of Christians throughout the Roman Empire have been persecuted and killed. John, the last living disciple of Jesus' twelve, has been imprisoned. Though he is 86 years old and confined to a cave on Patmos, John refuses to surrender. In this one-man presentation by Dean...

  • Volendam: A Refugee Story


    Packed onto train cars, idling just inside the Soviet Occupied Zone in post war Germany, the fate of over a thousand Mennonite refugees was dependent upon a single railway light turning green. This Anabaptist sect, who were never supposed to get this far, had endured famine, religious persecution...

  • Blind Courage - The Unique Genius of Jan Žižka

    Jan Hus was betrayed by the Council of Constance and burned at the stake in 1415. His Bohemian countrymen, however, who became known as the "Hussites," were not ready to accept defeat.
    An amazing military genius, Jan Zizka (c. 1360-1424), emerged to lead them. He took a handful of peasants, outf...

  • The Wannsee Conference


    On January 20, 1942, a conference was held to organize the "final solution" - the destruction of all eleven million European Jews. This documentary examines extensively the historical background to the conference, dealing with the preceding events methodically and largely chronologically. Eminent...

  • C. H. Spurgeon Tonight


    Charles H. Spurgeon (1839-1892) was one of the greatest preachers of 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 eac...

  • The Reckoning


    September 1939
    War erupted in Europe as Germany invaded Poland. Eight months later, Hitler publicly broadcasted that he would not invade Holland due to their neutrality during World War I. Within hours, this promise became a treacherous lie that engulfed the small country in World War II.


  • 1000 Years in the Killing Fields

    A docu-drama based on the true life experiences of Setan and Randa Lee, gives an unforgettable account of a Cambodian boy and girl caught in a web of genocide. From 1975 to 1978, the
    Khmer Rouge massacred more than a million people . Randa and Setan were forced into a prison work camp, but God ...

  • 500: The Impact of the Reformation Today


    A lone monk’s actions 500 years ago continue to have a great impact. In “500: The Impact of the Reformation Today,” renowned Luther scholars from around the world reveal how the Reformation surrounds us more than we realize through religion, politics, and our society. This thought-provoking docum...

  • The Hiding Place


    In wartime Holland, the Ten Boom family joins the underground resistance to help save persecuted Jewish families and quietly shelters Jews in their small house---until Nazis discover the "hiding place." When they are arrested and imprisoned in concentration camps themselves, they're left with not...

  • Hitler's Courts


    Hitler’s Courts explores how the Third Reich seized power by subverting Germany’s judicial system. The documentary traces how the judges were forced to pledge personal loyalty to Hitler, how Hitler used the courts to persecute his political enemies and ultimately to engineer the final solution. I...

  • Gospel of Liberty
    Movie + 2 extras

    Gospel of Liberty

    Movie + 2 extras

    The revivals of the Great Awakening shook Britain's North American colonies from spiritual slumber during the 1730s, 1740s and 1750s. 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 ...

  • 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 p...

  • Mightier Than The Sword


    Throughout history emperors and dictators, kings and queens, regimes and religions have done their best to destroy it -- and failed. For centuries the rich and powerful kept their people ignorant of its contents, fearful of the revolution that would take place if they ever learned what was in it....

  • Lost Legacy Reclaimed Volume 2

    1 season

    Lost Legacy Reclaimed is a docudrama series about the early Christian Church in North Africa, its great leaders, teachers, and martyrs. Meet these faithful Christians from the first five centuries of church history who set a high standard for future generations by sacrificing for Jesus Christ dur...

  • 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 presents the experiences of ten of these indi...

  • 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 significan...

  • For One English Officer


    If not for a football injury to Andy Hodges, the son of a horse trader, 149 Allied soldiers and airmen would have languished in German prisons until VE Day. Some would not have lived. One who would not have survived was British SAS Captain M. R. D. Foot. Interned in a German military hospital, he...

  • Where Luther Walked


    How did Martin Luther, who sought only the quiet of a monastery, become a pivotal figure in Western history? Why did he object so strongly to indulgences? How did Gutenberg's new printing press spread his influence? Who did Luther marry? How did he respond when his young daughter died in his ...

  • Truth Prevails


    Over 600 years ago, a humble peasant stood alone against pope, emperor and king. He could either deny the truth he believed with all his heart, or he could die at the stake. Today Jan Hus is little known outside of his native Czech Republic, but in his day he challenged corrupt church officials a...

  • Assisi In Silence


    The hidden network by the clergy of Assisi that saved persecuted Jews during WWII.

    During the Second World War, racist laws in Italy forced thousands of Jews to flee their cities in search of safe haven. A few hundred of these refugees, facing dangerous obstacles along the way, reached Assisi, t...