Claymation. Poor Barrington is a lonely rabbit. He wants to share Christmas with a family of squirrels, but he can't climb the tree, or with the Beavers, but he can't swim. He is sad and feels useless. But he is told he has gifts of hopping and being furry and warm. They are gifts freely given, and some day he will learn how valuable they are. And he does!
Author: Dunnam, Maxie
Helpful orientation for the new Christian or for anyone simply curious about the Christian faith. Explains the need for salvation and how to come to enjoy it. Explains the Wesleyan understanding of prevenient grace, individual freedom, and entire sanctification.
Author: Dunnam, Maxie
Rich, challenging tour of what it means to say that we are going on to salvation - saved by grace. A study guide for groups or individuals, exploring the depth, richness and wonder of biblical and Wesleyan doctrine.
Author: Lucado, Max
Anchoring to the power of the cross. No matter what the storm clouds bring, you can face your pain with courage and hope. For 2000 years ago, six hours one Froiay, Christ planted in bedrock three solid anchor points that we all can cling to. Our lives are not futile, our failures are not fatal, and our deaths are not final. For the heart scarred with futility, that Friday holds purpose. For the life blackened with failure, that Friday holds forgiveness. And for the soul looking into the...
Author: Dean and Foster
This book returns to the primary focus of youth Ministry: guiding youth to the passionate embrace of Jesus Christ. Offers a playful paradigm shift, and affirms youth workers in a theologically grounded yet new way.
Author: Skyline Production
With hunger, cold, and uncharted miles of snow-covered wilderness before them, and a pack of howling timber wolves behind, two men live an adventure that leaves you breathless with suspense as they make their way through the beautiful but untamed Alaska. The simple faith of a child leads them to safety as 'Tough Men' shows the way to salvation. Starring Bill Erwin and Ken Edwards.
Author: Nichols, Peter C.
Chancel drama for 11 speaking roles, and 12 silent jury members. Judas Iscariot is on trial, and Jesus Christ is his defense attorney. During the trial Jesus defends Judas. In the end the voice of God explains that Jesus died partly because of Judas, but the also died for Judas. An eye-opening look at the meaning of Christ's death on the cross.