These videos take a fresh, humorous approach to the demographic issues facing the world today.
- February 3, 2008 – President Monson becomes President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- 1909 – First Presidency issues “Origin of Man” Message
- 1925 – First Presidency issues 1925 Statement on Evolution
Estonia’s coveted position between Europe and Russia has lured wave after wave of occupiers. The nation’s darkest chapter, though, dawned in 1939 with the arrival of the Soviets. It seemed this time that the Estonian nation might vanish completely; yet the Estonians waited, and fought, and sang and ultimately, survived.
As a high school freshman, Lee Strobel became convinced that God did not exist. Only the hard, empirical evidence of science could be trusted — and it appeared to point to a universe created by purely materialistic processes… time, chance, and Darwinian evolution.
- Controlled Violence
Xianzhi Sarah Liu was beaten and imprisoned for six years in China. Sarah’s Trail of Blood is a powerful dramatization of what happened to this courageous woman of God because of her faith in Jesus Christ. You’ll be inspired by her story.
For decades, Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution has been taught in classrooms as more than just a “theory” — it’s been taught and accepted by mainstream educators as fact. But now, new scientific evidence is emerging that places Darwin’s theory under closer scrutiny than ever before. These scientific critics of Darwin claim that many famous “icons” of evolution- including Darwin’s “Tree of Life”, the Galapagos Island finches and embryos that look remarkably similar — are based on outdated research and faulty logic. For anyone desiring to discover the evidence and weigh it independently, Icons of Evolution is essential and enlightening viewing. (Description by Marian Land)
George Washington Carver was born a slave, by the end of his life, presidents and corporate titans valued his friendship. Millions of Americans have benefitted from his innovations. His genius is legendary, but less known is his remarkable path to greatness, defined by a life-long passion for serving others.
The film is narrated by Voddie Baucham Jr. and includes the perspectives of noted historians. This cinematic film features footage from Carver’s boyhood home in Missouri, Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, as well as other historical locales.