“Authorities treat the Hmong people poorly in Vietnam and Laos, and many Hmong people are Christians. In this video, Release International and Voice of the Martyrs Australia visited a remote underground church to encourage the Christians who have been persecuted heavily by their government.” (Summary from Voice of the Martyrs US)
Bounchan’s story, as well as the story of God’s sustaining hand through his 13 years in prison, is told in BOUNCHAN, a 5-minute video presentation from The Voice of the Martyrs. This video will open your eyes to the reality of persecution against Christians while moving you to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters. The Bounchan DVD is part of VOM’s 2012 IDOP Church Resource Kit.
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Flame in the Wind is set in the splendor and terror of the Spanish Inquisition and is a gripping drama of heroic Christian faith. Carlos, an earnest young nobleman, faces a choice: the church system offers safety, protection, and respectability; but the Scriptures offer Christ and salvation from sin and with these, torture and death. This film vividly portrays the conflict between following the Bible and following religious tradition.
“For decades, a phenomenon has been recurring in the Muslim world. Men and women — without any knowledge of the Gospel and without any contact with Christians — have been forever transformed after experiencing dreams and visions of Jesus Christ. Here are five such stories of former Muslims.” (Summary by Vision Video)
The true story of Nicoleta Valery Grossu’s amazing survival in a Romanian Communist prison camp and how faith in the Lord strengthened her.
|Born||1516 Boston, Lincolnshire, England|
|Died||1587 London, England|
|Occupation||Clergyman, author Mary F. Smith|
This is a story of a young man’s choice, a father’s pain, and a family torn apart. This dramatization set in the Middle East is based on real-life situations where believers face persecution, loneliness and even death when their own families reject them for choosing Jesus.
The year is 1525. Michael and Margaretha Sattler have fled their religious orders. Their quest: restore the church to the purity of its early days when communities of believers practiced peace, compassion and sacrificial love.
A young woman tells about her experiences living under Soviet/Communist Romania and the persecution against Christians.