1. The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel

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    Evidence for the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. http://www.leestrobel.com

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    • The Kimyal People Receive the New Testament

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      The Kimyal People of Papua, Indonesia, celebrate the arrival of the New Testament in their own language. For more information about this ministry and other versions of this video contact Dianne Becker of World Team at dbecker@semo.net

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      • Kimyal New Testament launch in Indonesia

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        This 5-minute video shows the emotions of the Kimyal community in West Papua, Indonesia, as they receive the first copies of the New Testament in their language. Dancing, weeping and praying, the Kimyal people welcome God's Word into their remote village and talk of how it will change their lives. Work on the translation of the New Testament into Kimyal was begun in 1963 by Regions Beyond Mission Union (now World Team) missionaries Phil and Phyliss Masters who moved to West Papua, Indonesia, to evangelise the Kimyal people. Sadly, Phil Masters and a fellow missionary Stan Dale were killed by members of the neighbouring Yali tribe and the translation work was halted. However, the work eventually resumed and the New Testament was completed in early 2010 by a Kimyal translation team led by another World Team missionary, Rosa Kidd. The Kimyal translators Welega Pusup and Menas Mirin, who had received instruction in translation principles during UBS Translation Workshops, played a key role in the translation team. UBS Translation Consultant Dr Lourens de Vries was also involved in ensuring the high standard of the translation. As is the case with many other translation projects in Indonesian Papua, the Kimyal project was a joint effort of the mission, the regional and local churches, the Indonesian Bible Society and UBS, each contributing crucial elements to the translation project. The Kimyal New Testament was published by the Indonesian Bible Society in March 2010, and was welcomed by the community during a highly emotional celebration in Korupun, West Papua. The video footage was shot by Dianne Becker.

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        • Run the Race

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          Faith in Christ is a pursuit…a fight…a race. It’s a journey laden with difficulty, but at the finish line awaits an imperishable reward that is given to those who persevere…Christ Himself. Score: “All is Not Lost” by David Molina Download this Film and Watch More at www.movingworks.org

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          • Knowing vs. Feeling in Worship

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            In this excerpt from his message at our 2009 West Coast Conference, Alistair Begg reminds us of the importance of knowledge in worship. Transcript: http://www.ligonier.org/blog/knowing-vs-feeling-worship/ Full message: http://www.ligonier.org/learn/conferences/is_there_life_after_death/in-the-likeness-of-his-resurrection-the-bodily-re/

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            • Jesus Of Testimony

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              To order DVDs, make donations or download visit: www.jesusoftestimony.com Did Jesus really exist? If so, what can we know about Him historically? For any Christian, the historicity of Jesus isn’t merely a matter of curiosity. The Christian faith is dependent upon the incarnation, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus as historical reality. But how can we know if the Jesus of the the Gospels is historical or legendary? Jesus of Testimony answers many of the important questions for skeptics as well as Christians in the area of Christian apologetics. In Part 1: Lord or Legend, the historicity of Jesus Christ is demonstrated by the important non-Christian historical sources that are available to us today. Part 2: Are the Gospels Reliable? examines the historical reliability of the Gospels as eyewitness testimony to the life of Jesus. Part 3: Miracles provides strong evidence that miracles happen today and happened in history. In Part 4: The Testimony of Prophecy, many of the Old Testament messianic prophecies are quoted along with their New Testament fulfillments which establish a solid confirmation of Jesus’ credentials as the Messiah. In Part 5: The Resurrection – Fact or Fiction? the case is presented for the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Finally, Part 6: The Good News concludes that the portrayal of Jesus in the Gospels, dependent on eyewitness testimony, is more plausible than the alternative hypotheses of its modern detractors and presents the Jesus’ message of the Gospel. The participants in the film include many of todays top Christian apologists, authors and scholars including Richard Bauckham, Craig Blomberg, Michael Brown, Paul Eddy, Steve Gregg, Gary Habermas, Craig Keener, Mike Licona, Dan Wallace and Ben Witherington III. We would like to have this movie available with subtitles in multiple languages. English, Spanish and Greek are available now. Please contact us if you would like to help.

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              • The New Testament in Ten Minutes

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                In this video: Andy Naselli http://www.desiringGod.org

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                • Wild Bible – Mark 4: 35-41 (CEV) Jesus calms the Storm

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                  Mark 4: 35-41 (CEV) Jesus calms the Storm Animated Stories about Jesus for children using fun contemporary graphics. Taken from the Bible, New Testament Gospels in the Contemporary English Version (CEV)Translation. Use them as part of your Bible teaching to children in Church and Schools. For more resources visit www.wildbible.org.au

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                  • Panel Discussion with N.T. Wright

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                    Biblical Scholars and audience members dialogue with Dr. N.T. Wright at the Fuller Sacramento Campus on November 16, 2011. fuller.edu

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