Two New Films Depicting the Courage to Speak the Truth

The following items have been added to our online and catalog store. Each item was carefully chosen and has a vital message.

THE RADICALSA TRUE STORY - The year is 1525. A nun and a priest flee their religious orders as they become convinced that the Catholic church is not representing true biblical Christianity. A beautiful love story about the two who eventually marry, Michael and Margaretha Sattler seek out the true purity of the Gospel.

The Sattlers join a group called the Anabaptists and risk their lives to defend the true faith. Rejecting the Catholic tradition of infant baptism, they call for baptism to once again become, not a mark of citizenship, but a voluntary decision to follow Christ. As their movement grows, so does the determination of their enemies to stop them…by any means necessary. Click here for more information or for ordering. See video clip of film.
 

 THE KINSEY SYNDROMEThis powerful and sobering film (produced by Christian Pinto and Pastor Joe Schimmel) exposes the truth about the sexual revolution that stemmed largely from the work of a man named Dr. Alfred Kinsey, considered by many to be the main influence on today’s views of homosexuality, pedophilia, and other sexually deviant behaviors. In order to bring light to this area of darkness in our society, discerning Christians need to be aware, and thus our reason for carrying the Kinsey Syndrome. Click here for more information or for ordering.  -

The Kinsey Syndrome Video Clips 

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One Response to “Two New Films Depicting the Courage to Speak the Truth”

  1. Catherine says:

    I am going to purchase The Radicals. I watched the clip and you hooked me. Now I want to see the rest of the story! Thank you for making us aware of this movie.

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