In times of adversity, it's often everyday people who respond with courage and faithfulness.
Exceptional talents and intelligence are no match for the ordinary person willing to sacrifice property and reputation for the good of others. Today, the well-being of our homes, churches, and nation depends on these kinds of people. In When Ordinary People Stand in the Gap, Bryan Fischer examines the lives of common individuals who overcame fear, opposition, and overwhelming odds for the welfare of others.
Like a good song, marriage requires the right balance of melody, harmony and rhythm. In Love Sings: The Artistry of Marriage, Christian recording artists Barbi and Terry Franklin share personal stories from decades of marriage and ministry. Combining a strong biblical foundation with honesty and humor, Love Sings: The Artistry of Marriage will become a favorite resource for couples of all ages.
Contents: Six 30-minute sessions on two discs and booklet of discussion questions
There are many people who have tried and failed to prove that the U.S. Constitution is a Godless document. Did you know that 34% of the U.S. Constitution contains Biblical citations? In this edition of AFA’s Cultural Institute, David Barton teaches viewers the religious roots of this unique and impactful piece of American history. Using examples from the Constitution as well as quotes from the founding fathers, he makes a powerful case proving that God is in the Constitution.
In this session you’ll learn about:
The uniqueness of the U.S. Constitution.
Why it matters that the U.S. Constitution is a Godly document.
From terrorist attacks to acts of mercy, worldviews explain why people do what they do. In “Worldviews: Behaviors, Beliefs and Values” apologist and author Alex McFarland invites you to take the time to understand your own worldview and those of others. We’ll see that by doing this, we’re able to equip ourselves with the tools to defend our faith in a way that is knowledgeable and respectful to those around us.
In this session you’ll learn about:
Competing belief systems
Arguments against the Christian worldview
The tools needed to defend the Christian worldview
What does history have to say about George Washington's faith?
Historian Stephen McDowell uses George Washington's own words to prove that Washington was more than a religious man – he was a man of providence. Viewers will come away with a greater appreciation for the first president of the United States, along with much more knowledge about this influential man in history.
Topics covered in this presentation:
The truth about George Washington's faith
Specific examples of George Washington's Christian character
The key to George Washington's success as a leader
The 21 Toughest Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Christianity & How to Answer Them Confidently
Kids have questions. In fact, they have some of the toughest questions we may ever be asked. What do we do when they ask us, “Why does God allow suffering?” “Can we trust the Bible?” or “What is a Christian worldview anyway?"
In The 21 Toughest Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Christianity: DVD Curriculum, author and speaker Alex McFarland offers insight and clarity to help parents answer the daunting question their children may ask and help pass a biblical worldview on to the next generation.
1. How to Answer the Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Christianity
2. Questions About God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit
3. Questions About Suffering and Evil
4. Questions About the Bible
5. Questions About Miracles
6. Questions About Christian Living
2 DVDs (three 30-minute sessions per DVD)
1 Leader’s Guide
1 Participant’s Workbook
Additional copies of the Participant's workbook available here.