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  • God And Race Video Study (DVD)

    $29.99

    A recent Pew Research study discovered that 6 out of 10 adults in America believe racial tension is a major problem in this country–and one that is only growing worse. Today, people across the nation are dealing with tensions between blacks and whites, and often this tension breaks out into violence. People are talking about the issue; but sadly, the church has been reluctant to engage in the discussion.

    In God and Race, pastors Wayne Francis and John Siebling seek to provide a non-threatening means for pastors, church leaders, and churchgoers to start to dialogue about this important issue. Wayne Francis, lead pastor of The Life Church in New York, speaks to the “Black Fist” part, showing how the racism that blacks have faced have led to many solidarity movements that have served to increase racial tensions in our country. John Siebling, lead pastor of The Life Church in Memphis, Tennessee, speaks to the “White Knuckles” part, showing how many whites today are “white-knuckling” it to try and hold on to old (and wrong) ways of thinking . . . or are just tensing up when approached with the issue and hoping that it will just go away.

    In this study (study guide sold separately), Wayne and John show how neither black fists or white knuckles are the answer to the problem, but that what is needed are open hands, open hearts, and open minds. They do this by discussing seven key statements that they believe the church needs to acknowledge today:

    1. Racism is a problem
    2. The gospel is the solution
    3. It’s more than just a spiritual problem
    4. It’s complicated
    5. White people must understand and acknowledge the sin of slavery and mistreatment of black people
    6. Black people in turn have to forgive white people of previous and present injustices, while also not harboring hatred and racism toward white people
    7. Unless we make a solid intentional choice to connect, understand, reach, and love one another, we will remain divided

    In the Gospels, we see how the crowds came to Jesus because he talked about real issues and was not afraid to engage in the important issues of his day. In the church of today, we need to be doing the same, for it is only by recognizing, addressing, and openly dialoguing about the racial tension in America that we can together begin to work toward real solutions. Wayne and John have no presumption in this series that they are going to solve the issue. Rather, their goal is to have churches follow their example and start the

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  • Porn Project (DVD)

    $24.99

    The Porn Project in 1 sentence:
    But how do you actually do that?

    This talk will challenge our beliefs (what is porn?, history, theology), our behaviours (addiction, accountability, triggers, lifestyle, environment etc), and look beyond ourselves at how porn might be hurting others around us (spouse, children, dating relationships, people involved in the pornography industry etc).

    The goal is to be less of a presentation and more of a training. Training to equip and empower individuals (men and women), parents and leaders on how to navigate this conversation no matter if you dabble, struggle, or are addicted to pornography in any of its forms.

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  • Your Story The Wounding Embrace (DVD)

    $15.99

    So, you cut, or maybe you starve yourself, or struggle with substance abuse. Maybe you even have suicidal thoughts. I bet you feel alone. But how is this possible when nearly 1 in 4 North American teens struggle with self-injury? How can all these people be alone? Today, thousands of young people, anxious, under confident and often scared, are seeking release from these personal struggles in ways many adults choose to ignore. You probably have friends who are depressed, friends who are bulimic and friends all too familiar with this growing culture of self-abuse. It’s time to stop ignoring the problem. It’s time for a serious conversation about issues that make us uncomfortable. Let’s Talk.

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  • As We Forgive (DVD)

    $16.95

    Directed by Laura Waters Hinson and narrated by Mia Farrow comes the award-winning documentary of two Rwandan women who struggle with the face-to-face encounter with the men who slaughtered their families during the 1994 genocide. These women and men speak for a nation still wracked by the grief of a genocide that killed one in eight Rwandans. Overwhelmed by an enormous backlog of court cases, the government released 50,000 perpetrators back to the very communities they helped to destroy. Without the hope of full justice, Rwanda has turned to a new solution of reconciliation. Come experience through their eyes the journey from death to life through forgiveness.

    Features: Narration by actress Mia Farrow, True stories told by the Rwandans who lived through the genocide, Features music by Emmy award-winning composers: Lenny Williams and Chris Biondo, Widescreen format. Bonus Features: English sub-titles and narration, Closed Caption added, Region All perfect for international customers.

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  • Weapon Of Mass Destruction (DVD)

    $22.99

    The liberal bias toward the war in Iraq was one thing. Then came a propaganda piece that did more to line the pockets of a radical filmmaker than to tell the truth. That’s when Brad Maaske, a conservative businessman from the agricultural heart of California decided enough was enough. It was time for a documentary that told the truth about the human toll and terror under the personally guided regime of Saddam Hussein.
    This movie offers a balanced view of the real Iraq–before, during, and following the military involvement of the United States and its allies. It provides an objective report for Americans to consider prior to going to the polls in November. Jano Rosebiani, co-producer of WMD, is an Iraq film director know most recently for the documentaries Mass Graves of Saddam Hussein and Chemical Ali.

    Never-before-seen footage of the atrocities perpetrated in Iraq, chemical attacks, and interviews with survivors provide a riveting testimony for the justification of war and military support during reconstruction. Exclusive interviews and expert analysis of the current geopolitical situation are provided, including an in-depth interview by Victor David Hanson, author of eleven books, including The Western Way of War, An Autumn of War, and Between War and Peace.

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