A Total of 24
from the New Testament
King is Born
|| He is
|The Miracles of Jesus
| The Ministry of
|John the Baptist
|Forgive Us Our Debts
|The Righteous Judge
|The Parables of Jesus
The Son of God
Lost is Found
|Worthy is the Lamb
|Built Upon the Rock
of the Times
Lives - See the
miraculous resurrection of Lazarus and his
compassion for others which captivate your family.
See the miraculous resurrection of Lazarus after four days in the tomb
as Jesus comforts Martha
and Mary. Life is restored and they receive Jesus’ promise of eternal
King is Born
- dramatically weaves together key events surrounding the birth of
Jesus. It places them in a biblical context,
beginning with Simeon's vigil at the Temple in Jerusalem to see the
Messiah and continues with the Angel Gabriel's visit with Mary.
In the end, Mary, Joseph, and the baby Jesus travel to Nazareth. Later
as a young man, Jesus works with His father in his carpentry shop,
gaining wisdom and special gifts.
Lord's Prayer - After Jesus' resurrection and ascension
into Heaven, His disciples find their faith greatly tested when
is arrested and cast into a Roman prison.
As Herod plots Peter's death, the believers gather together and follow
the example that Jesus taught.
Through faith and persistent prayer, Peter's chains are broken and the
Angel of the Lord opens the prison gates.
The united prayer of the righteous saves Peter and is still a power on
Earth without equal.
In His final days on earth, Jesus' disciples struggle to understand
His mission. They are blinded
by their expectations ofthe Messiah,
thinking He would deliver them from Roman Rule.
Journey with the disciples as they witness Jesus cleansing the temple,
triumphantly entering Jerusalem, and healing a lame man.
resurrection the disciples finally
understand. Jesus offers deliverance
from the bondage of sin and death, giving hope of eternal life through
|Jesus, The Son
- Joseph, Mary and Jesus travel from Galilee to bring their best
young lamb to Jerusalem for a Passover sacrifice in the Temple. Joseph
and Mary leave the city and soon realize they have left Jesus in Jerusalem.
After 3 days they finally find him
the Temple surrounded by the rabbis, who
are listening with awe as
Jesus explains that to fulfill
the law of the day, you must first be
fulfilled with love.
Later, when Jesus is a young man, he leaves
Mary and enters the
wilderness to find wisdom through fasting. As the days grow long, Jesus
becomes weak with hunger and nears death.
It is then that Satan comes
to Him. Satan tries to tempt Jesus by showing Him worldly treasures and
offers all he has to Him. Satan disappears in anger at Jesus' strength
|The Greatest Is
the Least -
The king’s guards arrest Christians and take the disciple, James, to
work in the salt mines. James sees the guards treat an old man poorly
and fight about a promotion.
He remembers when Jesus taught the disciples about the danger of pride
and the importance of humility. James teaches “For soldiers to serve
you with a full heart, you must serve them."
At the salt mine, James recalls the tender example of Jesus who takes
up a basin and towel, kneels before the disciples and washes their
feet. His humble act demonstrates that the way to greatness in His
kingdom is not found in how many serve you, but in how many you serve.
|Do you know someone who
feeling worthless today?
You need Saul
of Tarsus to
show how God
can use anyone
to do great things for Him!
of Tarsus - A blinding
light transforms the life of a violent man.
Saul is opposed to the heresy of the Christians and unleashes a reign of terror against them. As
Saul gallops toward Damascus on his mission of persecution, he
encounters a vision, which changes his life forever.
A blinding light streaks down from heaven and knocks him on the ground.
Jesus appears and tells him to go to Damascus, where he will learn his
The Lord appears in a dream to a Christian named Ananias, and tells him
to lay his hands on Saul to give him back his sight so Saul can
carry out His mission: “To teach My gospel to the Gentiles, to kings
and to the children of Israel.” Saul promises to preach the word of
Jesus in every synagogue.
from Heaven - The
thrilling story of one of Jesus' greatest miracle; the feeding of the 5,000.
a young boy is the only one with
food-five loaves of bread and
two fish. Jesus thanks Jonas for sharing what he has.
Jesus hands the basket of bread and fish to the Apostles and tells them
to feed the people. The crowd is amazed as everyone's
Jesus asks all to believe in Him for He is the Bread of Life and that
He has been sent to do the will of God.
Miracles of Jesus - The story begins with a test of
the disciples' faith as their boat is tossed by a fierce storm. Jesus
awakens to calm the storm, then asks Peter and the others, "Why were
you afraid? Where is your faith?"
We learn of Jesus' miracles, including his healing of the palsied child
and raising Jairus' daughter from the dead. Just the touch of Jesus'
robe heals a woman, sick for twelve years, as He tells her, "Your faith
has made you whole."
Baptist - This story portrays the rugged man of the
wilderness who is sent by God to tell the people about Jesus.
Elizabeth, a virtuous older woman, wants a child. Zacharias, her
husband, is visited by the Angel Gabriel, who tells him that his wife
is to bear a son.
Zacharias can’t believe this, but the angel assures him, “All things
are possible with the Lord.” Because of his disbelief, Zacharias
suddenly falls deaf and mute.
John preaches about the Savior’s coming and baptizes people in the
river in the name of the Messiah. Jesus approaches where John is
preaching and asks John to baptize him.
Ministry of Paul -
Follow the travels of Paul and his companions as they spread the Gospel
of the risen Christ throughout the ancient world.
Paul is preaching to Jews and Gentiles, curing the sick and lame in
Paul continues to meet much opposition. He is thrown into prison
for preaching Christianity, attacked by an angry mob of nonbelievers.