Professional football players have fame, money, and lifestyles that few will ever know. But some live for a greater purpose than football, and with a deeper motivation than winning. They live by faith. (more…)
Not a handout, but a hand up
When former Seattle Mariners catcher David Valle and his wife, Vicky, first visited the Dominican Republic for winter training back in 1985, he didn’t anticipate the radical turn his life would take. At the time, he was still an underpaid minor-leaguer in the Mariner’s farm system.
“They weren’t looking for an autograph . . .”
As Dave explains in the new documentary Esperanza, a crowd of kids had formed around the American baseball players after practice one evening. Dave assumed they were just like the fans he’d met in the States, clamoring to meet the stars. Where was his autograph pen?
Find out in Fragments of Truth, coming to theaters this April!
We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Fathom Events to bring the new Faithlife original film Fragments of Truth to the big screen!
Join Dr. Craig Evans in his search for answers to an ever-present and challenging question: Can we really trust the Bible?
In Fragments of Truth, Dr. Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts and learns from the experts who know them best. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, challenges skeptics, and demonstrates the strong reliability of the New Testament manuscripts.
This insightful documentary will be shown in theaters nationwide on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, for one night only. Tickets are available for purchase beginning March 16, 2018, through Fathom Events’ website or at participating theater box offices.
Do you worry about what your kids may be soaking up from today’s random TV programs? Even with the best intentions and utmost effort, parents struggle to monitor what their kids take in.
Avoid the issue altogether with Faithlife TV—a new kind of Christian TV.
With Faithlife TV’s kids’ shows and movies, you can finally be assured that the hours your children may spend in front of the screen are profitable, edifying, and safe (and still fun, too).