Today would have been Billy Graham’s 100th birthday. To celebrate, Faithlife TV is premiering the brand-new documentary on his life, Billy Graham: An Incredible Journey. (more…)
Dr. Michael Heiser’s hobby is studying UFOs.
Heiser is a conservative Bible scholar who has studied Scripture deeply on the topic of the unseen realm. [Read more…]
“There was something to that singular moment of the posting of the 95 Theses
that not only changed Church history, [it] changed
world history for centuries to come.”
— Stephen Nichols, President of Reformation Bible College
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the Wittenburg Chapel door. [Read more…]
We often watch TV in isolation—and purely for entertainment. But what if there were a way to use TV to bring people together instead?
Faithlife TV offers an array of small group studies that turn your TV into a tool for facilitating discussions about important topics.
From women’s studies to theological conversations to marriage preparation and more, these five resources will help you connect with family, friends, or a church group. [Read more…]
You’ve heard the skeptics: “We can’t trust the biblical manuscripts.” And sadly, many people believe them without actually knowing the facts.
So what do the experts really say?
The new Faithlife original film Fragments of Truth tackles skeptics’ claims head-on, providing a powerful resource for defending your faith. This feature-length documentary takes you around the globe with renowned scholar Dr. Craig Evans. Join him as he investigates ancient manuscripts, deciphers historical mysteries, and interviews leading experts on the reliability of the New Testament.
Not only is Fragments of Truth now available for home viewing, you can also get a group license and watch this edifying film with your whole church or study group. Viewers will come away better able to separate sober scholarship from sensationalism when explaining the firm foundation of the Gospels.
Plus, you can immediately download a free discussion guide to help facilitate conversations with your church, small group, or family.
This is a guest post by Paul Tripp, author and founder of the Parenting conference. It has been adapted from a blogpost and has been edited for readability.
It was 11:00 p.m. on a Sunday night and I was pulling out of the grocery store parking lot, exhausted and overwhelmed. After putting our four children to bed much later than we wanted to, my wife Luella discovered we didn’t have anything in the house to pack for the kids’ lunches the next day. So, with an attitude that couldn’t be described as joyful, I got in the car and did a late-night food run. As I waited for the light to change, it hit me. It seemed as if my mission was impossible: I was called to be the father of four children. [Read more…]
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—now available for pre-order—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 is available for pre-order on Blu-Ray and in digital formats, so you can watch it anytime, anywhere, as many times as you want.
If you had to prove why the Bible is God’s word, what would you say?
Even among Christians, confidence in the Bible’s authority is waning. Many are casting aside the doctrines of inerrancy and inspiration, with devastating consequences.
The God Who Speaks seeks to correct this. It’s a feature-length documentary about the divine authority of Scripture, and it features insights from some of today’s leading theologians on why Scripture can be absolutely trusted.
Here are some family-friendly movies, shows, and series you can stream free all week long—all available with a free 30-day trial of Faithlife TV Plus.
God Came Near
Let Max Lucado prepare your family’s heart for Christmas in these six messages based on his bestselling book God Came Near. Filmed at a beautiful church in Blockley, England, it features engaging stories about Simeon, Joseph and Mary, the real Saint Nicholas, and more.
Why do we celebrate Christmas on December 25? How did Saint Nicholas become Santa Claus? Why do we have Christmas trees? Charting Christmas provides answers to these questions and many more as it explores the history of the holiday.
The Birth of Jesus
Draw your children into the biblical story of Jesus’ birth. Based on J. L. Hurlbut’s Story of the Bible, this short film features lovely animation and engaging storytelling that will capture the heart and imagination of any child.
It’s Christmas Eve in the suburbs of Chicago, and a tired taxi driver reluctantly accepts one more passenger. He soon suspects that the man has dangerous plans to harm himself. As he intervenes to help, grace intervenes in the life of both men in this Dallas Jenkins film.
When his father is arrested for printing a forbidden letter written by controversial reformer Martin Luther, 12-year-old Storm escapes with the original. On the run from authorities, Storm finds unexpected help in his bold fight for freedom.
Get these movies and hundreds more with a free 30-day trial of Faithlife TV Plus—a premier Christian video library for students, families, and Bible enthusiasts.
Calvinism has made a comeback in recent decades. In fact, in certain church circles it’s become the new cool.
Calvinist, the much-anticipated documentary from Les Lanphere (whose Kickstarter for the film met its goal in three days and surpassed it by more than double), tells the remarkable story of how this came to be.
Mixing live interviews and animation, Calvinist describes how changes in American Christianity over the past several decades set the stage for Calvinism to find new roots. Featuring R.C. Sproul, Paul Washer, Shai Linne, Tim Challies, and other Christian leaders and teachers, it explains what Calvinists believe, why it matters, and where the movement is going.
Watch the trailer.
Buy Calvinist now for unlimited streaming on Faithlife TV. Faithlife TV is free for anyone, and Calvinist is just $19.95.
Calvinist is perfect for individual viewing or small group discussion, since it digs into the nature of salvation and our role in it. Not everyone may agree, but everyone will be challenged to think and dig deeper for answers in Scripture.
However you watch it, Calvinist is sure to captivate you and make you look with fresh eyes at Calvin’s 500-year-old legacy.