VIDEO: Corrie ten Boom – Fleas and Nazis

Here’s our fourth mini-promo, which gives a brief glimpse into the life of one of the bravest persons to survive World War II – Corrie ten Boom. Please note that subtitles are available in both English and Spanish, but you must click on the “cc” button to activate it. Feel free to share this video as widely and […]

VIDEO: Keeping Up with the (Tyndale’s)

We’re so proud to be able to present you with our third of five mini-promo videos. The idea behind them is to help you understand what our documentary will look, sound, and feel like. We also want to talk about some of the key issues we will be tackling in the docu-series and future videos will even give a […]

The Uncomfortable History of the American Prohibition

“Prohibition only drives drunkenness behind doors and into dark places, and does nothing to cure it or even diminish it.” – Mark Twain We recently enjoyed an entertaining and enlightening visit to the American Prohibition Museum in Savannah, GA. Back in the late 1800s, many Christians believed the greatest curse in America was alcohol. It […]

Spotlight on History: Great Mothers of Church History

Why are we so excited about producing Unbreakable Church? Because it is bursting with wonderful stories of people who fell in love with Jesus and transformed the world around them. Some of the greatest unsung heroes are mothers. Let me tell you the inspirational stories of a few of them:  Perpetua and Felicity – You may recognize the […]

Spotlight on History: Gladys Aylward

The year was 1930 when a young Christian woman decided to brave it all and follow the Lord’s calling on her life. She didn’t have much, and to many, there certainly wasn’t anything too special about her. She was but an unmarried woman with no prospects who worked as a humble maid in London.  Yet God had seen […]