A special collection of 4 faith-based films:
HELD FOR RANSOM:
Kidnapped, blindfolded, transported in the trunk of a car, this is a true story of a Christian woman who experienced the peace and grace through her abduction that only Christ can give.
90 mins, Color, 1.33:1, 1976, Not Rated
As an older man, the Apostle John was sentenced to forced labor on the Island of Patmos. Not only did he experience the joy of ministering to a young group of believers, also fellow prisoners, but God honored John with His visions, faithfully transcribed to become the Book of Revelation. Experience Patmos! The hard physical labor, the blessings, and some of the vision.
73 mins, Color, 1.33:1, 1985, Not Rated
TOUCH OF THE MASTER’S HAND:
Just an old violin, for sale in the waning moments of an auction. But its sale set the stage for a drama of intrigue, warmth, and purpose. A memorable visualization of Christian commitment in a story which clearly visualizes the need for personal acceptance of Jesus Christ as Savior. This presentation of the famous poem and song shows we are all like old violins unless “touched by the Master’s hand.”
70 mins, Color, 1.33:1, 1980, Not Rated
THE GOLDEN DOLPHIN:
The Golden Dolphin Mystery. A great story families will want to view over and over. An inherited English manor, hidden passages, lost deed, a kidnapping, intrigue, danger, and humor, but also a message that holds the key to happiness for any family, as parents provide the spiritual answers for life’s daily problems.
54 mins, Color, 1.33:1, 1986, Not Rated