(Drama, Fantasy, Faith) A regal man named Vangel is thrust on a journey against his will when he is suddenly and mysteriously arrested. Injured and lost after escaping the dark king’s men, Vangel begins to have strange dreams and visions of a mysterious woman in white calling him from the unknown territory of the North. Armed with a book called “The Record of the Ancients” that he receives from a wise sage named Elder, Vangel embarks on an adventure that takes him through treacherous mountain range, unending deserts, the Lake of Doubts, and the Forest of No Return. Along the way, Vangel learns about a fabled good king and his son in the North, but first he must make it there alive. Director: Matt Bilen Writers: Matt Bilen, Dan Mark Stars: Patrick Thompson, Peta Sergeant, Alan Powell, In-
Watch The Pilgrim’s Progress Full Movie on Vision Video A man named Pilgrim discovers a book, and the more he reads it, the more he is convicted of sin and judgment and a burden begins to develop on his back. Obsessed with discovering the truth and escapingInge vanden Eijnde his town, the City of Destruction, Pilgrim ventures outside the forbidden borders and begins his journey to find a Celestial City ruled by a good and noble King, meeting friends and foes along the way. THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS was written over 340 years ago by John Bunyan when he was in prison. The story of Pilgrim’s Progress has been smuggled to the underground church during communism, banned for a time in China, and has sold more copies than any other book other than the Bible. The journey of this remarkable work continues as Revelation Media brings the story to a new generation using state-of-the-art CGI animation. Director: Robert Fernandez Starring: John Rhys-Davies, Ben Price, Kristyn Getty, David Thorpe, Andrew Wyncott Executive Producer Steve Cleary The Pilgrim’s Progress is a RevelationMedia Film. Visit www.Pilgrims.movie for more info.
John Bunyan: The People’s Pilgrim | Full Movie | Christopher Hawes | Sarah Mardel This documentary reveals the story of John Bunyan’s life, his personal struggles, his triumphs, and his remarkable legacy. Join us as we follow the well-trod path of John Bunyan from the “Slough of Despond” through the narrow gate and on to the “Celestial City.” The Pilgrim’s Progress, by John Bunyan, is one of the most famous and influential works of English literature. Since its first publication in 1678, it has never been out of print and is reported to have sold more copies than any other book except for the Bible. But who was the man behind this great work? This documentary reveals the story of John Bunyan’s life, his personal struggles, his triumphs, and his remarkable legacy. The uneducated son of a tinker, Bunyan survived the horrific English Civil War only to be jailed during an era of great religious persecution. From his jail cell Bunyan wrote his great allegory of the Christian life. Join us as we follow the well-trod path of John Bunyan from the “Slough of Despond” through the narrow gate and on to the “Celestial City.” Director: Gary Wilkinson Starring: Christopher Hawes, Sarah Mardel
This powerful, inspirational docudrama faithfully recreates the times of C.H. Spurgeon and brings the “people’s preacher” to life as it follows his trials and triumphs with historical accuracy. Here is the intimate story of one of the greatest preachers in the history of the church. We follow him from his youth where, as a young preacher he is surprisingly called to minister in London and soon captures the love and respect of the nation. He goes on to become one of its most influential figures. This powerful, inspirational docudrama faithfully recreates the times of C.H. Spurgeon and brings the “people’s preacher” to life as it follows his trials and triumphs with historical accuracy. Made by the award-winning Christian Television Association and filmed on location in England, Scotland, France and Germany, this film vividly captures the spirit and message of a man whose eventful — and sometimes controversial — life is highly relevant to the twenty-first century. Director: Crawford Telfer Starring: Christopher Hawes, Stephen Daltry, Sarah Mardel