An excellent dramatization of the well-known novel from the 1800s.
When Anna and her young son Louis arrive in Siam to run a school for the king’s children, they have no idea what they’ve gotten themselves into.
A search for whether we can rely on the authority of the Bible, and more particularly, the first part of Genesis, while looking at different aspects of the world and archaeology.
As Anna Leonowens arrives in Siam in the 1860s to become schoolteacher for the Siamese court, she has no clue about the struggles she’ll be facing as she tries to teach modern ideas to the king’s children.
After an accident, Judah Ben-Hur is sent to work the galleys while his mother and sister disappear. Is there any way he can forgive the Romans who seem determined to rip his life, family, and country apart?
Is there evidence for the Biblical Exodus? If there is, where is it? Mahoney was determined to find out—and what he discovered was astounding.
Two children want to buy a wild horse—but will they have enough time to raise the money before the annual round-up?
When the topic comes up of whether it’s wrong or not to kiss before marriage, everyone at 7th Street Theatre reacts differently—is there a right choice? Why is Jack refusing to tell his opinion?
After her mother dies, Pamela’s father must raise his daughter alone. As she gets older, will she be able to see the wisdom in his views about purity before it is too late?
Blood is our lifeline—but how much do you actually know about it? Watch this fascinating video to find out, and stand in awe at our God who designed it!
A fascinating discussion on water and how it influences almost every area of our lives, presented by Moody Science Institute.
A fascinating study by the Moody Institute of Science into three “clocks” found in nature and the will of man.