Metal Church Dynamo Classic Concerts 1991 2007

From their tour for THE HUMAN FACTOR, this is Metal Church's performance at Dynamo Open Air 1991 (at Kunstijsbaan, Eindhoven, Netherlands), on May 20. Setlist: 01 - Beyond the Black - 02 - The Human Factor - 03 - In Mourning - 04 - Fake Healer - 05 - Flee from Reality - 06 - In Harm's Way - 07 - Ton of Bricks - 08 - Start the Fire - 09 - The Final Word - 10 - Agent Green - 11 - Date with Poverty - 12 - Metal Church. Lineup: Mike Howe (vocals), John Marshall (guitars), Craig Wells (guitars), Duke Erickson (bass), Kirk Arrington (drums).

We're Havin' Church: Mike Speck and Friends 2005

Some of the most inspiring groups in gospel music -- including Greater Vision, Brian Free and Assurance, and Triumphant Quartet -- shine in this 2005 concert, recorded live at the National Quartet Convention. Featured songs include "I Wish I Could Have Been There," "My Name Is Lazarus," "I Choose Jesus," "Some Things Never Change," "Under His Wings," "Don't Let the Sandals Fool Ya" and "Let the Rocks Keep Silent."

The Authority Crisis in the Church

There is a serious issue regarding biblical authority in the church today. As many pastors across the nation increasingly trust man’s word more than God’s Word, this approach is causing kids and adults alike to reject the history in the Bible and the gospel of Jesus based in that history. This major problem in our modern church is illustrated in shocking video clips by well-known Christian leaders.

Brainwashed by the Westboro Baptist Church

The Westboro Baptist Church is notorious for pissing people off across the political spectrum. The most common way to become a member is to be born into it, a rite of passage that resembles a cult rather than a church.

Ministers & Church: Preaching, Singing, Baptism 2017

Part of Clovis Salmon's archives of Super 8 films capturing Brixton from the 1960s to 1980s, including church and community events, activism, local struggles and the aftermath of the 1981 Brixton Riots.

Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping 2002

Reverend Billy, a.k.a. Bill Talen, is an actor/performance artist and a leading figure within the anti-globalization movement. His work combines the ideas of social and political change with the means of theater arts to counteract our media-laden culture. The film follows the Reverend's "shopping interventions/actions" into cultural dead zones such as Starbucks, Disney and the New York University construction site at Poe House.

St. Ignatius Church Exposure: Lenten Light Conversions 2004

Lynn Marie Kirby’s Lenten Light Conversions is a “hybrid” work, created first by exposing raw film to light inside St. Ignatius during the forty days between Lent and Easter, then edited on digital video. --Michelle Hyun

Faith Lessons on the Early Church, Vol. 5

Experience the Bible for yourself! This in-depth video Bible study—shot on location and featuring teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan—will help you understand the New Testament better by giving you abetter understanding of the Old Testament. Learn from first-century disciples what it means to conquer the gates of hell. Visit the Grotto of Pan and the site of pagan worship. Recognize the dangers the disciples faced at Ephesus. Learn the subtle differences between a Christian worldview and humanism and how to make a difference in today's world.

Holy Water-Gate: Abuse Cover-up in the Catholic Church 2004

The film begins as a personal journey of filmmaker, Mary Healey, who was also a Catholic. She films a series of historic events where we meet key players involved in the sexual abuse scandal, including victims, whistle-blower priests and a senior ranking US Cardinal who is called upon by the Vatican to control a waxing maelstrom.

Doctrine & Covenants and Church History: Visual Resources 1983

Videos, charts, quotations, paintings and learning activities to assist in studying the Doctrine and Covenants and Church history. Includes the movies: Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration, Mountain of the Lord, Legacy and Only a Stonecutter.

The Great Local Derby: Accrington v Church Cricket Match 1902

The Lancashire Cricket League was established in the early 1890s (shortly after the birth of the Football League) to suit the interests of factory workers, and was hugely popular in the county. Played on Saturdays and midweek, games were completed within one day. The Accrington v. Church match was filmed on 5 July, with Accrington's professional bowler, Walter Hall, dispatching Church for 46 runs.

Commandment Keeper Church, Beaufort South Carolina, May 1940 1940

Field recordings of religious services in a South Carolina Gullah community. Commandment Keeper Church, Beaufort South Carolina, May 1940 is a 1940 short documentary film which shows religious services taking place in a South Carolina Gullah community. In 2005, Commandment Keeper Church was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".