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We seek to communicate through media, and in “ways yet undreamed of,” the Gospel, the Lordship of Christ, and a biblically informed view of the world, so that “Jesus Christ be known throughout all of the Earth and that everywhere He might be trusted, loved, and served.” More about us »



Personalities in the Passion A Nation Worth Fighting For (Book) The Glorious Creation
The Glorious Creation
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Dr. D. James Kennedy brings to life seven key personalities present in the Passion of Christ in this gripping series of messages. Through dramatic and compelling word pictures, these full-length messages put you right in the middle of the action as you see the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ through the eyes of Peter, Doubting Thomas, Judas, and four others. Volume 3 of The Kennedy Collection
This enlightening book cannot be more timely. Is our nation still worth fighting for? If so how can we fan the flame of liberty in the hearts of God's people to rise to the challenge?
If evolution were true, says Dr. D. James Kennedy in this full-length message, then that whole idea of redemption is false, and Christ came for naught; and Christianity is, therefore, untrue. Therefore, Christians must be informed and able to speak on this issue.
The Truth About Common Core Separation of Church and State Return to Your First Love
This booklet answers a number of key questions about the Common Core State Standards, known as “Common Core.” What are they? What is in them? Who is behind them? Will they be used to gather student psycho-social data? And more… Volume 2 of The Kennedy Collection
In this timely book, Dr. D. James Kennedy explains how the misapplication of the "wall of separation" phrase has undermined our religious liberty and freedom.

Even though the believers in the church in Ephesus were commended for their works and labor and patience and the fact that they could not "bear them which are evil," yet they were guilty of a "grievous sin." What was that sin? They had "left their first love."