见证分享可用来传播福音，也可以鼓励其他信徒。 The most powerful act is Love. The most liberating act is Forgiveness. Although the story of Grace Dube played out in the nineties, the story of Forgiveness is timeless. That’s why we should keep on telling it. Our sincere thanks to thePLAN, MEMA Media, and film director & producer Regardt van den Bergh for their permission to distribute this content free of charge via this platform..
教育读物涵盖公共利益的内容，例如健康，农业，商业，文学和其他教育领域。 A short video featuring Hein Poole as a doctor, explaining straightforward basics about HIV & AIDs..
当地基督徒的福音，成长经历和鼓励可含有当地特色，但必符合主流的基督教教义。 3 audio only discussions about HIV & Aids..
见证分享可用来传播福音，也可以鼓励其他信徒。 This is a story of hope for those living with HIV and Aids and those living with them. The film script is based on a book by Cecile Perold published in 2002. ©Copyright: Christian Audio-Visual Action (CAVA). Producer: MEMA-Media. Distributed by GRN with permission..
A collection of short 'chats' delivering messages of comfort, empowerment and God's love to children traumatised by poverty, disease, abuse and disaster. Designed for use with Tumi the Talking Tiger soft toy. A series of interactive stories for children in need, to be played on the Megavoice Storyteller or Envoy audio player placed in the pouch of the soft toy tiger buddy – with appropriate support and followup.
The full script and usage notes can be viewed here.
The script is © 2014 Claude Vosloo - Home of Creativity (Pledge: We turn your dreams into text that changes lives.).
Audio Books of Christian Classics - English - (Free Christian Audio Books)
Christian Walk - English: Philippines - (Videoparables.org)
Jesus Film Project films - English - (The Jesus Film Project)
Jesus Film Project films - English, Native North American - (The Jesus Film Project)
The Jesus Story (audiodrama) - English - (The Jesus Film Project)
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