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End of the Harvest - DVD | ...and it's closer than you think! | $8.92 at

Jerusalem Countdown - DVD | A Prelude To Armageddon | $13.92 at

I Am Gabriel - DVD | A broken promise made true by the faith of a simple messenger | $15.92 at

October Baby - DVD | Every life is beautiful! | $14.92 at

The Bishop's Wife with Cary Grant and Loretta Young. One of the less popular Christmas movies but the most charming. My favorite holiday classic!

The Bishops Wife (1947) - my favorite Christmas Movie

Samson and Delilah - from 1949

The Story of Ruth - from 1960

The Prodigal Planet

Image of the Beast

  • Terri Birdwell Jones

    A fast-moving feature-length dramatic film portraying the events in the book of Revelation, this powerful story explores the end times with realistic characters and prophetic accuracy. Experience a society where money is worthless, food is scarce, your neighbor is your enemy and oppression reigns. Watch the ultimate forces of Satan and God prepare for the final battle. Feel the great and ultimate triumph of Christ's return and look up with encouragement, "for your redemption draweth nigh." Witness the years of tribulation and the great and ultimate triumph of Christ and His church. Approx. 98 minutes.

A Thief in the Night from 1972

  • Terri Birdwell Jones

    1st in a series, then A Distant thunder, Image of the Beast, and The Prodigal Planet. Old series but interesting.

A Thief in the Night: Okay... this is a 70's retro-movie about the Rapture. The acting is bad - right down to the handle-bar mustache. But it's so campy (like the old Batman series) that it's somehow cool enough to remember. Skip the Godzilla movie and watch this one instead. Behind the cheesey script - there are nuggets of truth.