“The Torchlighters” Teaches Children About The Heroes Of The Christian Faith

April 6, 2017 —The Torchlighters is a series of animated biographies aimed at children, ages 8- 12, and as Easter approaches, these films will help children understand the the lives and importance of Christian heroes of the past.

This award-winning series shows children the stories behind the inspirational lives of those who dedicated themselves to the Christian faith.

The stories are action-packed and designed to interest young Christians in their Church’s history.

The Torchlighters: The Robert Jermain Story tells the tale of a Welsh minister who decided to bring Christianity to the Korean people, no matter what the danger or cost to himself.

The Torchlighters: The John Wesley Story. Wesley’s early life convinced him that he should do good works and serve God. He will go on to found the Methodist Church, at a cost to himself.

The Torchlighters: The Corrie ten Boom Story tells of a woman in Nazi-occupied Holland who put herself in peril in order to help hide Jews in her own home until she could help them escape from danger. When she was discovered, she spent years in work camps where the rest of her family would die.

The Torchlighters: The Samuel Morris Story tells of a young Prince named Kaboo from a tribe in Liberia, Africa. He was captured by a rival tribe and was about to be tortured to death when he saw a light, the ropes that had tied him to a stake fell away, and he was able to free himself and escape. He would convert to Christianity and became an inspiring minister and speaker who tried to bring the Word of God to all.

Each of these films is available in DVD or Blu-ray or they can be streamed immediately on Amazon Video. They come with the official trailers and are available in Spanish or English.

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