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The Man Who Couldn't Be Killed
Accused of being a counter-revolutionary because he talked about his friend Jesus, Mr. Wong was sentenced to twenty years in a hard-labor camp. An unforgettable true story of faith and miraculous deliverance in Communist China at the height of the Cultural Revolution. Mr. Wong's unflinching courage for the Savior and the miracles that saved his life will inspire you to believe in a God who is greater than any problem or circumstance.


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THREE ANGELS OVER BATTLE CREEK THREE ANGELS OVER BATTLE CREEK

C. Mervyn Maxwell, et al
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Producer: Gordon Engen, Melchizedek M. Ponniah, PoRa Productions

ILS, Ltd.

Presented by Dr. C. Mervyn Maxwell, Professor of Church History, emeritus, at Andrews University, THREE ANGELS OVER BATTLE CREEK focuses on the historical development of the Seventh-day Adventist church while head-quartered at Battle Creek. This video is a candid reflection on the major events of that period (1849-1922) that transformed the Second Advent Movement into a significant world-wide church. Learn about the first home that Ellen White built (which still stands), the rise of the first Adventist health-care institution and his founder John Harvey Kellogg. The video will help Adventists and Battle Creek residents better appreciate their rich heritage.

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