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Merry Christmas from the Moon

On Dec. 24, 1968, Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders--the crew of Apollo 8--orbited the moon for the first time. During their tenth and final orbit they broadcast an unforgettable message to the largest television audience in history. They read the opening verses of Genesis 1 to a world captivated by the moment. The latest short video released by The John 10:10 Project conveys all the emotions of a cosmic look at our planet. Christmas reminds us that the One who came to be among us is also the One who fashioned our world and will come back to restore it.

Merry Christmas from the Moon

On Dec. 24, 1968, Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders--the crew of Apollo 8--orbited the moon for the first time. During their tenth and final orbit they broadcast an unforgettable message to…

Creation Sabbath - The Stop

Why have Creation Sabbath? Why have a Sabbath at all? Stop, watch and listen as Pr. Aias Cabaça explains in just 3:00 minutes! A version of this video narrated in Spanish is available at https://vimeo.com/297118628

Turtles: Creation Sabbath - 27 Oct 2018

On the black sand beaches of Hawaii, green sea turtles do something unusual, they crawl out of the ocean and rest. Usually, they spend their lives swimming and only leave the ocean to lay eggs. Why do…

The Heart of the Universe - English audio - Multiple language subtitles

What beats at the heart of the universe? To find out, we have to start in the beginning. It is there that we find answers that make sense of our current world and provide hope for the future. This video…

The Hole-English

"The Hole" is a beautiful film narrated by Alvin Chea, bass singer in the Grammy Award winning group Take Six. It illustrates the Gospel using the creation to help us understand what it means to be "born…

The Hole - English with captions

This captioned version of "The Hole" has been produced especially for those who are hearing impaired, but may also be useful for anyone who would prefer to watch with captions available. "The Hole" is…