Printing, The [DVD]
The Printing is a family film produced by Unusual Films that tells the story of faithful Christians that continue printing and smuggling Bibles even when they know they are being hunted down by the Soviet Russian government. The courage of these followers of Christ is a timely reminder that our faith is still worth dying for. A resource for Heritage Studies. Suitable for upper elementary, teens, and adults. The Printing includes English and Russian Soundtracks, as well as English, Spanish, and German subtitles.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by pcg7 A powerful and must-see story : victorious faith whatever the cost Such a moving story built on real-life testimonies which helps us understand the daily threat every Christian was facing during the Soviet rule, and that many Christians around the world are still facing even today. It challenges us to sacrifice everything for the Lord and His Word whatever the cost. To see that genuine faith will always be victorious, the Lord's name glorified, and the Church strengthened right in the middle of harsh persecutions is a powerful encouragement. May we remember and imitate the uncompromising life of these faithful believers of the past. February 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Larryboy foreshadowing? Shows the terror the unregenerate mind has for God's Word. What this portrays shows the possibilities of what may happen in this Country unless we pray against spiritual wickedness in High places February 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rumford33782 A quality film - as always The Printing gave us a glimpse into the reality of persecuted Christians in other countries that do not openly welcome Christianity. It also provided us a challenge to be bold in our witness and to follow God's leading. February 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lynne Engaging Characters are believable; gospel presentation is crystal clear. Viewer sympathizes with the Russian Christians who are persecuted. A great reminder of the freedoms we have in the US, freedoms which we routinely take for granted. February 11, 2013
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