How do you teach a shy daughter to go outside of herself? How do you gain a passion for evangelism and effectively witness to the lost? How do you answer critics who pit
These and other important questions are answered in Vision Forum’s new Reclaiming the Culture DVD Collection. This engaging seven-part video series — which features messages by Ray Comfort, Doug Phillips, Dr. Paul Jehle, and Geoffrey, Anna Sofia, and Elizabeth Botkin — is designed to dispel worldly myths that undermine biblical womanhood, honor, evangelism, and America’s providential history and to recapture these priorities in a way that reflects God’s Word and gives hope to our children. Watch previews online of each of the seven videos in the Reclaiming the Culture Collection.
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Reclaiming the Culture — DVD Summaries
How do you teach a shy daughter to go outside of herself? What kind of toys should you give your girls? Is it wise to foster romanticism or sentimentalism in your daughters? What sort of academic priorities should you set for your girls? What about hobbies? In this helpful talk, Geoff Botkin shares how he and his wife Victoria sought to answer these questions, offering a personal glimpse into how they have endeavored to wisely raise their daughters, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth, for dominion-oriented service.
What Is Biblical Femininity?
We Cannot But Speak — How to Gain a Passion for Evangelism
In the first-century church, the Apostles spread the Gospel of Christ with great zeal. When pressed concerning their aggressive evangelism, Peter and John proclaimed, “For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard” (Acts
Guerilla Apologetics for the Glory of God
Much of modern evangelism in
Seven Foundational Elements of a Godly Estate
The Promise: The Beauty and Power of the Fifth Commandment
The Providential Nexus of
& Plymouth Jamestown
Was the Jamestown Settlement founded for solely commercial purposes? Was the Plymouth Colony formed simply to establish religious liberty? In this illuminating message, Dr. Paul Jehle clears away many of the misconceptions and demonstrates that, while Jamestown and Plymouth had real differences, each had vital strengths that the other needed — and that, over time, God would providentially wove together these elements to form the greatest nation in the West.